Michael Lanzone, CEO; Casey Halverson COO; and David LaPuma, Ph.D., Director of Global Market Development from Cellular Tracking Technologies sits down with BirdCallsRadio and gives a deep dive into the world of wildlife Telemetry.
Tom Reed is one of few birders who truly calls Cape May County, NJ home. He discovered birds at a young age and was immediately captivated by the spectacle of migration visible from his Reed’s Beach backyard. Tom sits down with Mardi Dickinson and talks all things visible migration!
Nick Bonomo is a self-taught, and has been since his teens an amateur birder who resides in Connecticut. Your day job is an orthopedic surgery physician assistant, and when you are not working, you spend your free time in outdoor pursuits.
Julie Zickefoose, author of the newly anticipated book, Saving Jemima Life and Love with a Hard-Luck Jay sits down with Mardi Dickinson for this exclusive publication date talk on all things Blue Jay, and a chance to win a copy of her newest book!
Paul Singer, co-author of the book "Arthur Singer, The Wildlife Art of an American Master" sits down with Mardi Dickinson to talk about his father’s wildlife art.
Nancy Grant, a working journalist, field naturalist and author of Binge Birding, Twenty Days with Binoculars. A solo road trip from Kentucky through multiple states and then all along the Texas Gulf Coast looking at birds turned into an almost 4,000 miles adventure.
Jason Guerard is the Outreach Director for Black Swamp Bird Observatory and Events Coordinator for The Biggest Week in American Birding stops by to talk with Mardi Dickinson about exploring the woods on his family farm to his life in NW Ohio.
Nate Koszycki is BirdCallsRadio’s 2nd guest in a featured series called Pay It Forward™ on this next episode and talks with us about his knowledge and passion for birds since the age of 6, along with bird identification, distribution, and conservation.
Wayne R. Petersen, Director of the Massachusetts Important Bird Areas, Massachusetts Audubon Society and our 8th guest in our featured series called “For The Record, Legacy Interviews.”
Jeffrey Spendelow flys by BirdCallsRadio to talk about his life long study of the fascinating colonial nesting birds called the Roseate Tern.
Nancy McAllister of Mom's Big Year sits down with Mardi Dickinson to talk about her journey of birding the U.S. Through young children, a husband and two unexpected new jobs and healing after a family tragedy.
Jason Ward, Host of Birds Of North America sits down with Mardi Dickinson to talk about his web series.
BirdCallsRadio re-mastered episode from October 2012 with Bill Thompson lll.
Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle Co-Developers of BirdGenie App sit down with Mardi Dickinson for an exclusive talk on this new App that helps identify birds by their songs.
Nancy Langston, author of Sustaining Lake Superior, An Extraordinary Lake in a Changing World sits down with Mardi Dickinson on the interconnected histories of the watershed, human, forest and bird health -- all in the context of climate change.
Kenn Kaufman, the author of the newly anticipated book, A Season On The Wind, Inside the world of spring migration, sits down with Mardi Dickinson for this exclusive publication talk on all things spring migration.
Dr. Hanna Mounce, Coordinator for the Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project has been implementing a program to recover endangered forest birds and restore ecosystems at remote forest sites on the Island of Maui.
Rick Wright, author of the Peterson Reference Guide to Sparrows of North America, sits down with Mardi Dickinson for this exclusive talk on all things Sparrows.
Dale Dyer an ornithological illustrator who has been painting birds for twenty five years, sits down with Mardi Dickinson and talks about his book Birds of Central America, painting and his love of birds.
David and Tammy McQuade chats with Mardi Dickinson about SW Florida Birding, rare and unusual birds, birds in the lower 48 states, big years and pelagic birding in the Gulf of Mexico.
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.