Do octopuses have some shy arms and some bold arms? Scroll down a bit for the interview with BYU radio.
Sy talks Octos Down Under with Perth, Australia, radio: 720 ABC. Listen
Sy enjoyed being interviewed for podcast Mrs. Greensworld. Listen here.
Sy was recently interviewed by the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) Dive Team Report. Listen to the 14-minute interview here, or on iTunes, YouTube and Google Play.NAUI Dive Team Report.
Sy talks octopuses with her editors at Simon and Schuster http://simonsays.studionow.com/w/7cf966d8d5c40/Simon and Schuster
Listen to Sy talking about octopuses on NHPR’s Word of Mouth.
PRI’s The World
Our world is really the remnants of a previous one, says one Hawaiian story, and the only survivor of that previous world is the octopus. How did it survive? It slipped between a crack in the two worlds. Listen to Sy talk about The Soul of an Ocotpus on PRI’s The World.
Boston Public Radio
Listen to Sy discuss her new book, The Soul of the Octopus, on WGBH’s talk show.
Read A Retrospective on Past Winners of The Children’s Book Guild Nonfiction Award Featuring Sy Montgomery
Read Sy’s interview on her new book on Temple Grandin with School Library Journal
Susan and Stephen Tchudi of “Ecotopia on KZF” interview Sy Montgomery about her new book, Birdology, a celebration of the amazing physical and mental characteristics of birds, along with stories of her experiences working with birds and some of the people who love and train them.
Soaring with Sy Montgomery in ‘Birdology’ Vicki Croke, host of the New England Cable Network show, The Secret Life of Animals caught up with Sy at Harvard’s Museum of Natural History.
Jared Bowen of WGBH’s Greater Boston interviews Sy Montgomery about her new book Birdology: Adventures with a Pack of Hens, a Pack of Pigeons, Cantankerous Crows, Fierce Falcons, Hip Hop Parrots, Baby Hummingbirds, and One Murderously Big Living Dinosaur. Montgomery draws on history and science to write about the personalities and her relationships with different bird species. Click here and scroll to the June 17, 2010 interview.
Living on Earth: Humans and Birds: A New Pairing: We see birds everyday: flying overhead, eating food scraps in cities, and singing perched in tree branches. But most of us have little relationship with these omnipresent animals. Host Jeff Young talks with naturalist Sy Montgomery about her new book that attempts to change the way that we think about birds. Her book is called, “Birdology: Adventures with a Pack of Hens, a Peck of Pigeons, Cantankerous Crows, Fierce Falcons, Hip Hop Parrots, Baby Hummingbirds, and One Murderously Big Living Dinosaur.” (10:45)
The Diane Rehm Show Interview — Author Sy Montgomery joins Susan Page to talk about her adventures with hummingbirds, hawks and other feathered creatures. Why birds are far stranger, more wondrous — and more like us than we imagine.”
Living on Earth Interview — Author Sy Montgomery joins Living on Earth’s Steve Curwood to talk about her latest adventures in Mongolia from her new children’s book called “Saving the Ghost of the Mountain: An Expedition Among Snow Leopards in Mongolia.”
Sy Montgomery: A Roaring SuccessWhether she’s knee-deep in a pit of snakes, bathing with orangutans, or feeding ice cream to her beloved 750-pound pet pig, Sy Montgomery gets close to nature in ways the rest of us can only imagine. For her latest book, Saving the Ghost of the Mountain: An Expedition Among Snow Leopards in Mongolia (Houghton, 2009), she packed her bags for Mongolia, hoping to track down the seldom-seen snow leopard.
It Begins in Wonder: Sy Montgomery’s World — Truthout. org’s Leslie Thatcher reviews Chelsea Green’s reissues of Sy Montgomery’s four science and adventure books: “Walking with the Great Apes,” “The Spell of the Tiger,” “Journey of the Pink Dolphins: An Amazon Quest,” and “Search For the Golden Moon Bear,” 21 October, 2009
Discovering the World With Sy Montgomery — Truthout.org’s Leslie Thatcher interviews Sy Montgomery, 26 October, 2009
Living on Earth: Urban Crow Invasion — Jan 20, 2006, Each winter Auburn, New York is invaded by hundreds of thousands of crows. No one knows exactly why the birds come to this small city upstate, but the scene they create — and the mess — has residents divided over whether to embrace the crows or drive them out. Sy Montgomery reports on efforts currently underway by pro-crow and anti-crow forces.
Living on Earth: The Good Good Pig — June 6, 2006, Sy Montgomery’s famous pig, Christopher Hogwood, has passed on. But he left his owner with enough fond memories to write a book. And that’s just what she did. Sy Montgomery joins us to talk about her most recent book, The Good Good Pig. (10:30)
Living on Earth: Search for the Golden Moon Bear — In Montgomery’s book, Search for the Golden Moon Bear, she travels to the home of the moon bear in Southeast Asia, to track down what she hopes might be…