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: 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.