[Tweeters] BirdLife published a birdy piece about Kea that I wrote for them

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 04:34:39 PST 2018

hello everyone,

thanks to dodgy communication, i jumped the gun, so to speak, and published
my piece about Kea being up-listed to Endangered before Birdlife did. oops!
the piece has finally been published online by BirdLife, so i wanted to
share that link with you all:

TinyURL: https://tinyurl.com/yb9aef8k

I also have been asked to share links to other birdy pieces when i
republish them on Medium, where they are not anti-ad-blocked, nor
paywalled, and where they are free of all advertising. i hope i've shared
everything that i've been asked to share -- let me know if i've missed
something and i'll send that along:

Fifty Shades of Black: These Bird Feathers Are The Darkest Never Seen
TinyURL: https://tinyurl.com/ybh9cak8

i hope these pieces are informative and enjoyable.


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