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In the episode, John and Brian share about bird dads and their vocal secrets to success. They discuss why bird dads sing, what they are saying and how they learned their song. Plus, how did noise pollution and the quiet of the pandemic affect singing birds?  

Previous Episodes Mentioned
Episode 29 Award-Winning Bird Dads  

Noise Pollution Articles
What COVID-19 Taught us About Bird Song and Noise Pollution
Bird Song Became Softer During the Pandemic Thanks to Less Noise Pollution
Sounds of senescence: male swamp sparrows respond less aggressively to the songs of older individuals 

Bird Song Spectrograms 
Black-capped Chickadee 
Henslow’s Sparrow 

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