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  • 8-25-12 - Seed Moths, Drought, and Other Issues with Bird Feeding

    Friday, December 14, 2012

    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 non-migratory bird makes this sound? (audio clip) A: Blue Heron. Congrats to Jackie from Paw Paw for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 8-18-12 - 2012 Drought and the Effects on Migration

    Thursday, December 13, 2012

    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 do Woodpeckers mark their territory? A: Drumming. Congrats to Judy from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 8-11-12 - Which Binoculars Do I Use for Birdwatching?

    Thursday, December 13, 2012

    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 the largest Swallow in North America? A: Purple Martin Swallow. Congrats to Mike from Scotts for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • 8-4-12 - What to Look for in Binoculars

    Thursday, December 13, 2012

    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: Baltimore Oriole. Congrats to Roger from Hickory Corners for correctly answering this week's trivia question.

  • Eating nectar right out of your hand

    Saturday, June 23, 2012

    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 the max speed of a Ruby Throated-Hummingbird flies horizontally? A: 60 mph. Congrats to Mary from Lawton for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.

  • They Flock By The Thousands

    Saturday, June 16, 2012

    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 the largest roosting colony of Purple Martins ever sighted? A: Approx. 700,000. Congrats to John from Kalamazoo for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.

  • Flying High With Bar Headed Gooses

    Saturday, June 09, 2012

    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 birds require the highest altitude to complete their migration? Barheaded Goose. Congrats to Hugo from Ostego for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.

  • Bowerbirds name orgin

    Saturday, June 02, 2012

    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-Bower bird-Q: Why does this bird have that name? A: Bowing is apart of matching ritual, sticking beaks in the air and build a structure called a "bower". Congrats to Mina from Portage for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.

  • Bird Watch Pre-Memorial Weekend Show

    Saturday, May 26, 2012

    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- An audio question this morning. The correct answer- Ruby Breasted Rose Beak. Congrats to (Annette) from (Kalamazoo) for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.

  • How many eyelids do owls have?

    Saturday, May 19, 2012

    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 eyelids to owls have? They have three eyelids, one for blinking, one for sleeping and the third one for clearing debris from their eyes. Congrats to (Bob) from (Portage) for correctly answering this week’s trivia question.