On our latest show: beautiful bird music from California; a Sandhill Crane encounter in Illinois; birding by bike in Wisconsin; and a new plan to save polar bears.
On our latest show: We meet the "skunk blackbird," we hear about birds dealing with stormy weather; and we congratulate the Young Birders of the Year.
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: How birds may find their way home by sound — infrasound, that is. Plus, more evidence that native plants offer more bugs for birds. And, Mike explains why you might want to offer safflower seeds to your backyard birds.
On our latest show: the impressive, if scary, Black Vulture; birdwatching at the mall; and some good conservation news from California.
On our latest Talkin’ Birds show: a 100 million-year-old flying hatchling; another of the Birdist’s Rules of Birding; and juvenile behavior in your backyard.
On today’s show: what plastic bags are doing to birds…and people; a cardinal/red-tail encounter; and a Florida Scrub-Jay lands on Mike’s head (true).
On today's show: a live Sandhill Crane update from the banks of Nebraska's Platte River; the beautiful Kentucky Warbler; and advice about preventing birds from attacking your windows.
On our latest show: we get excited about a robin invasion right outside our studio window, we meet the “Greedy Little Mistletoe Eater,” and we salute the governor of New York for helping to save birds.
On today's show: Ravens and wrens; and tips and tales from one of the planet's best bird photographers.
Legendary filmmaker Ken Burns joins us live to talk about an exciting National Parks milestone.
Swainson's Hawks and Northern Cardinals, plus climate change expert Eric McNulty.
Plovers in peril (again); the French Mockingbird; Waxwings vs. Cardinals; and an e-mail quiz.