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In this class, students will learn about adaptations and examples of powerful birds of prey! Information will be provided on general bird of prey adaptations, and also features that are unique to species like hawks, owls, and eagles. The class will be using PowerPoint to show beautiful images of these magnificent birds. Questions are always welcome and time will be allotted throughout the talk to answer any that a student may have. There is no prior experience needed, just a passion to learn...
Students will learn all about bird adaptations and features that are more specific to birds of prey. Topics will include the geographic locations in which the species' reside, the natural history of the species, and fun facts about animals like hawks, owls and eagles.
Other than having fun and "birding" on their own, this is a homework free session.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dr. Bernadette Clabeaux
Professor of Biology and Director of WNY Raptor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi Everyone🙋♀️! I am the director of a non-profit, WNY Raptor and Wildlife Care, Inc. , which is dedicated to helping rehabilitate injured animals🦉🦅🦆🐣. I volunteer my time to help animals heal and be released back to the wild where they belong. I am...