Sewage Wetlands, an Urban Oasis

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In the Pacific Northwest, we often see a lot of shorebirds as vagrants in the fall. We search for a recurring Sharp-tailed Sandpiper at Fernhill Wetlands, talk about the increase in WhatsApp usage in the birding community, and why sewage wetlands make a great recreational location for many types of users!
Tim Appleton from Global Birding kicks off our show talking about the upcoming Global Bird Weekend - which is happening October 17-18, 2020.
Show notes

Main Story skip to:
Tim Appleton Interview: 4:15
Fern Hill Wetlands: 24:30

Global Bird Weekend
eBird October Global Big Day
Fernhill Wetlands
Duck stamp artwork discussion article
Ridgefield NWR Website (where we intended on recording)

eBird hotspots

Fernhill Day 1
Fernhill Day 2
Ridgefield NWR

Intro Bird Call: American Robin (Recorded April 2020 Tillamook, OR)
Outro Bird Call: Pacific Wren (Recorded April 2020 Clatsop, OR)

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Website: http://www.gobirdingpodcast.com

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