The beautiful parooluh? And why birdwatching is more fun than before.
The world's most graceful bird? And big trouble for a bird photographer.
A tiny Troglodyte with a super-size song and chew-proofing your bird houses.
Watching birds...on radar—and our resident professor Dr. Rufus Towhee wows us with his Bird Word of the Week.
We report on a new star-studded movie about birdwatchers (!); we get some good migratory bird news from the gulf; and we feature a bird that's as blue as the sky.
We hear from a Minnesota listener whose love for birdwatching may have gotten a little out of hand. We also present a tail-bobbing Mystery Bird and a Featured Feathered Friend with a baseball connection.
We get an exciting radar report on migrating birds; we hear about the early arrival of hummers in the northeast; and we feature a bird that would rather be heard than seen.
A controversial plan to protect Piping Plovers—with a gun. And Mike O'Connor offers some good advice about birdhouses.
Ornithologist Wayne Petersen talks about the Important Bird Areas Program and we've got some tips on how to identify birds in the field.