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Student Research

The Flying with Swallows (FWS) project at Moreno Valley College (MVC) is conducted along two lines of inquiry: Ecosystem Survey and Ecosystem Investigation.

Participating students submitted research proposals and engaged in scientific experiements and observation along these inquiry lines. Below, you'll find a collection of research proposals and presentations demonstrating the explemplary work and observational skills of MVC's Biology students. All files listed are in PDF format.

 

Research Proposals

  1. BIO - Cliff Swallows Parental Responsibility
  2. BIO - Cliff Swallow Parental Livelihood
  3. BIO - Cliff Swallow Plumage
  4. BIO - Cliff Swallow Preferences for Natural or Artificial Nests
  5. BIO - Cliff Swallows Parental Responsibility
  6. BIO - Distinguishing Cliff Swallow Calls on Social Behaviors
  7. BIO - Do Cliff Swallows prefer a real Nest or Artificial Nest
  8. BIO - Documentation of Cliff Swallow Activity
  9. BIO - Drought Effects on Cliff Swallows Population in Southern California
  10. BIO - Effect of Air Pollution on Cliff Swallows
  11. BIO - Heavy Metals in Water Source and Impact on Cliff Swallows
  12. BIO - How Do Birds Navigate Compared to Human Brains with GPS
  13. BIO - How Do Water Pollutants Affect Cliff Swallow Health
  14. BIO - How Swallows Acquire and Use Material for Their Nest
  15. BIO - How Swallows Acquire and Use Materials for their Nest
  16. BIO - Identification of Feather Mites Based on Morphology
  17. BIO - Identify Protists and Determine Symbiotic Relationships
  18. BIO - Impact of Variable Weather Conditions on Cliff Swallows
  19. BIO - Improving the Life of Cliff Swallows by Alternating Soil
  20. BIO - Light Geo-location Tags Capable of Global Locations of Small Migration Birds
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Student Flora and Fauna Flyers

  1. Barn Owl
  2. Bat
  3. Black Widow
  4. Bobcat
  5. Britlle Bush
  6. Burrowing Owl
  7. California King Snake
  8. California Scrub
  9. Cotton Tail
  10. Cougar
  11. Coyote
  12. Coyote - Canis Latrans
  13. Dandelions
  14. Datura Plant
  15. Desert Tortoise
  16. Donkey
  17. Gray Fox
  18. Great Horn Owl
  19. Hummingbirds
  20. Kangaroo Rat
  21. Kit Fox
  22. Lizard
  23. Loggerhead Shrike
  24. Merriams Kangaroo Rat
  25. Monarch Butterfly
  26. Mountain Lion
  27. Palm Tree
  28. Prickly Pear Cactus
  29. Rabbits
  30. Raccoon
  31. Raccoon - Procyon Lotor
  32. Red Hawk
  33. Red-Tailed Hawk
  34. Road Runner
  35. Skunk
  36. Snake
  37. Squirrel