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Dr. Sidney A. Gauthreaux, Jr. in front of a television monitor that shows tracks of migrating birds at night recoded with a thermal imaging camera. The display of a vertically pointing radar is inserted on the side of the thermal image. The vertically pointing radar is used to measure the height of the birds observed with the thermal imaging camera. ©Carroll Belser. All Rights Reserved.

Episode #112: Sidney Gauthreaux

Sidney Gauthreaux Jr. Ph.D. leading radar ornithologist talks about using radars to quantify Trans-Gulf of Mexico bird migration.

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Jim Fowler, Andean Condor. Photos courtesy of ©Jim Fowler Archives. All Rights Reserved. Photos may not be used without written permission. Please respect the wishes of the Fowler Family.

Episode #111: Jim Fowler

Jim Fowler, one of the world’s most recognized naturalists, has presented information about wildlife and wild places to the american public on television for more than 40 years. Jim Fowler talks with Host, Mardi Dickinson of BirdCallsRadio about his adventures through the years.

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Episode #110: Connecticut Bird Atlas

The Connecticut Bird Atlas will map all species found in the state during both breeding,nesting and nonbreeding ,non-nesting seasons. Bird Calls Radio talks with Chris Elphick to clarify this important Breeding Bird Survey project.

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Westport CT CBC 2017 Norwalk Islands, CT. l. to r. Mardi Dickinson, Compiler; Capt Charlie Wetmore; Morgan Wetmore; Townsend Dickinson Co-Compiler; Larry Flynn. ©Mardi Welch Dickinson /KymryGroup™ All Rights Reserved.

Episode #109: Westport CT CBC

Bird Calls Radio reports on the Westport CT Christmas Bird Count by joining a field party on count day.

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Helen Hays, Director of Great Gull Island Project ©Joe DiCostanzo All Rights Reserved

Episode #108: Helen Hays

Helen Hays has directed, since 1969, the ongoing Tern Research project on Great Gull Island designed to study and preserve this major colony for the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, which gained control of the Island in 1949. Today, Great Gull Island tern colony makes this the largest such colony of Roseate’s in the Western Hemisphere.

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Episode #107: Paul Baicich

Paul Baicich Co-Author of The Crossley ID Guide Waterfowl stops by to talk with Bird Calls Radio on saving waterfowl and wetlands, wing cut outs, food and conservation.

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