Scientists have made fascinating discoveries about animals and how they communicate. For instance, bird songs are more than music to the ears of the forest; it turns out they are speakingĀ a language understood by many species. Erick Greene discusses his latest research on animal communication with Maria Armoudian.

Erick Greene is a Professor of Biological Sciences at theĀ University of Montana. He has publishedĀ numerous papers in ornithology, the latest in collaboration with theĀ Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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