American Birding Podcast



Happening NOW: Storm-Blown Birds from Hurricane Dorian

Every September, people in the Caribbean and the eastern (and sometimes even southwestern) United States direct their focus towards the weather; early fall is hurricane season, and the storms that come with it are becoming more and more intense. With recent hurricanes like Irma, Maria, and Harvey pounding southeastern states and often totally devastating islands [read more…]

Happening NOW: Black Vultures Soar Across New England

The most painful part of the year for many New England birders is early spring. Taunted by neotropical migrants filtering into southern states, those of us in the northern states sometimes find ourselves impatiently waiting for more than just blackbirds, phoebes, and Tree Swallows to join our lingering winter birds. Imagine my surprise when I [read more…]