A Diving Songbird?

A Diving Songbird? By Zoey Greenberg Broadcast 5.4 & 5.7.2022   Listen:   One fateful afternoon at the bottom of a canyon, as I sat nursing a torn meniscus and a bad attitude, a plump gray bird puttered past me and alighted on a stone several feet away....

I Have a Window, and I See…Anting?

I Have a Window, and I See…Anting? By Jill Weigel Broadcast 4.27 & 4.30.2022   Listen:   I have a window above my kitchen sink where I gaze outside several times each day. Watching birds entertains me during kitchen chores, and makes me feel like I...

The Adventurous Sex Lives of Plants

The Adventurous Sex Lives of Plants By Camille Barr Broadcast 6.2008, 6.2010, and 4.20 & 4.23.2022   Listen:   With springtime burgeoning, even the most unromantic among us can’t help but think of flowers. Whether you’re dazzled by their...

Sandhill Cranes and the “Orchestra of Evolution”

Sandhill Cranes and the “Orchestra of Evolution” by Drew Lefebvre Broadcast 4.13 & 4.16.2022   Listen:   I’ll never forget the first time I heard the call of a Sandhill Crane. It was early June, and I was halfway through an eight-day...