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Yoav Perlman is based in a region of the world that is not often the first thought when bird nerds begin thinking about destinations to sate our birdwatching desires, but the Middle East is a great destination.  It is on an avian highway, and the movement between Africa and Europe and Asia is comparable to the annual migrations between the American land masses. Yoav is into birding, photography, ringing, sound recording, twitching, and dipping. In this episode her shares his experiences with Grant about the birds he see and studies in Israel and the Middle East in general. If you want to check out more of Yoav's interests, work and travels, have a look at his blog - yoavperlman.com And follow his socials - Facebook , Twitter and Instagram. Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency
The term "biodiversity" is thrown around and inserted into conversations all the time. But when one person says biodiversity, is the full meaning of the term conveyed to anybody listening? Dr. Holly Parsons from Birdlife Australia (Birds In Backyards) is joined by Jacinta Humphrey, a PhD candidate at LaTrobe University in Melbourne. Her research focuses on the impacts of urban development on birds at the landscape scale. Holly and Jacinta kick around a lot of the issues that are picked up in any discussion about biodiversity in an urban setting with Grant. Did we reach any consensus? BTW Sign the petition - it's urgent, and it pertains to the Blue-billed Ducks that we referenced in the show. https://www.kes.org.au/home/campaigns/lakeknox   You can watch the unedited conversation for the show, and see the upcoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
What is it like to be involved in a breeding program and managing part of an insurance population of an endangered species that is under human care?  How important are the birds that you see in free-flight displays at zoos and sanctuaries around the world? How do the birds in those shows get selected, and is it a good purpose for those birds to be put to? If you have ever wondered about any of those issues, you will enjoy hearing Chad Crittle, Senior Keeper of Birds and Free Flight at Adelaide Zoo, who supervises a wonderful team of animal professionals, delivering care for 1000 individual birds from over 100 species, talk about these issues. Adelaide Zoo is part of Zoos SA, a private foundation, which also includes Monarto Zoo, and Zoos SA participates in the captive breeding and management programs for the Regent Honeyeater, Orange-bellied Parrot, Plains-wanderer and Malleefowl. As well as supported research with animals in human care for species such as Little Penguins, Australian Sea Lions, New Zealand Fur Seals, Swift Parrots, Regent Honeyeaters, Regent Parrots, Palm Pockatoo and many others. His main passion is sharing the stories of wildlife with people who visit the Zoos SA sites, as well as directly contribute to vitally important conservation work both on site at the zoos and in the wider community. SInce 2009, Chad has presented over 3500 large scale animal shows, highlighting the work of good zoos in the conservation space and highlighting species to the thousands of visitors good zoos receive each year. Chad has also worked directly on several conservation programs including captive breeding of the critically endangered Western Swamp Tortoise, Swift Parrots, Orange-bellied Parrots and Regent Honeyeaters. You can watch the unedited conversation with Chad, many of the past conversations, and see the upcoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Dr. Sally Bryant is the Chair of the Forty-spotted Pardalote Recovery Team. The Recovery Plan for the 40-Spot is currently being updated, so the team are busy doing that. (Yes, I know we love this bird!). Over more than 30 years, Sally has worked in government and in the non-government and private sectors that are becoming increasingly important in order to adequately protect species, intact habitat and to repair potentially suitable habitat for ongoing mananagement of endangered species. Get much more details about her wonderful career (and download the current version of the Recovery Plan) at thebirdemergency.com/SallyBryant You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birde
If you have a copy of the Australian Bird Guide, then you already are familiar with some of the work of Rohan Clarke.  If you have been a keen Bird Nerd for many, many years, and consume as much information as you can about Australian Birds, then you have probably read many articles where Rohan is an author, or cited as a reference. (I know I have!) Rohan is an ecologist and ornithologist, is a Master of Environment and Sustainability, a Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Head of the 'Research Ecology' lab, in the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University. While Rohan is widely known for his interest in avian ecology, he has also done a lot of work with animals of all sorts, and is now shaping the careers of young ecologists, working on research projects of all sorts. Follow Rohan on Twitter for some fabulous bird and ecology content, particularly great pics, and some sightings updates - https://twitter.com/rohanclarke01 Here is the link to Rohan's lab (consider a career in STEM?) https://www.researchecology.com.au/ Here are a couple of recent papers that have come out of Rohan's lab at Monash University; This one is on the response to the Black Sat Bushfires and the Bristlebird rescue (open access) https://conbio.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/csp2.606… This one on some of the recent translocation work (and led by PhD student Will Mitchell) https://conbio.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdfdirect/10.1111/csp2.569 And this one is on Giant Centipedes and seabirds on Norfolk Island and the fact that the centipedes structure the food web (led by PhD student Luke Halpin) https://journals.uchicago.edu/doi/pdf/10.1086/715702 You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Dr. Holly Parsons, Manager of the Urban Birds Program at Birdlife Australia, and Grant Williams recently spoke with Dr. Joe Welklin, one of the principal researchers who originated The Fairywren Project, which has been looking into the ecology, distribution and relationships between the genus Malurus, better know as Fairywrens, in Australia. To see much more detail, the habitat photographs provided by Joe and all the updates regarding the follow-up live stream coming up on Monday May 30th, just head over to thebirdemergency.com/fairywrens You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
This episode began as a celebration of one of the most curiously named, most loved and interesting migratory species of North and Central America, the Prothonotary Warbler.  It became a very free-flowing and wide-ranging discussion about a bird that Jarod is obviously very passionate about, his connection to the migratory birds that he sees and appreciates each season, and the efforts he takes to encourage the PROWs that visit his area to breed in artificial nest boxes, made from juice or milk cartons. The Prothonotary Warbler breeds in the northern parts of the USA and Canada in wooded country, but heads south to avoid the northern winter to spend the cooler months in mangroves in central America. It's a bit of fun, as Grant and Jarod appreciate a mutual love of birds, albeit in very different places. Visit the page for this episode on thebirdemergency.com/PROW for a lot of great photos provided by Jarod. Follow Jarod Hitchings on Twitter - @ilwarblers Check out the Rare Bird Alert Facebook Group  for Jarod's area  Bob Dolgan is also a big fan of the Prothonotary Warbler, and has produced some very striking T-shirts that celebrate the PROW. You can check out one of Bob's articles here, and also check out the t-shirt. Interested in a fabulous Prothonotary Warbler T-shirt, that will also send some money towards the American Bird Conservancy? Then follow this link... You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day (WorldMigratoryBirdDay.org) and this episode we talk to Scott Pursner from the Taiwan Wild Bird Federation about the birds that move thorough Taiwan, that reside in Taiwan and the reclaimation project to maintain some disused salt pans, that had become important habitat for some rare bird species. Scott talks about the variation of the habitats that are present on Taiwain, the co-operation of the different conservation groups, citizen science and the awareness of birds by the people of Taiwan.  Scott talks about the efforts to preserve disused salt pans that had become important habitat for shorebirds when the industry had ceased. Check out Taiwan Wild Bird Federation website here Follow TWBF on Twitter Maybe you prefer TWBF on Facebook or Perhaps on Instagram You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Celebrating World Migratory Bird Day (WorldMigratoryBirdDay.org), PhD candidate, David Tan, tells us about the stunning Pittas that needlessly fall victim to BirdStrike as the migrate thorough SIngapore, why SIngapore is a great birding spot, and his adventures in Arizona, a bird hotspot in the USA. Visit David's website - https://davidbirdtan.com/ Follow David on Twitter - @g33k5p34k You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Photo courtesy - Marcus Salton What could be for fun than talking again about penguins, with somebody who has summed up their research project in a haiku? Well, in this episode, as part of the @PintOfScienceAU Takeover for 2022, you will meet Javed Riaz, who is a undertaking PhD studies on the foraging habits and prey of the Adelie Penguin, in the Australian Antarctic territory. Adélie penguins are indicators of the health of their ecosystem. By studying the foraging behaviour and habitat, Javed expects to further understand the movement behaviour and foraging strategies of Adélie penguins, and their relationship with oceanographic parameters and the regional prey-field. This is critical knowledge in order to highlight regional forage areas and predict likely impacts and responses under future krill harvesting and climate scenarios. Research project in a haiku: Adelie penguins Diving and foraging Among the sea ice Here is a link to a summary of Javed's research - https://mpredlab.org/team/javed-riaz Follow Javed on Twitter - https://twitter.com/JavedZRiaz Check out these other accounts on Twitter if you are interested in Antarctic research coming out of Australia; Australian Antarctic Division: @AusAntarctic IMAS: @IMASUTAS Marine Predator Lab: @mpred_lab You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Something we have returned to time and time again in The Bird Emergency is how we have removed the nesting opportunities for birds that require hollows, and the need for shelter by all sorts of wildlife. Thankfully, there are many people looking at other options, other than waiting 100 years or so for natural hollows to form. Dr. Kylie Soanes tells me about some of the options being explored in Melbourne, and some of the new materials being employed. Here's a link to a Pursuit article about Dan's fancy nest boxes that we were discussing; https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/articles/new-design-tech-offers-hope-for-urban-wildlife   and the paper itself, which is open access https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13806   Follow Kylie on Twitter here - https://twitter.com/kyliesoanes   Kylie is a bit of a rockstar on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@drkyliesoanes   You can check out the work of Kylie's lab, School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences , The University of Melbourne - www.lifeontheverge.com.au     You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Have you ever considered brushing up on your bird-watching skills in a more formal and structured way?  Are you just starting out and would like to get a headstart on the years it takes to get to know the best methods to identify any bird you see around you?  Do you have kids, or know someone who is just getting into the great pasttime of bird-watching, and you would like to encourage them to take the interest further? If you thought "YES" to any of those things, then you might be interested in a new course being run by Ricki Coughlan, ornithologist and very experienced bird-watching guide. Ricki told me about the reasons for the course, how it is structured, and how anyone will benefit from it.   Enrolment is open now! You can enrol in the course here. - https://aussiewild.com.au/bird-watching Follow Ricki on Twitter - @RickiCoughlan You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
As we move from traditional power generation methods we may be introducing significant new threats into the landscape. For many years Hamish Cumming has been trying to protect the Brolgas of western Victoria against the proliferation of windfarms in the prime habitat of the southern population of the Brolga, one of Australia's two crane species, and the only endemic. Trying to increase the safe buffer zone distance between wind turbines and the feeding, roosting and breeding grounds of the Brolga has been a long term commitment by Hamish. You may be surprised how a government department charged with protecting vulnerable species can behave.  I hope you learn something about Brolgas, and gain some insight about the issues that transitioning to a new power-generating economy will raise.  Meet Hamish Cumming and the Brolgas of western Victoria. You can support the efforts to protect the Brolgas of western Victoria here - https://www.gofundme.com/f/Save-Southern-Brolgas-from-Extinction Follow Hamish on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamishcumming You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
World Penguin Day has ambushed me! Truth be know, I did not even know it existed!  Luckily when I saw some Twitter talk about it, I had an episode just about ready to go!  Please enjoy hearing Dr Ursula Ellenberg, from the Tawaki Project tell me about the marvellous penguin, the Tawaki, or as we know it in Australia, the Fiordland Penguin. Tawaki is one of the crested penguins, that are found in the sub-antarctic zone, and the vulnerable Tawaki is found in the southernmost parts of the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand. It seems very fitting that we release this episode on ANZAC Day, a very significant day in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, which is also the day we think about the penguins of the world. Here is the story of the origin of World Penguin Day.  https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/world-penguin-day/ Check out the Tawaki Project here - https://www.tawaki-project.org/ Support the project on Patreon if you can - https://www.patreon.com/TawakiProject Follow Ursula on Twitter here - https://twitter.com/ulnberg You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
When I was a youngster, I used to imagine being able to venture into the dense schlerophyll eucalyptus forests of eastern Australia with the chance to see the majestic, slightly terrifying but aptly named Powerful Owl.  This bird is the largest of the Australian owls, and has adapted to living in the suburbs and cities, as agriculture, forestry, bushfires and urban sprawl alter or eliminate the preferred habitat of this possum hunter. Bronwyn Isaac has studied some of the Powerful Owls that have moved into the suburbs of Melbourne, and have become successfully established.  Hear about her work, and learn a lot about the Powerful Owl. Follow Bronwyn on Twitter - https://twitter.com/raptorecologist You can find Bronwyn here on LinkedIn Bronwyn also has cute pics of owls on her Facebook. You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Birdlife Australia always has a range of projects underway to learn more about our endangered birds, and to design the important programs to try to ensure the survival of the most at-risk species in Australia. Dr. Holly Parsons, Manager of the Urban Birds program at Birdlife Australia talks to Grant about these projects. (There was too much for one episode - next one follows) Bird-friendly Gardens Orange-bellied Parrot surveys Act For Birds petitions Glossy Black-Cockatoos Gang-gang Cockatoos The Bird Emergency website - www.thebirdemergency.com Check out Birds In Backyards at Birdlife Australia You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Birdlife Australia always has a range of projects underway to learn more about our endangered birds, and to design the important programs to try to ensure the survival of the most at-risk species in Australia. Dr. Holly Parsons, Manager of the Urban Birds program at Birdlife Australia talks to Grant about these projects. (There was too much for one episode - next one follows) Wings on King (King Island Bird surveys) Bitterns - Soundscapes Shorebirds Powerful Owls Gang-gang Cockatoos Birds In Schools Birds In Backyards Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos surveys The Bird Emergency website - www.thebirdemergency.com Check out Birds In Backyards at Birdlife Australia You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
You may have always been familiar with turtle doves the same way I was - a childhood song that also references pear trees and partridges....  It may surprise you to know that turtle doves are becoming scarce in the UK. I wanted to know more, so I spoke with Charlotte O'Neill, who is a student in Falmouth in the UK, a dab hand with a camera, and really interested in the wildlife around her...  including turtle doves. Hear about the demise, and some of the actions being undertaken to arrest it, and also what it is like in the Doc Martin part of the UK. Follow Charlotte on Twitter - https://twitter.com/Lotty_ONeill and https://linktr.ee/Lotty_ONeill You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Grant and Dr. Holly Parsons, Manager of the Urban Birds program at Birdlife Australia, are joined by Fiona Backhouse and Matthew Hall, who have both recently completed their fieldword, analysis and writing their PhD theses, on the Albert's Lyrebird and Brush Turkey, respectively. This is the recording of the regular live stream, when Holly joins Grant at 1.00 pm every second Monday afternoon to discuss birds getting along with people.  More information is available on The Bird Emergency website, just click here to go to the shownotes for this bonus episode, and to get more details about Albert's Lyrebird, Brush Turkeys and our guests. You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
Milly Formby is amazing! A zoologist, artist, author and now, an Adventurer! Meet Milly and learn about the amazing Wing Threads project, which will see her fly a microlight aircraft around Australia, visiting schools and communities along the way, Sharing The Awesomeness of Shorebirds from 5000ft! Hear Milly discuss the origin of the project, the plannings, the setbacks and why she loves the migratory shorebirds that journey from southern Australia to north Asia and beyond each year, and back. The circumnavigation of Australia by air is representative of the distance these amazing birds fly twice each year! Support the fundraising effort by Milly at thebirdemergency.com/supportmilly Pre-order the book now! You can watch many of the past conversations, and see the upsoming interviews live at thebirdemergency.com/live Subscribe to on The Bird Emergency on YouTube Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency  If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency And if you want to support what Grant is doing with the show, why not buy him a coffee? (It's currently a flat soy with no sweeteners.) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency
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