BirdCallsRadio: Pete Dunne

Pete Dunne, well-known birder and author, talks to BirdCallsRadio about his books, birding Cape May, N.J., the World Series of Birding, writing, and the Cape May Bird Observatory. He also talks about the responsibility birders have to spread the word about the hobby.


BirdCallsRadio: Kimberly Kaufman

Kimberly Kaufman, executive director of the Black Swamp Bird Observatory, talks about NW Ohio birding, wind farms and birds, conservation, moose, and the Biggest Week in American Birding. Host Chris Bosak talks about the release on video of The Big Year.


BirdCallsRadio: Twan Leenders

Twan Leenders, conservation director for Connecticut Audubon, talks about the reptiles of New England, living in a tropical tree house and several topics related to birds. A fun talk about snakes, lizards, turtles and other reptiles and amphibians.


BirdCallsRadio: Clay Taylor

Clay Taylor of Swarovski Optik NA talks to BirdCallsRadio about digiscoping, butterflies, birding festivals and other bird-related topics. He offers tips on digiscoping. BirdCallsRadio Host Chris Bosak talks about a waterfowl survey.


BirdCallsRadio: Tom Andersen

Tom Andersen, author of “This Fine Piece of Water: An Environmental History of the Long Island Sound,” talks to BirdCallsRadio about Long Island Sound and its importance to birds. How big were the lobsters back in the day again?


BirdCallsRadio: Jeffrey Gordon

Jeffrey A. Gordon, president of the American Birding Association, talks to BirdCallsRadio about the ABA, what the organization has in store for the future, how to make a career out of birdwatching and how to become president of one of the hobby’s biggest organizations.


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