Episode: RtNP#66 Pebbles

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RtNP#66 Pebbles
Summer has been great so far and even if my training for a fall marathon was set back a little, my running has also been great. In this episode there is a few reports on wildlife spottings and some of my race plans but as usual it is mostly random talking about not very important stuff.  This was recorded on a mid summer leisure run that turned into a self imposed race challenge.

The birds I talk about is:
Kaja - Western Jackdaw      wikipedia link
Buskskvätta - Whinchat      wikipedia link

Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way      www.matthewebel.com

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