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Welcome to On The Wing for September 2007

Direct download: 200709_1_Index.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:31am PST

Roger Orness and others have been tracking the progress of a Northern Harrier nest at the Kent Ponds, south of Seattle.

Green River Natural Resources Area
Bird Surveys at the Green River Natural Resources Area

Direct download: 200709_2_Harriers.mp3
Category:Field Trip -- posted at: 9:29am PST

Events Calendar for September 2007:

Alabama Coastal BirdFest
Autumn Migration Birding Festival
Alaska Bald Eagle Festival

Direct download: 200709_3_Events.mp3
Category:Events -- posted at: 9:25am PST

From Kate's garden in Birmingham UK.

Direct download: 200709_4_NFAEG.mp3
Category:Notes From An English Garden -- posted at: 9:22am PST

Professor John Marzluff is conducting an experiment on the University of Washington campus, investigating how crows recognize human faces.

John Marzluff

Direct download: 200709_5_Crows.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 9:20am PST

Southern Cross Peregrine Project
Photo by Zach Smith courtesy of Falcon Research Group
Bud Anderson describes the revolutionary Southern Cross Peregrine Project, which will use satellite tracking to follow the migration of Peregrine Falcons from Chile to the Arctic. This location information is interpreted via Google Earth - so you can easily follow along. Technologies mesh to support exciting research!

Falcon Research Group
Southern Cross Peregrine Project

Segment length: 31:46
Direct download: 200705_SouthernCrossPeregrineProject.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 10:03am PST

Audubon - Fighting Global Warming 1
For Earth Day 2007, Audubon Washington presented "Unleashing the Power of Audubon - Fighting Global Warming". Nina Carter introduced the program.

Direct download: 200704_Audubon_1.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 2:55pm PST

Audubon - Fighting Global Warming 2
Gordon Orians spoke on "Ecological Effects of Climate Change".

Blackbirds of the Americas

Direct download: 200704_Audubon_2.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 2:50pm PST

Audubon - Fighting Global Warming 3
John Flicker, President and CEO, National Audubon Society, presented "Unleashing the Power of Audubon - Fighting Global Warming".

National Audubon Society

Direct download: 200704_Audubon_3.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 2:45pm PST

Audubon - Fighting Global Warming 4
Nina Carter, Executive Director, Audubon Washington, discussed Audubon Washington's efforts directed at global warming issues.

Audubon Washington

Direct download: 200704_Audubon_4.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 2:40pm PST

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