On our latest show: We connect with Cape May and Cape Cod; we meet the feisty Carolina Wren; and we report results of Global Big Day 2018.
Raptors take center stage—and live from the Cape Cod Bird Festival.
The amazing exploits of Selasphorus calliope. And some Purple Martins return from South America to the gourd where they were born...on Cape Cod.
The Chanticleer of the Ocean. Plus, birding advice from Minnesota and Cape Cod, and a quote from E.B. White.
We wax nostalgic about Snow Buntings on Cape Cod; we present a "royal" Mystery Bird; and Mike O'Connor weighs in on feeding Vaccinium oxycoccos to your backyard birds.
Mass Audubon's John Galluzzo co-hosts and we get a live report from a lady named Krill out in Cape Cod Bay. Also today, Mike O'Connor answers two questions for a listener, and we hear about a bird with a prodigious appetite for conifer seeds.
Master birder Vern Laux joins us live from a Cape Cod thicket, and Mass Audubon's John Galluzzo reports on his Yellow Rail finding...and photos!
Three guests from the Cape Cod Bird Club talk about a big weekend coming in May; Ray waxes poetic in his "Memories of Cape Cod Winter Birding"; and some more tips about building birdhouses.