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Bird Vision

(explained)

Bird Vision Concepts
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Introduction
Visual systems
What we do in our lab
Measuring visual systems
How birds eat?
Eye positioning
Visual field types
Foraging and visual fields
Gaze and head movement
 
Resources
Talks to schools
For teachers...
For kids (coloring pages)
Links
About the illustrations
Ask US about bird vision
Contact us
Glossary
Species identification
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How birds see their world?

This website is intended for the general public to understand some basic differences between human and bird vision, and to learn about the diversity of visual systems in birds.

Currently, the contents are focused on two aspects of the bird visual systems: visual fields and head movements. We will include modules on visual acuity and color vision in the near future.

You can learn about each module by following the links on the left.  

We also offer talks to schools about bird vision. These talks are free. Do not hesitate to contact us to schedule one. 

If you would like to have more specialized information about vision in mammals and birds, please, have a look at the following links.

Thank you for your interest.

 
Dr. Esteban Fernandez-Juricic
Department of Biological Sciences
Purdue University
 
 

 

 

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Updated: 01/09/2010 Copyright 2007-2010 - Esteban Fernandez-Juricic
   

 

 
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