Interview with Jessica Roberts #6
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Jessica Roberts does work on reintroduction science. She is a graduate student from George Mason University in Virginia. Her research is focused on whether behavioral training in captivity can prepare parrots for survival in the wild. She researched studying the anti-predator behavior of vinaceous amazons in captivity. Since talking about parrots isn't a 'birden' to any of us, join me as I speak with Ms. Roberts on her amazing experiences with animals. To hear more, listen to this enthralling chat with Jessica Roberts!
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