Morgan Arboretum: How birds do it!

Posted on Friday, February 15, 2013

On Friday, Feb. 22, from 8-9 p.m., the Morgan Arboretum will be hosting a talk by Dr. David M. Bird, professor of Ornithology and Wildlife Biology in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences. Ever wonder how birds are equipped to produce those warm, fuzzy chicks in the nest? Not all is as it seems. Join Dr. Bird as he takes you on a humorous “bird’s eye-view” of the seemingly indecent world of avian reproduction involving the “Mile-High Club,” incest, homosexuality, sex changes, divorce and infidelity. It puts television soap operas to shame. You may never look at birds the same again. The event will take place in room R2 046 of the Raymond Building on the Macdonald Campus. For more information, click here. Reservation: 514-398-7811.

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