Watching out for the birds

Professor Patricia Caldani’s biology class took a field trip to San Dimas Canyon Park to go bird watching on Monday. The trip was led by Professor of Biology Jeff Burkhart. Only one bird was seen during the trip because it was late in the day, but the class observed a tree frog, a scorpion and some poisonous plants found in the area. Among the class on the trip were Sandra Kourg, Maria Cuevas and Yanet Urciaga. / photo by Cameron Barr
Professor Patricia Caldani’s biology class took a field trip to San Dimas Canyon Park to go bird watching on Monday. The trip was led by Professor of Biology Jeff Burkhart. Only one bird was seen during the trip because it was late in the day, but the class observed a tree frog, a scorpion and some poisonous plants found in the area. Among the class on the trip were Sandra Kourg, Maria Cuevas and Yanet Urciaga. / photo by Cameron Barr

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