Best Of: The Amazing Lives Of Migratory Birds / 'Lovecraft Country' Creator : Fresh Air Author and bird researcher Scott Weidensaul shares amazing stories of the billions of migratory birds that journey over our heads every year, how they manage their feats physically, and how they're threatened by economic development and climate change. His new book is 'A World on the Wing.'

Ken Tucker reviews the first full-length solo album from gospel singer Elizabeth King.

Also, we hear from Misha Green, the creator of the HBO series 'Lovecraft Country,' which takes the real horrors of the Black experience in the 1950s and adds to it the supernatural terrors of the horror genre.
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Best Of: The Amazing Lives Of Migratory Birds / 'Lovecraft Country' Creator

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Best Of: The Amazing Lives Of Migratory Birds / 'Lovecraft Country' Creator

Best Of: The Amazing Lives Of Migratory Birds / 'Lovecraft Country' Creator

Best Of: The Amazing Lives Of Migratory Birds / 'Lovecraft Country' Creator

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Author and bird researcher Scott Weidensaul shares amazing stories of the billions of migratory birds that journey over our heads every year, how they manage their feats physically, and how they're threatened by economic development and climate change. His new book is 'A World on the Wing.'

Ken Tucker reviews the first full-length solo album from gospel singer Elizabeth King.

Also, we hear from Misha Green, the creator of the HBO series 'Lovecraft Country,' which takes the real horrors of the Black experience in the 1950s and adds to it the supernatural terrors of the horror genre.