Bird Rhythms – August 2018

Our August Bird Rhythms presentation on KBBI features the Marbled Murrelet – our Bird of the Month, plus what to do if you find a bird with a deformed beak or an injured bird (see our “Home” page for who to contact).  The presentation also addresses what to do for our safety as we live in bear country – alternatives to feeding birds year-round.

Bird Rhythms – July 2018

Carla Stanley talks about the importance of bird habitat for food, water, shelter, and nesting areas to hatch and raise their young.  She also talks about the Kachemak Bay Birders’ Bird of the Month – the Arctic Tern.  To learn more about the Arctic Tern go to: http://kachemakbaybirders.org/blog/category/bird-of-the-month/  (Be sure to scroll down to reach the Arctic Tern post).

Bird Rhythms – June 2018

Michelle Michaud talks about Golden-crowned Sparrows – the Kachemak Bay Birders “BIRD OF THE MONTH” for June, 2018 and the importance of keeping cats indoors – to protect the birds and other wildlife.  For more information on the Golden-crowned Sparrow, check out our “Bird of the Month” page.

Bird Rhythms originally aired on KBBI on June 30, 2018 as part of the Kachemak Science monthly program.