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Bird Migration

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Season 11 (10-20-2009)

Full Show: Following the seasons of the year, birds migrate from one part of the world to another. Why do they do it? How do they find their way? Guest scientists Vicky Runnoe of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and Jay Carlisle of the Idaho Bird Observatory help make sense of this remarkable behavior.

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Other: Why do birds migrate? Watch to find out!

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Web Extra: Bird experts Jay Carlisle and Vicky Runnoe stay on to answer more questions about bird migration.

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Ultra Hi-bandwidth Windows Media (Click to play; right-click to download)
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Season 8 (10-17-2006)

Full Show: Following the seasons of the year, birds fly from one part of the world to another. Why do they do it? How do they find their way? Discuss bird migration with our guest scientists Greg Kaltenecker, Director of the Idaho Bird Observatory, and Rex Sallabanks, Coordinator for the Idaho Fish and Game Department's Nongame Bird Program.

Hi-bandwidth (Play here)    Hi-bandwidth (Download) Windows Media
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Ultra Hi-bandwidth Windows Media (Click to play; right-click to download)
Video iPod format MP4 icon (Click to play; right-click to download)
Audio-only MP3 MP3 icon (Click to play; right-click to download)

Other: Most birds migrate. They travel from north to south and then back again. Discover why and what birds are looking for when they migrate.

Hi-bandwidth (Play here)    Hi-bandwidth (Download) Windows Media
Lo-bandwidth (Play here)    Lo-bandwidth (Download) Windows Media
Ultra Hi-bandwidth Windows Media (Click to play; right-click to download)

Web Extra: Watch our web-only show about bird migration. Scientists Greg Kaltenecker and Rex Sallabanks answer more questions about how birds find their way when they migrate.

Hi-bandwidth (Play here)    Hi-bandwidth (Download) Windows Media
Lo-bandwidth (Play here)    Lo-bandwidth (Download) Windows Media
Ultra Hi-bandwidth Windows Media (Click to play; right-click to download)

 

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