Fall Field Ornithology
This is a comprehensive field study with biologist Ron Cantebury, for an overview of the biology of birds, local bird identification, and much more.
FALL FIELD ORNITHOLOGY
Sat., Oct. 8 - 29, 8:00am-2:00pm / $199 / Four Classes
Instructor: Ronald Canterbury
This class meets at UC Center for Field Studies. 11053 Oxford Rd., Harrison, OH 45030
Have you always wanted to study birds? The course will involve an overview of the biology of birds and local bird identification. Our professional ornithologist has over 32 years of research in avian migration, and he will cover topics such as bird anatomy and physiology, evolution, relationships with other birds, ecology, and conservation. You will explore bird biology predominately through interactive field labs to prepare you for new bird watching experiences.
About Your Instructors:
Horticulturist, Bloomin' Garden Center
Hannah Carter graduated from Cincinnati State with a degree in Sustainable Horticulture. Hannah advises with an ecological mindset toward landscape management focused on native plants and habitat, and soil and water retention.
General Manager, Bloomin' Garden Centre
Raechel Tracy is in her 7th year in the green industry. Her expertise includes window box & container gardening, landscape design, and house plants. Her love of gardening comes from her Granny's country garden and a fondness for all living things.