Birds of Canada in all BBC programmes
Michael Palin presents the iconic bald eagle from Alaska.
Chris Packham presents the North American blue jay.
Chris Packham presents the brown thrasher, usually seen in North America.
John Aitchison presents the Canada goose.
David Rothenberg, best known for his interest in animal sounds, on the brown thrasher.
The veery thrush has a remarkable song, if slowed down, as David Rothenberg explains.
Florence Wilkinson, co-founder of bird song recognition app Warblr, enjoys the early bird.
The BBC's Frank Gardner recalls great northern divers for Tweet of the Day.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the goshawk.
Chris Packham presents the great northern diver.
Wildlife sound recordist Gregory Overden on Canada geese for Tweet of the Day.
Sir David Attenborough presents the house wren found across the New World.
Wildlife artist Jane Smith listens in the fog to a great northern diver.
Michael Palin presents the red-eyed vireo from North America.
David Attenborough presents the red-headed woodpecker found in North America.
Actor Samuel West remembers one of his proudest birdwatching moments for Tweet of the Day.
Bill Oddie presents the snow goose.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the snow goose, found across Canada and Alaska.
Liz Bonnin presents the sonorous trumpeter swan of North America.
Chris Packham presents the wild turkey.
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