Subject: [Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of Nov. 24, 2019
Date: Sat Nov 23 12:02:01 PST 2019
From: Ellen Blackstone - ellenblackstone at

Hello, Tweeters,

A conversation with Dr. J. Drew Lanham -- Drew Lanham is a BirdNote board member and the recipient of Audubon's 2018 Dan W. Lufkin Prize for Environmental Leadership. He is also an Alumni Distinguished Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Master Teacher and Certified Wildlife Biologist at Clemson University. Drew sat down recently with BirdNote host Ashley Ahearn at the University of Washington College of the Environment Symposium on Nature and Health. The conversation wove through Dr. Lanham's poetry and readings from his memoir to his thoughts about nature, faith, climate change, the loss of birds, and the ways we can work together to confront systemic racism. Have a listen! (~40 minutes)

Heard last week on BirdNote:
* The Birds and Plants of Hawaii
* Amazing Feet
* Birds of Prey and Nesting Territories
* City Owls - Whooo's in Your Neighborhood?
* Winter Birds Love Suet
* Convocations, Coveys and Charms:
Collective Nouns for Birds
* Birds Winter at the Salton Sea
Next week on BirdNote: How Long Does a Robin Live?
+ Red-shouldered Hawks and ... of course... Wild Turkeys!
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Have a great Thanksgiving -- or a good week!

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Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote