The return of "Dr." Rufus Towhee—plus good bird nest advice, a bad Rhett Butler impression, and a hidden "surfing" theme.
We hear a bird that seems to be asking a question, and Doctor Rufus Towhee "bristles" over a new "Bird Word of the Day."
Former Massachusetts Audubon Sanctuary Director David Clapp talks about migration season; and our resident "professor" Doctor Rufus Towhee stumps Ray (as usual) with his Bird Word of the Day.
Ray tries to help stop avian window crashes, and gets stumped (again) by Dr. Rufus Towhee.
Birding expert Pete Dunne offers an opinion on the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker controversy, and Dr. Rufus Towhee stumps Ray—as usual—in our Bird Word of the Day segment.
"Doctor" Rufus Towhee teaches us a new bird word, and Mike O'Connor provides some advice about serving suet in the summer.
A "creepy" little bird is our Featured Feathered Friend—and our resident expert "Doctor" Rufus Towhee returns from sabbatical with his "Bird Word of the Day."
Peter Yaukey of the University of New Orleans talks about the impact of Hurricane Katrina on bird; Mass Audubon's David Clapp describes migration sightings; our tip about fighting squirrel attacks; and "Doctor" Rufus Towhee has our "Bird Word of the Day."