Materials Checklist • Pen or pencil Exploring behavior through the eyes of a bird Let’s learn to observe, wonder about, and measure behavior like a real-life behavioral biologist. We’ll do this using videos of a bird that spends every spring right here in Bloomington – the fabulous
Before you Begin Make sure you complete Exploring Behavior with Our Feathered Friends Part 1 before continuing! Materials Checklist • Pen or pencil How exactly do we measure a bird's aggressiveness? Research in the Rosvall Lab has shown that more aggressive tree swallows -
Materials Checklist Printed Field GuideStapler Assemble your Guide Print double-sided so that the pages flip on the short edge Layer pages together and fold all together along the center line between pages 11 and 12 Staple along fold to secure the pages together If you
Color our Collections Materials Checklist • A printer and paper• Crayons or colored pencils
Our Magnificent Trees Michael Chitwood, IU's Research and Teaching Preserve property manager, will introduce Science Fest visitors of all ages to our magnificent trees, sharing their history and cultural uses and attributes.
Bird Banding up Close Eve Cusack, part of the MAPS (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship) team, demonstrates how to catch individual birds, band them, collect data, and release them. The MAPS team operates out of the Kent Research Station.
This coloring page features different planets of the solar system along with the Sun. Materials Checklist • A printer and paper• Crayons or colored pencils
Introduction Full color pictures in Astronomy are actually created by taking several images at different wavelengths of light, assigning colors to those images, and then stacking them on top of each other. Play around with the various color combinations and see what you can