On our latest show: Shearwaters tell the tale of ocean environmental health; Everglades birds make a comeback; the Great Black Hawk is memorialized in bronze; and Mike offers tips on attracting and feeding orioles.
On our latest show: The Birdist (aka Nick Lund) imagines robotically enhanced birdwatching; Mike learns that Baltimore Orioles can untie knots in fishing line; and we learn why spying on penguins may help save them.
On our latest show: Help for birds approaching wind turbines; a possible partial plastic pollution solution; and, welcoming orioles to your backyard.
On our latest show: Why do neotropical birds risk the hazards of northward migration? -- tropical bird expert John Kricher explains. Plus, we meet one of those neotropical migrants — the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, aka the “Little Mockingbird.” And make offers advice on where to place your nest boxes.
On our latest show: Saving the American Kestrel; outdoor bathing in sub-zero weather (for birds, that is); and the loud-calling, quiet-flying Long-eared Owl.
On today's show: Advice on attracting Baltimore Orioles; the spinning Phalarope; and a teacher who's created a high school ornithology course that's drawing big numbers of students!
On our latest show — direct from beautiful Wildlands Trust in Plymouth, Mass. — we learn what the birds are telling us about climate change. Plus, we meet the Tennessee Warbler, and get a western woodpeckers report from our Mike O’Connor.
On today's show: Whooping Cranes on the mend; the bird in the hoodie; and Baltimore Orioles in your backyard.
On today's show: signs of early spring migration! And we meet the beautiful Icterus galbula.
Mass. Audobon's John Galluzzo talks about "birding by ear" and the Baltimore Oriole Project; and our Featured Feathered Friend is the Bonaparte's Gull.