Explorations in Natural Sciences
Birding: Jays, Crows, Ravens and Nutcrackers
Now - November 14, 2012
Wednesday | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
- Tom Gaskill
The Corvids (jays, crows, ravens, nutcrackers and magpies) are widely believed to be the most intelligent birds. Learn what makes their intellectual abilities so distinctive and how very much like us they are. We will delve into the sometimes challenging areas of field identification of North American Corvids. We will also learn about the ecology and distribution of Corvids in Arizona.
- Class enrollment limit: 24
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