Colombian biologist bridging songbird research gap in Canada's southernmost region

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Nelsy Nino says she’s always found it amazing how birds communicate through sound.

So much so that the Colombian biologist moved to Canada to study birds in the country’s southernmost region.

“You can close your eyes, but you can’t close your ears,” said the University of Windsor international PhD student in the faculty of science.

“A lot of people love birds for how colourful they are — like their plumage, their displays, their behaviour — but vocal behaviour is just so amazing.”

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A northern mockingbird appears in a April 28, 2015, in Houston. (Pat Sullivan/The Associated Press)

Nino says of particular interest

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