Cheap Cheep Thrills: Fall Birding in Ohio
Springtime may get all the glory, but fall is just as full of avian activity! In fact, the sky is aflutter with almost 5 billion birds migrating south from Canada. This hour we’ll talk about how to see some of them in action. We’ll also discuss tips for attracting birds to the backyard, how to spot them in the wild, and why no “squirrel-proof” feeder is worth the bucks.
- Julie Zickefoose, artist, natural historian and NPR commentator
- Bill Thompson III, Editor of Bird Watcherâ€™s Digest
- A $7/month or one-time gift of $85 gets you Bill Thompson’s Â Bird Homes and Habitats. This book includes expert advice on how to attract and support all your favorite backyard birds.Â
- A $10/month or one-time gift of $120 gets you Julie Zickefoose’s The Bluebird Effect. This hardcover edition won the 2013 Ohioana Nonfiction Book Award, and features stunning watercolor paintings and drawings by the author.