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Listener Engagement and Digital Media Director, and Writer
Adam’s interest in birding started when he was a child, when he first viewed Acorn Woodpeckers in California. His mother was then the Seattle Audubon coordinator, and his passion quickly took root in the supportive culture of the organization. Twenty years and six continents later, Adam is still an avid birdwatcher, having graduated from the Seattle Audubon Master Birder course in 2006. From 2005 to 2012, Adam managed the numerous projects of the science program at Seattle Audubon and served on the board of the Washington Ornithological Society. When he is not procuring sounds for BirdNote, you might find him birding, running, or cycling.
He currently lives in Seattle with his wife and Hermann, his pet tortoise.