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Cheeky cockies, bin chickens and a brush turkey boom

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We often don’t think of cities as havens for diversity- but they can be- and you can help record it!

Dr John Martin from Taronga Zoo leads a citizen science projects aimed at showing urban areas are home to more than bin chickens- and that these super adapters have some very innovative learning behaviours- like window knocking and door opening.

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John on night surveys of Powerful Owls in Sydney

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