Youth Videoconference - Hawk Talk
When: April 4, 2017
Hosted By: TWA
Who: Youth Educational program
Birds of prey, also known as raptors, are a common sight in the skies. During the program, we will take an up-close look at a live Red-Tailed Hawk to discuss the important body structures and their functions. We will investigate the hawk’s diet, their role in the food web, the habitats in which they are found, and the adaptations that allow them to be such powerful predators.
TWA's Youth Videoconferencing is:
- Free, interactive, curriculum-enhancing, natural resource programs
- Designed for Grades 1-6, TEKS-aligned K-8
- 45 minute programs (includes student Q&A)
- TEKS aligned post activities and worksheets
- Includes four (4) issues of TWA’s mini-magazine Critter Connections!
To view Videoconferencing programs, visit connect2texas.net, click Calendar of Programs and Register, select Texas Wildlife Association as the Provider, select a program date and time and register.
Sign into the program about 15 minutes before the start time. Be on the lookout for post-materials and offers from the presenter!
Registration closes one week prior to program date.
Program times (CST): 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:45 p.m., and 2:00 p.m.
For a full lineup of the Spring 2017 Youth Videoconferencing schedule, please click here.