Smithsonian Tours' David Clapp joins us as we talk about seabirds and mating owls. And we learn about the perfect gift for the birder on your list (if 10 million dollars fits your budget).
We'll explain that "no such thing" comment as the great David Clapp joins us in studio to talk about migration marathons and mysteries.
Co-hosted by Smithsonian Tours' David Clapp as we talk about the Galapagos Islands, winter feeding, birds falling from the sky, and the raptor that was mistaken for an airplane.
Superstar birder David Clapp joins us in studio, and we relive his close call with a Sharp-shinned Hawk. Also, we focus on a fierce Featured Feathered Friend; and Mike O'Connor advises a listener about preparing for winter bird feeding.
We get a little help from Foghorn Leghorn in our Featured Feathered Friend segment; we get a live pelagic trip report from expert birder David Clapp; and Mike O'Connor commiserates with a listener who's hankering for hummingbirds.
David Clapp talks about shorebirds heading south, and the shearwater spectacular; Mike O'Connor discusses the "robin with a sore throat;" and a listener identifies a hard-to-find Mystery Bird.
David Clapp joins us for some hummingbird talk; Mike O'Connor offers advice for a concerned backyard birder; and "Daddy Longlegs" is today's Mystery Bird.
We talk by phone with Mass Audubon's John Galluzzo in the middle of his bird walk, and former sanctuary director David Clapp pays us an entertaining visit in the studio.
Birding expert David Clapp gives advice about scopes and binoculars... and gets buzzed by a Sharp-shinned hawk in the middle of the conversation!
Birding expert David Clapp has more on the mysteries of migration; and in the Science Corner, we hear that some birds may call their offspring by name!
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.
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."