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I’ve only listened to a couple episodes so far but I’m really enjoying it. I’ve found solace in nature my whole life and often that feels like zooming out from our human concerns making them seem infinitesimal. One thing this podcast doesn’t do is shy away from sociological human issues. It’s done in a way that feels relevant and important with a joy that feels both familiar and surprising. Highly recommended.
I discovered Tenijah Hamilton through an interview on the Nature Guys podcast. Now I’ve listened to all of these episodes over the last week. She has a unique perspective than any bird nerd I’ve heard and I love seeing things through different eyes and I can’t wait for new episodes.
This is great for anyone, because you only need to listen and picture the birds and love them more. You don’t even need to be going outside - bird watching from your window is great. You can also do things to help birds survive, like a little food in the winter, or offer water in the summer. Reduce pesticides and put out a bushy plant in a pot, you will be doing something concrete to help the birds around you.
I can't sing the praises of this podcast enough, I love love love it. Tenijah Hamilton is a fantastic host - funny, relatable, curious, and insightful, and her guests have opened my mind and eyes in so many ways. It is fully accessible and engaging for birders and non-birders alike, and provides so many insights into the intersections of nature, accessibility, race, gender, mental health, conservation, and more. It's wonderful!
Love this podcast! So immersive and through the information provided here, I also got my husband into birds and involved with Black birders 💕
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Bring Birds Back launched 3 years ago and published 36 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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