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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 PDT

December 2006 - Paul Bannick, Bird Photographer Paul Bannick is a naturalist and bird photographer. He shares insights on nature and photographing it.

paulbannick.com
Conservation Northwest

Direct download: 200612_2_PaulBannick.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 9:05pm PDT

Trumpeter Swans have been dying from lead poisoning. Martha Jordan of the Trumpeter Swan Society wants to find the source of the lead shot that the swans are ingesting.

Trumpeter Swan Society
Trumpeter Swan Society - Washington
Lead Poisoning in Washington Swans
Direct download: 200612_6_MarthaJordan.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 9:01pm PDT

May 2006 - Long-Bill Syndrome (Photo by Bud Anderson)
Bud Anderson describes Long-Bill Syndrome, a disturbing abnormal growth of birds' beaks and bills.

If you spot a bird with a misshapen beak, take note of the bird's species and location and call Bud Anderson at (360) 757-1911 or e-mail him at bud@frg.org

Falcon Research Group
Bill Deformities in Songbirds


Direct download: 200605_3_LongBillSyndrome.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 9:10pm PDT

February 2006 - PAWS Western Grebe Rescue (Photo courtesy of PAWS Wildlife Center)
In January 2006, a group of nearly 60 Western Grebes were found stranded and starving on the beach at Ocean Shores, Washington. They were taken to the PAWS wildlife rehabilitation center in Lynnwood, Washington.

PAWS
PAWS Wild Again Newsletter
Direct download: 200602_4_PAWSWesternGrebeRescue.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 9:07am PDT

May 2005 - Ivory-Billed Woodpecker On The Wing interviews Dr Jerome A. Jackson, author of In Search of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, about the recent announcement that the bird still survives.
Direct download: 3IBWO.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 10:15am PDT

Seattle Audubon Master Birder Jim Flynn discusses his new Raptor Nest Data Project.

e-mail Jim Flynn
Seattle Audubon Society Master Birder Class
Direct download: 5RNDP.mp3
Category:Interview -- posted at: 10:15am PDT

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