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Friday, May 8, 2009

It's all about Spring Migration on BirdwatchRadio

One of the online programs I really enjoy listening to is BirdwatchRadio. BirdwatchRadio is hosted by its creator Steve Moore. It's a podcast that discusses a variety of topics pertinent to birds and birdwatchers. Through BirdwatchRadio Steve offers a variety interesting interviews and conversations with people who represent all areas of birding - authors, artists, columnists, bloggers, professionals and back-yard birders.

A new episode (#21) of BirdwatchRadio is out and believe it or not, yours truly has a small part in it. This episode is about spring migration and Steve has asked a number of listeners and others within the birding community to give their thoughts and feelings about the spring migration. Thanks again Steve for the opportunity!

So, check it out when you get a chance, and while your there, go ahead and subscribe via iTunes or RSS Feed so you can listen to more of this great program. You can also download each program in MP3 format and listen on your computer if you'd like.

 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

You do realize that people right click to open new browser tabs, right?

Alan said...

Honestly, I didn't realize that. I'll see about updating my code...

Thanks for informing me.

Kelly said...

Cool! Thanks for reminding me of Birdwatch Radio. I stumbled upon it a while back, but then forgot about it...

Kelly said...

I listened to the show while I visited my favorite blogs. Julie Zickefoose, Mike Bergin, Victor Emanuel...and you! Nice job (I don't think I would have been brave enough to do that.)

Alan said...

Thanks so much Kelly! This was a first for me and YES, I was nervous. I don't consider myself a great speaker by no means...

We had to redo one seen where I messed up my words a little, but other than that it wasn't too bad.

dAwN said...

I will check out the show..Met Steve while at the Space coast bird festival.
How was the Dismal Swamp????????

Moria said...

Wow, thanks for sharing this podcast! I'm listening to it now and it's really interesting.