This Month in Birding – October 2021
October 28, 2021
The last Thursday of the month is This Month in Birding with a panel of Jennie Duberstein, Nicole Jackson, and Sean Milnes. We have a wide range of stories to discuss, from escaped birds to birding by ear to landfills to domestic carrowaries.
Links to topics discussed this month:
Steller’s Sea Eagle and Eurasian Eagle Owl escape from captivity.
Blind Uruguayan birder creates sound may of Uruguay.
Hummingbirds smell their way our of danger.
Papuans might have domesticated cassowaries.
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Hey Nate! You all had way too much fun on the podcast today! I hope you’ll report on any other additions to the birds-the-size-of-a-cassowary list. My favorite was the Shrike!
Thursdays are always good days knowing that I’ll get some good bird fun and knowledge. Thank you! Lisa