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 Lapland Longspur; we talk with Dr. Steve Kress about threats to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and we hear a listener’s ideas about feeding peanuts to our backyard birds.
On our latest show: Internationally known ornithologist Dr. Dan Klem talks about his work to save birds from window crashes; we meet another misnamed warbler; and Mike says, Let them eat peanuts.
On our latest show: the impressive, if scary, Black Vulture; birdwatching at the mall; and some good conservation news from California.
On our latest show: weed for your woodpeckers; in defense of the Blue Jay; and kids solving avian mysteries with Bird Sleuth.
On today's show: What's really going on out there at your bird feeders? And, what are the best gifts for the birders on your list? We have some answers!
On our latest show: The bird that (almost) never lands; the incredible nature sounds of the Macaulay Library; and North America's feistiest bird.
On today's show: signs of early spring migration! And we meet the beautiful Icterus galbula.
Bird migration researcher Tim Spahr describes how he predicted a big fallout of birds last spring and how he might do it again. Our man Mike O'Connor explains the behavior of paint-eating Blue Jays, and we learn how a beautiful diver got its name.