John Marzluff

John Marzluff is a professor of wildlife science at the University of Washington. His early research focused on the social behavior and ecology of jays and ravens, and his current interest is bringing a behavioral approach to pressing conservation issues, and blending biology, conservation, and anthropology to understand the co-evolution of human and animal cultures.

 

His research has been featured in National Geographic, Audubon, Science, and Birding publications, and on PBS Nature, NOVA, Bill Nye Saves the World, and Animal Planet. His recent book Welcome to Subirdia suggests ways in which people can steward the splendid array or biological diversity in settled lands.​

"Cities are microcosms of the evolutionary changes that are occurring on a planetary scale and thus provide a natural laboratory to advance our understanding of eco-evolutionary dynamics in a rapidly urbanizing world." 

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