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Can I Have A Word?
Thursday November 26th, 2020 with Bob LeDrew
Notes from an unintentional birder, with memoirist Julia Zarankin

It was the fault of a red-winged blackbird. Julia Zarankin was drawn into the world of birding by that innocent roadside resident years ago. But she went deep enough to end up writing a memoir that tells the story of her finding birds, and finding a bit of herself: Field Notes From an Unintentional Birder. We talk birds, birding, and bliss, with a brief stop on the prothonatory warbler. (photo: Claire Sibonney)
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If this interview gets you interested in birding, here are some resources:
* Ottawa Field Naturalists:
* MANY more birding links:
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