On our latest show: A melanistic mockingbird; a piceous penguin; Sandhill Cranes on the move; and birding by electric bus.
Last-minute gifts for your nature-loving friends; making your yard bird-friendly; and the gentle Zenaida macroura — all on our latest show.
On our latest show: help for some Chimney Swifts; waiting for Pine Siskins; respect for the Blue Jay; and a restaurant named Chickadee.
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: The biggest finch; the car mirror smasher; an Xmas tree suggestion; and hope for coastal Dead Zones.
On today’s show: Hope for Whooping Cranes; Woodpeckers vs. Hummingbirds; and the boisterous “Bullbat.”
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 today's show: The American White Pelican; Project Nest Watch; and how to keep woodpeckers from drilling into your house.
Our latest show is from Greater Prairie Chicken country in southwest, Nebraska — stop one on our tour of the Central Platte River and Frontier Trails region, home of the incredible Sandhill Crane migration spectacle!
Today's show: Birding legend David Sibley joins us live in-studio.
Live by the Whooping Cranes at the Patuxent National Wildlife Refuge in Laurel, Maryland.
Birding guru (and Red-Footed Falcon discoverer) Vern Laux tells us about a huge incursion of Purple Finches and Red-breasted Nuthatches...and why you might want to put up more feeders this fall. And we learn that the Sandhill Crane has established a new nesting location.