The Birds and the Beaks

Unit 2: Zoology
Lesson 4 of 17

Objective: SWBAT discover the form-function connection between bird beaks and their food, and identify other adaptations birds have to survive in specific habitats.

Big Idea: Each organism is adapted to live in its habitat and to obtain the things it needs in order to survive. The beaks, feet, and legs of most birds are adapted to eat specific things in their environment.

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