RENR 401B - Ornithology

This course will provide a practical introduction to the subject of ornithology, the biology of birds. Students will learn about 1) the evolution of
birds and the incredible array of avian morphological, physiological, and behavioral adaptations, 2) current research and issues in avian ecology
and conservation, 3) methods used by researchers in the field of avian biology, and 4) identification of birds by sight and sound, with an emphasis
on species found in the Yukon.

Prerequisites: YukonU BIOL 101/102, U of Alberta BIOL 108, or an equivalent first-year biology course.

Registration restricted to students in the B.Sc. in Environmental and Conservation Sciences program. Non-B.Sc. ENCS students interested in taking RENR 401B should instead register in YukonU's BIOL 225 or contact an ENCS program advisor (ualberta@yukonu.ca) for more information.

Credits
3.00

No scheduled sessions