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The magnificent Bluethroat of the Arctic

BluethroatLuscinia svecicaAKA: Red-spotted bluethroat, White-spotted bluethroat, A small robin-like bird, the male is unmistakable in spring with his bright blue throat, bordered below with bands of black, white and chestnut. Its central throat spot...


 2006-07-06  6m

My apologies and a whiskered screech owl....

  First of all I feel I have to apologize for the lack of podcasts this year, I had all good intensions to keep them rolling but my work has gotten in the way, now I have to produce these great little broadcasts when I can…..Thank god for...


 2006-06-20  2m

Western Gull Colony on Alcatraz Island

Recorded on Alcatraz island, the colony of some 3000 Western Gulls that inhabit the rock.


 2005-10-05  7m

ANWR rally, September 20th Washington DC

September 20, 2005 (Washington, DC) - Thousands of Americans from across the country gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol this morning to voice their opposition to plans to drill the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Following a rally on the...


 2005-09-28  26m

Saving the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

BIRDS OF ANWR The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge I took it upon myself to visit the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge once I believed that oil exploration would become inevitable under the present administration (George W Bush ) I set out again in...


 2005-08-23  24m

Colima Warbler, Big Bend. Texas

I took a trip to Big Bend National Park intent on recording the Colima Warbler. There are probably some 200 pairs here in the park and Big Bend is the only place in Northern America where they breed, High up in the Chisos Mountains. Each spring/summer...


 2005-08-09  3m

Common Murre on Tatoosh Island. WA

8/24/2005 Common Murre Tatoosh Island WA. What a fabulous experience, I was invited by the University of Washington to stay with the Biologists on the Island and record birds, this recording was done in a blind right in the center of the Murre colony....


 2005-08-08  7m