Field expert Doug Chickering waxes poetic about his attempts to view a Common Moorhen. Also, we learn some fascinating facts about the Great Kiskadee. And, feeder expert Mike O'Connor offers some tips about eggshells.
Doug Chickering joins us today to wax poetic about an unusual recent bird sighting. We bring back the "butcher watchman" as our Featured Feathered Friend, and Mike O'Connor offers some good advice on keeping your bird seed critter-free.
We welcome Doug Chickering, who offers a poetic description of a Northern Flicker mating dance. We also learn about one of the few birds that exists only in the United States, and Mike O'Connor tries to help a desperate listener achieve a life-long dream!
We learn about the only true lark that's native to North America; Mike O'Connor opines on the effect of cold weather on the timing of migrating birds; and our resident poet, Doug Chickering, laments "The Year of Perpetual Winter."
A mad scientist helps us create a Featured Feathered Friend; Mike O'Connor warns us about the dangers of empty bird feeders; and our new contributor Doug Chickering waxes poetic about...cormorants.