Colorado Birds of Prey


Jeffrey J. Ewert

37697, CEU 1, $80

37687, NON CREDIT, $80

Date:               2/25/2014-4/8/2014

Day:                Tuesday

Time:               7:00PM-9:00PM

Location:         Taylor 100, at least one field trip to be determined

Students study the anatomy, physiology, morphology, and field identification of major Colorado raptors (Birds of Prey). This includes lectures of key points of major raptor groups: Falcons, Accipiters, Butoes, other occasional species, and some select common owl species. Through both lectures and observations, each student learns to identify raptors, raptor habitat, and niche. Students also learn how to properly record field observations in a field notebook as a part of the class requirements.

For more information or to register, please contact Extended Studies, Taylor 303, 970-943-2885, or online at

Event Date: 
02/25/2014 - 7:00pm
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