Posts Tagged ‘birds’

If you have never fed the birds you are missing a great look at the beauty of our natural world. There are many different types of food that can be used to attract our feathered friends. This show will move novice birders forward as well as experts in their quest to enjoy a few special moments each...

Nature has many animals with spectacular colors. The wood duck is at the top of the list. Unique by color, but also by the way it nests and raises their young ducklings. This podcast gives great incite into the fascinating world of the wood duck. (photo by...

Many people think of bees as pollinators but there is a host of organisms that also do this task. You will be surprised about some of these creatures. There are also two non-living environmental pollinators. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/FPOLLINATORS.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

The feeding patterns of many wild animals have been changed by people who chose to feed them. Sometimes, there are disastrous consequences. On this show I discuss the reasons why we should not feed wild animals through a series of true-life...

Yes, it is that time of year! Spring in the organic garden. My guest is Inspector Dave, who is an expert in organic gardening. He gives great incite and tips to make your garden a bountiful one. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAAJoeyBee-SPRINGINTHEORGANICGARDEN.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

I have been blessed to broadcast 200 podcast shows. The topics cover outdoors, science, and nature. As an Environmental Scientist, I have the opportunity to share with you the very best that nature has to offer. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAJoeyBee-200THPODCASTSHOW.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

So what do birds do in the winter? Where can you view them from? Feeding stations that are set up in optimal places will allow you to observe the habits of many species of birds. The photo was taken during a snowstorm at one of my feeding...

There are so many people who truly love the outdoors. They stop their adventures because of the cold weather. This show will incite the mind and heart to plan a winter walk in the wild. We will discuss winter prep as well as ideas for a great day in the...

Filming in the wild allows me to witness nature at it’s best. I also have encounters that become potentially dangerous situations. On a peaceful day in my kayak that quickly changed to an attack which could have seriously injured me. My Don’t Look Now series explains this eventful...

There are many people, including myself, who love to watch birds come to their feeder daily. It is a way of getting up close with nature. The questions I always receive are: what type of food; how much does it cost; where do I purchase it; and, when do I stop feeding them. This show answers all these questions and...