BIRD HUGGER

En podkast av Catherine Greenleaf - Torsdager

107 Episoder

  1. How Over-Consumption Intensifies Climate Change with Hannah Evans

    Publisert: 4.7.2024
  2. Making Your Yard A Quiet Oasis For Birds With Arline Bronzaft

    Publisert: 20.6.2024
  3. Unsolved Wildlife Crimes Report With Megan Stolen

    Publisert: 6.6.2024
  4. ENCORE PRESENTATION: The Nature Of Oaks Wth Doug Tallamy

    Publisert: 23.5.2024
  5. How Your Yard Influences Drought and Flood Cycles With Judith Schwartz

    Publisert: 9.5.2024
  6. Rescuing Animals During A Disaster With Dave Crawford

    Publisert: 25.4.2024
  7. The Graceful Swallow-Tailed Kite With Gina Kent

    Publisert: 11.4.2024
  8. Flaco The Owl: The Experts Weigh In

    Publisert: 28.3.2024
  9. The Flight Of The Kestrel With Phil Brown

    Publisert: 14.3.2024
  10. Water Harvesting For Your Yard And Gardens With Martha Retallick

    Publisert: 29.2.2024
  11. Hatching And Renesting Osprey Chicks With Stephanie Ellis

    Publisert: 15.2.2024
  12. Insecticides And Their Impact On Birds With Hardy Kern

    Publisert: 1.2.2024
  13. Prepping The Yard For Natives With Kathy Connolly

    Publisert: 18.1.2024
  14. Saving Birds After An Oil Spill With Tri-State Rescue

    Publisert: 5.1.2024
  15. BIRD HUGGER HOLIDAY SPECIAL With Maria Rodale

    Publisert: 21.12.2023
  16. Birding Under The Influence With Dorian Anderson

    Publisert: 7.12.2023
  17. Searching For Lost Hikers and Birders With Cathy Tarr

    Publisert: 23.11.2023
  18. Pink Flamingo Fever With Dan Lebbin

    Publisert: 9.11.2023
  19. Hugger The Broad-Winged Hawk Is On Her Way To Guatemala!

    Publisert: 26.10.2023
  20. Native Shrubs For Northeast Landscapes With Emily Baisden

    Publisert: 12.10.2023

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Love gardening and birds and want to help Mother Nature? Join host Catherine Greenleaf, former gardening columnist for the Boston Herald Sunday Magazine and a certified wildlife rehabilitator with 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating injured wildlife, for discussions about organic gardening and restoring native habitat to help the birds and other wildlife in your backyard. Catherine Greenleaf talks about the natural history of birds and interviews the leading experts about how to turn your backyard into a native oasis for birds and pollinators.

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