This Month in Birding – January 2022
January 27, 2022
It’s the last week of the first month of 2022, and time again for This Month of Birding. One of our panelists Brooke Bateman was scheduled to be with us but unfortunately came down with COVID, and we hope that she is on the mend soon. In her place steps the ABA’s Greg Neise, who joins a panel of scientists Mikko Jimenez and Joanna Wu to chat about Ivory-billed Woodpeckers, bird migration science, and how we intend to celebrate Gullentine’s Day.
Links to articles discussed in this episode:
USFWS re-opens comment period on Ivory-billed Woodpecker extinction
Landmark Colombian Study Repeated to Right Colonial-Era Wrongs
Loss of Defaunation on Plants’ Capacity to Track Climate Change
Seabird Telemetry Study Reveals Surprisingly Diverse Migratory Routes
Snowy Owls Aren’t Really Starving
Gull Foraging Strategies in Urban Environments
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