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"Life on the Wing: The Biology of Birds and Bats" is the focus of the Academy for Learning in Retirement's (ALR) November series, ALR said in a news release.
“Birds and bats have excited the imagination and invited speculation for centuries,” the news release said. “Recent studies have advanced our understanding of animal cognition, ecology and evolution.”
The series will introduce participants to recent advances in the understanding of how avian migration takes place, how flying species thrive at night, how vocal learning and communication takes place among birds and what birds can teach us about coping with stress and aging gracefully, ALR said.
All sessions will be presented live via Zoom and recorded for later viewing. The Zoom portal opens at 10 a.m. with presentations beginning at 10:30 a.m. and lasting until approximately noon.
The fee for the four November presentations is $20, or $48 for all 16 fall presentations.
Visit Zoom.dacc.nmsu.edu/academics/programs/academy-learning-in-retirement to register.
For more information, call 575-527-7509.