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Joh Marzluff is Professor of Wildlife Science in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington. His research has been the focus of articles in The New York Times, National Geographic, Audobon, Boy's Life, The Seattle Times and National Wildlife. PBS's Nature featured his raven research in its 2001 production "Ravens" and featured his crow research in 2010 with the documentary film "A Murder of Crows". John has been a guest on NPR's Diane Rehm show, The Jay Thomas Show, and Morning Edition (www.npr.org/crows)

John has won writing awards and speaking award, including the A. Brazier Howell, Board of Directors, and H.R. Painton awards from the Cooper Ornithological Society. He is a fellow of the American Ornithologists' Union. He speaks regularly at professional conference across the country, including to the American Ornithologists' Union, and the Cooper Ornithological Society, as well as keynotes birding festivals, informs local birding and civic clubs, and addresses special events such as the Ketchikan Museum Lecture, the Egan Lecture, the Beaty Museum Biodiversity Lecture, and the Athens Speaker Series.

His graduate (Northern Arizona University, studying with Professor Russell Balda) and initial postdoctoral (University of Vermont with Professor Bernd Heinrich) research focused on the social behavior and ecology of jays and ravens. He has authored more than one hundred scientific papers on various aspects of bird behavior and wildlife management in addition to the books he has written. [from Gifts of the Crow (2012)]
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