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BirdNote: They Do Exist!
Saturday, 04/06/13
Ever seen a baby pigeon?
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BirdNote: Musical Inspiration
Saturday, 03/30/13
Birdsong has inspired many classical compositions.
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BirdNote: Owl Duet
Saturday, 03/09/13
Owl calls
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BirdNote: A Year's Worth Of Birds
Saturday, 01/05/13
You don't have to keep a list to enjoy birds, but the variety you see in your own yard might surprise you.
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BirdNote: A Year's Worth Of Birds
Saturday, 01/05/13
A year's worth of birds.
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BirdNote: Gyrfalcon
Saturday, 12/29/12
Winter brings wondrous bird visitors.
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BirdNote: The Dodo
Saturday, 12/08/12
BirdNote explains the Dodo bird's extinction.
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BirdNote: Suet
Saturday, 12/01/12
Winter birds love suet.
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BirdNote: Barred Owl
Saturday, 08/25/12
Barred Owls are very territorial, and they don't migrate. Solitary calls from a male in early spring probably mean that he has not attracted a mate.
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BirdNote: Eurasian Collared Dove
Saturday, 08/18/12
Escaped doves breed in the wild.
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BirdNote: Male Mallards Disappear
Saturday, 08/04/12
Subdued colors help camouflage the male ducks, protecting them from predators.
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BirdNote: Night Singers
Saturday, 07/07/12
This Whip-poor-will is a true night bird--feeding, mating, and nesting in the dark. But a few songbirds that are active during the day also sing at night.
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BirdNote: Skylarks
Saturday, 06/23/12
Aretha Franklin sings about the Sky Lark.
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What Lewis And Clark Saw
Saturday, 06/16/12
When Lewis and Clark headed West, they came upon savannahs as far as the eye could see, covered with herds of bison, elk, antelope and deer. What birds might they have seen?
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BirdNote: Green Birds On St. Patrick's Day
Saturday, 03/17/12
You'd think that with so much green in nature, many birds would wear green for camouflage and not just on St. Patrick's Day!
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BirdNote: Time Changes Everything
Saturday, 03/24/12
Not that long ago, Passenger Pigeons filled the skies. Some flocks, with more than a billion birds, took four days to pass overhead.
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BirdNote: Why Arctic Terns Have Short Beaks
Saturday, 01/28/12
The bill and legs of Arctic Terns are shorter than those of Common Terns. Why?
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BirdNote: Great Horned Owls Nest
Saturday, 01/21/12
Great Horned Owls nest in winter, because the owlets, which hatch after a month of incubation, must remain near their parents a long time compared to many other birds.
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New! BirdNote
Saturday, 11/05/11
The first episode of BirdNote on VPR is about starlings.  They can be a pest at our bird feeders, but loved by many.  Be sure to watch the video of a starling murmeration.
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