Bring nature to life and experience first hand what a “bird’s eye view” really means.
This course teaches bird biology, ecology and field Identification. Students go on weekly field trips to see many of the different species of birds found New Jersey with occasional in person meetings.
This course will be taught Mr. Michael Allen who has worked for NJ Audubon for years.
Birding can become a lifelong hobby; this course introduces students to some of the wonders of New Jersey and the beauty and wildlife that is a seldom seen or often overlooked part of the state. It fulfills the one of the two biodiversity requirements in the 11:216 curriculum.
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