Mardi Dickinson, BCR Host, reports LIVE from NW Ohio on the Biggest Week 2018 Moments talks with many world travelers that flock here to witness the spectacular yearly occurrence of spring migration of songbirds on so many levels!
Bonnie Paton Moon, author and a daughter of the late Wally and Marion Paton of Paton’s Birders Haven now in perpetuity called Tucson Audubon’s Paton Center for Hummingbirds stops by with an update.
Sheri L. Williamson is a lifelong naturalist, co-founder and co-director of the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory, and author of A Field Guide to Hummingbirds of North America in the Peterson Field Guide Series. She lives near the Mexican border in Bisbee, Arizona with her husband and colleague Tom Wood and their dependents: a geriatric parrot, a rescue dog, three pampered pet chickens, and hundreds of freeloading wild birds.
David Toews Ph.D. flys by to talk with host Mardi Dickinson about Warbler Hybrids & Genomics. The dynamics of hybridization, the patterns of genomic divergence, and understanding the genetic basis for phenotypic differences.
BirdCallsRadio reports LIVE from the Biggest week in American Birding 2018 on a keynote panel about five Women Birders Big Year that include; Lynn Barber, Laura Erickson, Laura Keene, Nancy McAllister and Yve Morrell.
Luke Tiller stops be to talk with host Mardi Dickinson about the witness of raptor migration and his experience counting raptors in North America, Europe and the Middle East.
Janet Moore and Janet Stein who discovered a Red Warbler on Monday, April 9, 2018 at Rose Canyon Lake, Mt. Lemon in Pima County SEAZ, flys by to talk with host Mardi Dickinson in detail about finding this Mega Rarity in SEAZ.
David La Puma is the Director of NJ Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory, avid birder, ornithologist and conservationist stops by to talk with host Mardi Dickinson about the World Series of Birding 35th Anniversary, CMBO/New Jersey Audubon, CMBO ongoing Research.
David Lindo is a broadcaster, writer, speaker and tour leader and lives in England when he is not traveling the world. BirdCallsRadio caught up with David in Spain to talk with host Mardi Dickinson about Urban Birding and specializes in unlikely birding sites around the world.
Ashli Gorbet is a wildlife biologist and ornithologist stops by to talk with host Mardi Dickinson about female role models, black-throated Grey Warblers, mentoring, bird banding, ABA Standards & Ethics Committee.
Seabrooke Leckie freelance writer and naturalist who became interested in moths and stops by to talk with BirdCallsRadio about her lastest book series, Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Southeastern North America.
Corrie Folsom-O'Keefe is the Bird Conservation Program Manager for Audubon Connecticut joins Host Mardi Dickinson to talk about Piping Plovers, shrub land birds, IBA's, Wild Life Guards, Being a pilot and Civil Air Patrol.
Hob Osterlund is the founder of Kauai Albatross Network and author of the book Holy Moli, Albatross and Other Ancestors; joins BirdCallsRadio to talk about the Laysan Albatrosses on Kauai.
Scott Weidensaul, Author and Naturalist stops by to talk with BirdCallsRadio™ about his life-long work and projects on conservation and the natural world.
Stephen Kress, Vice President for Bird Conservation of the National Audubon Society, Executive Director of the Seabird Restoration Program, Project Puffin; stops by to talk with BirdCallsRadio about his life-long work in seabird conservation, management, and habitat restoration.
Noah Strycker, Birder and Author stops by BirdCallsRadio to talk about his adventures to become the first person to see half the world's birds in one year with a backpack!
Floyd Scholz, Master Bird Carver stops by BirdCallsRadio to talk about his life long work, techniques and his love of the natural world that inspired his fascination with large crested eagles.
Ken Elkin stops by BirdCallsRadio to talk about his program he Co-developed called Bird Tales for people with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Sidney Gauthreaux Ph.D., leading radar ornithologist talks about using radars to quantify Trans-Gulf of Mexico bird migration.
Jim Fowler, one of the world’s most recognized naturalists, has presented information about wildlife and wild places to the American public on television for more than 40 years. Jim Fowler talks with Host, Mardi Dickinson about his adventures through the years.
The Connecticut Bird Atlas will map all species found in the state during both breeding/nesting and nonbreeding/non-nesting seasons. Bird Calls Radio talks with Chris Elphick to clarify this important Breeding Bird Survey project.
Bird Calls Radio reports on the Westport CT Christmas Bird Count by joining a field party on count day.
Helen Hays has directed, since 1969, the ongoing Tern Research project on Great Gull Island designed to study and preserve this major colony for the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, which gained control of the Island in 1949. Today, Great Gull Island tern colony makes this the largest such colony of Roseate’s in the Western Hemisphere.