Birds of North America in all BBC programmes
A seasonal offering from Tweet of the Day for the Christmas period.
David Attenborough presents the black-necked grebe.
Chris Packham presents the North American blue jay.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the bobolink.
John Aitchison presents the Canada goose.
The veery thrush has a remarkable song, if slowed down, as David Rothenberg explains.
Gabi Mann on the American crow for Tweet of the Day.
Wildlife sound recordist Gregory Overden on Canada geese for Tweet of the Day.
Bill Oddie presents the Grey partridge.
On 100th anniversary of WWI Armistice, Derek Niemann recalls the grey partridge.
Sir David Attenborough presents the house wren found across the New World.
Lily Burton is the youngest birder on Tweet and she shares a sad story of a mute swan.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the mourning dove.
Chris Packham presents the mute swan.
Nadia Archer of the RSPB recalls Manchester's peregrines for Tweet of the Day.
Bill Oddie presents the peregrine.
Chris Packham presents the purple martin from eastern North America.
David Attenborough presents the red-headed woodpecker found in North America.
David Attenborough presents the North American red-winged blackbird.
Avian vet Richard Jones introduces the bird that inspired his career.
Kate Humble presents the ruddy duck.
Liz Bonnin presents the sonorous trumpeter swan of North America.
Chris Packham presents the wild turkey.
Birdwatching's irreverent Tweeter YOLOBirder tells how he became hooked on peregrines.
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