On our latest show: Some good news about California Condors and Massachusetts Piping Plovers; the remarkable Common Poorwill; and 3rd graders learn to love birdwatching.
On our latest show: How a bird protects its eggs from flying squirrels; Mike finally sees some California Condors; and, why plastic straws are not as harmless as they look.
New! Our very first podcast-only "extra." Associate Producer Debbie Blicher gets the story on the comeback of the California Condor from none other than Tice Supplee, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon Arizona. We spoke with her at Grand Canyon National Park on 9/11/16 (broadcast episode #591).
Today's show is live from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Topic: California Condors
On today’s show: We talk to The Birdist (Audubon.org’s Nick Lund), and to The Birdman (the Birdwatcher’s General Store’s Mike O’Connor); and we meet the World’s Biggest Tern.
On our latest show: AC-4 flies again; birders “attack” the militia men at an Oregon wildlife refuge; and did dinosaurs dance? Hear the show here: Talkinbirds.com/archive
Lessons from a blind birder; the remarkable Cory's Shearwater; and a conservation salute to a rapper.
Live on camera -- the California Condor! And the Gray Jay wants your Doritos!
The duck with the hot pink legs and good news for the California Condor.
We learn what's killing albatrosses in the Pacific; Mike O'Connor helps a listener with an owl/bat conflict; and we hear some good news about the California Condor.