On our latest show: the great David Clapp joins us to talk about wintering finches and why they head south in varying numbers; we learn about the beautiful Red-throated Loon; Mike offers tips on attracting birds to newly placed bird feeders; and we air the first installment of “Stump the Guest.”
Winter finches in the lower 48; the beautiful Sea Mouse; birding guru David Clapp; and hats full of potatoes — all on our latest show.
On our latest show, direct from the American Birding Expo in Pennsylvania, we welcome Cape May Bird Observatory Director David LaPuma. Plus, we meet the bird with the golden slippers, and we get a first report on winter finches coming down to the Lower 48.
On our latest show: Snowy Owls, Black-legged Kittiwakes, and Atlantic Puffins in trouble; a concrete solution to a global emissions problem; and a Mother’s Day salute to the single moms of the bird world.
On our latest show: The Christmas Bird Count; the King of Ducks; and a Screech Owl in Mike’s back yard.
On our latest show: The biggest finch; the car mirror smasher; an Xmas tree suggestion; and hope for coastal Dead Zones.
On our latest show: 6,042! That’s how many bird species Noah Strycker saw during his Global Big Year, and he joins to tell us about his adventure, and his amazing book, Birding Without Borders: An Obsession, a Quest, and the Biggest Year in the World. Plus, will this be a big year for Snowy Owls in the lower 48? We’ll find out from our man Mike O’Connor.
A bird that sounds like a human; a dog that's saving penguins; and the computer/woodpecker connection.
On this archived show, we learn how the Snowy Owl does things that no other bird can do.
Snowy Owl talk with Cornell Lab's Kevin McGowan. And the rare bird that may visit your feeder.
Bruce's incredible weekend: 301 Snowy Owls! And another fierce Northern Forest dweller.
More about Snowy Owls and the wind turbine fight continues.