Mongabay is “one of the world’s most popular environmental science and conservation news sites”, with more than 1 million unique viewers each month. They have recently published an article on B95 and the Rufa Red Knot, in which Moonbird: A Year on the Wind with the Great Survivor B95 was mentioned!
“The birds have brought together scientists, volunteers and schools, and none has done so more than B95. Phillip Hoose hopes his book will bring the story of this great bird to a wider public. “I draw inspiration from B95. If he can thread the needle year after year, flying through ever more turbulent skies to reach ever more scarce resources, then we can double our efforts to save shorebirds,” Hoose told the BBC.””
Check out the article to learn more about the knots and B95.