18 Burst results for "Audubon Center"
"audubon center" Discussed on BirdTalk Radio Podcast
"When we're stuck inside during a cold winter we want to be able to watch the birds and naturally migrate. well some of them do in having a feeder up isn't going to stop them from migrating. It's actually got a helter. Yeah the end set. Aiding birds will migrate because there won't be bugs around in the winter but we'll have house finches and chicken and house. Sparrows and jay's and all sorts of birds flickers downy woodpeckers all sorts of birds. Yeah they'll stay all year. Yeah and sometimes we get birds in the winter that we don't even see in this summer so that's great like i say being my first year i thought dwight take the thing down on the fall winter yet coming. It's a common misconception. That birds will change their behavior. Because we're feeding them and it's just not true they will take advantage of what we're doing and they'll benefit from what we're doing if we're doing it in a good healthful manner using no waste food and that kind of thing but they don't become dependent on us so they don't forget to migrate because We had food down. It's it's kind of like saying we forgot how to cook because we went out to. Dinner just doesn't happen. I would just concerned. Well it's a great question. Jackie and a lot of other people would like to know the answer to that too. So thank you for asking. That will leave my bird feeder up and home for the best him up as much as i can in the winter. Then keep them warm. Thanks guys thanks. Jackie thanks for joining us. It's gonna pop back out to the phones. Talk with kurt today. Hello kurt hello there I enjoy your show and definitely enjoy enjoying stores to thank you. yeah So this past may the middle. Of may i was at the the chatfield audubon center just walking around observing and i saw something. I've never seen before burger. I've only been a burger for like four years but So there was a yellow breasted chat flying around in about a twenty square yard area and I noticed there was a yellow warbler following the chat. Everywhere the chat would land the warbler would follow. the warbler. didn't seem aggressive at all. The chat didn't seem perturbed by the warbler. He just kept on his chatty thing. Yeah and i wondered wondered if it might have been like a bachelor's just hanging out and waiting for the ladies to show up and just preferring company over being just you know isolated you know. I think i think more likely it's that. The warbler is actually a private investigator. Could be and he's following them around to check on the chat if he's cheating if he's a cheating cheating chat cheating chat you know i really don't know there are some guild guild type birds that where you got not hatches and chicken chickens and birds like that that fly around together to find food. My guess would be. The chat was advertising food to the yellow warbler. They both feed on the same things so it could be that. They're just a scott says feeding together. The yellow warbler was being lazy. It's kind of like when you're out riding your road bike and you let the you start drafting the person in front of you but it's it's good to always get in front every once in a while. Let them drift you. But but yeah. They were feeding together because they could. Both you know it's easier to find. Many is make it easier to find. Food also makes it easier avoid predators. Yeah yeah i was thinking too. That might be the safety in numbers kind of thing. And that's our guesses..
"audubon center" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
"I i gotta earshot all right. So i walk up in this spot. Random like items. Get a quick drink real quick. I'm here right. And i wasn't even intentionally innoc- i had to go through the city so like i stop. We stop somewhere sizing apps pick a spot win. Come up in a joint. I'm chilling boo. Boo i come in to the bom position. Some on ended a bomb. Like y'all suck that it. I just take a couple of hands. They like yo owners like You want something to drink. I'm like yeah like audubon center right there. So he like gave right there. And i'm like i cou so as i'm trying to look for the bartender right i'll go past like they say you right here right. I go up this far oblivious. Because i'm just not looking for shit i'm looking. I'm like mathematician. I'm good when she come back out there so to own ago give me to drink like coup and then i'm totally wrong so i stepped over here and i'm waiting. I'm cool now. Sneaky guy. So i looked down right and i notice uis like most women we looking at your face. I i go right. Saw looked down to see what the suit gains. I'm looking. I see this joint. I'm like yo assistance flos got. I bet you do not so. Why is that. Look up like sitting perched just like you on right so out cool so i bust out laughing right like a less so hard as i go back up chilly i get my dream and as i get my drink. Some semi walk to media like yo- so we start talking actually some shit. I'm like i bet but again. I'm on my mission right. So my missions come here grab quick railway and i'm out i just happened to run into a few people i knew so who while i'm talking to the girl. The woman seeing knows he's bodied right. She chose to like you know you see somebody a peripheral. They like dance behind people. They try to back so she crease pass and she goes back and i love like i ain't I hear from me again right it. No disrespect like we're just friends but at the end of the day like i'm gonna see how you play right so but as you believe like who no our super google. Okay i had to get exile dabs like god. I get that. Sony will be super cool. That's that's what i keep feeling like. Nah nah i'm cool. I'm all the way through so ro- role you know what i'm saying. I go on my business. Maybe couple of days go by two. Three net is a person again. 'cause they wanna be my best friend and they want to always let me know that it is pristine model of the woman from me in a glass case. Right was hitting me every day every day. Just good morning rise and shine. I wish you love enjoyed next few days right where i'll super don me. I'm cool. i don't even notice you didn't go. That's i play right by the time. Then no communication or whatever. I go out a game. I'm in no side of this flow to think again. And then i run into her in general like just in general she's like her girls or without fokker and i'm like as we like i see you but i'm not here for you. I'm here for me. So i'm doing me like i always say vip's web. I met my little two foot square. That's my dad. So have it is now chilling and she approached me like. Can i sit next to you know you may not politely. Jewish pettis is long long rows. I know you make us. She's like i can't damn no. I'm enjoying my drinking my mill by myself like i do when i flow you. Good i say no disrespect. I'm good. this is what i desire when you walked out of the house. This is what. I'm keeping right now z. Assisted i'm like you're really shot encroach on my public space. I like your. You really. don't like listen. I sent you a week ago and you see me a week ago. You didn't speak to me. i'm good on you say respectfully. i'm not petty. You're just hashtag respectfully respectfully that is keeping room. And that's how tony percival. If that was the scenario i was in. We are going to the spot. And i see someone who's trying to give me these type of vows but i sit on the leper somebody else. I'm definitely going to go in front. So whip we see each other. We see each other we see and in my mind. If i'm who you make me out to be then you're going to get off that lap and come talk to me. Oh you you understand what i'm saying. Come to me and say something. If you think is is for me my bad tone. My thing is this right. I ain't the. I got this kind of idea. Philosophy of obligate yourself as much as you wanna be obligated right You know what. I'm saying. If i if i see you and you see me and you behave like you don't know me. Guess what. I don't know you either right agree. That's established from that moment on each other right right and that's fair but my thing is especially when i was shaking moving through the city a lot there are so many people frightened the be pretending to be what they aren't and i shit boils my blood so i'm waiting for you to kill yourself need to grow up No i'm dead serious. I literally wait for people to kill themselves. I don't even waste no is like so essentially what you're saying if you in my situation it was just something you saw. I would've been like it's just over out of been like must have been a great time. But i'm good on you okay. Nah i wouldn't have. Because i feel like everything's not black and white and in your situation i would have at given a benefit of the doubt that maybe a front had to be put on now gave. I did see the video. I'll also link cover. I i i know the acti- not having soon gets put on the front. Yeah yeah to make the not mess up the job. I don't understand that. I put on the front. 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"audubon center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"20. W b. A P w b a p dot com something good? It's 8 49 w B a P. And it's time for tell me something good with one Steuby doke. It happens right now. Were any of you guys in the boy Scouts? Yes. I barely made it out of tenderfoot. So I was in there. I was in there for what would that make six years? I know I was in there for a little while. My next my former, uh huh. Was it The Cub Scouts? Okay recurrence who set the backyard on fire from the Denmark? Somehow I got involved in that and we both got kicked out when he was 16. I I, of course was in the R A's. That's right. Royal ambassadors. Me too. All right. Grab this version of Boy Scout. He was a page Squire. Yes, he made out. Yeah. Held the horse while all night crawled on. He gets exactly former next door neighbors. My former next door neighbor's boys, three. All three of them were all Eagle Scouts. And if you've ever known or just spoken to an Eagle Scout They are at 17 18 years old, often better men than I. Yes, These guys have had a steady dose of stress is thrown at them and they've They've learned to deal with them as they come up. They've learned skills. They learned service. They learn life lessons. Eagle Scouts pretty pretty much habit. Well, 15 year old Baxter Perry Miller of Dallas is a Boy Scout and he goes to ST Mark's school He built about a doesn't be boxes that hold beehives, an old Banton farms in South Dallas. It's a community farm in a market down there. That used to be a what was it a concrete pit? Yeah, but But they're about these now has about 30,000 bees living in these beehive boxes that he built and it took him four hours to build. Baxter is pretty good at building boxes. Evidently, two years ago, he built trash boxes to hold trash containers and installed them at the Trinity River Audubon Center on the walking trails. And these are really well made boxes like the ones you see at state parks. I mean, they're really good. So what's the big deal about some boy scout building boxers? Well, each of these boxes that Baxter has built That should be a limerick. Each of the boxes a bastard. Sorry, is a stepping stone to the rarest award that the Boy Scouts have to offer. It's called the Distinguished Conservation Service Awards, Silver honor. The scouts can take, Consider it the Olympic Medal of scouting. Wow. The Boy Scouts have been around since 1910 and out of over 110 Million scouts in history, only 114 Scouts have received this award. The award requires scouts to compete. Excuse me to complete four big projects and environmental conservation. Along with building the beehives. Baxter also planted a ton of native plants nearby. This is all part of this one. Um Project. He also planted a ton of native plants nearby for the bees to pollinate. He's got over 30,000 bees now and about a dozen boxes at this former concrete dumping site. All in all, it's taken Baxter about two years and over 2000 hours to complete all of his projects. Along the way. He helped his troop troop 8 38 Erna Unit Conservation Award, and individually, he earned the Youth Conservation Award from the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation. But after just a little bit of paperwork, and he will have earned what the boy Scouts called the Olympic medal of scouting The Distinguished Conservation Service. Award Silver Honor. It's also the longest name award in scouting the Distinguished Conservation Service Awards, Silver Honor. Just for him, Man. That is awesome. That's good, and it must be hard. It must be a difficult one to get or or only 114 scouts out of over 110 million would have had it. Yeah, no joke. It's gotta be almost impossible. It sounds like plus he's making advancing 65 K off the honey. That he, uh well, that gets him his entrepreneurship. Very bad. Yes, let's go. Okay. I got that traffic right now. Here at 8 54, and it's Monte Cook time money. On highway 80 West. Spanich Clements looks like only the right lane gets by. So it's already slow their back toward Pinson Road. 9 30 westbound of Northwest Drive, that one is still there in the two right lanes. It is still heavy back to the Bush Turnpike, The Dallas North Tollway north and at 6 35 got erect, taken away the right lane. W B A P first traffic on the ones I'm Monty cooked. Human force here today. A mix of clouds and sunshine, a light south breeze at times between 10 and 20 MPH temperatures this afternoon climbing up in the low to mid nineties, but our heat index could.
"audubon center" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Low humidity so much rain kind of makes a recipe for potentially hazardous conditions out there so that is still happening if I ever witnessed news weather forecast so there are showers moving through the Twin Cities sells well and early tonight windy conditions remain twenty eight year low mostly sunny forty six tomorrow right now fifty two and mostly cloudy at the my top studios this is a my doctor alert up to the minute entertainment and pop culture news heard at the top of every hour on my top one oh seven one yeah that's really great could you please tell us what's going on leading the celebrity tributes to Peter beard the photographer who was found after being missing from his house at the age of eighty two in the Hamptons Mick Jagger road of Peter beard he was a visionary who wasn't afraid to take risks Peter beard became known for his wildlife photography as wells as personal life and his friendship with Andy Warhol he was also married to supermodel Cheryl Teague's back in the nineteen eighties all you mine in Somalia for years with Lee Radziwill and Candice Bergen and his vexed this long this wife he's been married to since like nineteen eighty six he's a wild man he was wild man he's the kind of he's had to mention they've wanted to put him anywhere he wandered away a couple weeks ago but he was really really a handsome guy and like elephants and he did a lot of a conservation I think correct yes yes he did yes so here I am I mean I think that's something kind of weird that he wanders off and dies a mile from his house and he can't find them they get a couldn't find him but he's outside yeah didn't you know if you don't know where you are yeah I don't know where you are needed to and any Mattel photographed in Los Angeles with her daughters rainy and Margaret quale St Louis park that's growth closed amid the current corona virus pandemic so their claim in underneath the fence add to the Audubon center park in Debs park closed at five PM closed until the end of the month but page six there they go they have the photographs there are dogs around the park she and finally since one of the biggest celebrity stories since my talk has been around before my talk is been around was Tom hold for Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes and Suri cruise for perspective Suri cruise just celebrated her fourteenth birthday on and that the pictures are up on Instagram you can just see the back of Siri cruises head she's wearing a flower crown by all means it looks like it was a lovely day at home sorry that's all you're.
"audubon center" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Of the ocean temperature rises it creates those wins that stimulates those winds and that makes the more powerful right what and as they gain force of course they capture the eye of various monitoring agencies who first assigned them a number as they are growing in intensity and then if they grow both in intensity and then cover the distance to habit it areas they acquire and name and basically every new year a roster of names is becomes available and hurricanes the acquiring name do so because they become a threat to the human communities right and they start with alpha right so the first one and they go all the way down although down and then certain names like Irma or Maria or Dorian or Katrina or you know Harvey we now have quite a list of them just in the recent period they they become historic and there those names are permanently assigned to tutor never real fascinating I want to go Google like do they have the name set up for this year or with who gets to choose that's national mailing Pheonix and atmospheric administration in a while and I don't think they they divulge their roster and he's delighted with them but they have tracked statistically they can't they have demonstrated now that hurricanes that are named after female names of course that was an innovation that came with the women's movement in the mid seventies until then there were no female hurricanes but now the NO a a has to be very careful in how they name hurricanes because people are less likely to evacuate for hurricanes named after women than they are for men wow that is a anything is less interesting so it would be great if you would be willing to wait to read a poem and this would be a poem from the blue full yeah this is what I call the title poem because the title popped out of me in this poem and became the title for the book in the exhibition it's called you want to tell them things say you reach with your grass stroking their feet you say this is a long story the unfolding of it or it's and it's up to you listen listen you say while they look and look casting your gentle touch to the wind you drive them away by hurricane you fling your sand from one side to the other you pull the fruit from the trees scorch every leaf rip out the lilies you raise the tide suck them in a little too deep again and again you pull down the dock but they returned none the less they're looking never stops you summon the clouds you shower them you tear at their clothes the air is thick with your voice guttural howling whistling you call in the raptors to feast on the song birds a ritual of carnage by full moon at perigee you hammer all night glaring you Stoke the sun burn their round faces eventually they go melting back into their blue falls the way of all the others you don't know if they learned your language or if they could even hear you on to the next guests you'll never hear them say our island is a shuddering microcosm speaking for the earth you'll never see this the fruit of all that looking with its hopeful stone what's come of them now in the flash after you that's great that was a poem called you want it you want to tell them things by Julie chase Daniel and that is part of the blue folder project that Matthew and Julie chase Daniel did together and will be up at this an exhibition based on the blue Ford will be up at the CCA opening at the CCA this coming Friday the sixth so in this poem who is the U. ugh you're the islands you tear them you talked you tell them it in every way you can what you've been subject to I see that makes sense that's great and so you have a website Matthew and there's information about this project the website is chase Daniel dot L. dot com and there are are some of your palms up on this website yeah some of them are in because with some of the images I think a little smattering yet and that there's some photos of for the exhibition at CCA we've printed three of our four of Julie's poems in large format on fox greater hung in the exhibition and they'll be a copy of the book there for people to read through if they want to also be audio recordings that people can access of Julie reading great I can you buy the book fair as well be available for sale sale at the CCA you can also find it thru axle contemporary through us and on Amazon that's great so you we were talking and the last segment a little bit about some of the other events happening in conjunction with the expression I know you said so Friday's the opening for five to eight and that's the contemporary center for contemporary art in the tank garage and then this Saturday right be a symposium and then a week later they'll be is I don't think it's a week later Saturday March twenty first from ten AM to twelve PM will be another arm chair symposium and that is the institute a representative from the institute for applied ecology and Emily will from the national parks conservation association and I think that's maybe when Kate Russell will join us also from the national parks arts foundation that's super interesting so who is a coordinated is that the education director engineer is in charge of the education department over there and just looking at other this series of of talks are they free they're not free no but you go to the CCA website at CCA Santa Fe dot org and there should be information there where you can sign up I will be doing the workshop yeah so will be on Saturday may ninth which is right before the end of the show we'll be doing workshop up at the Randall Davey Audubon center crew CCA and Audubon where will take a small group of people up the canyon and observe plants along the way that sounds terrific work doing both photography and writing about the plants and and where can people signed up for that we only have a few seconds left us that'll be at CCA's okay great I want to go sign up for that and when we get back I'd love to talk to you about your project that's of involving the border wall when you guys have been going down to the book at the border and got back from our fifth trip so far since November yesterday morning and we'll look for drinks and great and will also will be of course but talk about Axel yeah sure so you're listening to coffee and culture here and K. T. R. C. and speaking with Matthew and Julie chase Daniel and we will be back in just a few minutes hi this is Lee have been sent to president of the marketplace interest rates are the lowest they've been in over a decade if you're thinking of purchasing a home or refinancing now is the time as a mortgage broker.
"audubon center" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"The national parks conservation association and I think that's maybe when Kate Russell will join us also from the national parks aren't foundation that's super interesting so who is a coordinate because of the education director engineer it is in charge of the education department over there and just looking at other this series of of talks are they free are there not free now but you go to the CCA website at CCA Santa Fe dot org and there should be information there where you can sign up I will be doing the workshop yeah so will be on Saturday may ninth which is right before the end of the show we'll be doing workshop up at the Randall Davey Audubon center crew CCA and Audubon where will take a small group of people up the canyon and observe plants along the way that sounds terrific work doing both photography and writing about the plants and and where can people signed up for that we only have a few seconds left us that'll be at CCA's okay great I want to go sign up for that and when we get back I'd love to talk to you about your project that's involving the border wall when you guys are going down to the book at the border and got back from our fifth trip so far since November yesterday morning and we'll look forward to drinks and great and will also will be of course but talk about Axel sure so you're listening to coffee and culture here and K. T..
Travel to the Mississippi Gulf Coast
"Let's talk about Mississippi's Gulf coast. I I like to welcome the show Charles. McColl from McCall Travel Dot Com and Charles's come to talk to us about coastal Mississippi Charles. Welcome mm to the show. Hi Chris how are you today. I'm doing well and we're talking about the state of Mississippi. What is your connection with coastal Mississippi? As a travel writer. I have visited the coastal Mississippi a few times over the past two years and after going there three or four times. I decided that I loved that area and other parts of the US Gulf coast. So much that I developed a new brand called. US Golf coast which covers everything from key. West South Padre but we are talking only about coastal Mississippi debut today so as a travel writer I covered it several times. Excellent and why should someone go to coastal Mississippi. We'll we'll talk about many things but it is is unique. The unique destination the United States. It has the longest continuous beach in the United States. Which I think a lot of people don't know I love road road trips? I travel all over the world. Love driving and there's this sense of soul fulfillment I drive on the Mississippi Gulf coast. I where it's just different than anywhere else. You can drive for an hour and not see anything except for the sand in the water is unobstructed by condos and indulge and restaurants. And what have you so this this great peace and calm and different than anywhere else. Excellent and what kind of itinerary tenorio you're going to recommend for us. It's not a singular destination. There are many communities there. So I'm GonNa recommend some things to do in each of the communities go along the coastal Mississippi. It's all still call the Mississippi Gulf coast. So I'M GONNA use both terms interchangeably. I don't want you to drive fifty miles in one day for lunch and then go drive fifty miles back so I will concentrate on the various communities and say all right first day. You're going to be here second day. You're going to be here and so on and we can do a three four five seven ten very well. Let's get into it where you're GONNA start it. Let's start in Pascagoula. So Mississippi is between Alabama and Louisiana China so coastal Mississippi represents the entire Mississippi Gulf coast so over on the east side closest Alabama Alabama. If you're driving from mobile the first thing you're gonna hit is Pascagoula. The city is probably most famous. because it's where Jimmy Buffett was born. Okay I did not I know that. Yeah so that's going to set the expectations for what the coastal Mississippi areas. All about thank Jimmy Buffett was born there so we're already at our five o'clock somewhere attitude. Pascagoula is also a navy base. So there's a lot of military and also industry the street going on there but it's it's a seafaring community. It's laid-back relative to some of the other cities. We'll talk about. Well what are we going GonNa do in Pascagoula one of the things that happened in past the goal of that as I guess lesser known as that one of the biggest UFO abduction stories in in US history happened there. So back in the seventies the couple of people claim that they were abducted by UFO. And so they were never disproven even so. That's one of the most famous things that happened in Pascagoula. Okay but other than being abducted by aliens. What am I going to do in Pascagoula for won a narrow down here to the the oldest house in Mississippi isn't Pascagoula okay? It's called the lapointe Krebs House and museum now so I went. There are a couple of months ago and I was fascinated by Howell. They showed the construction of how house was done in the bleed was the seventeen. Twenty s house was built the How they use the for the the hair from animals as insulation in the house and things like that kind of interesting Seventeen fifty seven. Is there anything specific renovated the Krebs House. We're going to go to the Krebs House. You could probably spend a couple of hours there. It's a nice waterfront setting and you can get some history of the. The natives that lived in the area and then European settlers came in and saw a whole history of Mississippi but the main point there there's to see the the house and the oldest house in the Mississippi Delta region I think between Minnesota and the Gulf of Mexico. It's the oldest house that's still in the American frontier. I'm thinking New Orleans would be older than that but I mean the city might be but I'm not sure if there's a structure that's older than point good point. The city is older but I don't know if there are any of original houses. Okay Fair enough. But another thing that I really loved in Pascagoula. The Motto Bon Center. I believe the official is the best. Gula River Audubon Bond Center captain McCoy Relation on McColl. And there's a captain McCoy and he runs nature trips out of the Pascagoula River River Audubon Center and what I loved about. It is that I learn things. Obviously like you learn on most trips but the Pascagoula River is the longest. And I'm not going to get the the terminology right. It's the longest une damned river in the continental united in a at states. Yeah so I was fascinated by that and I was like well. What about this wherever they were like now? It was dammed at some point. So the Pascagoula River I believe is four four hundred and eighty miles. That is natural the way it's always been so it hasn't been dammed. It hasn't been obstructed by any kind of construction directions so you can see wildlife and nature the way that it was several hundred years ago. Something didn't expect expect to find in coastal Mississippi or anywhere else and you say wildlife. I'm picturing talking marshes birds alligators that sort of thing. Am I in the right right ballpark. You're right and one thing that that's dominant in this area or the Mississippi sandhill cranes which are relatively large bird. I'm sure there are in other parts that states but there is a sandhill crane refuge that none in Pascagoula but on the other side so I tend cuts through through the area so from mobile bill to New Orleans. You would drive high tech Postal Mississippi. I'm talking about everything. South of I ten okay. North of town the Pascagoula River would go up there. And that's where the sandhill crane. Refuges the birds. No birds don't recognize boundaries. They fly all over the place. So you can see that. I was on the riverboat tour. Okay the AUDUBON center is like most centers they want to promote the natural wildlife and the scenery. And that's so forth and it's a really hidden gem. I think that most people don't recognize will in because it has the name Audubon on it. I'm assuming calmly talking about birdlife predominantly. So yes okay. I don't know if everybody knows. I mean Audubon as a as a charity I think is well known but Google Audubon. You'll find what is James Audubon. Is that the a original one who did all the original drawings of birds in the early. US That's really neat. Watercolors this fascinating realistic catches does right. So I mentioned captain McCoy so you could take his crews out of the audubon center also wrench around Kayak and I did did that one time and going at your own pace around the marshes fascinating at least a dozen gainers and as close they would just scatter into the water. So I love love doing that at my own pace to excellent and John James Audubon. I got it almost John James. Okay when I said early. I didn't realize how early he was. He was born in seventeen eighty five and so he was basically drawing birds up until about the Mexican American war. You're in the US. And so as the frontiers were being filled in a he was out there with his sketch pad. MOM IN ESTA goal. There's obviously the Jimmy Buffett stuff to the native son. A I think he this family left when he was three and then he grew up in mobile but he has come back and he recognizes Pascagoula his birthplace so there is a beach and a bridge and his childhood home are all named for Jimmy Buffett. The parrot heads can go and pay pilgrimage to Jimmy Buffett and go visit some of those sites and one of my favorite places the Pascagoula is called bozos grocery. It's a very old school from the nineteen fifties place where you go in you place your order and you wait inside. been there two or three times. The last time I went kayaking at the river Audubon Center. In fact I got a takeout L. Poboy from Bozo's grocery and then took it on the Kayak. But it's this old school place where you go in and you place your order and you order order off the menu. You don't make up stuff and there was some guy in front of me. That was a visitor and he wasn't a local either and so he went on these. ZAC Oh can I make this substitution. Know what's on the bed. Yeah and I was like basically your choices are you. You get what you WANNA shrimp boat boy. You want poboy poboy being sandwich. A sub someplace else or a hoagie or a hero depending on where you're from but a pavilion in this region of the world. Okay and shrimp being the best known. One that I now. They're also known for their Fried Oysters. Poboy so okay. I got a half in half half. It's amazing I had a couple dozen po boys and along the Gulf coast and I it's one of the better ones side totally recommend going to Bozo groceries to get to take out to go kayaking or he.
"audubon center" Discussed on WTVN
"Starts at eight o'clock there down at five oh five west Whittier among the people that are going to be there a congressman Steve Stivers we know Eric a Crawley is going to be there Tina Haras and others this place founded in oh nine the Audubon center constructed with the goal of providing oasis not only for the birds but people live in the community around it and if you've ever been down there you know they're right on it it's premier urban greenspace no doubt so was celebrate big and congratulations on ten years that is very very cool we know vaping deaths continue to make headlines this morning Ohio department of health the director Amy acting as announced new initiatives to prevent and reduce youth vaping they're going to kick off some initiatives sending letters to schools encouraging them to prohibit vaping products in their policies multi million dollar investment to develop and promote tools and resources that can be used by communities to educate kids there's even money is being invested in the advertising the dangers of vaping we know too the American lung association just flat says nobody should be. just a blanket statement don't do it. in their statement the nation's leading long health organizations national president. old Wimmer says vaping the devices are just not safe and they can cause irreversible lung damage and disease. today we know a six person has died from lung disease linked to vaping of that out in Kansas and it's got some the do they think with this vitamin E. extract so nicotine's in their flavors are in there. seem to like it but to increasingly it seems it is bad bad bad for the human situation so keep an eye on those stories as we continue through the morning right now it's update that ride in traffic.
"audubon center" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Which we do every year and it's a wonderful chance to be out with one of our conservation biologists and some of our experts on our team and walk walk the land who will show you where the birds live the different kinds of species that migrate to and from vermont. Oh that's great. I think you talked about it. We we eric allante and i decided we were gonna show up but this morning before our show started. Dana was talking to a gentleman from the north branch and he was talking about a bird food fest this fall on saturday. <hes> and use came in and started writing down. I don't know how many you've got their ten activities dealing with with birds this state lumps birds if he does run through that a little bit and just summarize all the stuff that goes on in this state. I'll just pick a few examples. I mean the bird bird fest this saturday at the north branch turned his example and one of our biologists is going to be there to talk but it's that's a great organization who lives in central for modern washington county <hes> to go see but we also were doing a project up in burlington <hes> to to monitor chimney swift's which are species at risk in the state and so we've got. It's at the switchback brewery into if you're interested in going for you already exactly birds bruise <hes> so september twelfth. That's that's an evening of that day and then we have other <hes> kind of events. There's a wonderful <hes> kind of <hes>. I don't know exactly how to describe them but we have a women women who bird you know <hes> group that goes out periodically. That's going to be going out on september. Fifteenth bird watching that you talk about birdwatching and everyone is welcome. It's primarily focused on helping women feel comfortable together out of doors and enjoying how to learn learning how to bert and we have. We have a a group that goes out. That's <hes> does pride hikes. It's kind of folks from the l._g._b._t._q. Plus community who go out there and everyone is welcome to all of all these events but they're they're targeting. Ways are intended to encourage people to feel safe being out of doors. I did <hes> i did a walk around the berlin pon one time and that was very interesting. <hes> just things you don't see you have to be shown a weird look. What did you know what to do and this. I was reading about forest management. Management and there are birds. If it's not managed correctly all of them are impacted but they listed a couple blue warbler scarlet tanger- canadian canada canada warbler said that wrong and would thrust this is quite a diversity of birds. We are really blessed with this amazing rich array of birds in the state eight that live in our forests and our fields and if you wanna get into bird-watching you this is the right state and in fact it is we are. I think if not the single highest percentage in the country in the top three of states in terms of the number of people in the state that liked to go bird watching as long as my blue heron shows up we have a blue heron that shows up on his on his or her <hes> way down south and we have a pond next to us and it comes every year and i always feel life is good. <hes> <hes> youth already talked about some of the programs you've got high schools and with adults and i would think the kids must just love these programs. Oh it's true i was so i feel so so lucky i work at the green mountain audubon center out in huntington which encourage anybody to come visit if they get the chance but the summers this is my first summer at the sound it was delightful i was i'll give an example of how fun it is. I was on the phone with a group of folks <hes> from around the state and country on a conference call. I had my window open and all of a sudden this horrid a preschool came running down the hill howling like coyotes so there's just constant joy and energy around.
"audubon center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You can reach out and touch the performer, the it's just a great space to watch show. Awesome hotel, which we're expanding. We're opening our second tower. We'll have five hundred rooms when it's all said and done the summer, Ray restaurant in the hotel as well. Just everything you need one roof, a right. Let me ask you about philanthropy, because you guys are one of the most generous organizations in our state heart of canals, free, and a lot of other cool stuff. You do philanthropy. Seems to be right at the core of things that are important to me. It's nice that you bring that up and I'm glad that you did. Yeah. We are so proud of what we do through a canal street program their signature community program last year. We were able to give a little over one point one, five million to thirty one. Awesome children's charities here in southeastern. Wisconsin, people can get involved by playing our heart of canal street. Bingo game occurs between August and December and through that it's like I said, it's either three or seven dollars half. The money goes to the winner, half goes to our fundraising efforts last year, we were able to cut checks for a little over thirty five thousand dollars. To thirty awesome charities that do Uelmen were cure in southeastern Wisconsin. Everything from, you know, putting food on kids plates to putting roofs over their heads to supplementing educational opportunities just a ton of great work that we're helping to support here in southeastern Wisconsin. Hey, how'd you like to spend your free time? Let me ask you couple travel questions. Ryan since we're doing the travel show. How do you like to spend your free time? Well, I spend a lot of time at soccer field with my, but we're not doing that. It's starting to wind down with the spring season done now. You know, my kids are ten and six years old. So water parks are huge deal for, you know, we're heading up to the dells and a couple of weekends to enjoy what they have to offer up there. But in addition to that we like, you know, hiking is a fun family activity for us. We love visiting Colorado state park, and then a little closer to home. Like visiting the schlitz Audubon center took the time to do here in not only in southeastern Wisconsin, but throw at the state, we've done, the Managua thing, we've gone over we love. In both of those places for the swimming in the boating and the everything else there is to do up north Ryan Hamilton from pot. Awada me hotel casinos with us, you probably let into some of this, but you have a favorite family vacation spot or two. Sure. When my wife and I like to get away you love door county. Again, the hiking's beautiful. We stayed in e from a couple years ago and just that spot in when you're overlooking the water, and you can see the bluff in pencil state park, it's just gorgeous home to do up there. Great food, great outdoor activities. We love door county. We don't get up there enough. But as much as we can get up there. We love to we love to visit battery of the state, you know, we used to love to take our kids to the dells. I mean it was just a cool spot because there's so much to do. They run around and so they're tired and ready to crash at night. Are you guys adele's family? We totally are like I said, we're, we're heading up there in a couple of weekends with my sister-in-law and her family. We it's just a blast. We they love doing the water parks. But there, so. Much other cool stuff to new there to just wander around downtown for a while. That's fun for the kids as well. It's such a unique spot here in Wisconsin, and we usually hit up there once or twice a year. And the kids have an absolute blast. How 'bout Wisconsin bucket list, are there places that you'd like to get to that? You haven't been able to yet. What's on your list for sure? Why knowing I was doing this today? I grilled, my wife and said, hey, we're, we're places that you want to be. And we were on the same page with we both have never been debate field. We'd love to go to Bayfield way up north again. I I've, I've heard that it's got a little bit of the Coney feel and that's an area the state with we'd love to go to one of the things that I'd love to do and take the kids with two is do the great river road along the Mississippi River. I'd like to do that, too. That sounds cool again, a ton of whole little town so that you hit up on, on, on a trip and something that one of these days will plan on doing a lot to do. Hey, thanks for spend so much time with us Ryan, eight minutes in public relations manager at pot Awada me, hotel and casino. Appreciate it. Ryan. Thank you. Thanks. Up next, our celebrity spotlight in the past. Are we love Wisconsin audio vault in the future? We focus on Aaron Hill's. We'll be right back on the travel, Wisconsin show..
"audubon center" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So we're able to put some pieces of meat in there. And kind of let them. Do their own thing and not have to particular hand feed. It. Was a baby Al shower is a great way for people to sort of see it action. What you do there? This event is on Saturday may eleventh coming up soon games activities the embassador birds. Tell us more it is a great community event for all ages. And we always do it the day before mother's day again to sort of celebrate babies and moms and conservation here in in town. So we do have lots of activities and games and a lot of community partners that come and join us, for example, orange Audubon, our local chapter of the Audubon society will be here. UCF entomology class will be here with bugs. We will have Orange County will be here. Saint Johns water management will be here. So lots of fun community partners as well. And of course, the birds that are here all the time. So you'll get to do some meet and greet with some of our bird embassador as well as if we have any non release baby birds in the clinic, that's the one day a year. We would bring those babies out for people to see and again admission is free, but which are asking. For is that people bring a baby gift donation of the various things that you need to do what you do with the birds give us that list again. So the list is available on our website and on our Facebook page, but some things that we would just use to normally care for the birds there in the clinic so things like hand, soap and toilet paper paper towels roles of God's rubbing alcohol things like laundry detergent, powder, laundry detergent or sheets that we would use for in the clinic, specifically sponges all meet baby food the list is quite large. And again it on our website. Okay. And so people simply go to Audubon center for birds of prey dot org. So I wouldn't ask Laura about that day in terms of what you would like people to walk away with what lessons do you hope they learned I really want people to step away with knowing that wildlife needs our health, especially birds, they are important to our ecosystems, especially birds of prey being the top of the food chain. They kinda help keep the rest of the the lower parts of the food chain in check which is important eating things like cockroaches, and snakes and rats that we don't necessarily want internet neighborhoods. So they are important to have out in the wild. And we as humans can do a lot to make that habitat and the animals in it have a better life to talk for a moment about Audubon. You are the Audubon center for birds of prey, I think we've heard the word Audubon, what is the organization and how does that play into the birds of prey center. Yeah. So Audubon was named after John James Audubon who was a naturalist and document. -ted bird species in the wild as a painter and the organization is named after him since he did such great work is sort of spreading the word for what wildlife there is out there in the habitats that they need. So Audubon general focuses on birds because birds are really important and found no matter wherever you go there is birds there. So they're really acceptable. No matter who you are and the organization here in Florida specifically started here in Maitland back in the year nineteen hundred so we're over one hundred years old spreading the word of wildlife and habitat conservation. Now, I want you to tell us a little bit. Let's call these teasers or commercials. For the baby shower, tell us about some of the birds will see happy, the shower, you will see our some of our permanent embassador birds things like trouble, the bald eagle and maple a barred owl in Sanford, a little screech owl who weighs about three and a half ounce isn't fits in the palm of your hand. Again. I said this earlier, but I was so amazed see the different als and guess the tiny little the little owl. And then really big house. I mean, the size differences amazing. Yeah. Birds of prey come in all different shapes sizes, and colors and a great example. We have our little screech owls in town that again way about as much as bar of soap about three and a half ounce. And then our large great horned. Owls are cute, and there's very strong. They've got five hundred pounds of pressure per square inch in their talents, and they can actually lift more than they themselves way, which would be about nine pounds until total. They could carry off which is pretty impressive to you still have out there the wingspan where people can compare their their arm lengths to the wingspan. We do. It was a great eagle scout project that they helped us and they have here at the center, and it has, you know, tiny little kiss American kestrel wings, which are about a foot, and then are bald eagles which can be up to six to eight feet. Yeah. I found that amazing just thinking about that size and how they lift themselves up. So talk about your trainers to or your volunteers who work with the birds. What what's that like for them? Yeah. So we've got about six full time staff that were cared about eighty volunteers. Help sorta run the center and help us care for the birds. So when volunteer has been at the center for at least a year, then we will start bird training them. And we've got about fifteen bird embassador who are glove trains that are trained to stand on our gloves on our arms and be used for educational purposes to go into schools and festivals and senior centers sort spread the word about the importance of birds. And we they required to take a bird training course, about the equipment that we use with the birds and then slowly individually learn one bird at a time sort of build that relationship with. At that particular bird itself. Learn about their species in the individual, and when they are completed with that one birth, and they get signed off and are able to start with another bird. What is the lifespan of these birds? Like, you mentioned the the one embassador Burgess thirty three years old is that old for a bird or is. Yes. So it depends on the species some of the smaller species like an American kestrel or screech. Owls really only lived to be about eight maybe ten years old in the wild under human care. We can get quite a few extra years in there. And then we do have a bald eagle who is thirty three out in the wild. All eagles are pretty normal. It'd be about twenty five years old, but again under human care, especially here at the center where they get good food. There's no predators. They get free healthcare. They can live a lot longer. So the oldest ever recorded bald eagle was fifty one years old. Now, you mentioned what you would like us to take away if we attend, you know, sort of the lessons, but what's the day today that we should be doing to do our part in protecting these birds. So it starts with really simple things like not littering. There is amazing amount of wildlife birds that try to eat trash or get tangled up in it. So not littering is super easy to start with their picking up trash when you do see it. And then it gets a little bit more complicated from that. But doing things like making sure you're properly disposing of chemical. So they don't end up in a landfill where bird can get it planting native wild plants in your yard native landscaping helps wild birds and things as well. As being careful as you drive, again, car accidents are kind of the number one thing that we see with patients coming into the clinic. So keeping an eye out for what's smear the road is really important to that is so amazing to me that so many birds do get hit by cars. You mentioned though that like if they're on the side of the road eating, you know, carrying her something that it's easy to kind of hit them that way. Is that the most common way they get hit by a car? That's definitely one way being along the side of the road and not just vultures carry-on. Also, bald eagles aren't really picky. They will also. Take after roadkill. The other thing is if they are focused on a on pray, and they're not really paying attention to what's nearby. So if a mouse or rabbit is running across the street, hawk for example, could sweep down trying to get that prey to not so focused that they're not noticing. They're passing by getting hit by a car, and you mentioned detangle. So what are some things that we do that we leave out garbage wise that the birds get tangled up in a big thing with entanglement fishing line? We have species like Osprey bald eagles that are eating fish and getting tangled up in any line that we leave behind. But also some of our wetlands species so barn owls, and our red shouldered hawks love to be near wetlands and any of the fishing line that we either cutting leaving the fish, for example, or gets tangled up in a tree, and we cut that can be easily entangled for those birds. And then as far as making sure we don't have chemicals that are impacting the birds, what are some more common things that are happening. So that we can avoid them. So some other things that would sort of help as far as avoiding with those birds would be again sort properly disposing of those chemicals making sure that you're kind of communicating to future generations and letting them know the importance of birds and the environment making sure that you're keeping trees around birds use those trees for nesting and raising their young, and we need some of those old growth trees, especially for cabinet members like our screech owls. Actual nest inside of trees, we need some of those big oak trees, for example, to stick around, and that's important to have those in your yards neighborhoods. And you mentioned planting the native plants, obviously that means that certain kinds of bugs, we'll find some their food. And then the birds getting them is that how it works. Yes, are native plants and trees do attract native bugs, but that's important because every bird eats bugs, even the ones that may grow up to be a cedar when they're baby each bugs for protein. So it's a great way to sort of help our native wildlife by having those native trees that also is easier for humans because the native plants and trees require less irrigation. They require less pesticides and fertilizer. So it kind of makes your life easier to as well as helping the wildlife. Oh, great information. Laura. Thanks so much for telling us about that. Let's once again, let people know about the baby Al shower baby shower is coming up on Saturday may eleventh from ten AM to two PM at the Audubon center for birds of prey the Greek community event where we invite you to.
"audubon center" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Peril. I'm here with Laura von media. She's the education manager for the Audubon center for birds of prey the baby Al shower is coming up on Saturday may eleventh from ten AM until two PM. And this is an opportunity for people to learn about the birds that you do help their at the Audubon center for birds of prey, but it's also special because it's an opportunity to have free admission as long as you bring a baby gift, and that's going to be used for caring for the baby birds Laura thanks for coming. How did I do with all that? I get so excited talking about this event. I've been myself, and it's it's wonderful to. Hi, beth? Yes. Thanks for having me. Yeah. That was actually all correct. We have our baby shower event every year the day before mother's day. It's a great way to sort of celebrate conservation and families and also get them donations that help us be able to better care for the birds here at the center, and we're gonna mention this a few times, but just quickly some examples of things that people could bring as that baby gift donate. Nation. Yeah. So it's things that we used to care for the babies or birds in our clinic so things like powdered laundry detergent, we do tons of laundry and sponges, oh, meet baby. Food the Turkey or chicken flavor things like gauze and bandages kitchen trash bags all of those things are helpful. Now, these are things you need throughout the year. But because of it being the the season you have to put in a lot of extra supplies. Don't you correct? Yeah. We see last year actually in two thousand eighteen we saw six hundred fifty ish patients come through the clinic and in may alone. We get about twenty percent of those birds so close to two hundred birds and just one month, and it's because all of the bird nesting seasons are kind of overlapping or gives just getting tons of baby birds coming through the clinic, I guess, then we should go ahead and explain what you do there. And why these baby birds are being delivered to the clinic. Yes. That makes sense. Of course. So we are at the Audubon center for birds of prey, and what we do is essentially bird of prey rehab. So we get in injured and ill and orphaned patients that come through our doors. We get them healthy again and whenever possible get them right back into the wild where they belong. And again, this is our busiest season of the year and people will be able to see some of the birds that are there at the center, but to be clear these birds. That you can't release back into the wild. Correct. So it's always our goal to put them back to their homes in the wild. And if they can't be released if they're deemed non really school by the government because of those injuries that they would not survive, then we can find them. Good homes under human care in some do stay right here at our center. We've got about fifty permanent residents right now that the visitors would be able to see any time they visit. But especially on that day. We will have a lot of our bird embassador out meeting people here in the center up close and these raptors what's a raptor. So raptor is also called a bird of prey, and they are carnivorous birds that hunt their food with their talons and have a hooked sharp beak for eating meat so things like a bald eagle is a raptor. Ospreys? Hawks. Filkins, I will all different types of rafters. And I'm really kind of amazed. You know, having visited there and having attended the baby Al shower there are so many different kinds of raptors so many different kinds of als. Yes, there is many different species of of all those types of different birds. And we have about nineteen different species that live here at the center that you'd be able to see some that are common that live right in our backyards and some species that just may migrate through Florida. We only see them for a couple of weeks of the year. And those species you'd be able to see your round if you come and visit our center, how do the birds get injured? And how do they get delivered to you? Yeah. Great question, tons of different things injure wildlife, specifically birds of prey so the biggest thing that they encounter that does injure them is car accidents being hit by cars things like vultures, for example Arbor to pray. They tend to beating roadkill near the road and be hit. By those cars. We also get injuries from electric in tangle mint ingesting things. They shouldn't a lot of secondary poisonings that way as well. As again this time of year is baby season. So we get a lot of those babies that fall out of their next door. Perhaps we're pushed out of an s by sibling and end up on the ground. I hear two different things going on there. Some of them are injured. But when it comes to the babies, I mean are they necessarily injured or or should they just really be left where they are. It depends many babies do end up on the ground as they're learning how to fly. So we do encourage people to if you see a baby on the ground sort of look at it look at it. It's got a lot of the colored adult feathers. It's not really. Fluffy anymore. Then it might just be a fledgling learning to fly. Keep an eye out for parents. Because if you see parents taking care of it and feeding it and sort of teaching it on the ground, then leave it be if it's obviously injured if it's bleeding or has by porch where they shouldn't be or if it's really young. It's still really fluffy looking then you wanna make sure you get that baby help, and I should ask you about the adult birds then because they've got talents. They can hurt me. I it's not like I just wanna go pick them up carelessly. Right. So what do I need to do? Yeah. Your first step. If it is bird apprai- that's injured in east help give us a call. 'cause we will are volunteers in our phones talk you through carefully being able to get that bird. We unfortunately, have such a small staff and volunteers that we can't rescue ourselves. So we do rely on the community people that find that injured bird to transport that bird to us. If it is a really large pray, for example, abled eagle, then we also work with county. Animal services, and they're a great option. And if you call us, and let us know we will give you all of those different options and ways and help you able to help that or okay and your number is four zero seven six four four zero one nine zero people can also go online to Audubon center for birds of prey all one word to stick. All that together dot org Audubon center for birds of prey dot org. Okay. So you you collect these birds that are injured, and you nurse them back to health you rehabilitate them. And again, the whole idea is to release them back into the wild talk about some examples of the types of birds that you've worked with and how you did manage to release the back into the wild. Yes. So one of our most recent favorite patients. You know, we we get birds that come to the clinic all the time. So there was a young bald eagle that had fallen out of its nest and its particular NIST was in a dying tree with very little branches. And in field that we could not get it. A truck into. Usually, we try to return the babies to their nece if there's some branches in the babies can often climb up the last little bit to get to their nest or we will use a bucket truck with a volunteer. Tree climber to get that baby back, and that wasn't a good nests to return this baby too. So we have a program here at the center called eagle watch. And it's a group of volunteers that will watch evilness throughout the season and monitor them taking data that helps better protect the species and one of the eagle nest watchers actually had identified a nest that had babies about the same age as this baby that have fallen out of its nest. So we were able to take that baby. And put it in the foster nece that volunteer had found and now it's doing great. The parents bald eagle parents are awesome. So they took that new baby. And they've been feeding and caring for and it was just fledged a few weeks ago, and it was spotted flying around the area, which is just a great success story for us. That's amazing. The birds don't mind that you just stuck an extra winning their correct? Yeah. We try it. Times to do that as long as it's the same species in about the same age. We don't wanna put a really big baby with some small babies or a different species. But it usually in those cases, they do work out birds of prey in general are monogamous, and they do a great job raising their young. All right. Well, that is an interesting story to and you know, one thing that I also have noted in being out. There is one of your ambassador. Birds isn't equal. Yeah. We actually have three ambassador birds that are bald eagles and to just permanent residents so five and total that live here and a lot of people do know one of our ambassador. Birches name is trouble. He's thirty three years old. So he's been out about in the community for all of those years. That's fun now to see adults come visit the center that remember seeing trouble the bald eagle when they were a kid. I wanna hear a couple more stories. I'd like to hear about the the baby's, right? And what you do with the babies. You just mentioned you put the win back into the nest. So that it could be raised. But when they do fall out of the nest do they often? Damage a wing or anything like that? It is common to have that happen sometimes when they're really young their bones are kind of pliable a little bit like humans. They kind of bounce them. They follow the NIST. And they're totally fine. We can just pop them back up in that nest or find him a foster nest, but I think older than they do sometimes encounter some injuries. So broken wings are pretty common injured legs. We have a fairly new bird embassador to a permanent resident that lives here. She's a barred owl who fill out of her nest last year and just a couple of days old and broke her femur, so her largest leg bone, and that was able to stick a tiny little pin in it and get that bone to sit well enough that she can stand but not enough that she's able to catch her prey out in the wild. So we named her new maple, and she's now one of our permanent residents here, she will actually be out and about on baby shower this year. How does it work? So obviously, there's some veterinary services, but there's more than that. Right. I mean, you're you're giving the bird the opportunity to get used to the wild again before it's released. I mean what what does the day to day work that you do with each animal? Yes. So our clinic Steph to full-time vet techs two interns that at any time in the year as well. As a ton of volunteers that help in their and their day to day is crazy time of year. They are taking care of each patient and the young birds actually get fed sometimes three four five times a day. So there's patients are being fit often and taking care of everyday. The birds are are weighed and sort of looked over to make sure that they're healing each bird has its own individual sort of health health plan or care plan for how it's going to ideally be rehabilitated. And then they spend their time in the clinic sort of recovering from those initial injuries. And then they moved down to the back part of our property, which is our flight Barnes. So. So we like to give the birds just a little bit of room. So they can kind of stretch after being in the clinic, and then we'll move them to larger and larger inclusions. So that they continue to build that strength and stamina until they get into our really large flight Barnes, which are forty or fifty or even hundred foot long, and that allows them to again sort of build that strength. And then ideally after that, they're headed back to the wild. Push it when you're doing something like feeding that bird. You can't domesticate it. So it's not like you can just put out a food bowl and move onto the next thing. How are you making it feel real to that bird? Yes. So we specific our baby birds have to be a little creative. When birds are quite younger any animal, actually, they can be imprinted upon humans. If that's who they see as their caregivers as their parents if you will. So if we're feeding baby birds normally than what we have to do is cover ourselves up. So we were came up launch. And we'd actually feed the babies using puppet that looks like the adult of their particular species and play the call of that species in the background to sort of fool that baby into thinking the puppets as parent if you will as opposed to us as humans, and that we can kind of prevent that human imprinting and be able to release that young bird to the wild. And then for the older patients that are in our clinic a lot of them do as they gain some strength eat on their own..
"audubon center" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Spy eggs or data loggers to learn why some chicks are dying in their eggs Louisiana department of wildlife. Biologists say, we don't know a lot about wildness incubation. So the spy record temperature humidity position once a minute. Even seeing how often the eggs are turned an important parental step a growing chick looks like the real eggs are incubated at the Audubon center in New Orleans. Fox's Therese Crowley and the rally in crude oil takes pause US. Crude fell forty two cents in New York to end at sixty three ninety eight a barrel. I'm Carmen Roberts at this is Fox News. From the cremation society of Minnesota weather center. Mostly cloudy and low thirties to start your Wednesday, rain and snow showers for your Wednesday afternoon. Highs in the low forties winter storm watches Wednesday night and into Friday morning, sleet, wind and snow ahead. I'm meteorologist Mace Michaels on twin cities news talk eleven thirty. It's thirty five right now before being bed match at mattress warehouse car just cut me off after being bed matched at mattress warehouse. Now, you need to get where you're going. Let mattress warehouse scientifically match you with the perfect mattress. Peppers dot com. Casts. The twin cities number one news talk morning show. Justice in truth. Weekdays six to nine twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty one zero three five FM. City of angels near the Pacific Ocean. Good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM in a moment. Who's behind the secret door four special guest tonight? I've gotta guess who.
"audubon center" Discussed on KTOK
"Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the animating questions for me as always what's going to happen next. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches they're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just hold the nickel noise. Chris some fucks names Janelle real news. Real honest opinion. Actress Laurie Laughlin and her husband Muslim, oh, gee, newly face even more charges in the college admission cheating scandal after refusing to take a plea deal on the original charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud now they and seventeen other wealthy parents who are also indicted, including several CEO's facing additional count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, as well as mail and wire fraud allegations each charge carries a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison other parents and broiled in the scandal have chosen to plead guilty to the first mail fraud related count signing agreements, including actress, Felicity Huffman in exchange. Prosecutors have agreed to seek specific recommendations, for instance, in huffman's case to ask for quote incarceration, at the low end of the guidelines, Molly line new charges for Laughlin and others may result in stiffer jail time, if convicted now it's no college admissions cheating scandal, but actor Chris Hemsworth admits that he. Broke some rules to get his daughter onto a Disneyland ride the adventure. In game star told Jimmy Kimmel live took his young daughter on the tower of terror before she was technically toll enough and wildlife biologist or using some unusual tools to help an endangered species. Crawling through the Louisiana swamps and a wildlife caper swapping out eggs from the nests of rare whooping cranes with spy eggs or data loggers to learn why some chicks are dying in their eggs Louisiana department of wildlife. Biologists say, we don't know a lot about wildness incubation. So the spy record temperature humidity position once a minute. Even seeing how often the eggs are turned an important parental step in a growing chick. Looks like the real eggs are incubated at the Audubon center in New Orleans. Fox's Therese Crowley and the rally in crude oil pause US crude fell forty two cents in New York.
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"If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda. You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a lawn you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris Woolley, some fucks names. General real news. Real honest opinion. Actress Laurie Laughlin and her husband Muslim Ojea newly face even more charges in the college admission cheating scandal after refusing to take a plea deal on the original charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud now they and seventeen other wealthy parents who are also indicted, including several CEO's facing additional count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, as well as mail and wire fraud allegations each charge carries a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison other parents and broiled in the scandal have chosen to plead guilty to the first mail fraud related count signing plea agreements, including actress, Felicity Huffman in exchange. Prosecutors have agreed to seek specific recommendations, for instance, in huffman's case to ask for quote incarceration, at the low end of the guidelines, scientists Molly line, the new charges for Laughlin and others may result in stiffer jail time if convicted now let's no college admissions cheating scandal. But actor Chris Hemsworth admits that he. Broke some rules to get his daughter onto a Disneyland. Ride the adventure in game star told Jimmy came alive. You took his young daughter on the tower of terror before she was technically toll enough and wildlife biologist or using some unusual tools to help an endangered species. Crawling through the Louisiana swamps on a wildlife caper swapping out eggs from the nests of rare whooping cranes with spikes or data loggers to learn why some chicks are dying in their eggs Louisiana department of wildlife. Biologists say, we don't know a lot about wildness incubation. So the spy eggs record temperature humidity position once a minute. Even seeing how often the eggs are turned an important parental step in a growing chick chiklis light. The real eggs are incubated at the Audubon center in New Orleans. Fox's Therese Crowley and the rally in crude oil pause US crude fell forty two cents in New York to end.
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"Weeks. We will expect to see smoke near the municipal watershed starting tomorrow. And for the next few weeks firefighters conducted prescribed burn of piles of slash. Prescribe pile burn which is part of a larger effort to reduce the risk wildfire in the watershed will run through February the first start tomorrow. Run off and on through February the first grey, the Santa Fe fire department wildlife and wild land division. Said firefighters are taking advantage of snowpack conditions. We will be burning fifteen to twenty acres of piles. They were made from fuels reduced project reduction projects didn't have a chance to do this last year because we didn't have any snow on the ground. Area. The prescribed burns is about a mile north of the Randall Davey Audubon center and sanctuary. Mile north of that fire department, which is teaming up with the forest doers. To conduct conducted. Prescribe pile burns will have ten to fifteen firefighters if not more working on the project. Go said, quote will also have a contingency fire engine on standby as station number one fire station of for mercy. Starting tomorrow. We'll go off and on for couple of weeks until about February the first. All right. You want to get in touch with me. Richard Santa Fe dot com story out today in the new Mexican good news. I guess good news. Kind of gives us a sense of the importance of Los Alamos National laboratory as a job creator economic provider for northern New Mexico actually for the entire state. Lanell employees. It's gonna round it up. Very slightly lanell employs twelve thousand people. The Butler lanell had an average annual economic impact. A three point one billion dollars. Per year. From two thousand fifteen to twenty seventeen. According to UNM bureau of business and economic research report released by Bieber yesterday. Bieber also pay the labs economic impact. A two point three billion dollars. Similar report done in two thousand eleven using two thousand nine data. So two thousand nine two point three billion thousand fifteen to twenty seventeen three point one billion. Economic impact. According to David Moore, the labs community partnership office employing twelve thousand people. Lanos own year to year tabulations determined that about fifty five percent. Of the seven hundred and fifty six million dollars spent on goods and services. In fiscal two thousand eighteen. Fifty five percent of seven hundred and fifty six million dollars went to New Mexico businesses. And that was up. Ten percent was up from forty five percent year over year. But David Moore said the reason for the sizable increase was not known immediately. Terms of land. Los Alamos county is the smallest in New Mexico. In terms of overall square miles. But because of land the provides a huge punch across the region. Taking three point one billion dollars. Economic impact per year out of northern New Mexico. Taking twelve thousand well-paid people off the payrolls in northern New Mexico. That would be a loss. Now,.
"audubon center" Discussed on KOMO
"A quiet and tranquil weather trend continues overnight throughout the day on Sunday. I think we will have mostly clear skies overnight except for areas where we develop some low, lying, clouds and fog, I think that will especially happen. Of course in the fog pro neighborhoods, and along the south sound that clears quickly on Sunday giving way to lots of sunshine into your Sunday. High temperatures making into the low to mid fifties. This is above average for this time of year. Enjoy I'm meteorologist Abby Coney in the KOMO weather center. Anyway. Only. Winter is wonderful watching weather in Washington, state parks. It's also great for watching storms at the ocean. And it's also a good time for another activity. Also, a great time for birding road trip. There's lots of activity out there in apparently, quiet parks bird activity that is Virginia painter of state parks and recreation has a road trip in mind along the northern inner Olympic peninsula. You'll be going to fort Flagler state park on Merrill, stone island for historic park up near port Townsend and swim bay state park. And and when you visit these parks, you're gonna see black bellied plovers cormorants grebes and all kinds of birds while you're there drop in at the port Townsend marine center located right in the park and after that head along the highway west to visit the Dungeness river Audubon center, and then visit the park itself, you know, see Arctic terns stopping to feed on their migratory. Route to see lots of Dexter northern Shovellers. Regions and golden plovers..
"audubon center" Discussed on KOMO
"Some employer share the cost. It's good on all transit buses link light rail sounder commuter trains and the west Seattle water taxi, in fact, on the water taxi. The orca fair is seventy five cents cheaper than if you pay with cash or by a single ticket or card is much easier. Or go online and load all the money. You think you'll need onto your orca card? Just be warned they could take one to two days for that money to show up in your orca account, money matters aside. Here's a critical reminder that a lot of new writers never consider take the bus drivers. You guys watch your liquids before you get on from home or work. In other words, you also have to plan ahead for your bladder. And once you reach your destination. Stop and check around before you leave to make sure you don't leave your belongings behind. Veteran. Rioters also say if you're a new orca card is or make sure you tap that card reader before you ride leaves or you could end up with a ticket for non-payment. They're called fair enforcement or enforcement officers. Get out. Donald. Winter is wonderful watching whether in Washington, state parks. It's also great for watching storms at the ocean. And it's also a good time for another activity. Also, a great time for birding road trip. There's lots of activity out there in apparently, quiet parks bird activity that is Virginia painter of state parks and recreation has a road trip in mind along the northern inner Olympic peninsula. You'll be going to fort Flagler state park on Merrill, stone island for historic park up near port Townsend bay state park. And and when you visit these parks, you're gonna see black bellied plovers cormorants Scripps and all kinds of other birds while you're there drop in at the port Townsend marine center located right in the park and after that head along the highway west visit the Dungeness river Audubon center, and then is it the park itself. You know, see Arctic turns stopping to feed on their migratory. Route Elorza see lots of ducks. They're northern. Shovellers golden plovers. There are three hood canal parks, where you'll.