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Bring Birds Back
29 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Can We Make Our Cities Safer For Birds?
Tenijah talks with NYC Audubon Senior Conservation Biologist Kaitlyn Parkins and Seattle Audubon Urban Conservation Manager Joshua Morris to break down the challenge that glass in our built environment poses to birds, how a local solution is becoming a national policy, and what you can do to support it.If you find a dead or injured bird, you can make an important contribution to bird mortality research by filing a report on dBirdLearn about how you can support the Bird-Safe Buildings ActVisit NYC AudubonExplore products that help make your home friendlier for birdsListen to "In the Clear: The Problem with Birds and Glass"
24 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Who Is Birding For?
In the second installment of Bring Birds Back, host Tenijah Hamilton and Sheridan Alford, co-founder of Black Birders Week, talk about how to celebrate Black people who love birds and expand the choir for conservation. Then they get out into the wilds of Georgia in search of, you guessed it, birds.Check out the #ForTheBirds Birding Playlist!Stream the official Sheridan Alford × BirdNote birding playlist on Apple Music and Spotify.Visit BlackAFinSTEM's official schedule for Black Birders Week BirdNote is an independent nonprofit media production company. Your dollars make it possible to create the sound-rich shows that connect you to the joys of birds and nature. Support BirdNote’s conservation mission, and get more of the content you love, by subscribing to BirdNote+ at https://birdnote.supercast.tech. Learn more at BirdNote.org. Thanks!
26 minutes | May 19, 2021
How Do We Know that Birds are in Trouble?
In the inaugural episode of Bring Birds Back, host Tenijah Hamilton gets to know biostatistician Dr. Adam C. Smith, coauthor of the study that found we’ve lost 3 billion birds in North America in the last fifty years, and helps us wrap our heads around that gigantic number. The good news? There are lots of ways to help.Bring Birds Back is sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.Resources:Get involved in the Audubon Christmas Bird CountFind your local Audubon SocietyGet connected with eBirdDownload the Merlin birding appLearn more about the Breeding Bird SurveyCheck out Birds Canada
2 minutes | May 5, 2021
Introducing Bring Birds Back
Like many birders, host Tenijah Hamilton discovered her love of birds during the pandemic. Now she invites listeners to join her in appreciating the beauty and mystery of the birds all around us and taking action on their behalf. As Tenijah speaks with bird experts from all walks of life, she and the listener learn, together, how to bring birds back.Follow the show in your podcast app and stay tuned for our first episode on May 19th.
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