This program is part of The Secret Lives of Birds series presented in partnership with Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory.
Explore the lives of birds through sound as Greg Budney presents recordings from the Macaulay Library at Cornell University, the world’s largest archive of bird sounds. Birds make some of the most compelling sounds heard in nature. From the stunningly beautiful to the bizarre, from drumming to mimicry, from the nightingale to the musician wren, Budney will reveal what these sounds tell us about the complex, secret lives of birds.
Don't miss the other programs in the series, The Beautiful World of the Birds-of-Paradise on September 11 and The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction on November 5.