There once was a Happy Scarecrow AND a very determined red squirrel. Seems he had winter on his mind. "Cozy" was a concern. First he went after the cravat. The scarecrow just looked on... He was determined... but the cravat held.. So he dropped to the belt buckle.. Show More Summary
“I want you / to show me the way,” Peter Frampton sings. Pop music is all well and good for...
There is no excuse for putting a banner photo like this on a renowned birding site. It’s just that when...
The Dodo (Raphus cucullatus) — that towering icon of modern anthropogenic extinctions — was a pigeon. Not, as Linneaus thought,...
When birds go from Least Concern to Near-Threatened to Vulnerable to Endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature...
Across the world’s northern oceans, 24 species of auklets, murres, puffins, guillemots, and related seabirds make a living catching food...
The Steller’s Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) is one of the ubiquitous birds seen at Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California....
This is a fun episode, there are two cameos: our pet rabbit Dougal and Greg Miller (aka Jack Black's character in The Big Year). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3i3L_gwdgtQ Please visit the pages of our generous sponsors if you see something...Show More Summary
And here is episode three which includes a last minute cameo addition of a Lawrence's Warbler! How many bird shows do you know have one of those in an episode? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQDKYi3fhKY&feature=youtu.be Clay and I...Show More Summary
Here is episode 2! I noticed some people figured out the clue in episode one...will they get episode two and will that clue them in to the overall theme? Hmmmm. This episode is particularly special because we get to talk a little bit...Show More Summary
Screen Shot 2014-03-27 at 9.10.25 PM Yep. Another oil spill. Follow National Audubon on Facebook for the most up to date info. Here's a petition. Owl rides a train from Scotland to the UK. Eagle flirting gets out of control. Ravens to be culled in favor of spotted owls. Show More Summary
Sedish Breakfast When you have breakfast in Sweden you can put any number of things on your toast like honey, mountain berry jam, cheese in a tube, reindeer meat in a tube or caviar in a tube: The Spy Stork Story Facebook bands birding ad for referring to juvenile boobies. Show More Summary
I realized on Monday that since I came home from Europe, I hadn't done any birding apart from the usual mental notes of what is around me when I'm outside. We had a horrible storm that I'd been dealing with and some work that piled up. Show More Summary
The national symbol causes 4th of July fireworks to be moved. Rumors abound that Australia's Night Parrot has been photographed. In Guam, spider populations explode as birds disappear. Why table sugar is ok for birds. The Thai version of Birdchick. Show More Summary
With all my travel, I was worried I was going to miss one of my favorite parts of spring: But thanks to the cold, wet spring, the wildflowers were late and I did have some quality time among some trillium at Mr. Neil's. I think I have...Show More Summary
Screen Shot 2014-05-19 at 7.44.04 PM Non Birding Bill and Greg Miller! THE APP GIVEAWAY MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST IS NOW CLOSED. WE HAVE GIVEN AWAY ALL THE APP CODES. Tree trimmer accused of putting herons in wood chipper in Oakland apparently didn't do that and is genuinely sorry for the situation. Show More Summary
Wow. Just...wow. It's the American Birding Association Bird of the Year contest. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFQr5ISVWec&feature=youtu.be I think they're going for Double Rainbow guy...but rather than sounding high on shrooms it sounds a bit more like dirty phone calls I've received.
Here is the debut of Digiscoping with Clay and Sharon! I hope you enjoy it and please share on your social medias! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAZS7tllt3Q Be sure to check out the pages of our generous sponsors for this episode,Show More Summary
I'm just back from some epic US travel. I've been in California, Oregon and south Texas. Some was bird festival work and the rest was filming for the web series Clay Taylor and I working on for this spring. Here's a little clip of some...Show More Summary
While in the Rio Grande Valley, my friend Marci asked if there were any birds I needed. I don't really have any lifers to get there but I said, "I'd like some quality time with a caracara." She smiled slyly and said, "I think I know a way to do that." I've seen crested caracaras in Texas and Florida, but generally as they fly by or perch momentarily. Show More Summary