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Episode 127: True Nature: Good Fences, Good Neighbors by Julie Zickefoose
Bluebirds were responsible for an unlikely friendship between “Big Redneck” and “Li’l Hippie.” A common fondness for wild turkeys, native wildflowers, woodpeckers, and country living cemented the bond, recalls columnist Julie Zickefoose. Featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 126: Identify Yourself: Outfoxed by Sparrows by Alvaro Jaramillo
The fox sparrow can be found across most of North America at various times of year. But those in the East look vastly different from western subspecies. Find out how to recognize fox sparrows wherever you are from bird ID guru Alvaro Jaramillo. Featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.
Episode 125: It’s a Good Day When a Chickadee is Part of It by Al Batt
Research shows that chickadees are at the relative bottom of the dominance hierarchy. They rule the bird feeder for as long as they are alone on it. No matter, says columnist Al Batt, because chickadees and cheerfulness are synonyms. Featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Bird Watcher's Digest.