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  • 7-6-13 - July is for Jelly Feeders

    Saturday, July 06, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- What Michigan bird makes this sound? (audio clip) A: Kirtland's Warbler. Congrats to Tom from Portage for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 6-29-13 - Keep Those Feeders Full!

    Saturday, June 29, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- What bird flies the highest when migrating? A: Bar-Headed Goose. Congrats to Hugo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 6-22-13 - The Peregrine Falcon Episode

    Saturday, June 22, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- What bird makes this sound? (audio clip) A: Peregrine Falcon. Congrats to Mark from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 6-15-13 - Those Orioles Will Eat You Out of House and Home!

    Saturday, June 15, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- What is a group of Owls called? A: A Parliament. Congrats to Richard from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 6-1-13 - Listener Questions on Feeding Hummingbirds and Visiting Birds from Unknown Parts

    Saturday, June 01, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- How many birds are killed each year by pet and feral cats in North America? A: 2 Billion. Congrats to Janet from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 5-25-13 - Memorial Day Weekend

    Saturday, May 25, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- What's the first bird to finish breeding and head home? A: Orioles, in the month of July. Congrats to Ted from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 5-18-13 - Bluebirds, Brooding and Grape Jelly

    Saturday, May 18, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- Why do birds migrate? A: Survival; to have a territory to raise young without food becoming too competitive. Congrats to John from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 5-11-13 - Roger Answers a Plethora of Crow Questions

    Saturday, May 11, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- How long do Crows' offspring stay with the parents? A: 2 Years. Congrats to Joy from Mendon for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 5-4-13 - Roger's Phoebe Returns!

    Saturday, May 04, 2013

    It’s Bird Watch time with your host, Roger Taylor. To get your bird related questions answered, or share a bird sighting, give Roger a call this morning at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- In ounces, how heavy is a Crow? A: 16 ounces (1 pound). Congrats to Annette for correctly answering this week's trivia question.