Cornell Lab of Ornithology Presents Bird Behavior Webinar

Learn why wild birds do what they do.

Bird of Paradise 
By Doug Janson (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons 
Why do birds of paradise dance? Find out in the bird behavior webinar from Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

On October 14, 2015 the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offering a webinar called Understanding Bird Behavior.?lt;/span> The Cornell Lab website writes, “Whether it? an exotic ‘dancing’ bird-of-paradise or a Red-winged Blackbird flaring its red epaulettes in your backyard, bird behavior is a multi-faceted, endlessly-fascinating topic. What exactly do their calls, displays, and postures mean? Birds seem to be communicating with each other all the time. But what are they talking about??lt;/span>

The live, one-hour webinar will explore the world of bird behavior, including several startling recent discoveries. The event includes a presentation by bird behavior expert Dr. Kevin McGowan, quizzes and audience interaction, plus a question-and-answer session at the end. You?l learn to read bird body language and come away with a new framework for understanding what birds might be “saying?and why, according to Cornell.

There are two live sessions: 7:00 p.m EST, or 9:30 p.m. EST. Registration is $9.99 for members of the Cornell Lab, and $12.99 for non-members.

More information can be found at the Cornell Lab website here

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