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BirdCallsRadio™worldwide is a weekly radio show about the wonderful world of wild birds and nature. Worldwide topics range from bird sightings, birding tips, conservation, wildlife, and getting children involved with nature outdoors. Forward thinking guests join the show to add expertise on topics involving nature and conservation topics worldwide.


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BCR 183: Roger Pasquier, Author of Birds In Winter
Roger F. Pasquier, a lifelong birder and author stops by to talk with Mardi Dickinson about his latest book, “Birds In Winter, Surviving the Most Challenging Season” with the inter-connection to art and conservation.
BCR 182: Keith Mueller, Bird Artist and Sculptor
Keith Mueller, Avian Artist and Bird Sculptor for forty years and author of his latest book just published called, "Half-Sized Great Horned Owl", sits down with Mardi Dickinson to talk about his love of both the art and the carving world.
BCR 181: Wildlife Telemetry
Michael Lanzone, CEO; Casey Halverson COO; and David LaPuma, Ph.D., Director of Global Market Development from Cellular Tracking Technologies sits down with BirdCallsRadio and gives a deep dive into the world of wildlife Telemetry.
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Jun 23rd, 2016
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Nov 6th, 2019
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