Urban Zoology 1: Crow: Mirror, Muse, and Sentinel

Registration Eligibility
Open
Start Date
02/13/2017
End Date
02/13/2019
Description
Connections between Corvid Culture and Ecology
This session covers the most widely recognized ancient texts and mythical history related to Crow Culture, as well as the top researchers and theorists in the field of Crow Ecology and design in relation to urban ecosystems. This course contains a discussion of crow behaviors, crow rhyme, and how to be aware of preservation in the urban ecosystem. Urban adaptations in the crow behavior is presented. Design is discussed in relation to how it can be influenced by "wild" creatures.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Learn about the historical view of crows and its reflection in society
2. Understand the culture of crows including group behavior and crow language
3. Comprehend the presence of the crow in an urban enviornment, and deterrants and extermination
Instructors
Erica Hansen
Website Registration
Course Codes
LA - 17008
Provider
ISDM


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