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Elissa Olimpi with California Scrub Jay

Elissa Olimpi with California Scrub Jay

Postdoctoral researcher Elissa Olimpi, Ph.D., holds a California Scrub-Jay. Collecting fecal samples from mist-netted wild birds and analyzing them using DNA-based approaches can help elucidate which birds are beneficial and harmful in specific farming contexts. (Photo by Daniel Karp, Ph.D.)

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