Nature of Things

Archived weekly essays from naturalist John Weeks. Originally broadcast from 1984 to 2006 on WRVO.

John Weeks tells all about winter birds and the many that are often found on roadsides. Different type of winter birds go unnoticed, Weeks discusses the numerous type of birds spotted all over the country through the cold season.

Originally aired March 6th, 1987.

Spring Time Birds

Mar 6, 2012

John Weeks talks about a range of birds from robins to bluebirds and how they're appearance and singing gives us hint that spring is just around the corner.

Originally aired March 7th, 1986.

John Weeks interviews Frank Bivel and his idea to put a program together that would further explain the lifestyle of a Native American. Bivel discusses the details of his plan and how he hopes to make the life of a Native American physically come to life to modern day people by working with the same resources Native Americans once did.

 

Originally aired on March 8th, 1985.

How to Tap Maple Trees

Mar 6, 2012

John Weeks explains how to tap a maple tree step by step.

Originally aired March 9th, 1984.

John Weeks discusses  heavy precipitation and winter snowfall in Central New York, sharing his personal experiences with the snowstorms of 1957, 1958, and 1966.

 

Originally aired on February 21st, 2003.

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