Raptors take center stage—and live from the Cape Cod Bird Festival.
The raptors' raptor and a winter finch forecast.
We head way down south to find our Mystery Bird; a reddish raptor defends his patriotism; and Mike O'Connor holds forth on "safflower power."
Co-hosted by Smithsonian Tours' David Clapp as we talk about the Galapagos Islands, winter feeding, birds falling from the sky, and the raptor that was mistaken for an airplane.
An Indian legend tells how a certain duck came to have red eyes; Mike O'Connor opines about a crow/raptor standoff; and we learn about another bird/dinosaur connection in a visit to our Science Corner.
Raptor expert Shawn Carey joins us live from the top of Hawk Mountain in Pennsylvania. Plus, Mike O'Connor tackles the topic of feather felony, and a weed seed-eating songbird challenges callers in our Mystery Bird Contest.
We learn about a songbird that behaves like a raptor, and a tropical bird that can moonwalk better than Michael Jackson!
We focus on raptors—with Shawn Carey in a live report from the top of Pennsylvania's Hawk Mountain; in our Featured Feathered Friend segment; and with our near-stumper Mystery Bird.
We hear about our producer's excellent raptor sighting while being treated by his chiropractor, and the Pillsbury Doughboy helps us with our Featured Feathered Friend!
Mass Audubon's John Galluzzo joins us live in studio; we talk about raptors, finches, and shorebirds; and how to protect your feeder birds against cats.