It’s the worst thing humans do, but nature fills in the scars on city landscapes. We discuss how naturalists from London to Berlin studied the ruins, and we hear from the Urban Birder, David Lindo, about the black redstart, a bird that took advantage of England’s bombed spaces after WWII. Seth Degginger joins us to talk about the wildlife he saw while in training and on deployment with the Army Reserves. We conclude Nassrine Azimi and an introduction to Green Legacy Hiroshima, a program that shares seeds from trees that survived the nuclear bomb blast.

Black Redstart

Black Redstart (by Devid Lindo).


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