Today, SEDGE THOMSON, presents Not Always Benign birds, bugs, plants  show.  


The droll botanist AMY STEWART brings in plants and bugs of peculiar powers, not always good for us. 


BRIAN KIMBERLING’s novel, Snapper, observes the inner realm of an Indiana birdwatcher’s life. 


And THOR HANSON, whose chronicle of Feathers, the Evolution of a Natural Miracle, describes the garb of dinosaurs and sparrows. 


It's Sedge's flaneur files.  


Insights abound. 


Laughs, too. 


J. Raoul Brody and Mike Greensill make the pianos soar.