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Mountain Walk with Bird Songs

A hike through the mountains of the West, from the lowlands to the rocky alpine zones, reveals an incredibly diverse array of beautiful birds: Swainson’s Thrushes, Pine Grosbeaks, American Pipits and so many more to be found. read more »

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Topics & Themes:  ecology, vocalization

Travel with BirdNote to Big Bend National Park

It was a great trip! BirdNote and Victor Emanuel Nature Tours at Big Bend National Park, Cibolo Creek, and the Davis Mountains, August 24 - September 2, 2017You heard about Big Bend National Park from Alex Chadwick. (Check out those stories here.) More species of birds have been found in Big Bend... read more »

BirdNote Moments for May 2014

Listen to the full show, Red Knot Flies to the Moon and Back.Red Knot © Patricia M. González  Listen to the full BirdNote show, A Sailor Finds Companionship in Birds, With Brechin Morgan.Swallow-tailed Gull painting © Brechin Morgan Listen to the full BirdNote show, Snow Melting into... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  breeding display, recording, reflection

The Skinny on Dippers

Brendan McGarry reflects on an aquatic songbird, the American Dipper. read more »

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Topics & Themes:  reflection

Nature Prospers in Avalanche Chutes

Avalanches tend to follow historic channels down the face of a mountain, sweeping with them standing trees and boulders, while adjacent slopes remain clad in evergreens. Such natural snow courses are known as avalanche chutes. Soil often remains, creating a new opening for pioneering vegetation.... read more »

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Gerrit Vyn on the Lammergeier

Sound recordist and photographer, Gerrit Vyn, spent two years in the Peace Corps in the mountains of Lesotho. He worked with a chief named Ntate Letsie in the village of Selemong. His people believed that the Lammergeiers, or Bearded Vultures, that nested on the cliff near their village preyed... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  environmental champion
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