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Omnibus #34

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, September 19, 2007. Total length: 13:57

Over the past few months, a pair of osprey took up residence atop our Fortunoff Hall and raised a family. Dr. John Tanacredi, professor of Earth and Marine Science, discusses osprey and their place in estuary environments. Also, librarian Judy Brink discusses the photo sharing site Flickr and its place in the library environment.
"It's important to keep these nesting sites going...even if they're on a building or two."
Dr. John Tanacredi

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(Music Courtesy of the Osprey)

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