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John Kessler
ALL BLUES Host, Bass-master, Producer
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Audubon SC Jul 18
Learn why the Anhinga is also known the "snakebird" in this episode.
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NYU Law Jul 12
Are you a podcast listener? Prof. shares some of the podcasts he's listening to this summer: The podcast, , and 's Without Fail.
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BirdNote Jul 15
We all know James Bond as a slick spy, but the character was actually named after an ornithologist:
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Yashar Ali 🐘 Jul 14
I want this paper plane
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BirdNote Jul 14
Birds are an inspiration for all kinds of music. Jazz is no exception, from Raymond Scott’s “The Penguin” to Dave Brubeck’s “Strange Meadowlark:”
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BirdNote Jul 13
Need an escape this weekend? Listen to our Sound Escapes podcast and take our survey. We'll send you a BirdNote 2020 calendar as a token of our appreciation.
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Audubon Society Jul 13
Musicians of all styles draw inspiration from birds. Listen to a few examples here, courtesy of :
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BirdNote Jul 11
When birds migrate, what routes do they take? Where do they stop for food and shelter? New tools like advanced weather radar, crowdsourcing, and geolocators are helping us learn more about where birds go and when:
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BirdNote Jul 8
What do you think about the Sound Escapes podcast? Take our survey and we'll send you a BirdNote 2020 calendar as a token of our appreciation.
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Audubon SC Jul 9
Musicians of all styles draw inspiration from birds. Listen to a few examples here, courtesy of .
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Audubon Society Jul 8
Musicians of all styles draw inspiration from birds. Listen to a few examples here, courtesy of :
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Audubon Society Jul 7
Have you ever wondered why some birds stand around on one leg? has some answers:
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John Kessler Jul 6
Now I'm going to get nightmares all over again!
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John Kessler Jul 6
True story: I grew up in Manhattan in the 60's. When I was about 7 yrs we saw Margaret Hamilton walking in Central Park. That scared me more than the movie! Wicked Witch lives in my city!!
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John Kessler Jul 5
It all scared me esp the flying monkeys. (That would be a good band name)
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BirdNote Jul 2
Canada Jays will crash your picnic even faster than pesky ants! No wonder they earned the nickname “Camp Robbers.” Learn more about these picnic birds on today’s show:
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BirdNote Jul 1
Male peacocks shake their tails to make a rustling sound that attracts a mate. Scientists call this the peacock’s “train rattle.” You might also call it the sound of peacock love.
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BirdNote Jul 1
That tail isn't just for show... the rustling sound really gets the attention of females! Learn more on today's show:
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John Kessler Jun 27
Replying to @PreetBharara
Harris the only credible candidate
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John Kessler Jun 26
Replying to @SethAbramson
Warren, Castro, Booker
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