- Featured Episodes
Episode 159: True Nature: Waking Up to Brants, by Julie Zickefoose
While appreciating a flock of Atlantic brant in Rhode Island one winter, columnist Julie Zickefoose reflects on the passing folks who seem to not even notice the little gabbling geese, and how being a bird appreciator can sometimes be a lonely stint. Featured in the March/April 2021 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 158: Identify Yourself: Getting Ready for Warblers, by Alvaro Jaramillo
Many birders need a bit of priming before the migrating warblers pass through each spring. Columnist Alvaro Jaramillo offers tips on how to get ready for these highly anticipated visitors by using eBird and internet birdsong recordings to brush up on your warbler ID skills. Featured in the March/April 2021 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 157: Access Is Everything, by Julie Zickefoose
In 2016, a derecho toppled 32 trees on Julie Zickefoose’s property, blocking access to the trails across her orchard. With the help of her children and an industrious Amish crew, Julie reclaims the land—and gains an outdoor office, a place of reflection, peace, solitude, and burgeoning life. Featured in the January/February 2021 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.