[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of May 12, 2019

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat May 11 12:02:01 PDT 2019


Hello, Tweeters,

Last week on BirdNote:
* Long-billed Curlew - Singing over the Grassland
http://bit.ly/108JHO7
* Have You Ever Seen a Tom Turkey’s Beard?
http://bit.ly/2VfWy4T
* Ponderosa Pine Savanna
http://bit.ly/KVngEm
* Maria Schneider and Cerulean Skies
http://bit.ly/1m8Bvfl
* Which Species of Bird Sings First in the Morning? And Why?
http://bit.ly/2VcAt7u
* Why Is That Robin Part White?
http://bit.ly/2JU0TWh
* The Ruby-crowned Kinglet Tunes Up
http://bit.ly/JGx7At
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Next week on BirdNote: -- More SoundEscapes: Land Between the Lakes in Tennessee,
+ Endangered Species Day, Listening to Nuthatches, and more...
http://bit.ly/30aD3hL
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Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote


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