Crow Patrol Podcast

Crow Patrol Podcast: Episode 4 – Interview with Prof. John Marzluff

In this episode, we heard about Prof. Marzluff’s research and academic work during the pandemic. He also shared news on the launch of his new citizen scientist app for young people. We discussed the many facets of a winter crow roost: how large they can be, staging and flying to the overnight roost, Crow family social dynamics, roosts as information centers, the deafening vocalizations around an overnight roost, and then approached to counting crows in a roost!

2021-06-09T14:28:39-04:00April 28th, 2021|

Crow Patrol Podcast: Episode 3 – Interview with with Prof. Anne Clark

In this episode, we explored how Prof. Clark first became involved with birds, her academic work and doctorate at the University of Chicago, her teaching and research at Binghamton University, her extensive research and field work with American and Fish Crows, and her approach to counting Crows around an overnight winter roost.

2021-03-05T14:27:29-04:00March 5th, 2021|

Crow Patrol Podcast: Episode 1 – Interview with Wayne Petersen

Our first guest on the new Crow Patrol podcast is Wayne Petersen, Director of Important Bird Areas (IBA) for Mass Audubon. Listen to Wayne describe his experiences with Crows over his lifetime, and his impressions from the Winter Crow Roost in Lawrence, MA. Wayne wrote an excellent article, titled, "Licorice in the Sky" for Mass Audubon about this overnight Crow roost phenomenon...

2021-03-05T14:24:55-04:00December 4th, 2020|