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.

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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
• Rainforestinn.com's Podcasts • Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds
• RSPB Bird Notes • SciQ: Science Revealed Podcasts
• This Birding Life • Whooper Happenings
On The Wing
Audio Magazine of Birds and Birding

08/15/2008

The story of the creation of the new Seward Park Environmental & Audubon Center in Seattle, from planning through groundbreaking, construction, and grand opening. (37604KB)

05/06/2008

Welcome to On The Wing for May 2008. (350KB)

05/06/2008

From Kate's garden in Birmingham UK. (5886KB)

05/06/2008

Events Calendar for May 2008.
Presque Isle Audubon Society
Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest
2008 Washington Island Birding Festival (2030KB)

05/06/2008

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Park Ranger Mike Carlo is our guide.
Santa Ana NWR
City of Alamo Santa Ana NWR
Laguna Atascosa NWR
(32066KB)

09/28/2007

From Kate's garden in Birmingham UK. (4184KB)

09/28/2007

Professor John Marzluff is conducting an experiment on the University of Washington campus, investigating how crows recognize human faces. (18557KB)

09/28/2007

Events Calendar for September 2007.
Alabama Coastal BirdFest
Autumn Migration Birding Festival
Alaska Bald Eagle Festival (1339KB)

09/28/2007

Welcome to On The Wing for September 2007. (368KB)

09/28/2007

Roger Orness and others have been tracking the progress of a Northern Harrier nest at the Kent Ponds, south of Seattle.

Green River Natural Resources Area
Bird Surveys at the Green River Natural Resources Area (15680KB)

05/05/2007

Bud Anderson describes the revolutionary Southern Cross Peregrine Project, which will use satellite tracking to follow the migration of Peregrine Falcons from Chile to the Arctic. This location information is interpreted via Google Earth - so you can easily follow along. Technologies mesh to support exciting research! (29784KB)

04/24/2007

Question and Answers session. (22105KB)

04/24/2007

John Flicker, President and CEO, National Audubon Society, presented "Unleashing the Power of Audubon - Fighting Global Warming". (23808KB)

04/24/2007

Nina Carter, Executive Director, Audubon Washington, discussed Audubon Washington's efforts directed at global warming issues. (6086KB)

04/24/2007

For Earth Day 2007, Audubon Washington presented "Unleashing the Power of Audubon - Fighting Global Warming". Nina Carter introduced the program. (5816KB)

04/24/2007

Gordon Orians spoke on "Ecological Effects of Climate Change". (23140KB)

03/31/2007

Events Calendar for March 2007
Florida's First Coast Birding and Nature Festival
Alaska Hummingbird Festival
Dubois Grouse Days
Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival (1887KB)

03/31/2007

Spencer Island is one of the best places in the Snohomish River Estuary to view waterfowl and shorebirds. The island has a dike top trail system, which provides scenic views of the wetlands, sloughs and mountains. (19441KB)

03/31/2007

Welcome to On The Wing for March 2007. (356KB)

03/31/2007

Padilla Bay is an estuary at the saltwater edge of the large delta of the Skagit River. Since 1980, it has been part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System. (25760KB)

12/15/2006

Trumpeter Swans have been dying from lead poisoning. Martha Jordan of the Trumpeter Swan Society wants to find the source of the lead shot that the swans are ingesting. (15652KB)

12/15/2006

A Birding Gem from Libby Mills - Bird Vision. (590KB)

12/15/2006

Events Calendar for December 2006
Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve
Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival
Wings Over Willcox
Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival
Eagle Watch Weekend, Cadiz KY (2298KB)

12/15/2006

Kate's garden in Autumn, looking forward to Winter, in Birmingham UK. (4306KB)

12/15/2006

Welcome to On The Wing for December 2006. (444KB)

12/15/2006

Paul Bannick is a naturalist and bird photographer. He shares insights on nature and photographing it. (10951KB)

08/30/2006

Kate's garden in Summer, from Birmingham UK. (2949KB)

08/30/2006

Events Calendar for August 2006
Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
BirdFest 2006
Portland Swift Watch (627KB)

08/30/2006

Welcome to the August 2006 edition of On The Wing. (365KB)

08/16/2006

Connie Sidles visits the Montlake Fill (Union Bay Natural Area) almost every day. She shares her love of this important birding site with us on a circuit of the trail. (40847KB)

06/11/2006

Garry and Loraine have a Bald Eagle nest in the Cottonwood tree in their back yard in Kent, Washington. They share the nest with the world through their webcam.
News Flash: The eaglet has fledged! (13506KB)

06/11/2006

Events Calendar for July 2006
Oregon Shorebird Festival
British Birdwatching Fair (1217KB)

06/11/2006

At Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Oregon - the third largest monolith in the world, and home to nesting seabirds, raptors, and vacationers. We meet with Tom Oxwang of the Friends of Haystack Rock to learn about the Haystack Rock Awareness Program. (14463KB)

06/11/2006

Our visit to the Randall Davey Audubon Center in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. (16438KB)

06/11/2006

Welcome to the July 2006 edition of On The Wing. (387KB)

05/26/2006

Birds and the restoration of the North Seattle Community College Wetlands. (29004KB)

05/26/2006

Bitterroot Birding & Nature Festival
Birds on the Bay
Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration (677KB)

05/26/2006

Springtime in Birmingham, UK, with Kate. (2446KB)

05/26/2006

Bud Anderson describes Long-Bill Syndrome, a disturbing abnormal growth of birds' beaks and bills. If you spot a bird with a misshapen beak, take note of the bird's species and location and call Bud Anderson at (360) 757-1911 or e-mail him at bud@frg.org. (7304KB)

05/26/2006

Welcome to the May 2006 edition of On The Wing. (463KB)

05/26/2006

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge with Phil Kelley.
Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge
Nisqually Reach Nature Center
Birdwise on Google Video (22832KB)

01/26/2006

An overview of other birding podcasts, with a guest segment from RainforestInn. (6470KB)

01/26/2006

Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival
San Diego Bird Festival
Winter Wings Festival
Connecticut Audubon Society Eagle Festival
Port Susan Snow Goose & Birding Festival
(2971KB)

01/26/2006

A Birding Gem from Bud Anderson - The Vole National Park. (790KB)

01/26/2006

In January 2006, a group of nearly 60 Western Grebes were found stranded and starving on the beach at Ocean Shores, Washington. They were taken to the PAWS wildlife rehabilitation center in Lynnwood, Washington. (17989KB)

01/26/2006

Welcome to the February 2006 edition of On The Wing. (1123KB)

01/26/2006

At the Upper Skagit River, we meet Libby Mills, tour the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center, and visit a couple of riverside viewpoints. (17037KB)

01/26/2006

With Kate, from Birmingham UK. (3247KB)

11/02/2005

The RSPB Sandwell Valley Reserve is a 10 hectare wildfowl and songbird refuge just outside Birmingham, England. (15577KB)

11/02/2005

The Scottish Seabird Centre, in North Berwick, Scotland, is a state-of-the-art nature viewing facility. Visitors to the Centre can view the birds on Bass Rock, the Isle of May and Fidra by remote controlled video cameras, using the latest telemetry to rotate, pan and zoom to get the best possible views of the birds. (13012KB)

11/02/2005

Duddingston Loch is on the shoulder of Arthur's Seat, a dormant volcano in Edinburgh, Scotland. (5184KB)

11/02/2005

Welcome to the November 2005 edition of On The Wing - the UK Edition. (535KB)

09/27/2005

The Entiat Ridge Experimental Hawk Banding Station, a project of the Falcon Research Group, is conducting its fifth annual hawk migration study. Located on a beautiful ridge in Eastern Washington, the station is in the migratory path of several hawk species. Bud Anderson, Ed Deal, Mark Gleason and Martin Muller show us the action. (35449KB)

08/30/2005

Michael Hobbs has made himself an expert on Redmond Washington's Marymoor Park, by birding there virtually every week for eleven years. (33996KB)

08/30/2005

Hurricane Katrina has devastated the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. What can we do? (1029KB)

08/30/2005

Welcome to the August 2005 edition of On The Wing! (414KB)

08/30/2005

Chris Templeton tells us how Black-Capped Chickadees vary their alarm calls according to how dangerous a predator is - It's size that counts, but not in the way you might think. Chickadee-dee-dee means a lot more than it may seem... (11541KB)

08/30/2005

Oregon Shorebird Festival
Meet the Waders Australial
New Haven Hawk Festival (1627KB)

06/16/2005

Kevin Li has been putting up nesting gourds for Purple Martins in the Puget Sound area. We join him to check three of the sites he maintains. (24805KB)

05/18/2005

The 3rd Annual Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest. A memorable weekend, with a great variety of birding and other events. (24367KB)

05/18/2005

Birding Events Calendar for May and June 2005. (1501KB)

05/18/2005

Linda Davey is the Accidental Birder. (1885KB)

05/18/2005

Seattle Audubon Master Birder Jim Flynn discusses his new Raptor Nest Data Project. (5460KB)

05/18/2005

The Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds, Washington, on International Migratory Bird Day. We visit Yost Park and the Edmonds Marsh. (6526KB)

05/18/2005

On The Wing interviews Dr Jerome A. Jackson, author of In Search of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, about the recent announcement that the bird still survives. (5211KB)

05/18/2005

Cliff Swallows have returned to Seattle's Magnuson Park. Lynn Ferguson monitors their nesting activities. (5296KB)

05/18/2005

Welcome to the May 2005 edition of On The Wing! (756KB)

05/12/2005

Saturday May 14 is International Migratory Bird Day for 2005. Find an event near you! (1490KB)

05/04/2005

The 10th Annual Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival will be held at the Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge at Hoquiam Washington May 6-8. (4689KB)

04/07/2005

A drought emergency has been declared for Washington - so what about the birds? (3017KB)

04/07/2005

On The Wing visits the Black River Riparian Forest in Renton, Washington. We learn about the heronry with Mark Johnston and Suzanne Krom. (4596KB)

04/07/2005

Our calendar of upcoming bird-related events.

Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest May 6-8
Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival May 6-8
Puget Sound Bird Festival May 14 (1894KB)

04/07/2005

With Mike Donahue. (1372KB)

04/07/2005

Field trip with Master Birder Martin Muller. (8496KB)

04/07/2005

Linda Davey is the Accidental Birder. How to become a birder, even if you didn't mean to... (2755KB)

04/07/2005

Welcome to the first full program of On The Wing, the audio magazine of birds and birding! (1127KB)

04/07/2005

On The Wing goes on a hawk-identification field trip with Bud Anderson of the Falcon Research Group. (9310KB)

02/26/2005

We visited the Green River Natural Resources Area, better known as the Kent Ponds. (6342KB)

02/26/2005

Our trip to Tukwila Pond Park, near the Southcenter Mall. (11706KB)

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