On our latest show, storyteller Al Batt explains how he keeps warm in his Minnesota backyard (heading to 29 below today!); Mike O’Connor offers pros and cons about putting up roosting boxes for birds; and Debbie Blicher reports on a new camera that lets people see the way birds do.
On our latest show: the great David Clapp joins us to talk about wintering finches and why they head south in varying numbers; we learn about the beautiful Red-throated Loon; Mike offers tips on attracting birds to newly placed bird feeders; and we air the first installment of “Stump the Guest.”
Evening Grosbeaks good news and fascinating facts; the joys of window feeders; and “The chickadee of the duck world” — all on our latest show.
Winter finches in the lower 48; the beautiful Sea Mouse; birding guru David Clapp; and hats full of potatoes — all on our latest show.
The intrepid Snow Bunting; good news for Michigan Chimney Swifts; shocking news from the World Wildlife Fund; and a new discovery that strengthens the link between modern birds and dinosaurs — all on our latest show.
On our latest show: Warblers vs. The Wall in South Texas; the “Greedy Beak” at your feeders; and Sounds in the Night just in time for Halloween.
On today’s show: We get surprising stats from The Birdist; a winter finch forecast from the Birdwatcher’s store; and scary sounds from a radical raptor.
A bird that sounds like a human; a dog that's saving penguins; and the computer/woodpecker connection.