Monday, October 6, 2008

Your Call 100608 Can birds and humans coexist?

How can birds and humans coexist? On the next Your Call, we'll explore the adventurous world of bird migration and what role humans play in preserving these seasonal voyages. Each fall, millions of birds travel south compelled by changes in food availability, habitat and weather. Healthy waterfowl habitats are critical for this passage to remain uninhibited. What are the conditions of these habitats and how can we create a world where human activity does not disrupt this natural flow? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar.

Guests: Beth Huning, Coordinator, San Francisco Bay Joint Venture

Brad Bortner, Chief, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Division of Migratory Birds and Habitat Programs

Click to Listen: Can birds and humans coexist?

Do you have friends in swing states?

If you have relatives or friends in the states that are toss-ups in this election, we want to know what they think. Next Wednesday, after the second debate between Barack Obama and John McCain, we'd love to hear from your swing state friends and relations. So if you know people in Nevada, Colorado, Minnesota, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina and Florida who'd give their reaction to the debate drop us an e-mail at so we can either get them on the show, or have you on to let us know what they had to say when you checked in with them.

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