Lost birds and how to bring them back

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Date
2019-10-04
Main contributors
Fallon, Katie; McCabe, Janet; Ketterson, Ellen; Einstein, Jacob; Miles, Emily; Shanahan, James; Hochachka, Wesley
Summary
In fewer than 50 years, North America has lost 2.9 billion birds, nearly a third of the 1970 population. In this episode, the team explores the significance of birds, the story of one unloved variety and the ways people can work to bring back our feathered friends. Hint: a big one is birding. 2:15 - black vulture story with Katie Fallon from the Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia 11:00 - interview between Janet McCabe and IU's own Ellen Ketterson 24:00 - bird loss vox pop with Jacob Einstein and Emily Miles, featuring voices from around the IU campus 29:30 - interview between Jim Shanahan and Wesley Hochachka from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology 
Publisher
The Media School
Genre
Interview
Subjects
Birds; Environmentalism
Location
North America (general region)
Collection
In This Climate_Podcast
Unit
The Media School
Language
English
Other Identifier
Other: MSA.ITC.000003

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