This Birding Life

Episode 46: The Voices of Argentina

TBL Host Bill Thompson, III, interviews fellow birders, local guides, and other interesting people whom he encountered on a 10-day birding trip to Argentina. Posted Wed, 11 Jun 2014.

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  • Episode 45: Jeff Bouton and the Amazon Kingfisher (posted Fri, 31 Jan 2014)
  • Episode 44: Speakers from the '13 Midwest Birding Symposium (posted Mon, 2 Dec 2013)
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  • The Author's Spotlight

    Episode 51: North Bend State Park: The Accidental Wilderness by Julie Zickefoose

    Julie relates how one of her favorite places on the planet, a nursery for cavity-nesting birds, was created by happenstance. Featured in the digital edition of BWD, July/August 2014. Posted Thu, 05 Jun 2014.

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  • Episode 50: On the Road to Hibbing, No Fibbing by Al Batt (posted Thu, 05 Jun 2014)
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  • Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds

    Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds show #482

    On show #482: The duck with the hot pink legs and good news for the California Condor. Posted Mon, 17 Jul 2014.

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    Meet Ray Brown, the host of the radio program with our online Q&A. Check it out »

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    The New Birder's Guide

    The New Birder's Guide

    by Bill Thompson, III

    This new book for beginners portrays 300 of the most common birds in the U.S. and Canada. It includes easy-to-understand drawings and maps, great ID basics, and much more! Learn more »

    A Life Gone to the Birds

    A Life Gone to the Birds

    by Al Batt

    Audiences around the globe have fallen in love with Al's nature stories through his newspaper columns, radio shows, and magazine articles. A Life Gone to the Birds brings together the best of those stories in a delightful collection. Learn more »

    Bird Homes & Habitats

    Bird Homes & Habitats

    by Bill Thompson, III

    Learn how to create yards and gardens where birds will make their homes and raise their young. Learn more »

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    Hummingbirds and Butterflies

    by Bill Thompson, III and Connie Toops

    Get expert tips on how to attract hummingbirds and butterflies to your backyard—and how to identify them once they've arrived. Learn more »

    Identifying and Feeding Birds

    Identifying and Feeding Birds

    by Bill Thompson, III

    This readable, friendly guide is intended for bird watchers and non-bird watchers alike—for anyone who wants to enjoy nature right in his or her own backyard. Learn more »

    The Young Birder's Guide

    The Young Birder's Guide

    by Bill Thompson, III

    This lively guide is an invitation to kids to get outside and look at birds. Unlike field guides for adults, which can be overwhelming, this one provides just the right amount of information to be useful and fun! Learn more »

    Letters From Eden

    Letters From Eden

    by Julie Zickefoose

    Writer and nature artist Julie Zickefoose finds herself most at home at home. Delve into these often-poignant, beautifully illustrated essays. Learn more »

    Letters From Eden

    The Bluebird Effect

    by Julie Zickefoose

    Writer and nature artist Julie Zickefoose writes about the change that's set in motion by one single act, such as saving an injured bluebird—or a hummingbird, swift, or phoebe. Learn more »

    Backyard Birding

    Backyard Birding

    by Julie Zickefoose

    Whether you’re looking to create a hummingbird garden, install a water feature, or simply let a corner of your property run wild, you'll find all of the inspiration and information you need here! Learn more »