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Posted on October 9th, 2015 in Podcasts, Wildlife | No Comments »

Photo credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Digital Library

For this podcast we discuss the fall migration of our feathered reptiles, also known as birds. Just about anywhere you are this time of year, you might notice flocks of birds forming in the sky or new visitors on your bird feeders. My guest this week is Dr. Barny Dunning, an avid birder and an ornithologist at Purdue University. He is without question our resident expert on anything related to birds.

Our host, Dr. Rod Williams, will discuss the patterns of bird migration, how weather affects the timing and during of migration, and ask Dr. Dunning about some of the most spectacular migrations in the region.

Listen here:
Boiler Up for Wildlife: Flying South for the Winter, Got Nature? Podcasts
iTunes – Got Nature? Podcasts

Indiana Audubon Society
Birds of Benton County, Indiana, Purdue Extension-The Education Store
Breeding Birds and Forest Management: the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment and the Central Hardwoods Region, The Education Store

Dr. John “Barny” Dunning, Professor of Wildlife Ecology
Department of Forestry & Natural Resources, Purdue University

Dr. Rod Williams, Associate Professor of Wildlife Science
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University

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