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Emily Williams has traveled the world in search of birds. As a biologist, she’s worked in Kansas, Argentina, Australia, and Denali, and studied loons, flycatchers, kingbirds, and more. And even with all these experiences and diverse species interactions, she’s now...
Dr Jennifer Campbell-Smith talks about her inspiration for Birds Across Borders and how it connects students to the world around them.
Thomas Kincaid and his family gain a feathered family member when he stops to remove a fallen branch from the road.
Learn more about Nancee and her unique painting and carving style in this Women's History Month special!
In this interview, conducted in Saint Clair, PA, Logan Maurer (age 17) interviews her Uncle's friend David Adams (65), about the different aspects of his life. Dave Adams reveals the worst parts of living in New York City and why...
Siblings, Lorrie Keating Heinemann (60) and Robert Keating (61), interview their sister, Patricia "Pat" Keating (78), about her early life, her work, her hobbies, and how she learned to navigate life as a blind person. They also share some favorite...
Friends and colleagues, Sue Reel (66) and Lisa Bickell (45), share a conversation about the Montana Natural History Center.
Scott Rashid, Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI) talks about creating habitat for kestrels and barn owls.
Learn about how this grassroots club got started and how it continues to continue the tradition of Barnegat Bay decoy carving by inspiring the next generation.
How birds have influenced the life and career of Kharli a naturalist from the Puget Sound area.
A special Colibri (hummingbird) makes a special visit. Photo by Mick Thompson.
KL interviews TL about her community & community service, her sense of home, and the love of nature, plants, and animals they both share as mother and daughter.
When you focus more on connections than commit-ments in open source, what do you say yes to? Richard talks about open source as an evolving collective and commons unbounded by strict definitions, working in the open with creativity and joy,...