Like a lot of travelers, Ashley Higdon fell in love during a trip. She fell for tropical birds while studying in Costa Rica. She was so smitten, she decided to get involved with songbird research.
But that love was fleeting, and she soon fell for another bird: owls. “Owls are really cool,” said Higdon, a junior wildlife major from South Bend, Indiana. “They are super secretive and the only nocturnal raptors we have. And that makes them unique.” Read More
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