Judy Gradwohl - Field notes, 1978-1979

About the Project

Judy Gradwohl has an impressive resume with the Smithsonian. She has been an exhibition curator, an environmental policy specialist, and even a digital content developer, helping to create the Smithsonian’s first website. But first, she was an ornithologist. In the late 1970s, Gradwohl studied social and foraging behavior of tropical forest birds at Smithsonian’s Tropical Research Institute in Panama. She and her husband, ornithologist Russell Greenberg, co-wrote "Saving the Tropical Forests." Today, she serves as the president and CEO of the San Diego National History Museum. Join us in celebrating World Migratory Bird Day, by helping to describe Gradwohl’s early field notes.

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