Stephen Moss is a naturalist, broadcaster, television producer and author sits down with Mardi Dickinson talks about his book “Mrs. Moreau’s Warbler: How Birds Got Their Names", and the historic origins.
Maresa Pryor-Luzier is a Natural History Photographer sits down with host Mardi Dickinson to talk about her involvement in the photographic industry since 1987, a Founding Member of NANPA and more.
Mike Jacobs is a former Publisher of the Grand Forks Herald Newspaper sits down with host Mardi Dickinson about the region’s birdlife of North Dakota since his youth. Life on the western rim of the Red River Valley and continues to write a column called, "Always In Season".
David J. Ringer, Chief Network Officer of the National Audubon sits down with host Mardi Dickinson about the health, vitality, capacity, diversity, and strength of Audubon’s vast distributed network. In addition to David's defining influences and what got him into birds and the natural world.
Patricia M. González is a Scientist, field ornithologist, studying migration of Red Knots through the America, flies by to talk with Mardi Dickinson.
Katrina van Grouw, author & natural history Ilustrator of The Unfeathered Bird and Unnatural Selection, sits down to talk with Mardi Dickinson about her books and being a self-taught scientist with a passion for evolutionary biology and its history.
Chidi Paige, who is a scientist and an educator. She is passionate about hands-on science education and learning through play. Chidi is the inventor of the game called BirdWiser™, a suit of fun educational games, fly’s by to talk with BirdCallsRadio.
Daniel Lewis, Author of Belonging on an Island: Birds, Extinction, and Evolution in Hawai'i, flies by to talk with BirdCallsRadio about an environmental history of extinction and survival among the Hawaiian avifauna.