Support AIWC's 5th Annual Flights of Fancy event - a guest speaker event sharing amazing information on animals that fly.
Flight Styles: The Ways in Which Birds and Butterflies Fly
Butterflies don't just flutter, and birds don't merely flap. They also hover, glide, soar, burst, stoop, and perform a remarkable suite of additional flight styles, all in accordance with their sizes, shapes, and situations. Join John Acorn for an explanation of bird and butterfly flight that will focus on the different "modes" that these animals use while in the air. He promises to go easy on the physics, and also to give you some tips that might enhance your wildlife viewing experience, and encourage you to make more use of that slow-motion setting on your camera or smartphone.
What: Flight Styles: The Ways in Which Birds and Butterflies Fly
When: Thursday, October 28, 2021. 7pm to 8.30pm MT.
Where: Virtual event via Zoom. You will be sent an email with meeting information once your registration has been paid.
Registration for this event will close at 6.30pm MT on October 28, 2021.
About John Acorn
John Acorn is a biologist and naturalist, and he teaches at the University of Alberta. John has been a lifelong resident of Edmonton, and he is best known for his television series Acorn, The Nature Nut, and as the author of some twenty books on natural history subjects.
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