Biology is for the Birds! Take This 1/30-31 Class and Study Them in a Refuge
How would you like to learn about these birds in a classroom — and then go to a wildlife refuge and see the real thing! If you enroll in Biology 64H (24319), Natural History of Don Edwards Reserve, you can! Don Edwards Reserve is a beautiful large nature preserve in Fremont housing various migrating birds, as well as native flora and fauna. The two-session, 0.5 unit class, led by longtime instructor and wildlife expert Hank Fabian, includes a talk on Friday evening, January 30, from 6:30-8:45 p.m. and a field trip on Saturday, January 31, from 10 a.m.-2:50 p.m. Prof. Fabian also offers two more class/field trips during the rest of the semester: the 6-session, 2.5 unit class, Herpetology of the Greater Bay Area, starting February 6, and the Natural History of Morgan Territory, Biol 64N (24103), on April 10 and 11.