On our latest show: the birds from Game of Thrones; the dawn chorus; and the unveiling of our Second Annual Make Your Own Swag contest.
On our latest show: Superstar birders Wayne Petersen and Paul Baicich offer highlights of the last Birding Community E-Bulletin; Mike O’Connor talks about America’s National Bird, and maybe a new one for Canada; we meet Fulmarus glacialis — the Northern Fulmar -- and we talk about one of conservation’s best ideas: the Duck Stamp.
On our latest show: birds vs. wind turbines; hummingbird help; and, is the Teleocrater the earliest ancestor of birds? Hear it here:
On today's show: Turkey myths shattered; great binocular and scope advice; and why birds love organic wine.
On today’s show: a sampling of some of North America’s strangest sounding birds, courtesy of “The Birdist” — aka Nick Lund. Plus, we hear about an amazing bird sighting in Mike O’Connor’s Cape Cod backyard. And, we meet a bird that’s always moving up.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York, features Laura Erickson, editor of the Birdscope newsletter; a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker as our featured bird; and a live sighting of a juvenile Bald Eagle!