Video Webinar: How Birds Stay Warm with Ornithologist Sahas Barve
Video Webinar: How Birds Stay Warm with Ornithologist Sahas Barve
WhenThursday, April 2, 2020, 2 – 2:45 PM
CategoriesWebcasts & Online
SponsorNatural History Museum
Event LocationOnline; Internet connection required
CostFree. Registration is requested, but not required.

How to Join: The webinar will be presented on Zoom video; click this link to join,

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How do birds stay warm, especially in some of the coldest places on Earth, like the Himalayas? Explore the science behind how bird feathers help them conserve body heat with Smithsonian ornithologist (bird nerd) Sahas Barve from the National Museum of Natural History. Sahas studies how birds stay warm across Earth’s highest mountain range, the Himalayas, and will use examples from his research during the program.

This webcast supports learning standards in Life Science.

Your students are invited to submit questions for Sahas to respond to throughout the webinar.

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