WREN Radio WrenRadio makes bird songs memorable with each short episode focusing on bird songs by habitat. 2013-07-29T20:25:03Z https://www.wrenradio.com/feed/atom/ WordPress Webmaster <![CDATA[End of Podcast]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=84 2013-07-29T20:25:03Z 2013-07-29T20:24:53Z Due to the death of the producer of the WREN Radio podcasts, there will be no more new episodes. Enjoy the 25 that exist and happy birding!

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wren <![CDATA[Episode 25 – Summer Songsters]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=81 2013-04-19T11:11:01Z 2013-04-19T11:11:01Z We welcome spring and summer with the killdeer on this episode!

 

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wren <![CDATA[blog action day!]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=78 2010-10-14T17:01:47Z 2010-10-14T17:01:47Z This year’s theme is water. This is perfect for birds- in fact, birds need water more often than food. You can provide fresh, clean water for birds just by putting a bowl of water out for them. Of course and bird bath or fountain is better. I just use an extra dog food bowl and put it on the porch banner near some bushes. This works for water and baths- it’s pretty fun to watch little chickadees splash around.

This year, help your fine feathered friends by providing a fresh drink of water.

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wren <![CDATA[Episode – 24 Nighttime Migrants]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=72 2010-09-23T00:35:10Z 2010-09-22T21:18:17Z Some birds migrate by day and some by night- this podcast covers the Wood Duck, Redhead and the Common Loon. Enjoy!

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wren <![CDATA[Here are some really fun nests!]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=68 2010-08-05T15:31:33Z 2010-08-05T15:31:33Z Visit this site to see some funky nests in funky places! My fav: the Wren!

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wren <![CDATA[Episode 23 – Why Chickadees are the Best Birds]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=65 2010-05-02T17:09:23Z 2010-05-02T17:09:23Z Here is a cute article from Mike O’Connor, owner of the Bird Watcher’s General Store about chickadees!

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wren <![CDATA[Episode #22 – Waterfowl]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=62 2010-02-15T17:38:33Z 2010-02-15T17:37:54Z Join me today as we lean about the Canada Goose, the Mallard and the Wood Duck. All of these waterfowl are early migrators and can easily be identified by sight and sound!

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wren <![CDATA[Episode #21 – British Invasion]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=59 2009-12-30T21:16:28Z 2009-12-30T21:16:28Z Join us this time as we hear the European starling and the house sparrow. These are two of our most common “invaders”, which are non-native species.

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wren <![CDATA[Support WREN Radio the easy way!]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=54 2009-11-11T14:57:29Z 2009-11-11T14:57:29Z You can support this podcast by using the Amazon.com portal just to the right of  this post!    WREN Radio will get a small credit for your Amazon purchase(s).  All proceeds go to purchase the licenses for the songs and calls from the McCauly Library at the Laboratory of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York.

Thank you for listening and supporting WREN Radio!

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wren <![CDATA[Episode #20 – Game Birds]]> https://www.wrenradio.com/?p=51 2009-12-30T20:55:11Z 2009-11-07T13:05:28Z Today we will learn the calls of game birds including the wild turkey, the bob-white and the ruffed grouse.

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