Laura Booth is an aspiring science writer and urban ecologist working toward her undergraduate degree in environmental biology at Columbia University. She believes in Rumi, tomatoes straight off the vine, and the perfection of an empty page. Find her @LauraSBooth or get in touch at email@example.com.
A poem by Laura Booth.
Devices called proximity loggers are helping researchers understand how a barn swallow interacts with its flight-mates—and hinting at what social connectedness could mean for an individual’s wellbeing.