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Judy Davis was the first person to identified the Great White Pelican that landed on Sanibel Island, Florida on Feb 28, 2016. Continue reading
BirdCallsRadio Reboots in NEW state-of-the-art digital broadcasting studio which enables mobil location reporting from birding and conservation hot spots. Our goal is to get beyond a few sounds bytes through in depth conversations designed to provide a more thorough examination of a given subject. Continue reading
Noble S. Proctor April 10, 1942 ~ may 28, 2015 Noble S. Proctor Ph.D., 73, of Branford, CT, died on May 28. He was born April 10, 1942 in Derby, CT to Alfred Proctor and Ruth Baldwin Proctor. He grew … Continue reading
An extraordinary story that marks an historical timeline of events in the birding and conservation world that celebrates the victory & success of the Paton’s Property in perpetuity! Continue reading
BirdCallsRadio Announces a new contest! Here’s how to play. BirdCallsRadio will post and play a bird sound, you then have to guess the type of bird making the sound. This could be a call, song or another type of sound … Continue reading