1. Sure Signs of Spring

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    As we near the end of winter in Ohio, there will be the occasional warmer day that tricks us into thinking it's spring. As humans, so eager for winter to be over, we watch for the most subtle of signs.

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    • Ohio Young Birders Club: Dr. Bernard Master Interview

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      Izabella Little of the Ohio Young Birders Club interviews Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Master. Master is an internationally recognized conservationist, distinguished health care professional, and business entrepreneur. As a premier birder, he has a life list that includes over three-quarters of the world's bird species (in excess of 7,700 birds). Bernie has a new book out entitled No Finish Line, an autobiography about his world birding, medicine, business and the environment.

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      • Ohio Young Birders Club: Lisa Rainsong Interview

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        Chloe Wicks of the Ohio Young Birders Club interviews Dr. Lisa Rainsong, a composer who combines her love for music and birding.

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        • Ohio Young Birders Club: Doug Wynn Interview

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          Please join us as we welcome Doug Wynn, Herpetologist, who will ask the question: Ohio's Timber Rattlesnake: After twenty-five years of studies are we documenting an extirpation?

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          • Northern Cardinal 2

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            Cardinalis cardinalis is a perennial favorite among people, the Northern Cardinal is the state bird of seven states. Cardinals don’t migrate and they don’t molt into a dull plumage, so they’re still breathtaking in winter’s snowy backyards. The cardinal is the state bird of Ohio. It is well known for its rich, distinctive call. The cardinal's song is usually a repetition of short whistled phrases with some notes run together; for instance: What-cheer-cheer-cheer, or Who-it, who-it, who-it, or Birdy, birdy, birdy. There is also a sharp clink sound the bird makes as a call note. Cardinals can usually be found singing near the top of the tallest tree in their territory. Read more about the northern cardinal: http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/species-and-habitats/species-guide-index/birds/northern-cardinal

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            • Ohio Young Birders Club: Rebecca Rose Interview

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              Ohio Young Birders Club member Joey Tomei interviews Rebecca Rose, a 30-year veteran of the fields of wildlife conservation and education. She oversees the Zoo's conservation grants program, which awards more than $1 million annually to projects based in 30 countries. Rebecca was the featured speaker at the last Columbus Audubon program.

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              • Ohio Young Birders Club: George Archibald Interview

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                Ohio Young Birders Club member Chloe Degitz interviews George Archibald, the founder of the International Crane Foundation.

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                • Ohio Young Birders Club: Neil Hayward Interview

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                  Ohio Young Birders Club Members Ethan Wagner and Griffin Wagner interview Neil Hayward. For those who missed the big news in the bird world last year: The man considered the North American birding champion for nearly three decades, who was immortalized in the 2011 Hollywood movie The Big Year, has been toppled off his roost. In birding circles, being the top lister is like winning the Masters. It's safe to say the feat won't ruffle the feathers of longtime top birder Sandy Komito, who set a record in 1987 by scoping out 721 birds in one calendar year in an area defined by the American Birding Association — then broke his own record in 1998 with 748. "Birders are competitive — but only with themselves, and (they) will go out of their way to help a fellow birder find birds," says the new provisional champ, Neil Hayward, 40, who identified his 750th bird of the year, a great skua off the coast of Cape Hatteras, N.C., on Dec. 28 2013. He says Komito, 82, "gave me lots of advice and said he hoped he'd still be alive when someone broke his record. … No one was quite expecting it to happen this soon, though."

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                  • Megafauna ID test

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                    Megafauna ID test

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                    • Ohio Young Birders Club: Cedar Bog Night Hike

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                      The Ohio Young Birders were treated to a night hike at Cedar Bog Nature Preserve recently with photographer and writer Jim McCormac. The evening was filled with discovery about Ohio's night time musicians that we often hear but rarely see. Katydids, crickets and a few surprises such as a barred owl along the way made it a hit with these young birders.

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