This Month in Birding – May 2022
May 26, 2022
It is the end of the month, and with it, comes the This Month in Birding panel. Because May is arguably the best month of the year for birding in the US and Canada we have a panel this month that attempts to meet those expectations. Mollee Brown of the Life List Podcast, Gabriel Foley of the Maryland/DC Bird Atlas, and Purbita Saha of Popular Science.
Also, wanna travel to Panama with Nate?
Topics discussed in this episode include:
Language Barriers in Local Bird Conservation
Broken Wing Tactic More Widespread Than Thought
Songbirds More Colorful the Closer They Live to the Equator
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The American Birding Podcast brings together staff and friends of the American Birding Association as we talk about birds, birding, travel and conservation in North America and beyond.
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Hi. The podcast is not the most recent one, rather, it’s an old one about pigeons. Can someone at ABA please post the May 26, 2022 episode?
Sorry about that. Should be fixed now.
We had a White-winged Dove doing the broken-wing display when we got too close to her nest. It worked too and we were shocked when she flew away!