[Tweeters] Student project about Union Bay Natural Area
markrodg at uw.edu
Sun May 16 14:42:17 PDT 2021
Some-time lurker, first-time poster here. This quarter, I’m teaching a
course called “Music, Birdsong, and the Limits of the Human” in the Honors
Program here at UW. I’m happy to correspond with folks who are interested
in what I'm doing in this course off-list, but that’s not why I’m writing.
I’m writing because one of my students is creating a podcast episode about
the Union Bay Natural Area (aka Montlake Fill) for his final project. As
part of the project, he’s hoping to interview folks who regularly go
birdwatching at the site. Below is a brief message he’s written to
"Hello! My name is Ido Avnon. I am a freshman at UW perusing Computer
Science and Education, though I have recently fallen in love with
birdwatching. I am interested in hearing from more experienced birders like
you about the Montlake Fill/Union Bay Natural Area and general experiences
in the field. If you are interested in setting up an interview, feel free
to shoot me a text (2063999783 <//2063999783>) or email (idoavnon at uw.edu).
If you are a regular at the UBNA, I hope you will consider sharing your
experiences with Ido! He's a very smart and thoughtful student, and I’m
really excited about the episode he's producing. Please don’t hesitate to
reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns.
Mark Rodgers (he/him)
Lecturer in Music History
School of Music
University of Washington
The University of Washington acknowledges the Coast Salish peoples of this
land, the land which touches the shared waters of all tribes and bands
within the Suquamish, Tulalip and Muckleshoot nations.
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