Dates: September 3 - October 22, 2019
Meets: Tu from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
There is a good reason why there are over 60 million birdwatchers in the United States. Birds are fascinating and often colorful creatures that we share our world with. Learn about the biology and ecology of birds and how they enrich our lives and are marvels at adapting to their environment. Particpants will gain knowledge and appreciation for bird biology and conservation.
Learn the basic attributes of bird structure, behavior, reproduction, ecology and migration. Understand how human and birds interact and learn the basic strategies for bird conservation. Become familiar with the major bird groups found in Montana,
Course includes eight classroom sessions and one Saturday field trip (date to be determined by students and instructor).
For the field trip, bring your binoculars, a sack lunch, water, wear good walking shoes and dress for any kind of weather.
|Course Fee (Basic)||TUITION||$ 94.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||SENIOR||$ 89.00|
|Mandatory Fee||CEC||$ 10.00|
|09/03/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|09/10/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|09/17/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|09/24/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|10/01/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|10/08/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|10/15/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |
|10/22/2019||Tuesday||6 PM to 8 PM ||Ross Hall 119 |