This Month in Birding – August 2022
August 25, 2022
At the end of every month, we host a roundup of recent bird news on the American Birding Podcast. For August we’re thrilled to welcome Stephanie Beilke, Jordan Rutter, and Brodie Cass Talbott to the panel to talk about homogenization of bird species, bird habitats in urban landscapes, wild Rock Pigeons, and how birding has changed in our lifetimes.
Link to articles discussed in this episode:
As more bird species go extinct, those left may be more alike
The strange reason migrating birds are flocking to cities
Rare wild ancestors of domestic pigeon found on Scottish islands
Here’s How Drastically Birding Has Changed Over the Past 50 Years
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