Join BirdNote tomorrow, November 30th!
Illustrator David Sibley and actor H. Jon Benjamin will face off in the bird illustration battle of the century during BirdNote's Year-end Celebration and Auction!
Q - Who wrote the BirdNote Daily theme song?
A - Nancy Rumbel composed and played the theme music, and John Kessler produced it.
Read the full story in this Field Note.
Q - Two minutes is not enough! Does BirdNote do longer stories?
A - You bet! Check out our podcasts Bring Birds Back, Threatened, Sound Escapes, and BirdNote Presents.
Q - Is BirdNote on social media?
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Q - How do I contribute a photo to BirdNote?
A - Please email the photo to us or post an image on our wall on Facebook. If you have an online gallery, please include a link to that, as it's a great way for us to browse when we're looking for a specific species. We don't pay for the use of photos. We are extremely grateful for all the generous photographers who have contributed their photos.
Q - I have an idea for a show. How can I suggest it?
A - If you have a suggestion, please search our Show Archive to see if a story has already been done. If you don’t see anything there, please send us an email to submit your story idea. We can't guarantee that we'll do a story about it, but we appreciate your ideas. Please note that we do not do book reviews. If you are a freelance writer or producer, please see our Pitch Page.
Q - Who pays for BirdNote?
A - People who care deeply about birds — and value our conservation mission — make it possible to produce BirdNote. Our programming is free and accessible to all, thanks to the support of individuals, foundations, and businesses. Radio stations do not pay for the program but provide valuable airtime, for which we are grateful. Sales of the BirdNote calendar and income from adventure travel provide a small percentage of annual revenue. If you enjoy BirdNote, please consider a donation. Thanks!
Q - Where can I see BirdNote's recent annual reports?
A - You can see BirdNote's annual reports from the last few years on this page.