On our latest show, storyteller Al Batt explains how he keeps warm in his Minnesota backyard (heading to 29 below today!); Mike O’Connor offers pros and cons about putting up roosting boxes for birds; and Debbie Blicher reports on a new camera that lets people see the way birds do.
The bird that inspired a birding legend; saving birds from building crashes; the world’s first bird-friendly sports arena; and the clever Corvus corax — all on our latest show (#700!)
On our latest show: Following the birds by car, bike, and kayak; the “Flicker Dance"; and Wisdom the Albatross does it again.
On our latest show: Why butterflies are important to birds…and humans. Plus we meet a bird that sleeps in the snow, and Mike celebrates the joys of suet.
On today's show: Turning your yard into a wildlife magnet; another dinosaur-bird connection; and we meet the Water Witch.
On today's show we meet the “Cotton-backed Yellowhammer”; try to solve the mystery of Bird Ventriloquism; and learn the identity of a name-saying Mystery Bird.
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!