Climb up 130 feet into the crown of a rainforest tree in New Guinea and wait. And wait. Wildlife photographer Tim Laman tells Dick about his journey to photograph every species of the Birds of Paradise. It took him 8 years and 18 expeditions to do it, and there are still a few he was not able to capture. The feathers and colors are hard to believe.
Lee Jones is a farmer in Ohio. He saw his family farm auctioned off in the 80’s. But Farmer Jones has figured out a way to prosper as a farmer: quality over quantity. Dick Gordon spoke with Lee at a live event by Avalon Housing in Michigan.
More than 150 vultures mysteriously moved into a two-block radius of Shelby, N.C. Kristen Duren, the woman charged with running the birds out of town, says the best deterrent was to hang vulture effigies upside down.