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Birds of New York: Basic Ornithology
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Birds of New York: Basic Ornithology - 174BOT306A
Learn to identify common birds by sight and sound through classroom study and on walks throughout the Garden grounds (if at NYBG) or in Bryant Park and Central Park (if in Manhattan). Discover the amazing physical capabilities, adaptations, and habitats of birds. Find out who eats what—or whom! Discuss the roles birds play in natural and built environments, and examine their relationship to plants under the expert guidance of Dr. Leslie Day, whose Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City has been called "indispensable."
Field Guide to the Neighborhood Birds of New York City, author: Leslie Day. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015: available in the Garden Shop.
Wednesdays, 04/12/17 - 05/03/17
10:00am - 01:00pm
, Watson Room 315
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