Avian Preservation: An Audubon Society Interview

Birds are both essential parts of ecosystems and fascinating creatures that help make the world seem a little more cheerful, but despite them having a legacy dating back to their ancient dinosaur relatives, birds often find themselves at risk due to human creations like pesticides and windows. In this podcast, McKenna Conners discusses with Kenneth Elkins, Education Program Manager of the Audubon Society, the importance of birds, the impact human activity has on them, and how we can do our part to help local birds

Alexx Weihrich

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