Enjoy Spring: International Bird Migration Season

Snow geese prepare to land among hundreds of other geese feeding in the Skagit Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, on Fir Island, near Conway, Wash.
Snow geese prepare to land among hundreds of other geese feeding in the Skagit Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, on Fir Island, near Conway, Wash. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
Snow geese prepare to land among hundreds of other geese feeding in the Skagit Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, on Fir Island, near Conway, Wash.
Snow geese prepare to land among hundreds of other geese feeding in the Skagit Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2004, on Fir Island, near Conway, Wash. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Enjoy Spring: International Bird Migration Season

We live in a borderless world where thousands of migrants travel freely. Those migrants are birds. Spring brings them flocking to here and beyond. We celebrate with a discussion about some of the incredible travelers who are passing through. You’ll learn about where to go to see birds and who to do with it. The bird migrants face glass walls and cats claws as they search for conservation spaces that can meet their needs. Joining us to discuss bird migration is Judy Pollock, a bird conservation consultant for Living Habits, and Josh Engel, founder and chief guide at Red Hill Birding.