[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of July 21, 2019

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Jul 20 12:02:01 PDT 2019


Hey, Tweets,

Last week on BirdNote:
* Jazz for the Birds
http://bit.ly/13XLEV7
* The Real James Bond, Birdwatcher
http://bit.ly/2JF7xlM
* Most Kingfishers Don't Fish
http://bit.ly/1MAKuS3
* Why Do Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers Look So Similar?
http://bit.ly/2N6XWTO
* The Female Oriole Weaves a Nest
http://bit.ly/1RY0wqs
* Burrowing Owls: "Howdy Birds"
http://bit.ly/2LY0Ehf
* Fairy-Wrens Sing Secret Passwords to Unborn Chicks
http://bit.ly/2KU26h4
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Next week on BirdNote: Birds that dance, birds that smell (good),
and birds that sing in a desert monsoon --
http://bit.ly/2Ye4Tvy
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