Random Birds, Vol 6, with Ted Floyd
January 19, 2023
Birding magazine editor and all-around bird-knower Ted Floyd is back for another bout of Random Birds. He joins host Nate Swick, a big bird list, and a random number generator to create podcast magic. This session includes a number of holarctic species, a pair of warblers and one of Ted’s 10 favorite bird species. Well, maybe…
Plus, some thoughts and the most gull rich metro in the ABA Area.
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For the gull list I didn’t include Santa Cruz County. If I did, it would have been 25 species! But in Nate’s defense, I did write him an obnoxiously long essay.
Bay Point, California
Nova Scotia counties have a good gull population but not sure we can get 24!
With the exception of the Bay, you could find all of those in numbers in the right season in NJ. And the Bay is definitely findable spring and fall on flight days.