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Birdchick Podcast #330: Brain Damage and Messy Relationships

What real field biologist resumes should include. Ovenbird vs a garter snake. OMG those birds are surprisingly badass. Morning Bird Walk Bingo! Woodpeckers get brain damage. Blind goose involved with swans dies. Nigel the gannet dies next to his statuesque mate. (Read while listening to Making Plans for Nigel or Attainable Love) Bird Walk Bingo!
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