[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of Feb. 24, 2019

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 12:02:01 PST 2019


Hello, Tweeters,

Take a sonic journey into the natural world with acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton. In Sound Escapes, our new podcast series, we feature Gordon’s exquisite recordings, captured in some of the most wild, beautiful and birdsong-rich places he’s visited. Hosted by Ashley Ahearn.
Listen to the first one, about Gordon's struggle with hearing loss and his determination to share the recordings with others: http://birdnote.org/soundescapes
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Last week on BirdNote:
* Golden Eagle - The Other Eagle
http://bit.ly/2oaIHyi
* Robin Orange-breast?
http://bit.ly/2tliRKS
* February Summer in Argentina
http://bit.ly/2sDmT3S
* Cranes' Voices Across the Globe
http://bit.ly/2CueNdu
* Examining Owl Pellets
http://bit.ly/2EbYyG9
* Crowned-Pigeons: Big, Beautiful, Threatened
http://bit.ly/2TLmTbi
* Raven's Love Song
http://bit.ly/2IdtSIK
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Check out next week's stories about ducks and the "economy" of nesting,
"Eau de Junco," and the first of several sound-rich shows
called "Sound Escapes," with Gordon Hempton, the SoundTracker:
http://bit.ly/2tzyxKE
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https://www.birdnote.org/birdnote-book
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Thanks for listening,
Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote


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