Science Explorations


What steps do these arctic birds take to make themselves at home?

Observing these birds helped the scientist formulate the theory of evolution.

Watch and learn: These are the smallest penguins to live in a warm habitat.

Look and learn: These pink creatures have a unique way to filter for food.

Watch and learn: The male bird uses his large and colorful throat bag to attract a mate.

Look and learn: Where did this bird get its funny name?

Watch and learn: These birds are present on most of the Galápagos Islands.

Look and learn: Meet one of the 13 species of Finch on the Galápagos Islands.

Watch and learn: This is the biggest of the Galápagos birds with a wingspan of over seven feet.

Look and learn: These tiny birds are smaller than six inches long.

Watch and learn: Observe the brilliantly hued feet of this island bird.

Look and learn: This large seabird will dive into the water with its mouth open in order to catch fish.

Watch and learn: How does a mother bird feed her young?

A window-box garden will help you find out which flowers attract animals.

Learn about these reptiles and their behaviors.

Look and learn: A hummingbird's wings beat more than 50 times per second.

How do owls on the prowl use sound, light, and silent flight to snag their prey?

Look and learn: What makes a bird a bird?

Investigate the inner workings of birds.


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