On our latest show: Squawkzilla in New Zealand; birds vs. birds in New Jersey; and Birds on Broadway in New York.
The poor(will) little hibernator; and the real story of owls' neck swiveling.
A very small Mystery Bird and a very loud Featured Feathered Friend.
Live from the Boston Museum of Science with owls—Screech, Snowy, and ???
Wind farms get a lethal OK. And we finally learn how owls do it.
Project Passenger Pigeon and owls vs. bats.
The amazing Mr. Bassanus, plus, how owls' secrets may make for quieter airplanes; and a December visit to Sand County.
The amazing Mr. Bassanus, plus, how owls' secrets may make for quieter airplanes, and a December visit to Sand County.
Smithsonian Tours' David Clapp joins us as we talk about seabirds and mating owls. And we learn about the perfect gift for the birder on your list (if 10 million dollars fits your budget).
Birds as Oreo cookies; owls eating crows; and special guest Monica Engebretson from Born Free U.S.A.
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.
Special guest Vern Laux offers his unique perspective on birds, and some signs of spring; Mike O'Connor advises a listener on how to get a close-up view of neighborhood owls; and we bring back a couple of audio souvenirs from our visit to South Texas.
We learn about red-eyed birds and skunk-headed coots, and how to find owls in the daytime.
We learn about a "rare" owl that's actually quite common; Mike O'Connor tries to save a wren...and a marriage; and we spring a little surprise on our unsuspecting engineer.