This episode we are really going all over the world. We learn about how the poor Ortolan Bunting is eaten as a snack in France. In New Zealand, scientists are discovering that the nocturnal Kiwi is going blind because…well…it just doesn’t need its eyes! Samoans are making big efforts to try and bring back the Tooth-billed Pigeon from the brink of extinction. It’s also known as the Little Dodo and they want to make sure it doesn’t end up the same way. This fall, I’ve decided to leave all my dead and dying flowers the way they are, because they provide a real treat for birds. David answers a question about a lonely Crow that’s hanging around Madeline Quinn’s backyard. Amazing photography on Winner’s Circle this month! 

Have a great week, everyone!

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