BIO 407 - Ornithology
Alternate Years: Fall 2015, 2017
Ornithology is the study of birds. Lecture covers a variety of topics as they apply to birds, including evolution, ecology, behavior, and conservation. Lab focuses on identification and observation of birds, with field trips to local destinations and a museum bird collection.
Prerequisite(s): BIO 102 (Recommended: BIO 311 and BIO 323 )
This course fulfills the Organismal requirement and may be applied to the Environmental Science major or minor.
This course may be approved to fulfill the Biology Capstone with approval of the faculty member supervising the Capstone project and the Department Chair before the first day of classes.