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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
Thousands of birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts worldwide have been visiting this gem for over 35 years. Don’t let this piece of heaven slip away. Continue reading
Betty Petersen, director of the Birders’ Exchange, discusses her work and her birding travels on BirdCallsRadio. Continue reading
In Sunday’s show I alluded to a conservation study by the American Bird Conservancy. It deals with the number of birds on the global “red list” of at-risk bird species. The numbers are up, which is the bad news. But … Continue reading
Kelly Fuller, Wind Campaign Coordinator for American Bird Conservancy, as guest. Wind power is a hot topic among birders and proper placement of the wind mills is crucial for the energy source to be considered bird-friendly. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about summer heat and birds; host Chris Bosak talks about red, white and blue birds in honor of the Fourth of July. Continue reading