[Tweeters] BirdNote, last week, and the week of Jan. 11, 2009

Ellen Blackstone ellen at 123imagine.net
Sat Jan 10 12:00:49 PST 2009

Hello, Tweeters!

Last week, BirdNote aired:
* A New Year Dawns <http://www.birdnote.org/birdnote.cfm?id=526>
-- featuring sounds collected by acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton
* Paul Bannick Photographs the Great Gray Owl
-- an interview with photographer/naturalist Paul Bannick
* Operation Migration <http://www.birdnote.org/birdnote.cfm?id=987>
-- teaching young Whooping Cranes to migrate with an ultralight
* Why Do Chickadees Come and Go?
-- share and share alike at the sunflower feeder
* Trogons Nest with Wasps <http://www.birdnote.org/birdnote.cfm?id=992>
-- the strange nest of the Violaceous Trogon
* Sounds of the Amazon <http://www.birdnote.org/birdnote.cfm?id=523>
-- a mini-vacation to a tropical location
* Peregrine Comeback <http://www.birdnote.org/birdnote.cfm?id=541>
-- with a photo of WAMU Peregrine, Bell, taken by Tweeter Ruth Taylor
Check out the photos for next week, the week of January 12, 2009

BirdNote is an audio program, two minutes per episode, aired on several
public radio stations. You can listen to the mp3 and read the transcript
on the website, or get it as a podcast: http://tinyurl.com/y24e8n. All
episodes are in the archives.
Comments? Suggestions? Please drop me a line! mailto:ellen at 123imagine.net

Ellen Blackstone
Seattle, Washington
BirdNote is now heard on KPLU, Seattle/Tacoma, 8:58AM daily; KOHO,
Leavenworth, WA; KPBX in Spokane, WA; KTOO, Juneau, AK; KMBH, Harlingen,
TX; KWMR, Pt. Reyes, CA; WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio; WRVO in Oswego,
NY; and WRCJ in Detroit, MI.

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