Fish Owls on the BBC

 

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Pretending to be speaking live on the radio. 

Earlier this month I spoke about fish owls on a BBC World Service program called Outlook, which reaches approximately 52 million listeners across the globe. I think it turned out well.

If interested, follow the link to hear this seven-minute piece. They added music and sound effects to make it moody!

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3 thoughts on “Fish Owls on the BBC

  1. Jon – I totally loved your BBC presentation. 52 million listeners is a good number (WOW !!). And that’s just radio audience. Then there’s the posts, blogs and Facebook. I passed it along to many of my friends, and they passed it along to their friends. Who say they will never forget your story; especially the part about the bear. 🙂 You have a wonderful gift to instill a love and respect for nature. Thank you for using it to the max to save the Wild Ones. Best Wishes, Pat Azlin

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