Biology professor Memuna Khan quoted in article about bluebirds

Memuna Khan, associate professor of biology and chair of the Department of Biology, was featured in an article, “Eastern bluebirds find a home at UW-Oshkosh,” published July 26, 2018, in UW-Oshkosh Today.

Khan, who studies Eastern bluebirds with her students at Ripon College, visited a nest box on the Oshkosh university campus recently and banded four young nestlings to add to a long-term database of the individual lifespan and reproductive success of known-aged birds.


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Memuna Khan with bluebird

 


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