On our latest show: We meet the "skunk blackbird," we hear about birds dealing with stormy weather; and we congratulate the Young Birders of the Year.
On our latest Talkin’ Birds Radio Show: the beautiful Red-shouldered Hawk; a possible solution to the bird/wind turbine problem; movies about birding; remembering the Carolina Parakeet; and, This Bud’s For You.
On our latest show: the joys of suet; the “Rain Crow”; a conservation salute to the great Paul Simon; and researchers uncover a new feathered dinosaur.
The great suet mystery and the debut of Charlotte's Web-Log.
Our birthday suet cake. Plus, turkey bits and Project Feeder Watch.
We check out the Snowy Owl explosion; we present a Let's Ask Mike segment entitled "Making homemade suet—just don't do it"; and we find out why Roman candles and roosting birds just don't mix.
We give a thumbs up to an amazing new iPhone app called BirdsEye. Also, BirdWatcher's Digest editor Bill Thompson III tells us about his new book, and Mike O'Connor gives a thumbs down to "enhanced" suet.
We learn some fascinating facts about Pelecanus occidentalis, Mike O'Connor has advice about saving your suet, and we hear good news about a pesticide ban.
"Doctor" Rufus Towhee teaches us a new bird word, and Mike O'Connor provides some advice about serving suet in the summer.