Richard Crossley, Author of the newest Crossley ID Guide Book Waterfowl is back to talk about his fourth book in this series.
Lucas Stephenson is our first guest in a new series called "Pay It Forward" on this episode and talks to BirdCallsRadio about his 11 years of birding and travel adventures as a young birder.
Mike Parr, President of the American Bird Conservancy, Part 2 in Washington DC stops by again to continue our conservation on recent concerns involving conservation and migration of wild birds.
Pete Dunne with Kevin Karlson on their lastest book,"Birds of Prey". Known both for their lifelong devotion to wildlife conservation and protection of all living birds, joins BirdCallsRadio live on location to talk with us.
Mike Parr, President of the American Bird Conservancy in Washington DC stops by to talk about some of the recent concerns involving extinction, migratory birds and threats.
Victor Emanuel is our fifth guest in this series called "For The Record, Legacy Interviews" on our 100th Episode, talks to BirdCallsRadio about his 69 years of birding and travel adventures.
Debi Love Shearwater is our fourth guest in a series called "For The Record, Legacy interviews", talks to BirdCallsRadio about her passion for pelagic trips, the natural world and lifelong contributions to wild birds and conservation. Debi is a world traveler well known for establishing Shearwater Journeys inc, a company which has offered pelagic trips from California since 1976.
Joel Greenberg, Author of "A Feathered River Across the Sky, The Passenger Pigeon's Flight To Extinction." stops by to share the incredible story of the Passenger Pigeon from billions to none and help fill in bits that are important, but not specically mentioned.
Chris Elphick, Associate Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at University of Connecticut stops by to talk about The Saltmarsh Sparrow life and habitats in marshes across New England.
Twan Leenders assumed the position as President and CEO of Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History RTPI in 2012. Guided by Peterson’s example, Leenders actively studies natural history and strives to make nature accessible to everyone.
Deborah Rivel and Kellye Rosenheim are Co-Authors of the book “Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island.”. Get the inside scoop on birdwatching in Manhattan and the surrounding areas with insider tips!
Greg Miller has been birding for over 50 years and have birded in all 50 states and much of Canada. I love to get outside and go find birds. Every trip out is an adventure!
Laura Erickson is our first guest in a new series called "Women In Conservation", talks to BirdCallsRadio about her passion in the natural world and lifelong contributions to wild birds and conservation.
Kenn Kaufman is our third guest in a special series called "For The Record, Legacy interviews", talks to BirdCallsRadio about his passion in the natural world and lifelong contributions to wild birds and conservation.
Mardi Dickinson, BCR Host is reporting LIVE on location from Northwest Ohio, where spring migration for songbirds is in full swing and where we are attending the Biggest Week Birding Festival.
Joan Collins is President of the New York State Ornithological Association and Editor of New York Birders. She is also Vice-President of Northern New York Audubon, past President of High Peaks Audubon Society, and past member of the Board of Directors for the Audubon Council of New York State.
Patrick Lynch is an author or co-author of eight books published by Yale University Press, including his latest book this year 2017, “A Field Guide to Long Island Sound.” A comprehensive guide to the environmental history, natural environments, plants, and animals of the Sound.
Deborah Cramer, Author of The Narrow Edge A Tiny Bird, An Ancient Crab & An Epic Journey., stops by BirdCallsRadio to talk about her newest book.
Lisa White, Executive Editor of Nature and Field Guides at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing in Boston Mass stops by to talk about the world of publishing.
Pete Dunne, well-known birdwatcher and author is our second guest in our new series called "For The Record, Legacy interviews", talks to BirdCallsRadio about his lifelong contributions to conservation.
Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle Co-Authors of The Warbler Guide Book & App are flying by to talk about Warblers, new techniques and a special announcement.
Patrick Comins, Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Connecticut stops by to talks about Straford Point CT and many other topics.
Chandler S. Robbins summarized the highlights of his 60 year career, but without doubt there are accomplishments that have had a profound impact on world wide conservation and modern ornithology.
Katie Fallon is the author of the nonfiction books Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird (University Press of New England, forthcoming March 2017) and Cerulean Blues: A Personal Search for a Vanishing Songbird (Ruka Press, 2011). Katie’s essays have appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines, and her essay “Rebirth” (published in River Teeth, Fall 2013) was listed as a “Notable” in Best American Science & Nature Writing 2014.
A Conversation with our next guest Judith "Judy" Davis who was the first person to identified the Great White Pelican that landed on Sanibel Island, Florida from Sunday, February 28, 2016 till Monday March 1, 2016.
Judy is a retired educator of New York State and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Judy has been a birder since Jr Audubon in 1947. She has been Volunteer at .J N. Ding Darling for 18 years that includes roving or guiding along Wildlife Drive, helping with biological surveys and helping new volunteers with bird Identification especially shorebirds including painting signs which luckily are being replaced.