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Ep 8: Year in Review

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Content:

00:00 Intro to updates – reviews of 2016
04:35 Top successful wildlife quests of the year
09:04 Unexpected wildlife win of the year
12:16 Mammal of the year
14:12 Bird of the year
18:20 Plant of the year
20:00 Wild Place of the year
24:50 Topic: 99 reasons why 2016 was a good year
40:30 Looking forward to 2017

Links & Pics We Promised:

Ep 6: Pizza, Values and Winter

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Content:

00:42 Charlene’s F-Quest results!
05:24 Leigh talks about the trip to Falmouth
11:10 Morgan talks about Congress Avenue bats in Austin
16:32 Leigh’s bird ringing expedition
25:09 Why do we not choose to protect the planet more?
42:23 What do ecologists do in winter?
47:27 What are we reading: Daughter of Eden by Chris Beckett

Wild Places:

Links & Pics We Promised:

What are you Reading (Reviews):

Ep 3: Specialise or Generalise

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Content:

00:15 Updates on our Bird Listing & Wildlife Sightings
16:48 Moth Trapping
31:35 Specialising or Generalising in ecology
45:25 What Are You Reading (Recommendations)

Wild Places:

Recording Schemes:

Kit & Other Stuff:

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The green one is more complete with greater detail on distribution, ecology, etc, but the orange is a concise version. We recommend getting the orange spiral bound one! But they are the same book with the same number of species in them.

Links & Pics We Promised:

Chinese Water Deer!! OMG! #mammals

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  • TED talk about being a polymath:

What are you Reading (Reviews):

  • Apple app – Collins Bird Guide (double check if on Android?).

FYI:

Wiki on Egyptian Geese:

This is a largely terrestrial species, which will also perch readily on trees and buildings. ….

This species will nest in a large variety of situations, especially in holes in mature trees in parkland.

The female builds the nest from reeds, leaves and grass, and both parents take turns incubating

eggs. [8] Egyptian geese usually pair for life. Both the male and female care for the offspring until they

are old enough to care for themselves. [13]

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