This Birding Life

Episode 48: A Visit to the British Bird Fair, Part I

TBL Host Bill Thompson, III, interviews a few of the many interesting personalities at the British Birdwatching Fair, an event held each August at Rutland Water Preserve in central England. Posted Wed, 10 Dec 2014.

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    Julie Zickefoose shares a blog post written by her dear friend, Kris Hodgkins "Hodge" Macomber. It's a lovely tribute to Massachusetts birding luminary Bob Stymiest, and its message--be always kind--is one we could all stand to live by. Featured in the digital edition of BWD, January/February 2015. Posted Wed, 10 Dec 2014.

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    Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds show #505

    On show #505: A very small Mystery Bird and a very loud Featured Feathered Friend. Posted Sun, 21 Dec 2014.

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