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Welcome to the August 2005 edition of On The Wing!
Direct download: 200508_1_Intro.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:55pm PST

Chris Templeton tells us how Black-Capped Chickadees vary their alarm calls according to how dangerous a predator is - It's size that counts, but not in the way you might think. Chickadee-dee-dee means a lot more than it may seem...

Chickadee Alarm Calls - Chris Templeton
Direct download: 200508_2_Chickadees.mp3
Category:Field Trip -- posted at: 2:53pm PST



Oregon Shorebird Festival
Meet the Waders Australia
New Haven Hawk Festival
Direct download: 200508_3_Events.mp3
Category:Events -- posted at: 2:50pm PST

August 2005 - Marymoor Park with Michael Hobbs (Photo by Michael Hobbs)
Michael Hobbs has made himself an expert on Redmond Washington's Marymoor Park, by birding there virtually every week for eleven years.

Birding at Marymoor Park
East Lake Washington Audubon
Direct download: 200508_4_Marymoor.mp3
Category:Field Trip -- posted at: 2:35pm PST

August 2005 - Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Katrina has devastated the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. What can we do?
Direct download: 200508_5_Katrina.mp3
Category:Editorial -- posted at: 2:33pm PST

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