On our latest show: Good news for the Kirkland’s Warbler; a plan to save the Marbled Murrelet; sea level rise threatens Cape Cod; and electric power comes to trucks and ships.
On Our Latest Show: Fighting back against bird population declines in our own backyards; the Mojave Desert may be getting too dry for birds; and we meet the "Mexican Eagle."
On our latest show: We talk about Bird of Prey — the new film about the endangered Philippine Eagle — with cinematographer Neil Rettig and expedition leader Laura Johnson. Plus, we learn more about how birds are affected by neonicotinoid insecticides, and we find out about the unusual nesting habitats of the Solitary Sandpiper.
On our latest show: Lost: 3 billion birds; saving birds in New York City; and how to buy bird seed at the end of summer.
On our latest show: The Frozen Dragon of the North Wind; the Boss of the Gulls; and why calm birds mean contented squirrels.
On our latest show — direct from the Audubon Society of Rhode Island’s Raptor Weekend in Bristol, R.I. — we talk with urban raptor photographer Peter Green; we meet the Northern Hawk Owl; and we get some fall bird feeding tips from the Birdwatcher’s General Store’s Mike O’Connor.
On our latest show: Birding in Chernobyl; Crows eating cheeseburgers; and Cardinals and Blue Jays going bald.
On our latest show, we welcome singer/songwriter and avid birder Stephanie Seymour and her new album, “There Are Birds.” Plus, we join the lament about the tragic fires in the Brazilian Amazon, and Mike tells us about the “Feather Atlas.”
On our latest show: Another giant bird discovered in New Zealand; a bittersweet honey bee day; Mike O’Connor explains why hummingbirds are frequenting barbecue grills, and guest Danielle Vosburgh explains the deadly consequences of releasing helium-filled balloons.
On our latest show: Squawkzilla in New Zealand; birds vs. birds in New Jersey; and Birds on Broadway in New York.
On our latest show: Drones that fly like birds…or bats…or bugs; helping Monarchs migrate; and the tropical bird that wanders to Canada.
On our latest show: Good news about Piping Plovers from Boston and Chicago; bad news about seabirds eating plastic; birds communicating egg-to-egg; and Mike explains why birds put food in birdbaths.
On our latest show: More good California Condor news; another bird gets some international TV coverage; Bald Eagles raising a Red-tailed Hawk; and how birds cope with the heat.
On our latest show: We meet the “Meadow Chicken”; Our Freya McGregor talks about birds of Australia — and how to speak Australian; and Mike offers some good advice about bird seed.
On our latest show: Some good news about California Condors and Massachusetts Piping Plovers; the remarkable Common Poorwill; and 3rd graders learn to love birdwatching.
On our latest show: The incredible swallow-tail; birds and fireworks; encouraging words from Bill Nye the Science Guy; and Hummingbird Festivals across America.
On our latest show: We meet a bird with connections to religion….and spying. Plus, the amazing Dr. Bruce Beehler recounts his trip following the Hudsonian Godwit, and talks about his newest book, Natural Encounters: Biking, Hiking, and Birding Through the Seasons. Plus, Mike offers some insight about identifying newly fledged birds.
On our latest show: Feathers may be older than we think — a lot older; good news and bad news about ocean plastic; a conservation salute to Canada; and we meet the beautiful Bombycilla cedrorum.
On our latest show: We learn about Oregon woodpeckers; ocean warming’s disastrous impact on seabirds; and the remarkable Ruby-crowned Kinglet.
On our latest show: saving the “Little Devils” of the Caribbean; parrots taking over the U.S.; the “Quick, Three Beers” bird; and advice about baby bird strandings from the Birdwatcher’s General Store’s Mike O’Connor.