On this episode, Missy shows us how to set up a branch with a tree stand to create a natural looking studio to photograph birds. Dr. Bird answers a question about someone seeing less birds and their feeders and different reasons why that might happen. This week’s EnviroMinute challenge is to recycle old and unused clothing by bringing it to a local charity. If you don’t have a local charity, I can provide some resources for some online. In the headlines, fritted glass for the new Bell Museum in Minnesota helps save energy and reduce bird collisions. The plant based poison 1080 is being used in New Zealand and is really helping a lot of endangered species by keeping the rodent population down. And a multi-million dollar renovation project in Hawaii is put on hold because a White Tern was spotted nesting in one of the construction areas.

Enjoy the show!

View the full episode here.

Backyard Feeding – Use a Tree Stand and a Branch to Make an Interesting Perch to Photograph Birds

Ask Dr. Bird – Why am I Seeing Fewer Birds at My Feeders?

EnviroMinute – Recycle Old or Unused Clothing to Reduce Waste

The Headlines

Winner’s Circle

Resources for Online Charities

Madre.org
http://www.bbbsfoundation.org
Soles4souls.org
http://www.goodwill.org/donate-and-shop/donate-stuff/
Salvationarmy.org

Home

http://www.careergear.org/
http://fairygodmothersinc.org/donate/
Shareyoursoles.org
Changepurse.org
Indigorescue.org
Onesight.org
Unitedway.org
Redcross.org
Bridesacrossamerica.com

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