Saving Condors and Rusty Blackbirds, and we learn more about the Blue Sky Warbler.
A cool cuckoo from Corkscrew Swamp and a climate change reality check.
Saving the Monarch Butterfly and a mysterious singer from Michigan.
The prospect of a lawsuit halts a threat to birds, and we meet the Chick-Chick from up north.
The voice of the Loon, and the threats to its survival.
The greedy little Mistletoe eater. And Audubon Connecticut's Patrick Comins enlightens us about two-way migration...and sea level rise.
Swainson's Hawks and Northern Cardinals, plus climate change expert Eric McNulty.
The Yellow-lored Mustard-foot and a plea to help save our oceans.
A Little Stint and the bubblegum bird. Plus, plastic—it's killing our oceans and our birds.
We meet a Featured Feathered Friend with a bi-color bill; we travel to Texas to meet a Mystery Bird; and we learn more about what's happening to our honeybees.
We hear the strange legend of a bird hatched from barnacles. Also: what's happening to our honeybees. And Mike O'Connor answers a most unusual question.
We try to figure out how a European bird made it to Staten Island; "Old Grogglenose" is our Featured Feathered Friend; and we salute a reborn river.
How we can turn our backyards into Certified Wildlife Habitats.
We get an Earth Day preview from Kathleen Rogers, president of the Earth Day Network. Also, the Lone Ranger learns something surprising about his faithful friend Tonto. And we present a Mystery Bird that hails from Argentina.
A Gulf oil spill update; a disturbing story about ocean trash; birds from the West and Southwest; and a solar-powered plover?
We touch upon some conservation issues, and hear from listeners who've waxed poetic about their spring sightings. And we learn about a bird whose name sounds like an insult.
We get an update on northbound Hummingbirds; we learn about one of the world's most graceful fliers; and we pay tribute to a great conservationist.
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.
We learn what's killing albatrosses in the Pacific; Mike O'Connor helps a listener with an owl/bat conflict; and we hear some good news about the California Condor.
We feature a beautiful—but threatened—falcon; we learn about a "shrink your footprint" fair; and Mike O'Connor explains why bird baths are for people, too.