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Observing Our Natural World

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Ohio designated the northern cardinal as the official state bird in 1933, one of America's favorite backyard birds.

The last of the warblers may be packing their bags and heading south, but it’s not too late to check out Ohio’s feathered friends. In fact, fall is an important time for feeding backyard birds who need energy for migration. This hour, we’ll talk about the best ways to watch local birds, and the wonders of observing wildlife across the world.

Guests: 

  • Julie Zickefoose, Natural History Writer and Artist

This show originally aired on October 20, 2015 at 11 a.m.