Spying on animals: unravelling the social systems of wild animals

Honorary Associate Professor Goldizen has focused her research career on understanding the social behaviour of birds and mammals, and particularly the reasons why individuals differ in their social behaviour. Anne has used long-term field studies of individually identifiable animals to do this. In this lecture, Anne will discuss her methods and findings from studies of Amazonian and African primates, birds, threatened wallabies, eastern grey kangaroos and Namibian giraffes.

Join Honorary Associate Professor Goldizen as she shares stories about what it is like to get to know wild animals as individuals and to be accepted by them.

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