A very Foxy Sparrow and a listener with too many birds.
Stalking the Winnowing Wilson's and finding the right binocular.
The beautiful parooluh? And why birdwatching is more fun than before.
The fork-tail and the bandit, plus backyard birdhouse logistics.
A tiny Troglodyte with a super-size song and chew-proofing your bird houses.
Three thrushes and a thrasher. Plus wildlife rehabilitator Stephanie Ellis, and the answer to "Does your birdbath need a lifeguard?"
A Sand County Almanac comes to life. And, Mockingbirds?! Not in my backyard!
The Crow Whisperer—Cornell Lab’s Kevin McGowan—and your backyard’s fiercest hombre, the House Wren.
We'll meet a tiny, but feisty, Mystery Bird. And you can win a fabulous feeder from Droll Yankees as we announce our new website!
We revisit the "Kentucky Birdy"; we feature a beautiful bee killer; and Mike O'Connor helps a backyard birder who has no backyard birds.
How we can turn our backyards into Certified Wildlife Habitats.
We wax nostalgic about Snow Buntings on Cape Cod; we present a "royal" Mystery Bird; and Mike O'Connor weighs in on feeding Vaccinium oxycoccos to your backyard birds.
Videographers Shawn Carey and Alex Couter join us in the studio to report on their recent filming odyssey on the shores of Louisiana. Plus, Bank Swallows, a Mystery Bird, and putting some hot bats in your backyard lineup.
We get a little help from Foghorn Leghorn in our Featured Feathered Friend segment; we get a live pelagic trip report from expert birder David Clapp; and Mike O'Connor commiserates with a listener who's hankering for hummingbirds.
Mike O'Connor gives advice to vacationing backyard birders, and for our Featured Feathered Friend we go up to the lab...to see what's on the slab!
We learn some fascinating facts about a spectacular diver, and a demon driller, and Mike O'Connor talks about the simple device that will bring non-feeder birds to your backyard.
We'll hear how Martha Stewart turned her backyard into a mecca for birds; Mike O'Connor talks about the world's heaviest bird feeder; and Ray Charles helps us introduce our Featured Feathered Friend.
Lots of folks in the northeast are saying the birds have disappeared from their backyards—we try to find out why.
We learn about a bird that winters in the north; Mike O'Connor helps a baffled backyard birder; and we present a new Birder's Profile.
We learn how the Purple Martin got its name, we get some advice on attracting Indigo Buntings, and blue is the color of our Mystery Bird.