Rob Kanter

Environmental Almanac - May 26, 2016

One of my favorite days of the year

Did you know that during spring migration it's possible to see 120 different species of birds in central Illinois in a single day? Tune in for tales from an all-day birding adventure.

A small bird with brilliant yellow-orange throat and chest perched on a branch photographed from below.

Rob Kanter

Environmental Almanac - May 12, 2016

Now’s the time to embrace your inner birder

Have you noticed friends or coworkers looking a little sleep-deprived lately? You may be encountering birders caught up in the excitement of spring migration. Tune in to learn what you've been missing.

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