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Darwin's finches: read The Beak of the Finch and the illustration will make a lot more sense. (Hint: it's about evolution). The book won the 1995 Pulitzer for General Non-Fiction.

Darwin's finches: read The Beak of the Finch and the illustration will make a lot more sense. (Hint: it's about evolution). The book won the 1995 Pulitzer for General Non-Fiction. Teams, this belongs on a leadership board.

Clipbirds activity from Berkeley bolsters student understanding of natural selection. Students use different size binder clips to represent the different size beaks of Darwin's finches.

Better than spoons, spatulas, sticks. Clipbirds activity from Berkeley bolsters student understanding of natural selection. Students use different size binder clips to represent the different size beaks of Darwin's finches.

Analyzing Darwin's Finches- Graphing Activity

Analyzing Darwin's Finches- Evolution Graphing Activity

This graphing activity walks students through the research of Peter and Rosemary Grant. The Grant's studied Darwin's finches on the Galapagos Islands and were able to correlate beak size with seed size and got excellent data during wet and dry seasons.

Darwin- though finches are in spotlight I have read that mockingbirds were also integral in developing theory.

Darwin- though finches are in spotlight I have read that mockingbirds were also integral in developing theory.

3 Types of Natural Selection (and 1 Type of Not-So-Natural Selection): Artificial Selection

5 Types of Selection

The Surprising Way That Finches Helped Darwin Develop His Theory of Evolution: Darwin's Finches

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Nice Article for Darwin Day ! Darwin’s Theory Of Evolution And A Gene Found In Finches- Pat

Darwin's finches #3

On September English naturalist Charles Darwin and the crew of the HMS Beagle arrived in the Galapagos Islands.

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