Founded in 1915, The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a world renowned bird conservatory and is at the forefront of research, appreciation, and the raising of awareness about these brilliant creatures of flight in hopes to better protect our planet.
In Cornell Ornithology Lab, Ithaca, New York, the second part of this radio travel program, inquisitive host Patricia L. Lawrence takes the listener on a guided tour of the famed lab and talks with members of its knowledgeable staff of researchers and scientists. Even the biggest bird watcher will undoubtedly learn something new.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I like birds and learned from this audio so yes
What other book might you compare Cornell Ornithology Lab, Ithaca, New York, Part II to and why?
havent had books on this topic
Would you listen to another book narrated by Patricia L. Lawrence?
perhaps on radio yes.
Was Cornell Ornithology Lab, Ithaca, New York, Part II worth the listening time?