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Bill chats with the organizers of three successful—and very different—annual birding festivals in the U.S.: The Acadia Birding Festival in Maine, the New River Birding & Nature Festival in West Virginia, and the San Diego Bird Festival in California. Learn what's special about each festival and why birders choose to attend them. Posted Wed, 28 Jun 2017.
The boys continue their discussion from the Hog Island Audubon Camp in Maine, chatting about seeing Atlantic puffins and other coastal birds and how birding gives you a sense of place. They also talk about two notes sent in by listeners, one about the musical suggestions from Bill and the other a nature soundscape recorded by a listener in Finland. The episode closes with Bill's latest new music recommendation: an artist known as Delicate Steve. Posted Tues, 20 Jun 2017.
A walk down a country lane in spring yields all sorts of gifts: singing rose-breasted grosbeaks, a red eft, robin egg shells, a wood thrush carrying nesting material. The key is to get out and tune in, says Julie Zickefoose. Posted Mon, 1 May 2017.