[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of Feb. 17, 2019

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Feb 16 12:02:02 PST 2019


Hello, Tweeters,

Check out the terrific photo blog that accompanies "Palm Cockatoo Gets the Girl."
https://www.birdnote.org/blog/2019/02/palm-cockatoos-different-drummers
Christina Zdenek of the Palm Cockatoo Project in Australia shared her photos with us.
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Last week on BirdNote:
* Mating for Life
http://bit.ly/2BoEONy
* Bird Tracks in the Snow Tell Stories
http://bit.ly/2RNClBV
* Winter Romance - Common Goldeneyes
http://bit.ly/2s9lbqX
* The Cactus Wren's Signature Voice
http://bit.ly/2RLW0SP
* Palm Cockatoo Gets the Girl
http://bit.ly/2WRbzMP
The story is based on a column by GrrlScientist written for Forbes.com, June 2017.
Robert Heinsohn shared sounds with BirdNote for the show.
* Anna's Hummingbirds Winter in the North
http://bit.ly/2GeTsv9
* Beak Meets Seed
http://bit.ly/2BtpD36
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Check out next week's stories about owl pellets, cranes' voices,
and how the Robin Redbreast got its name.
http://bit.ly/2TRu7um
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