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First Aired - 05/31/2011 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On today’s re-entry from Memorial Day episode, THE FOOD SEEN cools it down a bit, far away from the BBQ’s and hot stoves, and relaxes with a reading from Alimentum Journal, The Literature of Food. Join it’s editor Paulette Licitra, and contributors, Sophie Menin and Carly Sachs, us as we discuss food writing in all it’s forms, be it poetry and/or prose, from love over old wine to the supermarket line. This episode was sponsored by Surry Farms


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First Aired - 10/04/2009 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Author of Crow Planet, Lyanda Lynn Houpt talks on the Q Report about social interaction amongst crows and their environment. Mo Frechette joins to talk about his experience as a mail order expert.
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length of sounds, the idea of a predator, food sources, why do crows flock together, families, in Autumn crows find roost sights in the evenings, in the Spring crows nest, crow nannies, a crow can mate for life, mythological and cross cultural meanings, vultures, crows in an urban setting, hang out in the winter on tops of buildings, will eat french fries, in summer they nest in the trees, in urban areas crows nest higher up, serious predators, red tail and broadwing hawks, owls, cats, rats, observation of meaning behind communication amongst crows, researchers learned twenty different crow vocalization, modern researchers believe there are hundreds of unique vocalizations, raccoons, monogamy, in the day they scavenge for food,

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