Birds of Bayou
Birds of the Bayou Class
Birds abound at Armand Bayou Nature Center! See bird specimens and artifacts and play fun games as you discover how bird's adaptations help them survive. Stop by the red-tailed hawk exhibit to observe some birds of prey up-close. Then learn few birding tips and search for birds in forest, prairie and pond habitats on a guided hike.
|Time||10:00am - 12:00 noon|
|Class Limit||Minimum 10|
$8.00/participant (children and adults)
One chaperone or teacher per 10 participants is free of charge. A 10-to-1 ratio of students to adults is required.
Please see the field trip planner for more information about scheduling a field trip. (Call 281-474-2551 x 13 for class dates and to enroll.)
The following objectives, vocabulary, and TEKs may be addressed during this field trip.
- Observe and describe bird specimens.
- Identify bird adaptations, such as hollow bones, feathers, and specially shaped feet and beaks.
- Match bird beaks and feet to their corresponding foods and environments.
- Look for birds in their natural habitats.
- Bird - a warm-blooded vertebrate that lays eggs and has feathers and a beak
- Vertebrate - an animal with a backbone
- Warm-blooded - able to keep its body at a steady (warm) temperature
- Adaptation - something that helps an animal survive or reproduce
TEKS (2012-2013 Science)
- K.1A&B, K.2C, K.4A&B, K.10A&B
- 1.1A&B, 1.2C, 1.4A, 1.5A, 1.10A, 2.1A&B
- 2.2C, 2.4A, 2.9B, 2.10A
- 3.1.A, 3.4.A, 3.10.A3.1A, 3.2B, 3.4A, 3.9A
Pre and Post Trip Materials
- SBEC for Teachers
- Field Trip Planner
- Outreach Programs
- EcoTots Classes
- EcoKids Classes
- Summer EcoCamp
- Winter EcoCamp
- Scouting Programs
- Hazardous Beasties Safety Training
- Wetland Education Resources