Monthly Archives: August 2011

Bird Calls Radio’s Bird of the Day for Saturday, Aug. 20

The Bird Calls Bird of the Day is the yellow-rumped warbler. The above photo was taken during the fall. Like many warblers and other songbirds, yellow-rumped warblers are less vibrantly colored during the fall than they are in the spring. … Continue reading

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Bird Calls Radio preview for Saturday, Aug. 21

Be sure to check out Bird Calls every Saturday from 3 to 4 p.m. on WSTC/WNLK AM1400/1350 (in S. CT and nearby NY) or http://www.wstcwnlk.com from anywhere in the world (where there’s Internet access, that is.) For the next two … Continue reading

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Bird Calls Bird of the Day for Friday, Aug. 19

Happy Friday, everyone. The Bird of the Day is the American wigeon. Perhaps I’m jumping the gun a bit with this bird, but I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of our duck migrants. The wigeon is one of the first ducks … Continue reading

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Bird Calls Radio Bird of the Day for Friday, Aug. 19

Happy Friday, everyone. The Bird of the Day is the American wigeon. Perhaps I’m jumping the gun a bit with this bird, but I’m eagerly awaiting the arrival of our duck migrants. The wigeon is one of the first ducks … Continue reading

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Bird Calls Radio Bird of the Day for Thursday, Aug. 18

The Bird Calls Radio Bird of the Day for Thursday, Aug. 18, is the common tern. Several types of terns may be seen in New England, but the common tern is, well, the most common. They are a coastal bird … Continue reading

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Updated with successful catch: Osprey this morning at work

Here’s a shot of an osprey that was gliding along the Norwalk River this morning outside The Hour’s offices. And an update photo (below) after a successful catch.

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