Below is a list of podcasts relating to birds, conservation, and nature in general. The list is updated on a regular basis, so check back often for new programs and feeds. If you find a feed we should add, if a program is unavailable, or if you discover a program that should be removed, please send an email with the details.

The podcasts listed on this site are not currently produced by or hosted by Beakspeak. They are property of their authors and don't necessarily reflect our views. If you like a particular podcast, please visit their site and show support. Without them, none of this would be possible. Enjoy!

Podcast titles and descriptions are written by their authors. Minor editing may have been done to clean up the format.

• BirdNote Podcast RSS Feed • Birdwatch Radio
• GLRC: Environment Report • Laura Erickson's For the Birds Podcast
• Naturesound, Digital recordings of Birds • NPR: Environment
• On The Wing • Parrot Science
•'s Podcasts • Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds
• RSPB Bird Notes • SciQ: Science Revealed Podcasts
• This Birding Life • Whooper Happenings
RSPB Bird Notes
A Magazine devoted to Birds and the Environment for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds for birds, for people, forever - Britain's largest environemental charity.


News on the RSPB Podcast front - they now have a regular monthly magazine podcast presented by Jane Markham. It's called Nature's Voice and you can hear a taster of the early episodes of the series here. (116KB)


A mini podcast episode this times with details of an exciting new series from the RSPB - the Big Garden Birdwatch podcast with BBC wildlife presenter Kate Humble. (840KB)


Spring arrives in the UK and the birds get busy - but what does the discovery of a dead swan with the H5N1 strain of avian flu at the beginning of April mean for the rest of the season. Jane Markham talks to the RSPB's Andre Farrar to get the facts. (14446KB)


Bird Flu. Jane Markham talks to the RSPB's Head of Species Conservation, Julian Hughes about the implications for Britain's wild birds. (17183KB)


Jane Markham visits Otmoor in Oxfordshire with RSPB volunteers pond-dipping and reed planting with local children. Will the Bittern - one of Britain s rarest birds be seen on the moor once again? (16245KB)


What is a podcast?
A podcast is a series of audio or video digital media files distributed over the web. You can listen to or watch a title just like any other MP3 or media file, or you can subscribe to a feed for automatic updates.

How do I listen to a podcast?
For most audio podcasts simply click on the "Play Podcast" button to launch the Flash player. You must have Flash installed for this to work. For all files, you can right-click on the title to download the file and play it in your favorite media player.

How do I subscribe to a feed?
Click on the "RSS" link to the right of the channel and paste the URL into your favorite digital media player such as iTunes.

Where do I find more feeds?
There are a number of places, such as iTunes Music Store and Odeo.

What? Where? How?
Visit Wikipedia for more information and links.

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