The podcast “Threatened” transports people to some of the most beautiful and remote places around the globe, where birds are calling humans to take action. These stories are about the enduring connections between birds, people and landscapes, and are for the bird-curious, conservation-conscious and travel-starved.
Host Ari Daniel takes the listener on an escape to the natural world and a glimpse into the lives of people working to protect it.
The five episodes of the third season explore the unique ecology and conservation of the Hawaiian Islands. Of the 44 endemic bird species in Hawai‘i, 33 are endangered. The good news: people are helping these birds fight for survival. The third season dives deep into how humans are answering the call to protect the birds of Hawai‘i, and how the lives of these birds are connected with the lives of Hawaiian people.
It can be accessed at birdnote.org/podcasts/threatened as well as a recent feature from Hawai‘i Public Radio at tgilinks.com/3QRtq1b.
Source: The Garden Island