[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of Sept. 9, 2018

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Sep 8 12:02:09 PDT 2018


Hello, Tweeters,

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Last week on BirdNote:
* Buff-breasted Sandpiper
http://bit.ly/2MDWvAC
* Why Dippers Dip
http://bit.ly/2wvyTmS
* Ravens and Crows - Who’s Who?
http://bit.ly/2BYvTFn
* A Wood Thrush Migrates South, Step by Step
http://bit.ly/2ws9f2Y
* Juvenile Shorebirds Head South
http://bit.ly/2wwWVOj
* Zone-tailed Hawks Mimic Vultures
http://bit.ly/2PMRfsd
* Condors in the Pacific Northwest - Long Ago
http://bit.ly/2wtVlwB
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Check out next week's shows:
Saving a Chimney for Swifts, Thoreau's Whip-poor-will, Snail Kites, and more
http://bit.ly/2x0Q68T
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Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote


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