Our latest show comes direct from the Mass Audubon Birders Meeting at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts — with special guest Susan Edwards Richmond, author of numerous bird-themed poetry books and the soon-to-be-published children’s book, Bird Count.
On our latest show: A melanistic mockingbird; a piceous penguin; Sandhill Cranes on the move; and birding by electric bus.
On our latest show: We meet a migratory champion raptor; birding expert and life coach Jim McCoy explains birders’ motivations; and Mike O’Connor speaks up about the Mute Swan.
The Amur Falcons of Nagaland, bird-safe buildings, Monarch Butterflies, and the Great Horned Owl — all on our latest show.
On our latest show, The Birdist teaches us about the feisty wren family; Mike O’Connor weighs in on birds coping with cold weather; and we meet a bird that’s struggling to survive in a changing landscape.
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: Solving the mystery of the triple-hybrid warbler; singing the praises of the Common Grackle; and asking the question: is feeding birds really a good idea?
The return of the Pink-footed Goose, bad news for our National Parks, good news for some Piping Plovers, and a small bird with a really big bite — all on our latest show.
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.”
On our latest show: A beautiful redhead; another milestone for Wisdom the Albatross; good news for seabirds off Chile and New Zealand; and Mike suggests birding goals for 2019.
Last-minute gifts for your nature-loving friends; making your yard bird-friendly; and the gentle Zenaida macroura — all on our latest show.
Evening Grosbeaks good news and fascinating facts; the joys of window feeders; and “The chickadee of the duck world” — all on our latest show.
We meet the “Blue Canary,” we visit the Science Corner, and we hear some amazing stuff about swifts from Mike O’Connor as we revisit a favorite show from late September.
Talkin’ Birds Senior Producer Debbie Blicher spent a week at Hog Island Audubon Camp exploring different kinds of bird science. Here’s what it sounded like and how you can go, too.
A California city helps reduce bird birding collisions; Mike offers some respect for the Song Sparrow; our Debbie Blicher reports on her hands-on bird science experience; and a Texas township promotes the “Three R’s” (recycling, reusing, and reducing waste) — all on our latest show.
How the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks became bird-friendly; the #1 bird in American backyards; and, is it a bird…or a cowboy boot? — all on our latest show.
Discovering a tribrid warbler(!); monitoring Golden Eagles in the Rockies; and keeping hawks away from your feeder birds — 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.
The bird that inspired a birding legend; saving birds from building crashes; the world’s first bird-friendly sports arena; and the clever Corvus corax — all on our latest show (#700!)