[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of June 10, 2018

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Jun 9 12:03:03 PDT 2018


Hello, Tweeters,

Last week on BirdNote:
* The Black-headed Grosbeak Sings
https://bit.ly/2LR4x4R
* Giant Owls of Cuba
https://bit.ly/2xyKxkn
* Olive-Sided Flycatcher - Preserving a Unique Voice
https://bit.ly/2xzYBdI
* Baby Birds - Let Them Be
https://bit.ly/2JoFqIr
* How Does a Bird Know How Many Eggs to Lay?
https://bit.ly/2spSinL
* What’s a Beak Made Of?
https://bit.ly/2J7YDdZ
* Voices and Vocabularies - Great Horned Owls
https://bit.ly/2xyKYLA
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Check out next week's shows — Where Do Birds Sleep? And more!
http://bit.ly/2JuSlp5
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