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  • Following in the footsteps of early 20th century naturalist Elizabeth Kerr

    The author, Juliana Soto, holds a sooty ant tanager.

    The author, Juliana Soto, with a sooty ant tanager, Habia gutturalis. Soto is a graduate student in the U. of I. Program in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology and a Research Assistant at the Illinois Natural History Survey. (All birds were caught and manipulated in accordance with permits.)

    Photo by Natalia Ocampo Peñuela


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  • Editor’s notes:

    Juliana Soto and her colleagues are the authors of “The once-invisible legacy of Elizabeth L. Kerr, a naturalist in the early 20th century, and her contributions to Colombian ornithology” published in the journal Ornithological Applications.

    DOI: 10.1093/ornithapp/duad006

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