A podcast designed for birdwatchers, conservationists and all nature enthusiasts who are passionate about wildlife and conservation. Don't miss a single episode and subscribe today! SUBSCRIBE NOW Recent Episodes Spring Warbler Trees. The Green Wave, Apple Trees The developing green wave feast in turn attracts neotropic migrants, right in time. Click to Listen Now! BCR 206: Paul Desjardins, Longtime Birder Paul Desjardins, the life-long times of a serious Connecticut birder, a meticulous record keeper of the birds seen worldwide joins us for an in-depth conversation of his 60 years. Click to Listen Now! BCR 205: Bruce Beehler & Tim Laman, New Guinea Bruce Beehler, Ph.D., Ornithologist, Author and Tim Laman Ph.D., an award-winning National Geographic Photographer, on their new book, New Guinea, Nature and Culture of Earth’s Grandest Island; sits down with Mardi Dickinson for this publication date interview on all things New Guinea. Click to Listen Now! BCR 204: Jeffrey Ward, Science Communicator, NYC Birder Jeffrey Ward, Science Communicator and NYC Birder fly’s by to talk birds, education & kids, birding and their habitats. Click to Listen Now! BCR 203: Lynn Barber, Big Years, Biggest States Birding in Texas and Alaska LYNN E. BARBER, Ph.D., J.D. & Author of her latest book, “BIG YEARS, BIGGEST STATES Birding in Texas and Alaska”, sits down with Mardi Dickinson for this exclusive publication date talk on all things birding in Texas and Alaska. Click to Listen Now! BCR 202: Lauren McGough, Falconer Dr. Lauren McGough is a licensed and practicing falconer of the ancient tradition since age 14 and is one of the very few American women to do so. Her love of falconry has taken her all the way to Mongolia, where she studied with Kazakh eagle hunters. Click to Listen Now! BCR 201: Eleanor Jones Harvey, Alexander von Humboldt and the United States Dr. Eleanor Jones Harvey, Senior Curator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the author of the newly anticipated book “Alexander von Humboldt and the United States Art, Nature, and Culture”, sits down with Mardi Dickinson for an in-depth conversation. Click to Listen Now! BCR 200: John W. Fitzpatrick, Executive Director of Cornell Lab of Ornithology Dr. John W. Fitzpatrick, Louis Agassiz Fuertes Executive Director of Cornell Lab of Ornithology and our 10th guest in our featured series called “For The Record, Legacy Interviews” and BCR’s 200th Show Joins us today. Click to Listen Now! 1 2 3 … 27 Next » Find an Episode Future Guest Appearances Dr. John M. Marzluff, a renowned ornithologist and urban ecologist and author stops by to talk about his latest book, “In Search of Meadowlarks: Birds, Farms, and Food in Harmony with the Land’. An ornithologist's personal look at sustainable food production compatible with bird and wildlife conservation. SEE MORE BirdCallsRadio Opportunities BE OUR GUEST Got something to say? We are always looking to connect with like minded people who can provide value to our community. Do you have a story to share? If you or someone you know would like to be on the show please contact us and we will be in touch before you know it! CONTACT US SPONSOR/ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES Do you have a product or service that appeals to the bird watching and conservation industry? Your radio or print advertisement will be heard and seen worldwide long after the show has aired through BCR archives and BCR iTunes. LEARN MORE DONATE We' have grown out of our old space. Help us tell more stories, reach more people, and inspire action. Gifts from individuals, foundations, and businesses along with advertising sales make it possible to produce and distribute our weekly shows. We appreciate your support! DONATE NOW "BETWEEN EVERY TWO PINES IS A DOORWAY TO A NEW WORLD." - John Muir BirdCallsRadio Associations Join Our Community! Ready to be a part of something greater? Subscribe to our FREE newsletter and stay up to date on all of our episodes and exclusive offers! Name Please enter your name. Email Address Please enter a valid email address. SUBSCRIBE! Thanks so much for subscribing to BirdCallsRadio™! Please check your email for further instructions. Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.