Birds: Inside and Out

Winter 2019
Olympia
Day
Junior - Senior
Class Size: 50
16 Credits per quarter
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Birds are charismatic and conspicuous animals. They also serve as excellent models for understanding many biological concepts, including: evolution, physiology, behavior, and ecology. In this program we will study avian biology at the organism level (inside: physiological systems and adaptations of birds) as well as birds as components of ecosystems (outside: population and community ecology and avian social systems). Through lab and field work, students will gain a holistic understanding of avian biology and in the process will learn about birds commonly found in the Puget Sound area in springtime.

Registration

Prerequisites

Students must have successfully completed 8 credits of college-level biology.

Winter 2019 Registration

Course Reference Numbers

Jr - Sr (16): 20046

Academic details

Preparatory For

biology, wildlife biology, and ecology.

Credits
16
Maximum Enrollment
50
Class Standing
Junior
Senior
Fees

$25 Entrance Fees

Upper Division Science Credit

Upper-division science credit may be awarded upon successful completion of the program. Upper-division credits will be given for upper-division work at the discretion of the faculty.

Schedule

In Person or Remote
In Person
Time Offered
Day
Schedule Evergreen link
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First Meeting

SEM 2 A1107 - Workshop
Location
Olympia
Revisions
DateRevision 2018-11-06 $25 fee added for entrance