- Featured Episodes
Episode 103: True Nature: Chipmunk Tendencies by Julie Zickefoose
Dropping temperatures and shortening days send columnist Julie Zickefoose into digging and storing—mostly flowering plants, relocated into her tiny greenhouse. “I require twinkly lights, gardenias, and tuberoses to make it through the winter.” Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest November/December 2017.
Episode 102: Identify Yourself: Splits and Lumps—Gull ID Just Got Easier by Alvaro Jaramillo
Once upon a time, there was a gull called Thayer’s. But no more. The species hasn’t gone extinct, though. Rather, it was recognized as the same species as Iceland gull. Alvaro Jaramillo takes a look at the American Ornithological Society’s recent species regroupings. Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest November/December 2017.
Episode 101: I Couldn’t See Myself Without New Binoculars by Al Batt
Ever since he was a little kid, Al has been smitten with birds. His first optical enhancements were a kaleidoscope and a microscope, but they were no help. What he really wanted were binoculars, so he could see a cerulean warbler. Featured in Bird Watcher's Digest November/December 2017.