Richard Soffer, Longtime Connecticut birder talks to BirdCallsRadio about birding by ear, Sherwood Island State Park, birding in the 1940s, bird movements, and his collection of more than 1,400 rare bird books, which he donated to Amherst. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about baby birds.LISTEN NOW!
Susan Snider, president of Friends of Norwalk Islands, talks to BirdCallsRadio about the importance of protecting Long Island Sound and getting children involved in nature. She also talks about attending the annual conference of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about oriole feeders.LISTEN NOW!
Joe Zeranski, co-author of Connecticut Birds, talks about the history of birds in Connecticut and how the book came together. He also talks about bird population shifts in the United States.LISTEN NOW!
Wayne Roberts, regional director of Ducks Unlimited, discusses on BirdCallsRadio the importance of preserving land for birds and hunting as a conservation tool. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about helping baby birds. Host Chris Bosak talks about snapping turtles and ducks.LISTEN NOW!
Keith Tomlinson Norwalk, Ct., birdwatcher talks about his experiences with birdingpal.org, both as a guide and visitor being guided. He also talks about volunteering for the birds. Host Chris Bosak talks about red, white and blue in the birding world. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about bats and bat boxes.LISTEN NOW!
Dara Reid, founder and director of Wildlife in Crisis in Weston, talks to BirdCallsRadio about wildlife rehabilitation and the busy summer months for her profession. Joe Warren of Wild Birds Unlimited talks about a recent trip to Texas. Host Chris Bosak talks about backyard birds, including the Blue Jay.LISTEN NOW!
Jeannie Mortensen, garden specialist with Stew Leonard’s. Jeannie talks about how to attract birds and butterflies to your garden using native plants and flowers. Archive here is from June 11, 2012.LISTEN NOW!
Richard Crossley Author of The Crossley ID Guide Book talks about his newly released Crossley Guide and how he got the thousands of photographs needed to accompany the guide. He also talks about getting the next generation involved in birdwatching.LISTEN NOW!