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Published on Jul 8, 2013

This Kentucky Life feature on Migratory Songbirds at Red River Gorge recently won a 2012 Emmy Award from the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Many populations of migratory songbirds are in decline because of habitat loss, and bird banding data is used to discover migration patterns and survival rates. Host Dave Shuffett joins biologists at the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission to help net and band songbirds in the Red River Gorge and Natural Bridge State Resort Park in Powell County.

There were 751 total Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Award entries this year, a record number, and only 291 received nominations. Nineteen KET productions and programs were nominated for an Emmy Award. This segment was produced by Brandon Wickey.

To see other KET nominated features, visit http://blogs.ket.org/spotlight/?p=10884


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