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Bird Life and Behavior

Course #: EDUC_712E

Semester Credits: 3

Cost: $375.00

How do flocks of birds synchronize their flights? Are birds actually intelligent? How can a hummingbird cross miles of ocean without stopping? This course gives an in-depth look at avian biology, evolution, behavior, classification, and the aerodynamics of flight. Eighty bird families of North America are discussed, with each classification covering the topics of taxonomy, habitats, feeding, breeding, vocalizations, migrations, and more. Populations and conservation efforts are also reviewed.

This course is applicable towards the following certificate(s):
*Basic Biology for the Classroom

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