The Waterthrush Podcast #23: Warbnado?


Waterthrush Podcast #23: Warbnado?

Recent research suggests that Golden-winged Warblers detected an impending tornado and skipped town to avoid it two days before it hit; I’m skeptical.  In other news, do you know who disperses ginseng seeds? You will. Finally, budget cuts mean more wild horses on the western rangelands, but that’s not a good thing.

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2 Responses to The Waterthrush Podcast #23: Warbnado?

  1. Rob Scott says:

    I didn’t think there were enough Golden-winged Warblers left to predict anything…

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    • We could so easily verify this phenomenon with 100 different studies of telemetered birds in “Tornado Alley”. Were I a reviewer on that manuscript, that would’ve been my recommendation.

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