Home School Nature Series: Beak Adaptations & Citizen Science iCal

Friday, December 21 2012 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Designed for home-schooled children ages 5-12, children will be able to understand how the shape of a bird’s beak is an adaptation made specifically to help it survive in its environment. They will match form to function by choosing the correct beak for each type of food. Then, we’ll survey birds at the Center as part of Project FeederWatch and explore how this citizen science project is useful for bird conservation. Fee: $7/child. Space is limited. Registration required. Call 315-365-3588 or e-mail montezuma@audubon.org.

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Chris Lajewski
(315) 365-3588
June 2017
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