Subject: [Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of August 22, 2021
Date: Sat Aug 21 12:03:00 PDT 2021
From: Ellen Blackstone - ellenblackstone at gmail.com

Hey there, Tweeters!

Catch up on the #BringBirdsBack series with Tenijah Hamilton!
Pick a story or two, or listen to them all:
1: How do we know that birds are in trouble?
2: Who is birding for?
3: Can we make our cities safer for birds?
4: For birds to win, do cats have to lose? - Part 1
5: For birds to win, do cats have to lose? - Part 2
6: How can native plants help birds?
7: How can coffee help birds?
You'll find them all here:
https://www.birdnote.org/listen/podcasts/bring-birds-back
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Recently on BirdNote:
* How Toucans Stay Cool
http://bit.ly/2aDWHZM
* Joe Farms in Alabama Offers a Safe Space
for People and for Swallow-tailed Kites
https://bit.ly/3mpjrUL
* Birdsong as Therapy
http://bit.ly/2KzgKtj
* How Birds Stay Perched
https://bit.ly/3j0NAHY
* Nature Prospers in Avalanche Chutes
http://bit.ly/NDJbHz
* Bizarre Baby Birds -- Estrildid Finches' Beaks
Are Downright Strange
https://bit.ly/37ZY2ce
* Who Likes Nectar?
http://bit.ly/2w2BTsV
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Next week on BirdNote: Why Do Birds Flick Their Tails?
The Bony-toothed Birds, Magnificent Frigatebird Drum Roll,
What Osprey Chicks Reveal About Pollution,
and more! https://bit.ly/3j6aBJw
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Did you have a favorite story this week? Another comment?
Please let us know. mailto:ellenb at birdnote.org <ellenb at birdnote.org>
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Thanks for listening,
Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote
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