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.
On our latest show: The biggest warbler count of all time? A warbler that eats wax. And quiet feeders in the “June Swoon.”
On our latest show: how to co-exist with a non-birding spouse; an answer to why your backyard birds may have disappeared; and how a giant vacuum cleaner may help combat global warming.
On our latest show: How birds may find their way home by sound — infrasound, that is. Plus, more evidence that native plants offer more bugs for birds. And, Mike explains why you might want to offer safflower seeds to your backyard birds.
On our latest show: Localized advice for plantings that will attract birds to your backyard, courtesy of National Audubon’s Tod Winston. Plus: Our Mike O’Connor explains why your thistle seed isn’t working.
On our latest show: What makes American Goldfinches different; how climate change is affecting birds; and why scorpions fear the world’s smallest owl.
On today's show: how to choose the right binocular or scope, and what to offer your birds (in addition to food). Plus, we meet the marvelous Marsh Wren.