Phenology Talkbacks happen every Tuesday morning around 6:50am. Our resident phenologist gathers the emails and phone messages he's received from listeners throughout the week and shares them with the radio audience. This week we heard from the Newstok kids, Russell, Pat, Scot, Lynn and Rory. Nighthawks, hummingbirds, warblers, a wasp and a perplexing bird call are just some of the observations included in this rich report.
Every Tuesday our resident phenologist John Latimer takes a closer look at the natural world around us during the Phenology Show. We share observations from listeners who send in their nature notes via phone and email during our Talkback segment and John gives his official Phenology Report noting the current changes in flora and fauna and comparing those to the notes in his extensive phenology journals.
Bird experts John Richardson from Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory, Laura Erickson from “For the Birds” and Harry Hutchins retired forest ecologist and longtime host of A Talk on the Wild Side, join John Latimer and Heidi Holtan on the extended hour of the Tuesday Morning Show to talk about birds. They share what types of birds you can see and hear now and what they are eating. They give us information on fledgling birds and the migration of many species at this time of year. We get tips on the types of bin
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Every Tuesday our resident phenologist John Latimer takes a closer look at the natural world around us. He notes subtle and big changes happening and clues listeners in on what will be happening in the coming weeks. How does he know so much? He’s been documenting daily phenological notes for more than thirty years!