- Featured Episodes
Episode 106: True Nature: Peg Redux—Waking Up to Jays by Julie Zickefoose
A blue jay with a broken leg captured Julie Zickefoose's attention and heart a few years ago—a relationship that survived two winters, and taught Julie the importance of close observation. That experience helped prepare her to care for an 11-day-old orphaned jay last summer. Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest January/February 2018.
Episode 105: Identify Yourself—Sing Us a Song, Mr. Sparrow Man by Alvaro Jaramillo
Take a good, long look at a song sparrow, advises bird ID guru Alvaro Jaramillo. By studying the details of such a common bird, you'll be prepared to recognize a similar species that is probably less common. Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest January/February 2018.
Episode 104: Sick Birding by Al Batt
There's not much that dampens Al Batt's enthusiasm for birding. BWD's beloved humor columnist isn't one to wallow in self-pity, either, even after his cancer diagnosis. "Birding has never been better. I appreciate every bird." Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest January/February 2018.