Date: 6/20/20 12:06 pm
From: Ellen Blackstone <ellenblackstone...>
Subject: [Tweeters] BirdNote, last week and the week of June 21, 2020
Hello, Tweeters! Happy Summer Solstice 2020!

And Happy Fathers Day to all the fathers out there, avian and otherwise!
-- With a photo of Stewart, the Peregrine that nested on the "WAMU Tower" in downtown Seattle for several years, starting in 1994 -- Photo by Ruth Taylor

Enjoy the latest episode of Sound Escapes with Gordon Hempton --
The Song of the Paddle:
Travel by canoe through Voyageurs National Park in northern Minnesota
Heard last week on BirdNote:
* Instrumental Bird Sounds
* Do Woodpeckers Harpoon Their Prey?
* Paradise-Whydah Puts on Its Party Clothes!
* How Much Do Birds Sing?
* Two Meadowlarks and a Poem
* Hermit Thrush: Ethereal Singer
* Summer Solstice - Dawn Songs
Next week on BirdNote:
When It Comes to Feathers... The Redder, the Better?
+ An Uncommonly Fine Duet: The Common Potoo & Nancy Rumbel
+ A Tiny Bird That Plays a Big Trick
-- and more!
Check 'em out!
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Ellen Blackstone, BirdNote
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