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Scott V Edwards Jun 27
All this tweeting has been noticed by : Thanks for helping make some noise! Other great articles there too about , More (and more impactful) to come
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Jamey Redway 🌻 Jun 29
I am proud to work for BTO! and to share my thoughts of diversity in birding! Very grateful for the opportunities presented from to speak out more about creative an inclusive environment for all 👏🏽
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PatMacRN Jul 3
Wait... have we ever had a or trend on Twitter???? 👀👀👀 ive learned some much from and
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Science on Tap Jun 30
We were here for , and now we’re loving . So, why are these movements to celebrate Black scientists and their achievements so important? We'll tell you why! Click the link to find out more.
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Hannah G. Jul 2
After watching and taking my time learning during I can’t wait to check this out!
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Hunter Richards 🔬👩‍🔬👩‍🔧👩‍💻🌿♻️ Jun 26
has left a lasting impression, even inspiring similar actions with to continue increasing the visibility of Black naturalists. 🌿 drew the women behind and 🌿
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Seattle Audubon Jul 1
Seattle Audubon is concerned by acts of censorship within online birding groups, following the Central Park attack on Christian Cooper and throughout . Read our full statement on our website:
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Richard Cissel (she/her) Jul 3
Replying to @bellzisbirding
We don’t know all the Black people in a 20 mile radius of us. That’s why we’ve been making all these hashtags like . Because we lack the community we wish we had in real life. Look thru the tag and follow people. dassit.
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Scott V Edwards Jun 30
Mystery bird solved! Not much to see but the song is from a Dickcissel Had been hearing them for 2 days in IN and finally linked the song with the bird-a joy of . Also, unexpected bald eagle circling over me and the corn fields
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WGBH Jul 1
"I don't think there's any more powerful inducement to someone to take something up than to see people like them doing it already." ICYMI: Christian Cooper discussed his appreciation for with
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WGBH Jun 30
"Even though I will probably be the only Black person in my physical space that I see, I know that I’m not actually alone." Biologist Corina Newsome talks to about the motivation behind and its potential lasting impact →
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Casey Girard Jun 27
may have been a couple weeks ago, but I'm still celebrating and this is she birds and studies fish. Follow her great work.
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Stephanie Jul 3
I may have missed , but here are a pair of Downy Woodpeckers in my yard on 6/30.
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Andrea Durant Jul 2
Add us to the list of folks inspired by . Except we require an app for that. Spotted a downy woodpecker.
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Mokgatla Molepo *Avifaunal specialist* Jul 3
Missed I was in the field looking for birds. Here's what I found in Northern & Western Cape provinces.
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The Nature Conservancy Jul 2
“If you’re wondering why many of us are talking about being a naturalist right now: Our safety during fieldwork and hobbies is endangered by whiteness and police violence." Nature Insights with a co-organizer of via .
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Natalie Self 1h
Look at this beauty! isn’t just a week!
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Laurel Mundy Jul 1
So happy to see take a stance on this! I was banned from the Facebook group Western Washington Birders because I commented in support of a post.
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FER @NC State Jun 30
Don't miss the Black Birders Week Science Cafe hosted by this Thursday from 7-8 PM. This cafe will feature Deja Perkins (), FWCB grad student and an organizer of . View live here:
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TheSmallWombat Jun 26
I’m crying right now! Yes, yes yes! I love this. More Black birders. More Black scientists. More Black outdoors enthusiasts. The world needs this. Uplift, make space, and listen. This is fucking everything 😍
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