OutsideIn | From hornbills to hummingbirds: What watching wildlife can teach us about ourselves with Dr. Anusha Shankar
OutsideIn returns on October 11th
The next four talks have a common theme-Biodiversity
In this session, Dr. Anusha Shankar, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Lab of Ornithology, Cornell University, will discuss 'From hornbills to hummingbirds: What watching wildlife can teach us about ourselves'.
From studying how hornbills choose their nest sites, to tracking king cobras in Agumbe, and collecting hummingbird pee in Ecuador, I love exploring how animals exist. Some animals are limited by the space available to them; others in how they use their time or their energy. I would like to share with you what I learned about myself from watching animals!
This series of talks is hosted by Dr. Uma Ramakrishnan and Prof. R. Sowdhamini of the National Centre for Biological Sciences.
In case of any issues, please join the live stream at http://youtube.com/BLiSCIndia