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Best Wetlands podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Wetlands podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Listen as we explore issues, ideas and research about wetlands in Canada. Wetlands are some of the most bio-diverse habitats in the country. Wetlands are vital to the health of a wide variety of mammals, birds, amphibians reptiles plants - and, of course human beings. We'll be interviewing research experts and frontline workers from Ducks Unlimited Canada in lively, engaging exchanges. They'll keep you up-to-date and up-to-speed on the best information and stories about these vital Canadian ...
 
Talking Radical Radio brings you grassroots voices from across Canada. It features in-depth interview with people involved in a wide range of activism, organizing, and other social change work, and gives them a chance to take a longer view as they talk about what they're doing, how they're doing it, and why they're doing it.
 
Wild About Utah is a weekly nature series produced by Utah Public Radio in cooperation with Stokes Nature Center, Bridgerland Audubon Society, Quinney College of Natural Resources, Cache Valley Wildlife Association, Utah State University and Utah Master Naturalist Program - USU Extension. More about Wild About Utah can be found here . Utah is a state endowed with many natural wonders from red rock formations to salt flats. And from desert wetlands to columns of mountains forming the basin an ...
 
We disseminate current research in the aquatic sciences to a general audience through a semi-monthly podcast. Our goal is to frame recent high-profile research papers or career achievements in the broader context of current environmental and scientific issues and discuss how the guests arrived at these discoveries. We interview a wide variety of scientists ranging from graduate students to tenured professors from a diversity of countries and backgrounds.
 
Hello and welcomed to ‘Vet Chloë On The Road’… “Insights from real people making positive change for our planet”. I am Chloë, a veterinarian who has an interest in wildlife and all things environmental. And this is a show for people who would like to connect, learn and prioritise caring for our beautiful green and blue world. Come join me as I travel around Australia in my van Layla. Let’s share all things conservation and meet all the inspiring environmental heroes along the way!
 
The Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland and are home to a wealth of wildlife, especially fish and birdlife. They comprise a network of mostly navigable rivers and lakes in the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. The lakes (or broads) were originally formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat excavations and cover an area of some 303 square kilometres (117 sq mi). The rivers and broads subsequently evolved to become a system of water-highways linking the City of N ...
 
Three times per week Australia's most successful lure fishermen share their secrets for catching Australia's iconic sports species. The Australian Lure Fishing Podcast (ALF) is on a mission to help everyday fishermen experience better fishing than they could ever have imagined. Host Greg "Doc Lures" Vinall hand picks the cream of Aussie fishermen and presses them to give up the tips that matter. It's no fluff, no nonsense, top notch fishing info. Stuff you can put into action and get immedia ...
 
Climate change, ferocious weather and ‘the haze’ are now part our everyday lives. How are our lifestyles connected to them, and what can we do about it? What does the economy have to do with it? Earth Matters engages with activists and experts to explore our changing relationship with the planet that we only borrow from our children.
 
The relationship between sea and land has always been one of dynamic change. Yet, as rising sea levels threaten habitats for wildlife and humans alike, we are today more vulnerable than ever. The 11 video tracks on this album address the complexities of environmental change, focusing on the Blackwater Water Estuary in Essex where a coastal retreat scheme is in operation, managed biodiversity at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire, and the search for sustainable forms of development along the River ...
 
The KYGeoCast is a podcast for anyone with an interest in the geology of Kentucky and geologic issues. Take us along as an audio field trip guide when you visit parks, hike, drive, or bike and learn about the processes that have shaped our Commonwealth. Produced by the staff of the Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky.
 
The science that is needed to conserve everything from alpine meadows to great white sharks is covered here as we interview young and seasoned scientists that are passionate about their profession and what they are studying. The podcast is hosted by the Department of Ecology at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman, Montana (the views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Ecology or Montana State University).
 
Coming to you from the iconic Middendorf’s Restaurant… Owner Horst Pfeifer will bring you behind the scenes and introduce you to the unique people from near and far who we get to know through the restaurant. The original Middendorf’s, established in 1934, is located in the middle of the Manchac, Louisiana swamp. The 2nd Middendorf’s location opened 85 years later in Slidell, Louisiana. Two locations – double the delicious and double the fun!
 
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Dr. Mike Brasher is joined by Mike Carter, Coordinator of the Playa Lakes Joint Venture, and Matt Hough, DU’s Director of Conservation Programs for Kansas, to discuss playa wetland conservation in the Western Great Plains. Our guests describe the importance of playa wetlands for wetland birds and groundwater recharge and provide an overview of hist…
 
In episode #355 of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews Ezra Morse and Ray Woroniak. They are residents of Qualicum Beach, a town of about 9000 people on the east coast of Vancouver Island, and they are the president and vice-president, respectively, of the Qualicum Nature Preservation Society. They talk about their work to oppose the deve…
 
Most keen anglers are aware of the importance of fish being able to move freely around our river systems between the ocean, the estuaries and freshwater habitat in rivers, lakes and wetlands. But only a very small number of anglers and aquatic ecologists realise just how important that movement is - or the scale at which it’s been disrupted by huma…
 
The Great Salt Lake provides approximately 75% of Utah’s wetlands, and is a resting area along the Pacific- Americas flyway. Migratory birds rely on the lake as a stopping spot for rest and nutrition which they obtain from the variety of native plant communities. These communities are at constant risk from the invasive reed Phragmites australis whi…
 
Somerset Dam is one of Queensland’s most heavily fished inland waterways - and it holds plenty of well-educated, difficult to catch trophy bass over 50cm. Local bass guru Jason Ehrlich is well known not only for his understanding of Somerset’s big bass and his ability to tempt them, but for his outstanding skills in lure design. In this episode Jas…
 
The DU Podcast is joined by our colleague from DU Canada, Kelly Rempel, Head of Habitat Asset Management Saskatchewan Provincial Operations, to discuss early observations of wetland conditions in the prairies and parklands of Saskatchewan, The Land of the Living Skies. It’s generally dry in the prairies with favorable conditions farther north in th…
 
Waterfowl, for the most part, have returned to the breeding grounds. Join co-hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher as they discuss the processes involved with their return to nesting areas. The two discuss the preferred habitats of breeding ducks, the risks involved in nesting, the perils of being a duckling, and how science helps us better con…
 
On this week's show we speak to wildlife presenter Kate MaCrae, better known as Wildlife Kate, about accessible, cheap & easy ways to attract wildlife into your garden! Kate's passion & enthusiasm for wildlife has led her to discover such creative ways to provide for nature in your garden some by simply reusing items. Not only saving on waste but t…
 
Sooty grunter would have to be one of the most under-rated Aussie freshwater sport fish. Aggressive, hard fighting and abundant, they’re a great option for newbie lure fishers and kids learning the ropes. In this episode Vinnie Versfeld takes us into the heart of sooty grunter fishing heaven: the upper Burdekin River system. Tons of great tips for …
 
Giddo Mettam is well known for practicing an extreme sport that combines land based fishing with rock climbing and abseiling. This allows him to get to some pretty untouched spots along the Western Australian south-west coast in search of quality fish. In this episode Giddo shares his tips for targeting Dhufish on lures from the stones. This specie…
 
In the absence of typical habitat and duck reports from the May survey, we are turning to our folks in the field for first-hand updates and insights. On this episode, host Dr. Mike Brasher visits with Dr. Scott Stephens, DU Canada, for an early spring update on habitat conditions across the Canadian Prairies. www.ducks.org/dupodcast…
 
Together again! Rob and Paul enjoy a spectacularly sunny turn around Hackney Marshes - socially distanced, of course. Featuring books, art, dogs, flowers, families, and of course parkruns, drinking, old films and Julie. Pledge to support Rob's book Running Tracks HERE: https://unbound.com/books/running-tracks/ Get Paul’s book 26.2 Miles to Happines…
 
Documentary producer Nate Ford invites two big cat experts to weigh in on the record breaking documentary series, “Tiger King.” Did you watch the show and fall in love with tigers? Find out ways to get involved in big cat conservation and learn how to impact legislation (like, right now) by supporting the Big Cat Safety Act. Are you tired of hearin…
 
A decade ago, many people saw carbon offsetting as an excuse for carrying on bad behaviour. Need to fly? I can still fly ... look at me - I'm not so bad after all. And the critics lined up to shoot it down. So what has changed, asks Tom Heap, and is it something we should all be doing?With contributions from Juliet Davenport of Good Energy, Charlot…
 
Phil Bourjaily, DU Magazine shotgunning columnist joins host Chris Jennings for another in-depth conversation on what waterfowlers should be doing in the off-season to prepare for the coming season. Bourjaily provides great detail on 10 additional tactics hunters can use to improve their shotgunning. www.ducks.org/dupodcast…
 
Coral trout have increasingly penetrated into the northern end of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast In recent years and are a genuine target for anglers in that part of Australian now. Sunshine Coast resident and AFN Fishing Show host Nigel Webster has made a bit of a habit of finding trout in the area from the northern Sunshine Coast to the southern par…
 
In episode #354 of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews nicole marie burton. She is a comics illustrator and the founder of Ottawa-based independent publisher Ad Astra Comix. They talk about political comics, about Ad Astra, and about burton's latest project, *Enemy Alien: A True Story of Life behind Barbed Wire* (written by Kassandra Luci…
 
People attracting wildlife into their gardens has never been more important & on this weeks show we spoke with presenter & ornithologist Dan Rouse to discuss not only how to cater for wildlife at home, but also why it is so important. Dan's interest in wildlife started as a child, at home in the garden with her father. Building the first nest box, …
 
Macaranga is a journalism portal covering environment and sustainability-related topics in Malaysia. Helmed by writers Law Yao Hua and SL Wong, the duo aim to provide relevant and insightful content that builds knowledge on ecosystems, through the portal. In their first monthly episode on Earth Matters, both the editors of Macaranga join us to give…
 
Across the world, many wildlife reserves and animal sanctuaries have been severely impacted by the coronavirus lockdown measures which has led to reduced tourism, and a shortage of funds to support their conservation work. The Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, the only sun bear conservation centre in the world, is also being impacted by Malaysi…
 
Do fish actually sleep? And if they do, what are the implications for lure anglers? Can we use this understanding to improve our fishing? The fact is, fish DO sleep. And sometimes when they're shut down and not actively taking lures it might not be that they're not hungry. it mightn't be that the tides or moon phase isn't right. It could just be th…
 
Golden Snapper (Fingermark Bream) are not only highly prized northern table fish, they also eat Lures readily and pull like a steam train. In Episode 216 of the Australian Lure Fishing podcast I talk to Northern fishing guide and wilderness lodge operator Hugh Gange about how he targets this species in his wilderness paradise. Full show notes: http…
 
Beautiful day for a run - a pair of remote runs - as Paul and Rob get out for a good old catch-up. Featuring dog trippin’, hill reps and push ups, when comedy and running clubs go virtual, lovely Lisa Jackson, what not to wear and what not to watch, panic as the pillars of our weekends crumble, late greats Jerry Stiller and Nora Ephron, and all the…
 
We conclude our 3-part series with Jerry Holden by discussing our organizational mission, the legacy of conservation support from waterfowl hunters, pursuit of expanded partnerships, and the broad-based benefits of DU’s wetlands conservation in the Southern Region. Lastly, Jerry and host Dr. Mike Brasher share personal experiences and the inspirati…
 
Giant Trevally fishing is tough, rugged, white knuckle stuff practiced anywhere, but when it’s done from the shore, GT fishing must surely quality as an extreme form of angling. In today’s episode of the Australian Lure Fishing podcast I talk to one of the guns of land-based GT fishing here in Australia, Jonny Brooks. We go through how to find fish…
 
In episode #353 of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews Kyle Vose and Andrea Hatala. They are the co-chairs of the ODSP Action Coalition, a group that brings together social services agencies and recipients of disability benefits in Ontario. They talk about ODSP, the challenges faced by recipients, and the actions taken by the coalition ov…
 
On this week's show i spoke author & manager of The Museum of Zoology at Cambridge University, Jack Ashby. Jack knows his museums well & it was a pleasure to chat with him about what kind of things we can learn from visiting these rooms of education. It's not just what you read on the signs that can tell you about the animals. From conservation sta…
 
We continue with part 2 of a 3-part conversation with Jerry Holden, Director of Operations for DU’s Southern Region. In this episode, Jerry introduces the people, places, habitats, and conservation efforts within the Southern Region, and what makes it both incredibly special and immensely challenging. www.ducks.org/dupodcast…
 
Peter Faust Dam (Lake Proserpine) is a haven to numerous oversized barramundi, though they’re not always easy to catch. Gun angler Curtis Parker spends his time oscillating between impoundment cod and wild river bass in Northern NSW and trophy barra from Peter Faust. In this episode Curt shares his tips for targeting the barramundi in this challeng…
 
In early February, we sat down for a wide-ranging discussion with Jerry Holden, Director of Operations for DU’s Southern Region. In the first of a 3-part series, Jerry shares his path to DU, his passion for conservation, and trades stories with podcast host Dr. Mike Brasher about the challenges and rewards of waterfowl hunting, including personal e…
 
Sfeervol verslag van Ivonne's bezoek aan de moestuin van Winterbourne House nabij Birmingham in het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Laat je meenemen op een audioreisje naar goed verzorgde aardbeienbedden en tuinbonen die plukklaar zijn. Tussen de bedrijven door reflecteert Ivonne ook op haar voorliefde voor Latijnse naambordjes bij tuinplanten. Zoals altijd v…
 
In today’s episode of Eyes on Conservation, filmmaker Kristin Tieche invites two women in bat conservation who appear in her upcoming feature documentary about bats, The Invisible Mammal. Dr. Winifred Frick is the Chief Scientist at Bat Conservation International and an Associate Research Professor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UC Santa Cr…
 
Today, we go off the beaten path to discuss an entertaining adventure and important lesson on predatory journals. Dr. Dan Baldassarre, Assistant Professor of Zoology at SUNY Oswego, recently made headlines for the successful publication of a satirical article designed to expose the existence and dangers of unscrupulous actors among scientific journ…
 
When is the best time to go fishing? What tide? What weather conditions? What lunar cycles? In episode 212 we summarise and explore the tips about bite Windows that have been shared by almost 200 guests of the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast. Full show notes at https://doclures.com/bite-windows/By Greg “Doc Lures” Vinall
 
In episode #352 of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews Will George. He is a grassroots member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, located in and around what is now called "Vancouver", that will be impacted by the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project. They talk about the pipeline and about George's ongoing grassroots work to oppos…
 
So, you found yourself with a mallard or Canada goose nesting in your flowerpot. Why is this happening, what should you know, and what are your options? Join the DU Podcast as hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher share their answers to these questions and more, when discussing urban nesting waterfowl. www.ducks.org/dupodcast…
 
DU Podcast is back for Season 2: The Off Season! Hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher return to bring the DU audience discussions on conservation, science and research, off-season shotgunning, retriever training, and much more. The DU Podcast will continue to be a source of information on all-things waterfowl conservation. www.ducks.org/dupodc…
 
Trying to find wildlife can often be a grueling task. Hours spent outside searching, waiting & often relying on luck to see anything, let alone catch it on camera. For wildlife filmmaker & presenter Billy Heaney (@BillyHeaney), the difficulties have almost been removed. Specialising in camera traps, Billy knows how to get that wild & in the moment …
 
The resurgence of Southern Bluefin tuna numbers in the past decade has opened some amazing sport fishing opportunities on Melbournes doorstep. Setting himself the challenge of nailing a 100kg+ tuna on a cast stickbait, Andy Smith has come close, learned a ton and not lost one ounce of his enthusiasm for the mission. In episode 211 I talk to Andy ab…
 
South Eastern Victoria is something of a southern fishing Mecca. Lots of species in XOS sizes attract anglers from Melbourne and elsewhere in droves. One species that probably gets less attention than the rest is the humble estuary perch. In Episode 210 I talk to southern Fishing gun Ben Faro about his suggestions for targeting this cool but often …
 
Rob and Paul manage to get out and chat - remotely of course - the day after the London Marathon 2020 would have been. Featuring their marathon memories, Paul’s challenging alarm situation, Rob’s crazy pop project, mileage and corkage, home-made entertainment shows and relentless rolling news, missing parkrun, post-lockdown book ideas, and a late a…
 
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