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Support the work of CCAS!
New at the shop are charming assorted bird and animal ornaments and figures from the Philippines made of renewable fibers. Also new is Michael Jefford’s and Susan Post's book, Exploring Illinois. Our stock of Wild Republic Singing Birds has been replenished. Come hear them all. 10% discount for all Audubon members.

Sunday Morning Bird Walks See you in March!

 

BirdNote is a 2-minute radio show. Visit http://birdnote.org/ for more info.
Note: BirdNote is not the CCAS bird sighting listserve, Birdnotes.

November Program:
Is Everyone Cheating? Secret Lives of the Field Sparrows

Thursday, November 6, 7pm
Urbana Free library  
Antonio Celis-Murillo
Antonio’s scientific research is focused in avian behavioral ecology. His
research is diverse, including research on bird migration across the Gulf of Mexico, bird song in the Yucatan Peninsula, and mating behavior in
Illinois sparrows. He also produces educational materials such as CDs, CDROMs, mobile device applications of sounds and soundscapes. His latest audio guide is titled “Bird Songs of Mexico”, with volumes for Veracruz and Yucatan Peninsula.


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Audubon en Español
The National Audubon Society has launched a new section of their website, Audubon en Español, which will be the digital face of Audubon in the Spanish-speaking community. Audubon en Español, which you can access at http://espanol.audubon.org/ will be a new voice for birds – and will help make Audubon accessible to a diverse new audience.


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