Bird Sh*t Podcast
16: From Costa Rica to Canada: Birding with Andrés Jiménez
October 01, 2019
Bird Sh*t Podcast; Andrés Jiménez
Andrés Jiménez, a biologist and conservation advocate, has found a snowy owl in downtown Toronto, searched for snakes all across Costa Rica, and rediscovered a toad species that was missing for 30 years. His 9-5 job is leading urban birding programs for Bird Studies Canada, the largest Canadian non-profit dedicated to birds.
You don't want to miss out on his remarkable stories of the natural world, ranging from his native Costa Rica to his current Canadian outpost.
BIRD SHIT WE DISCUSSED
Andrés’ Udemy course, “Finding Birds and Happiness.” Don’t forget to use the code BIRDSHIT to get the course for only $15!
- Learn more about Bird Studies Canada: the remarkable organization where Andrés works (the largest bird-related charity in Canada!)
- The Feminist Birdwatching Club is awesome! They have many local chapters, so check it out if you want to join them.
BIRDS WE MENTION (in order)Support the show