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Birds: Ostriches to Guinea Fowl Video Part 2

Video title: Birds - Ostriches through Guinea Fowl Part 2

Watch this video entitled Birds: Ostriches to Guinea Fowl Part 2. Discover the the physical, behavioral, ecological similarities of selected species of birds

This title continues looking at the class Aves, the first group to be termed "warm-blooded." Discover how these birds are grouped into 27 different orders and more than 155 families. Learn about ostriches, penguins, albatrosses, pelicans, flamingos, swans, condors, hawks, eagles, and many more.

 

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Birds: Ostriches to Guinea Fowl Video Part 2. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Bird Characteristics. Learn about The Birds including Ostriches and Guinea Fowl. Survey thirteen orders of birds, cite the scientific names of bird families within those orders, and identify species of birds belonging to each family.
  • Gain an introduction to, and examine the biological characteristics of ostriches, rheas, emus, kiwis, penguins, loons, darters, egrets, albatrosses, pelicans, cormorants, bitterns, storks, ibises, spoonbills, flamingos, ducks, geese, swans, condors, vultures, hawks, eagles, falcons, chickens, turkeys, and guinea fowl.
  • Describe the habitats of selected species of birds.
  • Discover the physical, behavioral, and ecological similarities of selected species of birds within families and explain differences among bird families belonging to the same order.
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