Birdy. Proudly nerdy. Detailed. Not-so-subtly obsessive. Delve into all things birding and birding culture with George Armistead, Alvaro Jaramillo, and Mollee Brown. Join us for light-hearted conversations on birds, conservation, travel, and more.
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Marshall Iliff joins us for this interview episode where we discuss big days, vagrancies, and more!
Covid hit the pod, but didnt keep us down for long. Were back to catch up on spring migration, The Biggest Week in Birding Festival, west coast pelagic research, and a curious towhee behavior. more
Its all over the news, but is there concrete evidence that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker still exists in the United States? George and Alvaro discuss these magnificent woodpeckers along with updates from Alvaros tour in Cuba. more
Keep giving a shoutout to Icterids! They are a constant source of entertainment for me and my family at our platform bird feeder. Their postures and behavior, as well as interactions with other birds is worth watching.
Always time well spent and I always look forward to the next one. I’m already an enthusiastic birder but George and Alvaro get me even more stoked about it.
Birding “…is like seeing old friends but learning new things about them.” Yes! I love the casual conversation of kindred spirits about one of my favorite topics! *adds Churchill, Manitoba to travel list*
I’m giving this podcast five stars as a thank you to Alvaro for sharing his hearing loss story. I’m a woman birder in my early 40s, been birding for 20+ years, and I recently lost my hearing in one ear in a similar experience to Alvaro’s. Your story gave me hope, comfort, and inspiration. Thank you!
Fun conversations led by Molly and George. Sign me up for a trip to Uganda!
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Life List: A Birding Podcast launched a year ago and published 23 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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