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John Nelson

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  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from John Nelson

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The Crested Caracara (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Lean how to identify the largest of the Crested Caracara and discover some interesting behavioral traits of the largest of the Falcons.
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The Coopers Hawk (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Learn how to identify the Coopers Hawk and discover some interesting character traits about this raptor that can be found in North America.
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The Cattle Egret (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Lean how to identify the Cattle Egret and discover some interesting behavioral traits that make this small egret so interesting to watch.
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The Caspien Tern (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Learn how to identify the Caspian Tern and discover some interesting behavioral facts about this shorebird.
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The Carolina Wren (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Learn how to identify the Carolina Wren, and hear about some interesting behavioral traits associated with this tiny song bird.
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The Brown-headed Cowbird (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Found out identification and behavioral aspects of this small song bird during this segment of The Audubon Moment
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What's the Size of an Egg? (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Bird's eggs come in all sizes. From the hummingbird to the ostrich, a bird's egg is a fascinating study in reproduction.
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What's In A Bird's Beak? (01:00)
From: John Nelson

A beak can tell you a lot about a bird. This segment discusses the different types of bird beaks that can be found and what they are used for.
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How Do Birds Migrate? (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Ever wondered how tiny birds can migrate hundreds, or even thousands of miles to a new home?
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Why Do Birds Migrate? (01:00)
From: John Nelson

Ever wondered why birds migrate? There is a lot more to this question that you may think. The Audubon Moment explores a few popular theories for bird migration.