Playlist · by robert.sam.vargas
podcasts to check out
6 episodes, 2 hours 25 mins
Silas Speculo's Hall of Mirrors - HALLOWEEN WEEK #6
Written by Matthew Butcher Narrated by Ian McEuen Edited by Karl Hughes With music by Peder B. Helland and Thom Robson For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Spring Update: Eagles, Hawks, Magpies, and a Most Cooperative Robin
Laura went to the Sax-Zim Bog on Saturday, where winter is starting to lose the battle against spring.
#720 March 24, 2019
The incredible journey of the Blackpoll Warbler; the intriguing history of the Purple Martin; the phenomenon of Bird Punk; and international bird tour leader David Clapp as our in-studio guest — all on our latest show.
Wigeon and Teal
A weekly podcast for people interested in wild birds. Suzy talks with long-time listener Jeremy Schwartz about his love of birding. The featured birds are American Wigeon, Eurasian Wigeon, Green-winged Teal and Teal, and listeners were asked to list the 3 birds that visit their gardens or outside space most often. Hear the first responses from that. Join the discussion and see this week’s photos in the Facebook group at bit.ly/CasualBirderFB Also on Instagram: @CasualBirderPodcast
The Lovely Loquat
Have you ever heard of Loquats? In this episode, farmer, educator, and author Ken Love talks about this sweet and prolific fruit tree. Foundthroughout the world,Loquats (Eriobotrya japonica) are easy to grow and maintain. Also known as Biwa and Pipa, Loquats have a long and intriguing history and offer the home gardener an abundant source of delicious fruit with high levels of Vitamin A and Potassium.
Baikal Seal : The Seal That's Never Seen The Sea
The Baikal seal is the only purely freshwater seal species in the world, and it lives in precisely one place: Lake Baikal in Siberia. A lake which is itself extraordinary - the deepest in the world - and which is home not only to that unique seal, but to a host of crustaceans, fish and other animals that occur nowhere else on Earth.
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