- Featured Episodes
Episode 142: True Nature: Once Upon a Fenceline, by Julie Zickefoose
While walking through a farm field, BWD columnist Julie Zickefoose made an alarming discovery: a red-tailed hawk, very much alive, entangled on a barbed wire fence. Her instinct, of course, was to rescue it. But how? Featured in the March/April 2020 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 141: Identify Yourself: Brown Warblers, by Alvaro Jaramillo
Not all warblers are yellow! Bird ID guru Alvaro Jaramillo compares the habits, behaviors, and vocalizations of five beautiful brown warbler species to help you prepare for spring migration. Featured in the March/April 2020 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 140: A Robin Needs Three Snows on its Tail Before It’s Truly Spring by Al Batt
Funnyman Al Batt recalls spring birding adventures of the past. “I don’t look good being dry and warm,” he claims, noting that cold and wet spring weather makes for hungry warblers. Featured in the March/April 2020 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.