Professors from the Biology Department at Sacred Heart University presented specific subjects to the residents that they have been studying. The first subject was on horseshoe crabs and the second was on birds. The residents were delighted to be able to hold the baby horseshoe crabs. Did you know that horseshoe crabs do not bite or pinch? The residents also looked for birds in their backyard through binoculars. They found blue jays and sparrows, but mostly the birds could be heard and not seen! The last presentation is going to be on the ocean floor – how it moves and how continents were formed. Thank you Bio Department for such an educational presentation!