Adaptations of Acorn Woodpeckers with Sahas BarveWebcasts & Online
Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 1 – 2pm EST
Join Biologist Sahas Barve to learn about acorn woodpeckers and how he has studied them in the wild. Sahas will share what he has observed and discovered about this bird species' exceptional family and group-living behaviors and their habit of gathering and storing their favorite food, acorns (you guessed it!).
- This webinar is designed for students in grades 3-5. It will be approximately 45 minutes with interactive polls and Q&A, followed by an optional, extended 15-minute Q&A.
- This webinar complements the Animal Adaptations school program and can be used as a resource before or after that program to extend learning.
- The primary goals of this webinar are to explore science careers, help students find value in studying the natural world, and build their interest and personal connections to science.
Please click on this link to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/98496397044
About Smithsonian Science How
Connect your students to Smithsonian science experts in this weekly series of free live, interactive webinars. Hosted by Smithsonian educators, this series will connect your students to authentic science, discoveries, and collections while inviting them to participate in live polls and ask and answer questions throughout.
Thematically aligned with NMNH Digital School Programs, the webinars serve as excellent extension activities. Each webinar will be aligned with core content from the Animal Adaptions, Insect Survival, or Reefs Unleashed school programs, but is an independent experience.
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Free; registration is requested.
Online; Internet connection required