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BirdNote Daily

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Escape the daily grind and immerse yourself in the natural world. Rich in imagery, sound, and information, BirdNote inspires you to notice the world around you.


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Latest Episodes

Rosemary Mosco was drawn to birds as a shy child, because they rewarded patience. In college, she struggled to connect with her classes in anthropology. She began volunteering with a group in Toronto that tries to stop birds from hitting windows. At ... more

7 hours ago

A Merlin — like this one — hunts boldly from a high perch. A Peregrine Falcon dives on a hapless pigeon, with an air speed approaching 200 miles per hour. The Gyrfalcon can fly down even the fastest waterfowl in a direct sprint. A Prairie Falcon blen... more

a day ago

The Reddish Egret, a particularly glamorous heron, is best known for its startling antics in capturing fish. When fishing, the egret sprints across the lagoon, weaving left and right, simultaneously flicking its broad wings in and out, while stabbing... more

2 days ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 899 ratings
  • Poodle Approved

    This is my poodle’s favorite podcast. We discovered it on the radio during our commute, and now he insists we listen every night before we go to bed. Cooper stops what he’s doing and cocks his head intently every time he hears a bird sing. I learn a lot in the process too.

    Apple Podcasts
    Christina Zlotnick
    United States2 months ago
  • birds? great. The wokeness? Not so much.

    Love these short, well-produced bird tales. What I don't love is being preached at by pandering race-hustlers. One pod complained that we need more people of color birding. Do we really? Says who? Maybe "people of color" prefer to do other things.. why does the skin color of people doing this or that activity matter? more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Loved it until recently

    Listened daily for several years and enjoyed tremendously. Lately the scientific and informative style has turned to interviewing, poetry and has a political vibe. I miss the previous style and am looking elsewhere for something similar to what it was historically.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Short, sweet, fascinating

    In just a minute or two, I love learning about a different bird species, their biology and/or interactions with humanity. I’m not a birder, personally, but this podcast may make one of me yet…

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Please speak clearly!

    Bird Note really needs to be mindful that their podcast is an auditory broadcast. Having speakers that have the ability to actually speak clearly is the point of a broadcast. Several of the recent episodes have been frustrating enough to skip them if I hear particular voices.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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