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Bird-watching with Dr. Bernard Master and Julie Zickefoose

A blue jay in a nest.
Mark Olsen
A blue jay in a nest.

Bird watching is the second most popular hobby in the U.S. after gardening. The pandemic with its push to be outdoors brought more enthusiasts into the fold.

However, the 2022 U.S. State of the Birds Report finds there may soon be fewer birds to observe.

Support 89.7 NPR News and receive tickets to our birding tour of Greenlawn Cemetery on May 13.


  • Dr. Bernard Master, retired physician, businessman and internationally recognized conservationist, author of “No Finish Line: Discovering the World's Secrets One Bird at a Time"
  • Julie Zickefoose, naturalist, artist and author of several books including "Saving Jemima: Life and Love with a Hard-Luck Jay”

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