Shorebirds and Spartina: Avian Life on the Delmarva Coast Sect B

Start Date
07/24/2021
End Date
07/24/2021
Description
Birds are among the most visible members of our local fauna; no matter what habitats are nearby, there are myriad bird species within easy reach. Among the most exciting habitats we have access to are those along the Delaware Bayshore and the Atlantic Ocean, characterized by plant and animal life rarely experienced further inland. Join Mike Hudson as he delves into the shorebird and waterfowl species that utilize the Atlantic Flyway and the fascinating interrelationships between the native plants that support them.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
1. Learn the North American shorebird species and water fowl in the Delaware Bayshore area.
2. Learn various native plants that support shorebirds in the Delaware Bayshore area.
3. Learn about the habitats that support the native plants and shorebirds in the Bayshore area.
Instructors
Mike Hudson
Course Codes
CON177
Provider
Mt. Cuba Center


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