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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.

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.

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.

Teoría de Lamarck | Portal Académico del CCH

Teoría de Lamarck | Portal Académico del CCH

Darwin's finches (also known as the Galápagos finches) are a group of about 15 species of passerine birds that evolved from a single original species. The smallest is the Warbler Finch and the largest is the Vegetarian Finch. The most important differences between species are in the size and shape of their beaks, and the beaks are highly adapted to different food sources.

Darwin's finches (also known as the Galápagos finches) are a group of about 15 species of passerine birds that evolved from a single original species. The smallest is the Warbler Finch and the largest is the Vegetarian Finch. The most important differences between species are in the size and shape of their beaks, and the beaks are highly adapted to different food sources.

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FREE Teaching resources for 16-18 year olds: Biodiversity and Evolution – Darwin’s Finches Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin to formulate his theory of natural selection. http://www.arkive.org/education/teaching-resources-16-18#resourceBiodiversityAndEvolutionDarwinsFinches2

FREE Teaching resources for 16-18 year olds: Biodiversity and Evolution – Darwin’s Finches Explore the importance of biodiversity and how observing variation in the beak shape of Galapagos finches helped Darwin to formulate his theory of natural selection. http://www.arkive.org/education/teaching-resources-16-18#resourceBiodiversityAndEvolutionDarwinsFinches2

Happy Darwin Day! Here are our favorite stories about evolution - The Washington Post

Happy Darwin Day! Here are our favorite stories about evolution

Happy Darwin Day! Here are our favorite stories about evolution - The Washington Post

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.

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.

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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.

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