Simon Gadbois • Canid and Reptile Behaviour and Olfaction Lab

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Contact information:

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Phone: 902–494–8848
Laboratory: LSC 2345C (in the main hallway)
Office: LSC 3326
Office hours: None until the lifting of the confinement. Please email me

Postal address:
Canid and Reptile Behaviour and Olfaction Lab
Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
Life Sciences Centre
1355 Oxford Street
P.O. BOX 15000
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 4R2, Canada

Facebook: Canid and Reptile Behaviour and Olfaction Team (group) and Canid and Reptile Behaviour and Olfaction Lab (page); Dal Canines - Staff only (page for volunteers, students and research colleagues)
Twitter: @DalCanines
Instagram: @DalhousieCanineLab or Dalhousie Canines (for staff and dog owners only)

Howling to coyotes in the Cape Breton Highlands ~ photo N. Smith / E. Comtois
Howling to coyotes in the Cape Breton Highlands ~ photo N. Smith / E. Comtois

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