Jack W. Bradbury is the Robert G. Engel Professor Ornithology Emeritus. Dr. Bradbury’s research efforts have included field studies on mating system evolution and social dispersion in tropical bats, the evolution of leks in African fruit bats and grouse, foraging dispersions of African antelopes, sexual selection in hermaphroditic sea slugs, and most recently, the functions of vocal mimicry in wild parrots. Dr. Bradbury retired in July 2009, and is no longer supervising students.
Prof. Bradbury tells about his early years, his training at the Rockefeller University, an interlude at Cornell and then his move to University of California at San Diego. He was then enticed back to accept a position at Cornell.
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