Show notes for Episode 24 “Data Gluttony”

Shout outs Fine Art Exhibition in Frisco Kevin Megison and CJ Cowden Kevin’s wife is a birder complained about the building around her ranch and how the noise scared away her birds had a lot of questions why weren’t the birds stopping at the feeders regardless? is this a sign of things to come?  Will […]

Show notes for Episode 23 “Of Imidacloprid and Birds”

Shout out Bear Creek Park Neighborhood World Market Bird Watching NC Contact Details My website was created as a resource to bring birders, bloggers, photographers, tour guides and bird focused vendors together, across North Carolina. If you’re a birdwatcher based in North Carolina and have a story to tell, with some great photos or video […]

Show notes for Episode 21 “Responsible Development”

Birding at Stillhouse Hollow Lake I watched a male cardinal feed the first clutch comprised of two fledglings not sure if my photography captured it Wearing Off spray…heeding my own advice Question for Austin: When I see a birding hotspot on eBird…does that mean its a hotspot now at this moment of time or has been […]

Show notes for Episode 20 “Birds Learning How to ‘Bird’”

News Birds aren’t real Satire or just too crazy According to some, birds are just a cover story to a vast conspiracy started in the 70s Question Satire or not, how far does “fake news” set back science Resources https://birdsarentreal.com/pages/who-are-we Airbus “Bird of Prey” Concept “… has wing and tail structures that mimic those of […]

Show notes for Episode 16 “Let the bird grow up will ya!”

Cleaning out the bird bath Funniest thing happened to me the other day National Geographic concert was unreal! KELLY CORCORAN conducting Dallas symphony played while video was playing of some of the most iconic National Geographic imagery and video throughout the past hundred years Just got goose bumps when the National Geographic theme played https://www.mydso.com/buy/tickets/symphony-for-our-world […]

Show notes for Episode 15 “Birds of Summer”

Audubon Calendar 2020 Focus on photographers who entered the Audubon Photography Competiton Run through birds of the month Cleaning out the bird bath New listeners Anyone is welcome to post on our main thread We love to share photos with the community…especially when they are cowbird related Prehistoric penguin: Hesperornis regalis Bird Intelligence Introductions General observations […]

Show notes for Episode 13 “Celebrating red, white, and blue”

Austin update from the field What is the process of identifying eggs in a nest? Do’s and dont’s Bird Sayings / Myths / Superstitions A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush it’s better to be content with what you have than to risk losing everything by seeking more. [phrases.org] Better breakdown […]

Show notes for Episode 8 “Spring Housekeeping”

News Migration is here! Stay tuned to http://birdcast.infofor up to date migration information http://birdcast.info/live-migration-maps/for doppler (live) info Tim uses doppler radar signatures to detect large groupings A very cool trick for the upcoming Big Day https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myradar-noaa-weather-radar/id322439990?mt=8 Monarch butterflies population has declined by more than 80 percent https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/news/press_releases/2019/monarch-butterfly-04-02-2019.php Cleaning out the Bird Bath Update from Tim’s birding […]

Show notes for Episode 5 “Planting, banding, and parking lot bird photography”

In today’s episode we talk about planting, banding, and have a tip to share about photographing birds in parking lots – who would’ve thought THAT was possible. Planting Ideal for cover Rose bush attracted yellow-rumped warblers, juncos, white-crown sparrows (juveniles and adults) Be on the lookout when planting bushes for birds.  They may attract more […]