This week Liz and Glyn talked to Charlie Moores about Birds On The Edge and the excitement of Dusty joining the chough population at Sorel. Charlie, who hosts Talking Naturally, has long been a keen supporter of Birds On The Edge and recorded our conversation for a podcast which you can listen to as well.
Talking Naturally podcasts can be accessed on the Rare Bird Alert website and you can see that Birds On The Edge is in some pretty illustrious company there. You can listen to the interview directly through the RBA website here, through SoundCloud here or download the podcast through iTunes here. We will add the full interview to our own audio section soon.
Please listen to the full interview, Liz and Glyn are the third conversation on the podcast after the RSPB’s Senior Investigations Officer, Mark Thomas, talks about what goes into protecting some of Britain’s rarest birds from disturbance and wildlife criminals such as egg collectors and Tim Mackrill, Reserve Officer for the Lincolnshire & Rutland Wildlife Trust, talks about the Osprey Project which recently celebrated the hatching of its 100th chick.
Listen to the interview here