Summary: The latest podcast from Finger Lakes Productions, NatureWatch is in fact our oldest radio show. Since the early 1990s, when it was called Bird Watch, NatureWatch has been delighting terrestrial broadcast listeners with the sounds of the meadow, mountain and stream. Now in, in the podcast, learn what birds wake you up each morning, which ones you may not have heard, what other critters live in your backyard and beyond. It's all here in this sound-rich, 90-second daily pleasure to the "mind's eye."
Bird feet range from webbed toes to sharp-clawed talons.
The hermit crab doesn’t have enough crustaceous covering to enclose its posterior, so he must seek outside protection.
This bird has become a symbol of impending doom.
When it comes to attracting attention, one bird has all the goods.
A unique “border dance” is one way that the mockingbird stakes out its territory.
An early introduction to birds can lead to a healthy respect for nature.
Birds’ temperatures vary from bird to bird and from day to night.
Come visit the home of this common forest resident.
Most birds stake out and then defend the territory they call home.
This resident of the western forest seems to enjoy hearing the sound of its own voice.
Hummingbirds relish both a good shower and a good bath.
Ever wonder what’s in a name? Learn the meanings behind some common plant names.
We use a number of interesting–and sometimes comical–terms to describe groups of birds.
Barn owls are well equipped to hunt in the dark.
We’ll provide a window into the life of this small creature.