Summary My guests today are Scott Whittle and Mike Lanzone of Project Terra and Cellular Tracking Technologies. Scott is a bird expert and author. His passion for the natural world has led to co-authoring The Warbler Guide, the Warbler Guide App, and contributing to the Birdgenie bird song identification app. Scott Whittle Mike is a … More #22: Project Terra – Wildlife Tracking in Your Own Backyard with Scott Whittle and Mike Lanzone
While you are welcome to listen to my show using the above link, you can help me grow my reach by listening through one of the podcast services (Apple, Google, Stitcher, etc) linked on the right. And while you’re there, will you please consider subscribing? Summary My guest in this episode is Dr. Yiwei Wang. … More #20: Dr. Yiwei Wang – Bird Observatories, Plovers, and Pumas, Oh My!
While you are welcome to listen to my show using the above link, you can help me grow my reach by listening through one of the podcast services (Apple, Google, Stitcher, etc) linked on the right. And while you’re there, will you please consider subscribing? Summary My guest today is Alvaro Jaramillo. Alvaro is a … More #17: Alvaro Jaramillo – Birding Your Best Life
Summary My guest in this episode is Brian Sullivan. Brian is a long-time leader at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, where he currently serves as Digital Publications Lead, managing the Birds of the World project, and he has previously served as project leader for eBird from 2005 to 2017. Brian has conducted fieldwork on birds … More #14: Brian Sullivan – eBird, Birds of the World, and the intersection of Technology, Birding and Ornithological Media
Summary My guest in this episode is Ashley Ahearn. Ashley is an award winning public radio and podcast journalist. She recently created and published the critically acclaimed podcast series called “Grouse”. Grouse explores life in rural America through the lens of the controversial Greater Sage-Grouse. The series also delves into Ashley’s own unique journey to … More #13: Ashley Ahearn – Creator of the Podcast Series “Grouse” on the Art of Storytelling and Science Communication
Summary My guest today is Mike Bergin. Mike is the creator of 10,000 Birds, one of the oldest, and one of the most popular birding websites on the planet. Mike was an early pioneer of nature blogging, carving a playbook for others to follow, and creating a community of birding bloggers. This carries on today, … More #10: Mike Bergin – 10,000 Birds – Lessons from Pioneering an Online Nature Community
Summary Matthew Dodder is the Executive Director of the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society – but that is just the tip of the iceberg. Matthew’s journey into the world of nature conservation and education began with a blizzard in Massachusetts. Matthew’s journey took him through seminary school and into a career in graphic design and … More #2: Matthew Dodder – From Silicon Valley to Audubon Chapter Director – Show Notes
Summary You might already know Dorian from his epic 2014 Biking for Birds adventure – 17830 miles over 365 days, through blizzards, heat waves and crazy drivers. The goal of this trip was to see as many bird species as possible (called a Big Year) in order to reset his life and simultaneously raise money … More #1: Dorian Anderson – 17830 Miles of Biking for Birds – Show Notes