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Birding While Hearing-Impaired Is No Longer Impossible

Birding is for everybody — these apps are here to help

White-eyed vireo singing. Photo by: Annalise Kaylor

I’ll never forget the first time I heard it raining outside of my house. I was eighteen years old and had just received my first pair of hearing aids. Tears ran down my face in coordination with the raindrops cascading down my windows. Much like people who put on glasses for the…

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Annalise Kaylor

Annalise Kaylor

Annalise is a documentary photographer and video maker for an international NGO. She has an almost unhealthy love of birds. Portfolio: annalisekaylor.com

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