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"lake nesting" Discussed on BirdTalk Radio Podcast

BirdTalk Radio Podcast

08:25 min | 3 months ago

"lake nesting" Discussed on BirdTalk Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to her talk. You are listening to scott meno. The bird talk guy and today joining me has been certified bird feeding specialist here at the wild birds unlimited store in denver and southwest denver lakewood area the other store up in our vata southeast corner of eighty eighth wadsworth. These two wild birds unlimited stores and american family insurance with. Tom walker's agency Support bird. Talk so be sure. You patronize all of them. And thank them for supporting bird. Talk you know. I i said father's day is tomorrow and and bonnie and facebook pointed out. Hoops i'm wrong. But it's it's one of my favorite holiday. So i was kind of pushing it having two sons. You do that kind of thing. You turns out father's day becomes one of your favorite holidays so sorry about that so but for everybody. That panicked and doesn't have a gift yet. You know you've got oh you've got time. Now you can stop by the wild birds unlimited store and denver or in our data and pick up the perfect gift and maybe you don't really know what dad might need what might enjoy gift. Cards are super. They are just perfect for at. I'm just amazed. When i see somebody come in with a gift card in they. They almost enjoy shopping with more than if they had you know a fifty dollar bill in their pocket so if you can't think of anything else the wild birds unlimited gift cards are a super gift to and if you can't get into the store going to my wbu dot com and then either slash denver or slash are vada will take you to the nearest store. You can buy product there. It'll ship for free if it's over seventy five dollars below that it's one flat fee so check that out too if you'd like to join us three zero three six nine six. Nineteen seventy-one is a number. Where on seventeen can us nine. Ninety care chaos. And we're gonna go to the phones and talk with michael up and our today. hello. Michael oh god how you doing doing great Nice to talk to you. I'm enjoying van. But you gotta tell david that. I missed in because i will i will. We haven't had a chance to meet up at coca palley for over a year because the cove at all so oh you know how each other up there. Every once in a while karai. It's right near gets store and my homestore. I've never been in yours up. Make that drive down there someday. They make it worthwhile down here. So cool pick ben brain or something you guys were talking about nesting and fathers and all that stuff and i don't know how you are with the story of the stanley lake eagle up here in our We had a nesting pair of eagles of north of stanley lake. And last year sometime they call the twos. The names for 'em. Tom but once they call them data bomb and they had Last year they're they're getting asked for some reason. They didn't have any baby eagles. This year. last fall a different female came in and kinda chase to bomb off and we don't know exactly 'cause you know there's a a webcam that you can watch the desk but what happens around we didn't know but Mom was gone. And so there's different female came in and they called her f- for twenty or something like that and apparently dead lighter a lot because they did have a clutch of game one of them never had the other one did and all the way they traded off eating would go out and hunt while other garden the net and bring back food and they're always bringing back rodents or fish and stuff like that and they took really good care this baby he'll and it grew up and was getting married gig and very healthy until they're dead tree that they're nestles in brooklyn gays and the nest fell to the ground and apparently dad and asked for twenty. We're okay but the baby evil must've been killed or injured some sort so there's no baby eagle now again we. We've been fascinated watching the you know the antics of the beagle there and they were great pair and they got along with each other well. They've already started picking out sticks and stuff gives us cert on on a new debt although obviously donald half more in the fall and amid winter tomorrow. Hopefully they'll have a good solid nets for next year but he goes will just build on a nasty year after year and in until it just becomes so unwieldy i think the largest has twelve feet across six feet. Deep weighed over a ton of course. Yeah and that's that's gonna break a tree. Well it did okay kind of interesting. Because they this was what they call the old net they they built a new one fall and winter but it got blown out in a windstorm. You mentioned back army. Imagine making one of those with just your face out of the hat on your mouth and we'll even so they went back and refurbish the oldness and this was the old one but it was in a dead tree in the branch did came away. Yeah so they'll have to do. They have a webcam over at the other nest. Well that blew down. So they'll have to reestablish a webcam with a new nest then for next year going to but without knowing exactly where it is. Right right yeah. That's that's unfortunate that that happens frequently though the the ness just so big or the tree get so rotten. It can't support a nest anymore. And of course the usually the parents do survive if it crashes but the babies don't they're not ready to fly and they're pretty fragile parents are. We're apparently able to get out of the net but the daily and not flown yet so you had no way to escape. It's quite the saga it really is. It's an interesting story. I've been following it for about a year now. Well thanks for. Updating at david has talked about the stanley lake nest over the years and with the eagles but think this year. We didn't get an update on that. So thanks for the update. Michael now you know and you can put in is vague when he comes back. that's right. yeah that's that's what brothers are four exactly brother for younger brothers line i. It's a challenge keeping them in line. Isn't it yeah definitely okay and for father's day you're probably gonna work out. Okay me some people can go out and buy you a fresno tomorrow and then the rest will know that it's really next week and then maybe you'll get to president. That would be good. I wouldn't pass that up your plan on. That was your cutting. Yeah thanks a lot michael. Thanks for calling in. And i'll tell david.

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"lake nesting" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"lake nesting" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Our things looking around for to these days. You know we got quite a bit of work Four zero to they were. We're moving. we're starting to get that traffic That will eventually move over to the to the new roadway there between four two and thirty four You can see it going now. We're hoping by the end of the month that we will have traffic moved over to that new paying or the new concrete The new alignment and that will straight out that curve which has been you know clearly a hassle to a lotta people And the other part. That's good is that that's of course where the Giant tanker trucks spill was and the so we don't that that pavement You know it's it's holding right now. It's doing okay But it's not. It's definitely not good for a long term sex so We're hoping to get traffic moved over there as soon as possible Mother nature would be real nice. Just she gets gives us a little bit of rain out of this this next cup x. Couple of days. But we'll see. How much of that road did you have to repave. well it was mostly in patches where we had to go in and where it really soaks through and it actually Soaked into the subst the the the some surface below the pavement. And so that's where we had to go in there and and fill that back up and then repave over so if you drive over now you can quite easily see the patching that had to happen. That's on there and And it's holding real good right now so we're pretty happy about that But you know those containment issues continue. We're going to be You know they're going to be Working on that they have to get any of that soil that got contaminated with diesel fuel actually has to be removed from there so it is going to be a lengthy process. We were actually undergoing a similar one much smaller but similar i seventy six by fort morgan. There was a tanker truck that spilled over there a couple of open more than a month ago and They're having to take out about seven feet of dirt in between the two lanes so it's going to be a process out there for three or four weeks and so if you figure that's three or four weeks where we have here on. I twenty five. It's gonna even longer so it's gonna be quite a process of fortunately that will be being paid for by the Insurance company for the company that that spilled it. so that's That's a good thing for the taxpayers. That we're not going to be jared file. See that region for communications manager. No shortage of work And thanks for zooming in on all the details. Appreciate you as always yes. We don't want people to be driving dead so was not a good thing. No no jared. Thanks so much. Have a great day. Eight forty seven now. Thirteen ten kfi kao by the way f. A four twenty also known as joe lean. Joe lean you know the stanley lake. Nest wrecking ball legal. She's a mob. We got the details coming up. What's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Local programming continues right after mornings with jalen noko now the power trip all show. We are northern colorado's voice thirteen ten f. k. Anthony as the next earns one year after the disappearance of the oh g. mama at the stanley lake eagle's nest there's a new mama in town and it's the justice bell joe lean who stole the former's man eight fifty one now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision as specialists studios. Thank you thank you. Thank you alison sell to at nine news for doing this follow. Apparently the female bald eagle on as a four twenty. She has a number of other names. is now the mother of an eaglet. This according to the stanley lake regional park facebook page caps off year of drama drama drama that began with an attack a desperate bid for affection and a love story that against all odds captured headlines. And perhaps begrudgingly are now. It appeared that two eaglets were born as of This past thursday. Now on saturday park officials reaves revised that down to one bobblehead as they're called. If you take a look at the nest camps it's so cute when you look at these little these little fluff balls and the column bobbleheads because well right. After they're born you'll see them. Bobbing weaving punchdrunk. Because their neck muscles aren't strong enough to actually support their heads. You'll just see these little little fuzzy heads disc- kind of You know just we've and around in the nest. But on saturday you have park officials revising that down to one eaglet which they're calling s l. One they wanna get away from naming the bald eagles so that we humans do not anthropomorphized them potentially putting them in danger but a park officials saying it's unlikely that second eg will hatch park officials obviously with a great sense of humor on facebook saying it looks like s l one will be living the life of spoiled only child after all. Now it's a new chapter detail that began april six of Twenty twenty while the human population was staying indoors and obsessing over well fell in the blank when it comes to your binge watching program of choice similar caliber. Trashy drama was happening at a once peaceful nest closer to home. Yes that was the date april. Six twenty twenty when f four twenty first entered our collective consciousness though at the time she was simply known as the floater stanley lake communities original mom had a nest full of eggs a loving partner in the form of the father and yes a bright future ahead of her then entered. Jessica belle joe. Lean hussy f four twenty shattered at all when she attacked the nest. One night the original mom hasn't been seen since her eggs. Sadly were no longer.

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"lake nesting" Discussed on Ordinary Equality

Ordinary Equality

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"lake nesting" Discussed on Ordinary Equality

"My name is and i'm an abortion storyteller for testify so i'm known binary Pronounce so i don't really identify one way or the other as male as a man or woman but somewhere kind of in the middle of that spectrum so i found out that i was pregnant when i was nineteen. I was a sophomore in college. And i found out because my roommate and i who had lived in close proximity to each other the previous few semesters are it menstrual cycles cycles. It started to synchronize so when she asked me one day for tampon just kind of popped into my head. While i haven't not a period in a minute i should probably figure this out so i took a pregnancy test and it came back positive in at first i was like well. I've only had sex like maybe less than ten times like there's no way there's absolutely no way that this is happening So i'm definitely gonna take another one. I took another one. Another one are an income coming back positive. When i was like those those absolutely no way some sitting there. I'm crying in the In the bathroom stall of my dormitory at the time just thinking to myself one. I can't let my parents find out that. I just went off to college and this happened and then to. I didn't know what to do I was from a pretty conservative small town and we didn't really talk about safe sex let alone anything regarding what happens when a person becomes pregnant or what your options are regarding if you want to terminate a pregnancy or carry it to term so i didn't know what my options were and i was just. I knew though that. I didn't feel like this was the time in my life to have a child Another some phenomenal parents out there. Who were the age. That i was when i became pregnant. But i knew for me that this just wasn't something that i wanted so it was never a doubt in my mind of whether or not i was going to have an abortion or if i was going to carry to term whistles right around the time when i started like questioning my gender identity This is right around the time when i was questioning my sexuality as well I was just kind of finding myself at this period of my life. And i knew that this just wasn't the right decision for me to have a child right now so it was never a doubt in my mind whether or not i was going to get an abortion but i had no idea how to do that and the way the abortions were talked about in my sexual education courses in high school There was a lot of stigma behind and there was a lot of negativity behind it but there was no information as far as how to go about procuring these services. What an abortion actually entailed or what it was like in the safe medical procedure so not knowing these things led me to kinda take my abortion journey and myself manage abortion into my own hands I went on places like rutta. I went on various different places on the internet in forums to kind of find what works free people and different home remedies for you. Starting the process and making sure that i could do that as safely as possible because i didn't know that there were mutual aid funds. I didn't know that there were there. Were auctions for me. And i didn't wanna tell my parents at the time because again of the stigma behind abortion care. And i didn't know where to turn. So i chose to do that. I took a few herbal remedies in a few medicinal traditional medications on the cramping started. I started to cramp for probably about how three or four days. Unfortunately this was on a long weekend where my roommate was out of town so i had the To myself kinda made myself a little lake nest of pillows and blankets and junk food just to try to get through it but it was. It was not a good time in that was just because i did not have a support system. It honestly felt like a pretty bad period but the the issue was that. I just didn't have anybody to talk to again because of the stigma behind it. So that was the most difficult part of the the actual abortion itself. But i remember waking up and just kind of on the third or fourth day kind of recognizing that it was slowing down on It was almost over and that it was done and it was just the the biggest lake elation and feeling of relief that i didn't have to to deal with this anymore and i was scared at first that that it didn't work because in all honesty like i didn't know what to do if it didn't so luckily it did. It was just a feeling. Like i i could get back to my life. It was an that definitely changed the course of my life because through that experience i realized that even with my background is middle class. A white person in a very like in in educational setting that has educational privilege. Where i'm going to this college campus. They didn't have resources for me. I didn't have my own resources. And so it even in situations that are different than mine. I recognize that there are so many more barriers. I know that if i if i would have reached out if i probably would have told one of my professors if i probably would've told a trusted adult on campus they would have been able to take me somewhere in order to have either a medication or a surgical abortion depending on how far it was along when i told bud but i chose not to do that and so i think one a lot of the times some barriers and personal barriers. Especially in my circumstances. Came from the stigma regarding abortion. Care on me making that decision for myself but all in all i've no regrets having an abortion was honestly one of the best decisions that i ever made for myself because it was something that i did for me. So honestly.

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"lake nesting" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"lake nesting" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Year did movie pass start it was like it was three or four years ago seventeen seventy and it was like really early eighteen is when it was really peaking right and the movie theaters were very late to roll out there kind of. Answer to movie pass if movie theaters had done this in two, thousand, fifteen, hundred, two, thousand, and sixteen maybe would have developed habits and maybe we would be talking about a very different thing. It just wasn't financially sustainable movie pass was a Ponzi scheme. It was a it was a debt ridden Ponzi scheme and it just was never gonNa work and it was great for consumers for a small window of time. But all it did was it further eroded the loyalty to the movie going experience and A. Perverted way because it made people expect that they should be able to see stuff for very small some of money, and by that point, the movie industry had gotten to this place. The sort of you know belly full approach to movies where every movie has to make three hundred million dollars to be considered a success, and so thus ticket prices need to continue to go up concession prices need to continue to go up. It was like so many economies of scale in the United States and worldwide. It was not. It wouldn't settle. It wouldn't settle for its profits needed more prophets and the system is designed to reward growing businesses and movies couldn't sustain it. It just couldn't sustain it long term and this will be true of every American art form that gains a sort of a center hold on our attention and then new expectations grow around it, and so it has to get bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and I, you know I'm I'm reluctant to get too far into the kind of new age of capitalism conversation the comes. Along with this, but it is completely been victimized by that has been completed victimized by corporations around the world, buying up movie studios in the seventies and eighties expecting them to turn mega-profits. Now, there's just nothing to be done about it. At this point, we're thirty forty years on from those decisions. So everything that we do now is an attempt to counter these growing expectations around these businesses, which is why we have the MCI James Bond. Fast movies all of these animated films, those movies define moviegoing in the twenty first century because of these expectations. It that's not all that movies are though and I you know I'm very doom and gloom about this and have been for many years but there is still a ton of stuff being made. That is beautiful and essential that I think can change people's lives like I would recommend all people just watch Dick Johnson is dead, which which. One hundred and fifty million people around the world can watch today if they want to. That's a small movie made by a basically a single person who had an idea that was relevant to her life. So there are still ways to get these in front of people. It's just the business of movies is kind of over as we know it and it's going to have to restart in a new way. That's my rant. To my baseball example, that's the core tension between those two things that baseball doesn't really need people to go to the Ballpark to make that much money. The owners are going to make money from TV deals anyway and movies just don't. They don't have that lake. Nest. Egg, egg in the bag right now unless it's like you're talking about streaming, you're right but it is very much correlated I think to the movie question because long-term if everyone has a relationship to baseball only via television and they don't build the personal relationship to the in game experience, you might see an erosion of Phantom over. Time which means an erosion of ratings which means erosion of value like that is entirely plausible. Ten years down the line in all sports and we're owners and commissioners and players are thinking about this in every sport because no one's in able to see the Games in person and also other sports the shortfall. The NBA different for baseball like every every like in person experience in America. Is threatened right now and it's causing every industry to reevaluate. Unfortunately, movies was arguably the most vulnerable and had already been vulnerable and I do think that there was I I mean capitalism ruins everything especially eventually by. There is just a window that was missed in terms of developing some of the behavior that bobby was talking about in the end figuring out not just that you know marvel is like the center of the universe but also that this theater is the best way to see marvel which you know. People would go to the theater until they could go somewhere else but it was not a surprise, the streaming services, and the fact that movie theaters were traffic was not a surprise like the writing on the wall and we just no-one adapted. I do think that there will be a desire to reclaim mass congregation event experience. When we get to, you know hopefully a new and safer stage of all this. I. Do think that. I really do believe that people like I mean seeing endgame with people was really fun. It was just way better than watching it alone at my house it was it was meant I remember I'll never forget seeing it with Mallory people losing their minds at three or four times in the movie, and that's very corny in it's about an MCSE you movie and. He talks about the hammer thing when captain. Young. But yeah I also remember seeing the hammer thing and the turning to Christ and be like why are they cheering and then Chris explained it to me because he was there. So that's useful. You Know Zach wouldn't have known. But. It applies the things that are kind of less. Profit bound to like we saw the Irishman in theaters and I was like this is fucking incredible like I only want to see movies this way this is how I love to see movies and I love to see it being surrounded by people. So that just like people will want to go back to the Ballpark, people will WanNa go back to movie theaters. It's not like forever just the system, the structure that's been designed around it is broken. Okay. Well that we have a question from Hagen. If you both had to pick two movies that have been postponed due to covid nineteen, you could watch them in a movie theater today. which movies would you pick and why? Fire Away. Men. I mean my first one's pretty obvious and it's no time today the James Bond movie which I I want to see any theater I don't WanNa see now my home for the aforementioned reasons it's very fun to see those the large group of people to see them at scale. And I also love those movies and I was looking forward to it. So that was a real bummer. Do you want me to share my other? Yeah. Well, let's trade back and forth I'LL DO WANNA. Man Can do yours and I'm inclined to say top gun maverick. which that's That would speak to that experience that I'm missing out on you know that just. that. Bobby Wagner experience where you're just like we're all watching this movie, it's Kinda dumb. It's also beautiful. Everybody's kind of playing their part and it gives you a sense of Chilean's you've lost that love and feeling again altogether. Song is just playing at giant theater volume. Yeah. Majestically, we wanNA majestic experience when me go back to movie theaters. So that's one of the what's your? What's your next one? Deep. Water, which is the Ben Affleck. Movie directed by Adria Mind I. Just I WANNA know I bought it. I want to understand I want to have all the information I think. I'll enjoy it. I've been following the narrative, the outside the fell narrative just let me in you know. Scrape pick when you say you. WanNa know you WANNA know like how hot the sexual heat between the armies and Africa's? I Wanna now but sure I, think that will be relevant in this particular movie. Okay I, think that's a good one I would also. As we approach Halloween season love to see the new movie last night in Soho, which has I think we're supposed to open in September originally and now has been pushed the twenty twenty one we love Edgar on this show obviously listeners of the Scott Pilgrim episode that and that just looks like a I need more horror classics I need more instant classics and I trust him to make something like that. He's never made a movie quite like that. So that would have been great to have and. That's another movie that I don't think was going to work as well at home. So I'm I'm glad they're holding it how long they can hold it. We'll see Okay. Here's a curveball from Marshall. If Sean Amanda had a freaky Friday situation who at the ringer office would be the first one to notice and I'm just going to add the addendum and why so I feel like most people would say that it would be crest but I think Chris would be the last person to know. And I say that with love for a lot of lot for Chris, you just be like whatever they've.

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"lake nesting" Discussed on Curious City

Curious City

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"lake nesting" Discussed on Curious City

"Did you totally crass but are you on a date right now. Not Really I mean not officially I mean we wanted to meet each other first before we wanna like official date. So what do you think are you on a date right now. I'm not sure the Bats Rodrigo and Jessica. They met on tinder. And I'm Sarah guys reporting curious city. So how did I get out here spending my Saturday night interrupting first dates at a bar with a microphone. Well it all started when Listener Yvette. Ambert asked US quote how. How is the dating scene in Chicago? Now we weren't able to get a hold of Yvette but this question of what Chicago is like for Romance. It's a question that the people think about a lot and sometimes even choose their place to live based on it. We wanted to find specific qualities of dating in Chicago that feel whelp particularly Chicago and we started with the data but by the numbers Chicago. Dating Demographics are pretty on par with most large cities So to try and find the Chicago characteristics. Curious city opened a hotline to take your calls and I went two bars. On the North and south sides we heard from men women straight people gay people help and two themes definitely stood out theme number one. Lend me some sugar. I'm your neighbor. Let's begin with a classic Chicago Story. star-crossed love here's locked me wrong erosion. I met this guy through friends and locked me really liked him but there was an issue I was living off the argyle. Stop on the red line and he lived off the division blue line-stop every day locked. Her boyfriend would have to decide who would travel to from the moment. I left my door. I'd have to walk. You know three and a half blocks to the red line and the truth got tiring get off three now. Distance was not necessarily the reason. Lock she and her boyfriend broke up but it didn't help there and this theme of Chicago not wanting to date far outside their neighborhoods. It came up again and again time. Inconvenience are certainly reasons and but those are also mixed up with Chicago in strong sense of neighborhood identity. Here's Listener Mitch. I'm gay and Live in town so no I don't move in any of the LGBT neighborhoods like boy's town or Andersonville notice that people in town tend to paint anywhere outside. Outside of that neighborhood is just far. Which is outrageous lakeview to buck town by the way it's under three miles this phenomenon of staying near your own hood you see it? Reflected in some online dating apps like okay. Cubic data from the company's shows Chicago users users message other users who live near them more. This of course could at least something to do with race since Chicago is so geographically segregated gated and race does influence people's dating choices as for luxury of the Blue Line. Red Line Romance a little over a year ago she she moved to Dallas and her personal research suggests that dating Dallas is different for one thing. Driving long distances is a lot more common. Come in there. Oh someone lives thirty miles away. I don't think that that deters people the same way it would end Chicago and she wanted to add one more thing. I have to say like all all of these feelings about geography. A really heightened when it's cold what's the temperature there right now right now I think it's in the seventies. Rei it and that brings us to Chicago. Dating theme number. Two winter is coming. Talking to daters I learned a new phrase about winter enter one. It seems that everyone under thirty already knew well. Have you heard of cuffing season. That's cuffing season as in cuff. So you F F tow car is twenty nine and she learned about this phenomenon when she moved here from North Carolina. I heard Chicago people saying in why what is coming season and they were like. Oh just like you know in the winter months where you have your main boo. With other month summer months you might have multiple booth breath so cuffing is the tendency to commit to a monogamous relationship. But just for the cold months. It's seasonal GIG daters. I spoke to in their thirties thirties and forties. They had other names for it Lake Nesting for the harvest season or catching boyfriend. You know like catching a cold or a warm stone in the bed stone in your bed you said in a sentence. I didn't even like that girls. It's just a warm stone okay. Son Data does seem to support the existence of cuffing season. According to facebook relationship status says peak months for breakup are made through June postseason. When people are ready to get back out there uncut?.

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