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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

05:01 min | Last month

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"You had to pay. While i've got lots and bright memories from australia's driving my land over around and so forth and all sorts of things of taking place lots of adventures and great times. But if i had to s- name a favorite place it would have to obviously be about sea birds with sea birds and so would move to the west coast. I always find the west coast. I don't know anybody over in queensland but the west coast to the overseas fractured. There's more of a more of a breeze feels a bit more like the atlantic. Which is what i'm used to and for me. My favorite place defy hats as just spend the my last three on the planet and they would have to be australia would be at the abroad. Silence i've only. I've only been there once. And that was back in nineteen seventy seven and we took a small boat out from a small settlement. They're the engine. Kept coming out. We were in danger of drifting forever out into the middle of the ocean but apparently the guy did know about engines and managed to fix it. We spent about ten days out on the umbrellas. And i have these wonderful memories of unending sunsets with thousands and thousands of frigate birds. These prehistoric looking creatures bubis overhead turns mast on the ground and to me. The brawlers sums up. What australia is all about. A land of open space amanda birds. That's and the last question that i've got if you had twenty four hours to go birding in the world let's say it was your last twenty four hours. You could go birding in your loss anywhere in the world. Where would you us. That's a very easy question for me. Very easy question. I mentioned earlier. That antarctica was just about my favorite place on earth. I have one place which is close to antarctica not quite antarctica but the nathan antarctic conversion. So some people might cute that biologically. It is part of antarctica but politically. It isn't bigger sits above the sixty six degrees parallel. And that would be a place called south. Georgia says georgia is the most amazing place on earth. Anybody this listening. Let me tell you whatever you do in life the one place. Everybody must've should visit. Is south georgia. It's an island about one hundred miles long and yet on e. some three or four miles wide it has peaks rise up to nine and a half thousand feet. It has over one hundred glasses years and it is now completely rat free. governor rats. They're about five or six years ago. The birds coming back in their droves over sixty four million pairs that may repeat that over sixty four million pairs of seabirds nest. Assess georgia. But i can tell you. I nathan go. I would go to the bay of isles. I go to albatross items and i would climb up through the green tussock since it connects to one hour process go. They are without the most beautiful of over sunday. Of course the largest of birds and also the some of the longest lived of all birds some reaching ages of seventy eight years of age. There is no more wonderful pristine part of the world than says georgia and particularly the bay of isles. This was the place that robin cushman murphy did. Most of his research and for a burger. You should know this is where the phrase came from. I have now joined a higher cult of mortals for. I have seen the albatross. So road robert cushman murphy. H was wife when he reached says georgia..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

03:35 min | Last month

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"And you know there are many birds that we have lost look at the zealand storm. Petrol disappeared for over well over one hundred years and then suddenly came back and so there are birds. The petrol another that came back from the brink of extinction and normally the abyss of extinction is just that it's the black abyss from which there is no return and yet birds have been known to do it. And they've made unexpected appearances after one hundred or two hundred years and in some ways. That's what makes me burning so incredibly interesting because they live in areas that we often cannot get to easily anyway. Which is the deep ocean. And it's in that part of their lives that we know so there's about but with the latest Approach that we go by trading responders onto two birds etc and then tracking them with satellites and so forth. We are now beginning to understand a lot more their their journeys. i mean. take a wandering albatross. Can you believe that wandering patrols leaves the nest as a youngster does not have any parental guidance goes to see for the first time and in its first year will fly around one hundred eighty thousand kilometers. It's clinton live for something. Like sixty to seventy years and in his lifetime will fly eight and a half million miles. These are things that lambert. Just don't don't do for me. Is what makes sea birds so incredibly exciting an interesting. I live on the ocean. So last question about your book. Are you working on else. Oh not necessarily but you working on anything else. We are working on something which we call the conservation issue. And what we're doing is that we're taking this book. Seabirds the new identification guide were making it into a bigger four-match and we're doing that so that the full beauty in detail of your place can be seen and we're hoping to get it out by the end of the year and so the plates will be the same. The texts will be the same but they'll be laid out differently. There'll be much more space in between everything. Everything would be much bigger. And we're doing a limited edition. Just one thousand copies for the serious collectors. And so that's what we're working on right now. I'm working twelve hours on it Trying to get ready for the christmas period whether we make it or not. I don't know but stay tuned. i'll let you know can is Can preorder that or is it a you. Just release it. And then i in best dressed. People can write in peter harrison seabirds and apple..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

05:21 min | Last month

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"There were thousands of people. Arrive may over eight million people on their way to work on a cold november morning in nineteen seventy two and suddenly struck me that there were people in the office that i worked in to being going into that office for something like forty or so years and it suddenly struck me. Is this going to be my life. Where i also spend my life in an office for forty something years and then be let out on the met over sixty five what i look back on my life and say what have i done with it and so it was there. And then on that november morning in nineteen seventy two that i decided life lacks direction where to what what do i want to do with my life and it was at that point that i started that birds for my big passion sea birds in particular and that i would give everything up by land rover travel around the world is seven years research on seabirds and right the definitive guide to see birds of the world and that i did but it turkey lebanon years. That was my first book. That's impressive you mentioned in So we've had we had a conversation a maybe a week ago actually exactly where he And you mentioned there that you spent a fair chunk of time in australia. How did was that part of that. Eleven year trip. Yes it was. It was part of my And eleven year trip and -cluded driving from capitol way down to cape town and then cross sort of down south america north america. It's and it was back in nineteen seventy six that having research all the birds i could see birds in south africa that i went from there and jumped on lloyd destino ship that was bringing immigrants from great britain and dropping some alternate in south africa. Then some off in australia and so we haven't get it on there which was great. We sailed across the indian ocean picked up some radio..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

06:00 min | Last month

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"Smell of diesel rotting fish and tobacco and so began my love of the ocean and at sea birds and also by the way for the people who worked at the fishermen sailors and mariners on my already teens obvious regular but novice watcher. During autumn gaels has knives and west komal under the tutelage of such legendary corner. Seabird as roy phillips and laurie williams one classics storm stands out in my memory. It was late. Low tober the winds rage and screamed all around us but low the atlantic ward inward dashing itself against the corners coast. The whole bay was a mall strom of foaming whitecaps and black. Watery hollows and above the troughs with contemptuous ease. The gannett's rode out the storm. Rising and falling in long white lines thousands upon thousands escaping the storm like retreating troops. Hardly a minute passed without the shout of bouncy skewer petrol or say binds until then most of my burning had been terrestrial but that gail converted my attention to seabirds. I have been a seabird ever. Since these for my formative years it was the perfect start for a life that would be filled with epic adventures and endless travel on research opportunities in pursuit of my greatest love. Seabirds birds that live where others cannot over home and in the open ocean you know. I don't imagine that an english guile coming in off the ocean would be a particularly pleasant place to be burning. How old were you when you got into that. Did you say. I can't remember obviously in my teens. So yeah having lived in brixham for most of my sort of childhood life and sort of branched out a little bit and managed to meet up with people you know in those days burning was not as popular as it is now and you could count in your county on one hand or maybe two hands. The number of birds that were present these days. Of course you go for a twitch and there's hundreds of people but in those days it was just a select few and in some ways. Those older days those days from long ago were very enjoyable. Not quite crowded. Yeah will your family. Sort of like a nature and niger. Family or we of on your own in terms of Being interested in beds. And now i was very much on my own being interested in birds but my father who was an officer in the royal navy Heated notice that. Whenever i spoke about birds whenever i drew birds whenever i had anything to do with watching birds i had a passion and he would spend quite long periods out at sea and then one year. He's to me. I know that you love birds and my next trip overseas. I bring you ca- present. And i knew what the president was going to be. And he was away for a year at one point and he came back and There were three three boys. He had one daughter and he had presents for everybody including my mother and the end of everything everyone in got to present but may and most of the people most of the kids might twin brother paul younger brother russell and unreal sister they had had multiple presence and my father and the and put his hand into his bag and he pulled one small rectangular box and he said and so the last president is for you peter. He said it's the smallest of the presence. You've only got one because this president cost is much..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"The silence of the audience is definite. And i begin my opening lines to my favorite story. The open ocean is two birds. What space is to mankind. It is the last and final frontier. The most birds poses the harshest the most unyielding environment on the face of the planet. It's an environment covers. Nearly two thirds of this are mostly blue world and yet as the ocean travelers amongst you will shortly appreciate it. Possible sometimes to hundreds even thousands of miles from the nearest point of land go to the rails of ship. Look see words and see a bird but these are not simply birds. These are not sparrows. They are not crows. they are not robbins. These are seabirds and of the world's four hundred thirty or so seabird species there is one group that stands out a simply something very different birds. That are immense in size birds that are capable of flying over one thousand kilometers in a single day. Birds that can live to fifty sixty seventy a maybe even two eighty or so years of age. These birds that refill each of you with a sense of all the sense of disbelief and a sense of childlike wonderment. And these of course are the alba atrocities. So come with me now to that world the world of the albatross and dear listener hopefully you will. I will finish this story when we are aboard the msce musica on route to marry an island home of the albatross. Hope to see them fairwinds. I'm telling you something. I can't wait for your talks can be. It's amazing so the the one thing the rotten respectively about the decline of our and season. I wanna i wanna end with this yet. Because you know you've you've put a lot of your your energy into conserving our oceans and the and i'll seabirds but the question one oscars and let's be realistic and other was a netflix documentary. Kmart received cease bercy. And it's almost like this big doom and gloom outlook. Can we ready turn around. What is what is happening with With ushers yes we can. And i would like to say that we have the means. Now we must find the will and it is that simple without informed stewardship without conservation efforts. There is no future for our oceans or for our birds. I would like to point out the work. That africa's carried out in the region and in the seas iran south africa's shows that we can succeed and frankly we must succeed. Failure is not an option peed. I really want to say thank you so much for being a part of the spot cost. It's been a huge on an privilege to get to chechyna. Can't wait to meet you on. The flock to marion marion voyage. I will bring you book and ask you to sign it. But it's been a huge and you're ready. it's just been asked to speak to god. That's just had a huge impact on seventy lives. Thank you so much for your time. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Adam and those abuse it or listing as i say look forward to seeing you aboard the fox marian it will be the triple lifetime and i will do my best to make it such thank you so much for the invitation. We ought to be working in association with wild books to help. Get all the best birding resources into your hands at a great price. If you'd like to support the enough project and the resources that are putting out please. Click on the link in either the commerce.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Edward island's is going to be a fitting climax to voyage. This quite honestly is such a rare opportunity. It's an opportunity to voyage. we're few others have if you are a south african verte heck if you are a world burder. This should be a mandatory life experienced croats never to repeat to the game to put it in perspective. I have devoted my life to see birds and birding and i've only been in this region just a handful of times over fifty years so this is a rare opportunity. Don't miss it. There are only a few places left is gone to the trip of an absolute lifetime. We're going to have fun. We're gonna see birds over half of the world's all atrocities can be seen on this trip along not to mention for five or so different penguins theses. If you're a seabird burder this is not to nest. If you have to mortgage sell your car but do not miss this trip. They will be the trip of a lifetime stated quite simply so. I said earlier that you are an amazing speaker. And are the keynote speaker on the floor. To marian twenty twenty two. I'll let you to put a put you on the spot. And i said the i'm for those who've never heard you talk. I want you to give us a short taster of what peter peter harrison talk is like to experience and for the for those about to listen. I've i've heard doing a talk before. And i can tell you something. I had goosebumps. Autism is our was like impacted. Deeply i can just say it. Impacted mal off. And i can still remember that talk vivid. So i'm going to give you the opportunity to give our listeners. A taste of what a pita harrison talkers locks Over to you and you can imagine your flock to maybe at brockton and right now. The the auditorium is packed. And peter comes on the stage to deliver his keynote address. Wow that's a leading question. Thank you for your kind comments to to start with Already regard myself as lecturer but rather more as a storyteller and so i left cutting stories about the birds that i love those birds. Of course are seabirds and a teaser for your listeners. i will give you. The introduction of my favorite story on that favorite story is ocean. Nomads the alba trusses. So for they saw like you to imagine that you are on a ship. In fact in the lecture whole under the ship is rocking gently backwards and forwards Decide and there is a lot of chatter going on in the room. The light such she starts to dim and then fighting through and through comes an image. It's no ordinary image on the screen breathtaking picture emerges it's alone albatross. Its wings spread. Set against the savage and brutal. See it all looks so real you can almost imagine the waves crashing like cannon fire on the spray in your face..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

03:24 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"I'ma say just Full listeners around the world and we've ordered in south africa and if you if you're so african. You'll know what i'm signed. The postal citizens to africa can be challenging to say the least and we got the book through a korea company. The poor not this book the previous book through links editions and enough for people around the world ordering from links they are a wolf kloss company and the packaging. The book comes in his. Just the packaging blows your mind radian. I just wanted to people around the world. I mean you ordering from a top boss company who take customer service very seriously yes. I endorsed that the links are an exception. A professional company and And the postage system mostly worldwide works incredibly well. So you'll be the keynote speaker at the twenty twenty two bird lofts. Africa flocked to marian. And i he just before we before askew the next thing i want to just chatting before and is being changes. I know i. You were meant to begin on one ship. Then that changes another ship and now they're trying to to another ship and we not leaving from durban to captain anymore. Now we gained from capetown and ending up in durban and we were just chatting before and you just said that with the change rotten. It's actually it's actually beneficial and you spoke about a high. It's actually a good thing for us as just just shadows through that. Why you think the changes that have come on are actually are getting flock to marian. Yeah thanks to this opportunity. Adam and let me just say that. I once gain absolutely thrilled being able to help promoting the work. The ceo marc andreessen. His birdlife south africa team company accomplished in this diverse burning region. We call southern africa. They do absolutely outstanding work. And i'm really thrilled to be once a game. Hard of the bird life teen at this time of course out to the indian ocean and flocked marian as a lifelong mariner and leave me ladies and gentlemen. I have spent my life my most of my adult life at sea either at sea or as an extradition mater with literally hundreds of visits to the southern ocean which includes by the way landings at both prince edit and marian islands. I want to go on record. As urging any burder not to miss. Burtless half africa's flocked to marry him voyage. This as if you haven't already realized this folks. This is a rare opportunity to visted one of the most remote. Oceanic area is on the planet quite simply. It's a chance of allies time. This doesn't happen very often so please do not miss it. Also to allay any concerns the changes to the ship. Choice and tenor direction are old huge pluses. For the event. The change for instance to the msa musica is a huge advantage over the previous vessel. This is because she is larger. she is better equipped. She's better laid out being larger. She is eminently more stable on will provide safe and protected opportunities throughout the voyage. You are not getting illness more ship. That's under roll. Unroll thirty forty degrees here. These are huge passenger ships which are very very stable on the reverse itinery starting in cape town and ending in durban is a stroke of absolute genius. The wind and waves will be at the briere on will be building our excitement and anticipation as we approach ever nearer to the fable prince..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"You know your birds with our all field guides. Many artists effort went into the field. They sketch birds from skin. They lacked the feel the authenticity of his shape. If you're out in the field you can see a bird. You can sketch on can sketch in the field. sketching gonzalves. the general impression in shape of a bird. Has it got a careening flight liquor shearwater. Is it a flat. Her and glider. Is it slow in. The boreas like paddock is it dainty and dashing hopping from wade topped away. Talk like a butterfly in an august guard. All these things you try to capture as an artist and this is what makes drawn and painted figures so much better than just a single photographic image my opinion. But that's the way i feel and also you can do so many more images if you're painting rather than trying to save for one big photograph of a single bird so for me painted images alive more bird to shown to a person that is trying to identify the bird that is just rounding hedlund miles away so something about seabirds as they can be really tricky turn into i've been on a couple of pledges and hostile struggled him so high. Use friendly is the book for new burgas. The news field guide is very very friendly. Against for instance for the thirty page introduction section that is such basic questions as what is a sieber followed by the basics of sea bird identification most of the experience sea birds flow just pasta because they know those things already but for the beginners especially for people that have not done much pelagics trips. This is a very important part of the book and should be studied carefully before prescribing to the main section. So we have about a thirty page introduction section. and it's in here that topography he's Illustrate all parts of the seabird on there is even glossary dealing with seabrook vocabulary. Because a lot of times we use the sea. Birds are not used with lambert's unfor- the experts in the text itself..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Eight hundred full color. I'm illustration so tell us what goes into preparing these. It's a must be an enormous enormous. Talk it is enormous. It is huge and as mentioned earlier. The hardens soul of this book Are the art played on the facing played captions and in these plates. We illustrate the subspecies more two inches ages. And sexes sexes and lots of detailed captions to enable idea to grants and this is by both novice and expert burgers. And so what you put into making a pledge it it. It's a huge commitment. First off you need to choose what you're going to be painting the signs an easy thing but it's can be quite complicated and you have to judge how complicated that process is going to be. That is the species on an average plate in the new vote. You will want to play to pick two species birds that are similar in color or pattern or even sewage and maybe even close relatives for example king penguin an emperor penguin. They looked some similar. They're both large penguins. Or you might choose the flying bird. Maybe illustrate a kate petrol against an antarctic petrol. They are both former on petrels. They're both similar in size and they both have absolutely diagnostic huge patterns. And that's what you want to show. If it's a complicated bird like a gull or an albatross you might only show one species on the Because there are so many different. Plumage is and some of these flinches aren't necessarily age related. They might just be in stages with no really true molds. Maybe it's wear and abrasion and it may come as a surprise but in some all atrocities. It takes over twenty years to attain. Full adult. plumage and during those twenty years are constantly albeit slowly. Changing and gulls. Two goals are aquatic. Mar these birds co sometimes take four years to reach..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Nelson hands was soon at work on the project. It took him ten years. Let me repeat that. It took him ten years working almost exclusively on this project to complete the artwork for the gulls terns skimmers and skuas unseat ducks. Yes we cover ups in this guide ninety-three folks but a plates in total as fellow artist. I'm often left. In all at his economy or stroke his ucs shadow to depict form and the seemingly carefree inclusion of detail work is one of the planet's most gifted bird art is. He is superbly-talented and yet humble on modest hans contribution to this project has been truly significant and then there was another person. It played a huge role in this publication. A few years from conclusion of the project. Some three or four years ago. I was leading an apec. Additions to newseum southern tardy islands. Were in the lee of campbell. Island the knee. There was a near gale blowing a federal. Voyager approach me. he was one martin perreault. He had impressed me on. The voyage is a person who had done his homework he knew his birds and confidently code name after name. He often turkish delight in beating. Turn identification on such species as ferry fulmer for bill pryor. I immediately liked him. He was a rascal. He was really a fun person. And i find myself seeking his company. On-deck he was witty and he was obviously very smart and gifted especially as an observer over the course of the voyage aren't demartin was indeed a professional on august and he specialized win. Study farms had written several books. I'm was to an excellent editor of things on. Its logical late in the voyage. He approached me with an impish look in his eye. He had heard that. I was making a world war working on a new cba guide and he asked. Did i have any texts with me. Could he look it over at make..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Lifetime trip to touch on the all important question about the lists What are some special birds. That but can expect it to the us bill fiscally. I think it's important to clear up that the bids within two hundred nautical miles of the african continental coastline accountable for your southern african lists. And of course you'll south african lists once we move A two hundred nautical-mile mock outside of the south african in southern african air is once we into within two hundred miles of marian island that means we back in south africa. You can count that on. No south african lists unfortunately be eligible veal southern african listrik. That's a continentally defined geographic region that dvd keep us african in. You will be able to count those and there's gonna be some incredible out there. I mean profitable the amazing alleged boone's wondering all the trusses at some of these t. albatross People so on previous flocking treating mental albatrosses petrels share will to diving Oldest at marion itself is also three birds that people see anywhere else in south africa's Apple Turn the Shag which is a species of cormorant amsoil. We hoping to get less enough to that. We can take over those three species which Coastal species rather than pelagic species as a plenty of amazing building to something i've seen with the various fluck at sea. Voyages is that. You guys always have amazing. God so tell us about the gods. That'll be available on the frog to marian voyage. Yes so we're gonna have just over forty guys. I think we've got forty to signed up at the moment. And that number may fluctuate. I want to peter harrison. Of course he's your dog is this week is one of god's one about premium gods. Of course he's dc. Build grew will amazing that we have the services of someone so experienced and am such an expert in the field. We have a lot of the local gods that people will know people like jeb. Hot aca john. Graham guys who spent years and years at sea guiding legislative cat. Tom Some other names of people might be familiar with like neil parents. Guide love of david as well good contingent from the local to operators like capetown pelagics like betty to his rock jumbo supplied at a huge number of guides as well and we've got a few international guides joining us from the jump a contingent so an incredibly Experienced group of people that are going to be pointing out the bits to you at c. sat question. are you being awesome any. Tom's on social media is we'll we'll we'll be able. Will we be able to get onto marian island. This is a christian. We feel that a lot and we've tried to be upfront. From the beginning as i said they are conservation concerns already about Invasive mice on the island and we don't want to make that any wis with judaizing any potential ratzel insects or anything from from the ship so we cannot actually get onto marion island. Also logistics of getting two thousand people over the krisha onto marrying which has very limited landing space would be an absolute nightmare not to get onto marion on it. And that island is very well protected and reserved for people like researches so we will not get onto maitland. We all working on getting a permit to into the marine protected area and the idea would be to try and get to within a few hundred meters of shoal. We can anchor. They and we should be easily able to skype out. Those three coastal bids. That i had mentioned and i would be surprised if we don't get sheath bills at being curious birds..

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"It's an amazing story is very inspirational. Yes thank you on that. And i'm still on that journey. It's been a long journey. It continues and each each year's new things occur and I'm we are still looking at sea birds and they are enigmatic. They're very hard to see. Most seabirds stay well away from land and Yeah see birds are enthralling. Because of their mistakes we still know so little about the what they do and what. They are capable. We'll get back to the interview with peter in a moment. We just want a quick check with andrew. A block from bird offset africa about the twenty twenty. Two flock to marian. Okay so we on the middle of an interview with pita harrison and we thought i thought it was a great time to get quick updates on the floor to marian. I wanna welcome. Entered a block from birdlife south africa to the show. Good to be back just to sort of what is and what is the history of these flock to sea. Voyages at flock as an annual thing. That bill lives on. Africa does essentially. It's an event once a year we get off. The boat is members together often. It's time attached to our agm as well but usually run some bidding Flock Flock to dave and the ceo is supposed to be flocked to wilderness. Kevin prepaid to that's an We've taken enough three of these flocks of show and this is the third time during a cruise ship and taking it off to see in taking a little bit is with us say and we've had flocked to see flock to see a gain and two thousand seventeen and those listeners flock today and was a huge easily memorable trip in south africa in building circles and notices flock to to.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Something interesting about an aunt. Artika which i read in your baya is. That's actually the place where you mitchell off shirley yes it is my wife. Shirley is a modern day explorer. Back in one thousand nine hundred nine. She became one of the first. Two women to actually ski overland to the of powell a journey of over eight hundred miles. I'm often asked. did you go with her. And i hold on my hands in horror. And i said of course not no birds. In actual fact there has been one stays recorded Paul and fittingly enough side photos so in two thousand nineteen invited to speak at the house of lords at the place of with spinster in london. Did a talk on gough island. So what does this place. Hold such a special place in your heart well. It's a little like south georgia. Most people burgers included apart from south africans. I think most south africans know exactly where golfed office but most people in the world including murders would not have heard gough island. It is just fifty seven square kilometers extent. It's an extinct volcano that sits alone Group on the south atlantic ridge on which last erupted two and a half thousand years ago. It is home to literally millions of seabirds and even a few land birds the birds include the endemic tristan albatross bird faces imminent extinction and even the lambert there the gough bunting faces image extinction and that extinction will come. Frahm introduced house. Mice is one of the most important seabird islands in the world but all is not well because the house mice was introduced back in the days waiting and seething those seventeen and eighteen hundreds. They have now turned into ferocious flesh-eating predators and they take her kill eighty to ninety percent of all eggs and chicks including those of the tristan albatross. This is a disaster. This is a disaster on a global scale. And the reason i was speaking at the house of lords was to raise awareness to the plight of the birds and.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

05:15 min | 4 months ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast

"Is peter. Harrison pita is an ornithologist author. Artist conservationist and adventure. He has been described as the david attenborough of disease in this interview. Shays hal his love for birds and the ocean started the process behind rotting illustrating the books that he has written and he tells us all about his new book. Sea birds the new identification. God you'll see gives us a short taste of what to one of his talks islam and all i can say is from pay. Oh goosebumps included in. The episode is short. Chat with entered a block from birdlife. South africa will give some important updates about the fluff to marry and twenty twenty two as always the bidding loftus proud to be associated sarossy. Optic what are the wielding produces of binoculars monopolies and swatting scopes as well as the lesser.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Really really millions of Heidi coral babies following the race mess. Carl Sporting Events Carl. I guess you'd call it. IVF team was led by Southern Cross. University's Professor Peter Harrison and captured millions of carl sperm and eggs during the synchronized breeding event. The team then successfully read in turbo charge. The car alive with algae Symbionese shinbones ready to replenish heavily degraded sections of the reef leaked Chinese government documents showing how Beijing is using unprecedented massive valence techniques to develop and algorithms specifically designed to identify people for investigation based purely on their travel history the type of messaging APPs they use the findings reported in the journal Nature as shedding more light on the country's precious for detaining more than a million people in so called reeducation camps one on leaked intelligence briefing note describes officials rounded up more than fifteen thousand people flag by the Algorithm. And just the week then place them in internment camps. The Chinese is embassy in the United Kingdom has cooled documents pure fabrication two lion cubs the latest fine to sit egyptologists of buzzing the following a raft of exciting new discoveries. A report in the journal Nature claims the lion cubs will found along with other feline mummies an animal statues at an Acropolis dig big site south of Cairo. This latest archaeological news follows the discovery last month of thirty silk coffins. And I'M GONNA fight human content at a dig site and the Alexis I saw and e studies found that people who believe in the supernatural and those who expressed manipulative tendencies are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories. The findings reported in the Journal Class. One a based on an investigation of the so called doc triumph of psychological traits machiavellian ISM psychopathy and narcissism schism in a survey of two hundred thirty people the authors report that alongside supernatural thinking machiavellian manipulative and psychopathic. That is callous. Emotionally detached attached rates. Were the strongest predictor of conspiracy beliefs. However they found no significant relationship between narcissism and conspiracy theories the findings having shed new light on the origin of conspiracy theories and how such beliefs gain traction? An anti vaccine has come up with a new contract to try and discourage which paper from getting vaccinations from local doctor. He enters the medical center inferring but not actually claiming to be a government official and then insists that any and all vaccination ax nation promotional material be removed immediately or further action will be taken or Kabuga leaving the employees to think legal action with depending Tim. Tim Mendham from Australian. Skeptic says the hooks actions concerning on several counts firstly could encourage other anti-science or anti medicine proponents to carry out similar actions. This warring was how complied unchallenging. The clinic staff including the doctor would of the hoaxes assertions that he had the authority to demand the posters they removed it's a story in Melbourne which anti vaccination campaign ended I medical clinic and basically went in and said I'm required to ask you to take down your your vaccination posters and then he started karting the therapeutic goods administration. Now he never said I'm actually from the Tgi that he did say. I will have to ought to take them down. I'm required to take them down. If they are not taking them. I will have to come back. And so he gave the impression that he was acting in some official capacity he actually actually. They went to a doctor and getting the same message and the doctor was a bit confused and of course he flashes this. TJ stuff in front of the doctors in front of the receptionists. And it doesn't say that at all in fact the doctors and promotional material. I'll pick it up products in the waiting room. And they clinic. Success but this this government mandated information on vaccination saying get vaccinated. which can legal to do that? So this Fella who came in was blocking his way through claiming illegality got you so with some sort of a breach of regulations when it wasn't and he's he's filming it presumably with a concealed camera as he's wandering around the clinic and those people there's places they're women men children CETERA sitting there waiting for there to be a doctor and they they filmed absolutely absolutely they want to be identified the city in the clinic and then he films to stop the ridiculous thicker working round the waiting room taking down these posters and he signs another one another one today. It's much interest. Bryson it's false representation. It's using a concealed camera and it's quite possibly will absolutely. Yeah and it's quite possibly impersonating a government official which can be thrown into jail for this guy's obviously an anti vaccine eram dangerous is the sort of an action. The action is extremely dangerous. He he's an actor as well. Although it doesn't seem good feedback seven on his facebook page. He does actually. He did have links to the film. He's he published. The other people signed. This is great. What can we do about it? What can we do here? In other words there was indications other people might be following suit. And therefore you're going to get a baby of anti vaccines coming being around in person. Nineteen people insisting that Tyson for taking back. These are willing potassium pregnant women. We've been in the light of pregnancy. You can get vaccinated against protest sweeping uncover important issues and have these information taking. He's reckless to mendham trauma astray and skeptics. And that's the show for now you can subscribe have been download space. Time is a free twice. Weekly podcast through.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on KTOK

"Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. So as you know by now, there's this criminal front group called media matters for America. And the reason I called a criminal front group is because it's a tax exempt organization, and it should not be. Is abusing the tax system. The IRS has allowed to abuse the tax system presumably because of all the billionaires of at. It has as its sole purpose to destroy freedom of speech. To destroy the speech of conservatives. Republicans of non leftists. It is a partisan hit job organization. You and I are subsidizing. And we've learned a lot now about the man who is the president of media matters. And I suppose we'll learn more over time. Is a real reprobate sleazeball? Vile human being. And the daily caller news foundation. Peter Harrison reports the media matters president Angelo Caruso, that's his name C A R U S O N E. You can look at it yourself. Currently leading a boycott campaign against Fox News host Tucker Carlson. A co-founder the daily caller news foundation in an attempt to get him fired. They've done the same thing with Sean Hannity. They've done the same thing. With Laura Ingraham. Caruso and media matters, which openly pine for the destruction of Fox News have justified the left wing boycott campaign by pointing to a number of statements that Carlson made on a radio shock jock show between two thousand six. In two thousand eleven. But Carson has his own track record of inflammatory statements kerosone now defunct blog included, degrading references to trannies jewelry. And bagladeshi. Kerosone posted a lengthy diatribe in November two thousand five about a Bangladeshi man was robbed by a gang of transvestites kerosone described. It kerosone was offended that the gang was described as attractive in an article, quote, did you notice the word attractive what the F is doing in? There is this the writer a trainee lover two or perhaps he's trying to justify how the trainees trick this Bangladeshi in the first place. Look man, we don't need to know whether or not they were tractive the guy was Bangladeshi. And while we're out. What the hell was he doing with seventy three hundred dollars worth of stuff? The guys Bangladeshi. Soon. Also, try to police for not advising the public to stay away from tranny bars stay away from places where Eddie Murphy, and Robert Downey junior have are visiting don't f in kiss a transvestite don't bring a group of transvestites back to your room, etc. The future media matters. President titled is post trainee president. Is much more. Much more. Kerosone did not return an inquiry from the daily caller foundation asking whether he sees any contradiction between his boycott campaigns and his own past comets kerosone. Previously dismissed concerns about his past antisemitic. Comments on the ground said, his longtime partner is Jewish prominent conservatives had rally have rallied behind Carlson. And it goes on. They don't quite quote me over there at the daily caller. Okay. No problem. I contacted. Tucker directly. Hold on. Let me know you need because it's obvious. What's going on here? These are the Soviet police state tactics of the left. And I wanna help as I do with Sean and others who are under technology never helped when I'm under attack. It's very bizarre. Like two years ago when I put together. The clandestine activity that was taking place not in particular. But in the particulars, but broadly enough. I don't remember too. Many people defending me a handful, right? Mr producer. Not too many some people wanted my slot ain't gonna happen. But we try and defend those over the years. I've clearly defended rush. Sean. Tucker, Laura, whomever, even savage, I think. Because they'll take you down these guys. That's that's the battle with you believe in liberty and free speech it up. By the way over there at CNN. They don't. Because they have as their objective to destroy FOX. It's not gonna happen because CNN is destroying itself. To useless carbon footprint with a bunch of munchkins who are who are hosts on that program pretty much. It's not going anywhere. What a play for you a video you won't see, obviously. But you'll hear the audio from Lynn woods law from this guy is sharp. He not only knows the courtroom, but he knows marketing in the press because they've gotten out in front of this lawsuit and they've put out a two minute or so video. Explaining their position and includes a part of our Sunday night, FOX show when I interviewed Lynnwood. Let's take a listen that's pretty cool. Cut fifteen go. Last January sixteen.

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"peter harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"peter harrison" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. So as you know by now, there's this criminal front group called media matters for America. And the reason I called a criminal front group is because it's a tax exempt organization, and it should not be. Is abusing the tax system. The IRS has allowed it to abuse the tax system presumably because of all the billionaires of back. It has has it sole purpose to destroy freedom of speech. Destroy the speech of conservatives of Republicans have non leftists. It is a partisan hit job organization. You and I are subsidizing you. And we've learned a lot now about the man who is the president of media matters. And I suppose we'll learn more over time. He's a real reprobate sleazeball. Vile human being. And the daily caller news foundation. Peter Harrison reports the media matters president Angelo Caruso, that's his name cer U S O N E. You can look at it yourself. Currently leading a boycott campaign against Fox News host Tucker Carlson. Co-founder the daily caller news foundation in an attempt to get him fired. They've done the same thing with Sean Hannity. They've done the same thing with Laura Ingram. Kuru sewn in media matters, which openly pine for the destruction of Fox News have justified the left wing boycott campaign by pointing to a number of statements Carlson made on a radio shock jock show between two thousand six. In two thousand eleven. But Carcassonne has its own track record of inflammatory statements. Carrizo owns now defunct blog included degrading references to trannies jewelry. Bagladeshi? Kerosone posted a lengthy diatribe in November two thousand five about a Bangladeshi man who was robbed by a gang of transvestites kerosone described. It kerosone was offended that the gang was described as attractive in an article, quote, did you notice the word attractive what the F is that doing there is this the writer, a trainee lover two or perhaps he's trying to justify how these trainees trick this Bangladeshi in the first place man, we don't need to know whether or not they were attractive the guy was Bangladeshi. And while we're out. What the hell was he doing with seventy three hundred dollars worth of stuff? The guys Bangladeshi. Karasin? Also, try to police for not advising the public to stay away from trainy bars stay away from places where Eddie Murphy, and Robert Downey junior have are visiting don't f in kiss a transvestite don't bring a group of transvestites back to your room, etc. The future media matters. President titled is post trainee president. Is much more. Much more. Kerosone did not return an inquiry from the daily caller foundation asking whether he sees any contradiction between his boycott campaigns in his own past comments kerosone previously dismissed concerns about his past antisemitic. Comments on the ground said, his longtime partner is Jewish prominent conservatives had rally have rallied behind Carlson. And it goes on. They don't quite quote me over there at the daily. That's okay. No problem. I contacted. Tucker directly. Let me know what you need because it's obvious. What's going on here? These are the Soviet police state tactics of the left. And I wanna help as I do with Sean and others who are under technology never helped when I'm under attack. It's very bizarre. Like two years ago when I put together. The clandestine activity that was taking place not in particular. But in the particulars, but broadly enough. I don't remember too. Many people defending me a handful, right? Mr producer. Not too many some people wanted my slot ain't gonna happen. But we try and defend those over the years. I've clearly defended rush. Sean. Tucker Lara whomever, even savage. I think. Because they'll take you down these guys. That's that's the battle with you believe in liberty and free speech. You don't. By the way over there at CNN. They don't because they have as their objective to destroy FOX. It's not gonna happen because CNN is destroying itself. To useless carbon footprint with a bunch of munchkins hosts on that program pretty much. It's not going anywhere. Wanna play for you, a video you won't see it, obviously. But you'll hear the audio from Lynn woods law from this guy is sharp. He not only knows the courtroom, but he knows marketing in the press because they've gotten out in front of this lawsuit and they've put out a two minute or so video. Explaining their position and includes part of our Sunday night, FOX show when I interviewed Lynnwood. Let's take a listen that's pretty cool. Cut fifteen go. Last January sixteen.

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