[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of Mar. 8, 2020

Ellen Blackstone ellenblackstone at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 12:02:01 PST 2020


Hey, Tweeters,

What's up with birds and glass? BirdNote's Mark Bramhill visited New York City, to find out. Check out our extended podcast, including a visit with Rita McMahon at the Wild Bird Fund rehabilitation center, following a volunteer from Project Safe Flight, and more, including lots of resources and ways you can help. https://www.birdnote.org/birds-glass
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Heard last week on BirdNote:
* Why Birds Sing
http://bit.ly/2Fv4vwe
* The Amazing Pied-billed Grebe
http://bit.ly/2FGXn2U
* Birds and Glass - Community Science:
Project Safe Flight in NYC, FLAP, and more
http://bit.ly/3czn833
* Snatching Berries on the Wing
http://bit.ly/2ERdMSV
* Birds and Glass - Rehab at the Wild Bird Fund
http://bit.ly/2wEeccc
* Wetland Birds Thrive, Given a Boost
http://bit.ly/Qreb12
* Turkey Vultures on the Move
http://bit.ly/2mSkbDC
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Next week on BirdNote: Those Raucous Jays +
European Starling Nightmare, and more
http://bit.ly/2IqD09Z
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Did you have a favorite story this week? Another comment?
Please let us know. mailto:info at birdnote.org
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Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote


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