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  • Bird Watch 10-01-11

    Saturday, October 01, 2011

    Join Roger this morning for Bird Watch. He joins us via phone. Get your bird questions answered or just call in to give a bird sighting at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question- Q: What birds have external ears? Nocturnal birds. They use their ears to hunt with after dark. Congratulations to Sue from Vicksburg for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • Birdwatch 9-24-11

    Saturday, September 24, 2011

    It's time for Birdwatch with Roger Taylor. Roger will join us this morning via phone as he is still healing from his recent surgery. You may still call and ask your questions or chime in on the weekly trivia question at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question: Q- What is the most popular bird in the world? A- Chicken. Congratulations to Donna in Portage for giving the correct answer.

  • Birdwatch 9-17-11

    Saturday, September 17, 2011

    Roger Taylor host of Birdwatch joins us via the phone. Roger is still dedicated to answering all of your bird questions and just call to share your bird sightings. Give him a call today 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. Q:This week's trivia question: There is a furrow population of a non- native bird living Chicago. What is it? A: Quaker Parrot. congratulations to Lynn from Vicksburg for guessing this week's trivia question.

  • Bird Watch 9-10-11

    Saturday, September 10, 2011

    Roger is still on the road to recovery and he joins us via telephone for Birdwatch. This week's trivia question: Q: Why are owls able to have superior hearing? A: Owls have is asymmetrical ear placement. This means that owl ears are not directly across from one another on the bird’s head. Congratulations to Donna from Kalamazoo for guessing the correct answer this week.

  • 9-3-11

    Saturday, September 03, 2011

    Roger is on the road to recovery from recent surgery.Roger is not in the studio but will answer all of your bird question via the phone today on Bird Watch. We miss you and look forward to you coming into the studio. This week's trivia question-Why will birds never be able to go into space with humans. A: They need to have gravity to help them swallow food and water. Congratulations to Joyce from Mendon for guessing this week's trivia question.

  • Bird Watch 8-20-11

    Saturday, August 20, 2011

    Its time for the "bird man" aka Roger Taylor to answer all of your bird questions and bird sightings. Give him a call 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia is: Q: How many mice does the average barn owl eat during the course of a year? A: About 1000. Congratulations to Judy from Portage.

  • Bird Watch 8-13-11

    Saturday, August 13, 2011

    Got a bird question? Roger is in the WKZO studio this morning to answer all of the bird questions and sightings. Give him a call at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. This week's trivia question: Q: Birds have the ability to turn their heads 180 degrees. Why can they do that? A: Their eyes don't move, so they have to turn their heads. Congrats to

  • Bird Watch 8-6-11

    Saturday, August 06, 2011

    Join Roger for Bird Watch and share your bird sightings and bird questions every Saturday. This week's trivia question: Loons are one of the deepest diving birds. How deep can they dive? A:220 feet. Congrats to Shelly from Portage for guessing the correct answer.

  • BW July 30, 2011

    Saturday, July 30, 2011

    Its time to talk birds with Roger Taylor on Bird Watch. This weeks trivia question: Q:What is the smallest bird in North America? A:Calliope Hummingbird. Congratulations to Diana from Kalamazoo for guessing the correct answer.

  • 7-16-11 BW

    Saturday, July 16, 2011

    Roger talks everything birds. Get your bird sightings and questions together and give Roger a call at 269-382-4280 or 1-877-382-4280. Q:Ducks are found everywhere except: A: Antarctica. Congratulations to Sue from Richland 4:1 ratio (4 parts water 1 part water) for tasty nectar for our feathered friends.