Explorations in Natural Sciences
Nature's Carpenters: Woodpeckers, Flickers and Sapsuckers
Now - January 17, 2013
Thursday | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
- Tom Gaskill
There is much more to woodpeckers than the familiar Gila woodpecker. Explore the surprisingly varied habits and wonderful physical adaptations of this diverse group. Discover the secrets of their ability to excavate wood and their surprising other talents, from drilling wells to capturing insects on the wing. Learn about their importance as providers of housing for other birds. Learn the keys to identification of the many species in Arizona and their habitat needs.
- Class enrollment limit: 24
Natural Science classes sponsored by Maricopa Audubon Society