Mark Linggi, Student (Art and Zoology)
As an art and zoology major it has been my primary interest to relate the two fields together. I believe that animals have a distinct personality that is unique to each individual creature. My purpose is to explore and bring attention to the consciousness of animals so that humans may respect other life forms on this planet.

My background includes a diverse field of both zoology and art courses. I have studied: evolution of vertebrate morphology, deep sea biology, tropical ecology, as well as painting and drawing courses where I chose to focus on the subject matter of animals. Not only have I studied and painted animals, but I have also taken care of many different animals. Although not currently owning any pets, I have once owned and taken care of dogs, birds, fish, lizards, rabbits, hermit crabs, and cats. I have also volunteered at an animal rehabilitation center where I fed and took care of hawks, Canadian geese, chickadees, ravens, ducks, opossums, and other wildlife animals.


04/15/10 00:22:58 Just Ideas

04/22/10 00:08:59 Week 3 Happenings

06/03/10 17:19:13 Finally an encounter (Old Post)

06/07/10 12:41:00 Experiment with the Ducks

06/07/10 12:54:06 Duck Schedule

06/07/10 13:10:04 Duck Perceptions

06/07/10 14:40:15 Duck Stalker

06/07/10 14:54:59 Proximity
  06/07/10 15:05:41 - write up

06/10/10 19:27:24 Baby Ducks

Reflection: Animal Play Behavior
Arrow the Dog

Barbara Janell

Story: Interspecies Relationships
Can't stop seeing the ducks

Other: Art Made Together with Non-Human Animals
Chapter 1 and Chapter 4

Reflection: Art Made for Non-Human Animals
Chapter 10

Comment on 'Old encounters from the beginning' by mlinggi

Other: Interspecies Communication
Dolphin Mysteries: Unlocking the Secrets of Communication

How To: Interspecies Relationships
Old encounters from the beginning

Other: History/Philosophy - Relationship Human/Non-Human
Response to The Postmodern Animal

Review on 'Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling d'

Book: Animal Communication
Condition dependence of iridescent wing flash-marks in two species of dabbling d

Video: Animal Communication
Ducks Interacting with Each Other

Video: Art Made Together with Non-Human Animals
Stealth Cat