Birding, annotated, with Ted Floyd
March 11, 2021
Birding editor Ted Floyd and host Nate Swick try something a little different this time around. They went birding, each in their respective neighborhoods, and come back together to talk about it. Join them as they wend our way through sparrows, crows, and Bushtits around their homes, with a detour into gannets and gulls (which neither saw). It’s birding, annotated.
And in case you wanted to follow along, here’s Ted’s checklist from Lafayette, Colorado, and here’s Nate’s from Greensboro, North Carolina.
Plus, congratulations to our 2021 ABA Young Birders of the Year, Katie Warner of Vancouver, Washington, and Joaquin Galindo of McAllen, Texas!
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I really enjoyed your conversation with Ted Floyd. I’m hoping these conversations will become a regular feature on the podcast.
I, too, really enjoyed the checklist conversation!