BIO366: Ornithology
(generally offered during the spring semester of odd years)

This class was designed to provide a systems approach to biology - allowing us to explore many different areas of biology as they relate to a single taxonomic group, birds.  Ornithology introduces students to the study of birds, including evolution, anatomy and physiology, communication, social behavior, and migration.  Labs include diversity work (both local and world-wide) at the Buffalo Museum of Science and field trips. 

This class can be used to fulfill requirements for the Biology Major (Track 1), the Environmental Science Major, and/or the Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation Major at Canisius.


Contact Info: Sara Morris, PhD, Canisius College , 2001 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14208