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Get a 'Bird's-Eye View' at USU's Science Unwrapped Friday, March 17

USU ornithologist Kimberly Sullivan is featured Science Unwrapped speaker Friday, March 17, at 7 p.m. in USU's Eccles Science Learning Center Auditorium. Admission is free and all ages are welcome. Image courtesy Jana Mueller.

Do birds of a feather really flock together? Can birds recognize individual people? And why do birds sometimes crash into windows?

Utah State University ornithologist Kimberly Sullivan explores these questions and more at Science Unwrapped on Friday, March 17, 2017. Sullivan, associate professor in the Department of Biology and USU Ecology Center, presents “A Bird’s-Eye View of Science” at 7 p.m. in the Emert Auditorium, Room 130, of the Eccles Science Learning Center on campus.

Refreshments and hands-on learning activities follow Sullivan’s talk. Hosted by USU’s College of Science, admission is free and all ages are welcome.

The March 17 presentation is the third event of Science Unwrapped’s spring 2017 Science Fact, Science Fiction series. An additional presentation is scheduled for April 7.

For more information, call 435-797-3517, visit the Science Unwrapped website or view the ‘Science Unwrapped at USU’ Facebook page

Related links:
USU College of Science 

Contact: Nancy Huntly, 435-797-2555,
Writer: Mary-Ann Muffoletto, 435-797-3517,

Science Unwrapped features hands-on learning activities all ages can enjoy together. Hosted by USU's College of Science, admission is free.

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