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Find out how making a difference in the lives of others plays a key role in shaping one’s personal growth and success as an individual. Hear from influential leaders around the country as they share how this shift in focus has impacted not only their business, but also their personal lives and has also made them more successful than they ever thought possible.
 
The home of several shows “NoBoBuMe” hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden; and our other shows “Inside The Goblin Universe”, “Side Show Safari”; and “Portals of Perception”. where we explore The Inside The Goblin Universe Hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden and Ronald Murphy. Each addresses fable lands, creatures, cryptids, ideas, concepts, as well as, It focuses on enlightening the listener with very informative and entertaining topics.
 
Welcome to the Royal Ranger Podcast. This is the podcast were we explore the world of Royal Rangers. Whether your a commander, a dad or mom, a ranger, or your completely new to this amazing ministry, stay tuned as we page through the log books of our journeys and lay plans for the next great adventure. After all life is a journey one adventure at a time.
 
Ever wonder why so many people love Madison, Wisconsin? Are you curious why they fell in love with this capital city, sitting on an isthmus? Then you've come to the right place, this show is just for you. It doesn't matter if you're brand new to town or a long time resident looking for new adventures, the I Love Madison Show will help you get connected to the people, places, and events in this town, that speak to your lifestyle.
 
If you like this show, support it giving a 5 star and a comment! The 9Gs Podcast - An Aviation Podcast was created to share the journey and experiences of professional aviators. Launched in March 2020 in the middle of one of the toughest times in the 21st century, it allows the growing audience to get an insight view of the professional and amateur aviation world. From Bush pilots, Commercial aviators to Fighter pilots, the guests will share their unique journey relating multiple aviation st ...
 
Ten-minute tales from the road from travel pro Doug Wallace offer up travel tips and trends, insider intel on hot hotels and travel essentials, culinary adventure, spa treats, sanity splurges, bucket-list tweaking and city-guide must-do lists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Do you like puns? Do you particularity enjoy punny headlines in newspapers? Would you like to hear masses of them recited in quick succession? If so, you’ll probably enjoy Punwatch. Punwatch is a game show in which 3 or 4 funny people try to guess the correct pun-ish headline attached to various news stories from the week. Some of the puns are brilliant, some of them awful, and some are such tenuous stretches they’d make Lilia Stepanova wince (look her up). Either way, there’s lots of ‘em. E ...
 
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Cindy Anchor, a Master’s student at South Dakota State University, joins the show to discuss preliminary results from her telemetry-based study of the post-fledging and migration movements of mallards from North and South Dakota. Listen to our extended discussion about Cindy’s research, sponsored through DU’s Waterfowl Research Foundation Fellowshi…
 
Tiff bugs Stephen’s office only to find out he talks a LOT about Macs. After she apologizes for being so nosy, the two sit down to discuss “The Lover”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 22, 2009. "I'm sorry to have been bugging you all these years." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes…
 
This week's guest is Cam Spinks, co-owner of Mallard Homes. You may recognize Camden from his appearance on NBC's "The Voice". Mike and Camden talk about the value of treating customers the right way and keeping them informed through a project, always considering managing their expectations. Both have great insight from their years of experience an…
 
Lt. John Nores, Jr. (Retired) from California Department of Fish and Wildlife discusses his most recent book, Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens are reclaiming America’s wildlands from drug cartels. Nores shares stories from the book about tactics and cleanup of illegal grow operations, and how these operations contaminate water supply…
 
Episode 127: A Very Merry Odd-Mass featuring Alda Sigmundsdóttir Paranormal News: In the Paranormal news we have Zombie Covid Minks and the Utah Monolith disappearing. Cryptid Corner: The Mischievous Christmas Goblin Kallikantzaros messes with the Christmas lights on this month’s Cryptid Corner. Special Guest: Alda Sigmundsdóttir is a writer, and o…
 
Lt. John Nores, Jr. (Retired) from California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) discusses his most recent book, Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens are reclaiming America’s wildlands from drug cartels. Nores Jr., talks about issues with water, wildlife, and how California game wardens dealt with an attack on public and private land…
 
Jon Deeter, co-owner of Guyette and Deeter Auction House, joins the show to discuss the business side of collecting waterfowling history. Hosts Mallori and Katie discuss the current decoy market and the impact of COVID-19. Deeter discusses the auction house’s record-breaking sales and some of the industry’s most historic finds. Katie and Jon lament…
 
Episode Notes What does it mean when Darkwing's popularity (and ego) are at an all-time low? It means its time for a complete image makeover! Join us as we talk about "Let's Get Respectable", where Darkwing becomes the kinder, gentler people's protector...at least until Negaduck shows up. We've also got flower petals, street thugs, the Mayor of St …
 
People loose there way when they loose their why. You need a compelling why to the what. Commanders come and go and in almost every case they lacked a compelling why. When the tough times come, and they will, it won’t be enough to say, “I’m here for my son, or it’s all about the [...] The post This Is Why You Lost Your Way [S05,E154] appeared first…
 
In the early 1900’s, seaplanes ruled the aviation world. World air speed records were held by single seat seaplanes almost the size of model airplanes but with engines that were the most powerful of their day. In 1927, the Supermarine S5 seaplane took victory in the Schneider Trophy air race, and today, a team of people are building a replica of th…
 
Brook Richard, manager of corporate relations for Higdon Outdoors, joins the DU Podcast to talk about Higdon Outdoors' full line of decoys, MOMarsh blinds, Powers Calls, and even provides a few decoy tips in the process. Richard talks about the importance of motion in your decoys and new products from Higdon. Please subscribe, rate, and review the …
 
In this episode, we talk with Alanna Columb. Alanna is an MTB rider from New Zealand who entered the game late, battled to get onto the WC Circuit, and then had one of the Gnarliest crashed I have ever heard about. We chat about racing at the world cups, the stresses of being a privateer, alternative medicines, and the healing process involved from…
 
On this episode Mike is joined by Sandy Edry from The Edry Team with Keller Williams New York City. With more successful condominium conversions than any other team in Manhattan as well as numerous resale and rental transactions throughout the city, The Edry Team has become one of the most respected real estate brands in the city. The Edry Team, wh…
 
Re-air from 2019. Our Thanksgiving show, plucked from the DU Magazine archives (Nov/Dec 2007), is a humorous story about the idiosyncrasies of waterfowl hunters. "Duck Blind Intervention" written by Doug Larson and narrated by Tom Gallagher. www.ducks.org/dupodcastBy Ducks Unlimited
 
When people think of waterfowl habitats in California, places such as Humboldt Bay and San Francisco Bay probably aren’t the first that come to mind. However, these areas provide valuable habitat for hundreds of thousands of wintering waterfowl annually. On this episode, we visit with DU Regional Biologist, Dr. Renee Spenst, to learn about DU’s wet…
 
Mike Lewis, Arkansas Duck Call Collector and Current Chairman of the Board of Call Makers and Collectors Association of America, joins hosts Mallori and Katie to talk about his journey into call collecting. Lewis speaks about what drew him to Arkansas duck calls and the state’s rich history in waterfowling. He also describes his personal relationsh…
 
Ducks Unlimited’s goal of abundant waterfowl populations depends fundamentally on a robust base of productive wetlands across North America. In many regions, wetlands face persistent threats from the exotic, invasive plant known as Phragmites. Today we visit with Emily Tarsa, PhD student at Utah State University and DU Fellowship Recipient, to hear…
 
Episode Notes Secret identities stink! Today we are looking at a really early episode that somehow took a very long time to air. "A Duck By Any Other Name" features the true first appearance of that overacting walrus, Tuskernini. We also have a mistaken secret identify plot, Darkwing going to jail yet again and the return of everyone's favorite new…
 
120 - Welcome, welcome! We're covering so much anime this episode that we even have time to check in on a live action Assault Lily special. It's like a commercial, but interesting because it's from Japan, said no one that watched it. Dustin checks in with some this season's shorts and Over The Moon, while Lindsay continues her endless and painful j…
 
Iceberg Right Ahead – The affect of hitting COVID-19 I would say that most of us have seen the movie Titanic, and if you haven’t you certainly know the story. I first became interested after reading Dr. Ballard’s account of finding the great ship in 1985, 10,000 below the oceans surface. “The Slave Ship” See [...] The post Iceberg Right Ahead!! — H…
 
When us seaplane mad pilots and enthusiasts think about a flying boat we would all love to get our hands on, we all agree that the Martin Mars would be a dream come true. Peter has had an incredible career flying many bush planes including Beaver's, Norseman's, Beech 18's and the famous Martin Mars. Peter is also a licensed engineer specialising in…
 
Luke Naylor, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission waterfowl program coordinator, joins the DU Podcast to discuss current conditions going into the 2020-2021 Arkansas waterfowl season. Naylor explains that the state is fairly dry, yet remains optimistic about the opener, and the season to follow. Please subscribe, rate, and review the DU Podcast and co…
 
As your hosts are out to lunch, Stephen receives his side salad on top of his spaghetti and is forced to send it back. While they wait for the correct order, Tiff and Stephen discuss “Mafia”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 15, 2009. "Criminals are like raccoons; give them a taste of cat food and pretty soon they will be ba…
 
John Pollmann, DU magazine contributor, joins host Chris Jennings to talk about all-things blinds. The two discuss different approaches for various styles of waterfowling blinds and address the benefits and drawbacks to each one for waterfowl hunters. Please subscribe, rate, and review the DU Podcast and contact the DU Podcast via email at DUPodcas…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Mike Ross, the guy who is singlehandedly progressing freeride and speed and style in Australia. Starting in BMX he built a super successful career and as he fell out of love with it he discovered MTB. After falling in love really quick, his progression has gone through the roof. We chat about heading to Crankworx, …
 
In this concluding episode, Drs. Dave Mauser and Mark Petrie discuss recent developments that have further eroded the ability of Refuges in the Klamath Basin to effectively manage wetlands for waterfowl. The consequences of these developments are likely to include fewer birds, less hunting opportunities, and more frequent outbreaks of avian botulis…
 
The mid-20th Century was a period of variation and transition for Lower Klamath and Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuges, in the hey days supporting upwards of 6 million migrating pintails, but in troubled years being an avian botulism hotspot. The emergence of endangered fish species in the 1990s, however, began to fundamentally change the fate of …
 
Located in southern Oregon and northern California, the Klamath Basin was once known as the most important migration region for waterfowl on the planet. On this episode, join us and our guests, Dr. Dave Mauser and Dr. Mark Petrie, to learn about the region, its historical importance, and how legislation and water developments from over 100 years ag…
 
Episode Notes You can't keep a good duck down, even in death! Today, Tiffany Silver Braun joins us once again as we discuss "Dead Duck", yet another all-time classic. Megavolt returns, and Morgana makes a guest appearance, along with several legendary guest voices. We also have some great Disney Japan animation, clever finger tricks and so much ter…
 
Al Hymers is regarded by many as one of the most experienced pilots of the Canadair family of water scooping flying boats. From the 2,100 hp a side twin radial engined CL-215, to the newly modified Pratt and Whitney turboprop CL-415 EAF, Al has experienced it all. Not only that, he has experience on the Beech 18, flying that beauty at only 21 years…
 
Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeios joins the DU Podcast to talk about his new project promoting duck-camp cooking and recipes from south Louisiana. He also shares a handful on cooking tips and rants about the ethics of Instagram chefs. Please subscribe, rate, and review the DU Podcast and contact the DU Podcast via email at DUPodcast@ducks.org with recommend…
 
After caravanning up to Niagara falls, Tiff and Stephen make awkward speeches about how much they love “The Office” — especially this episode, “Niagara.” This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 8, 2009. "We should have hired a professional to take the mental pictures." Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Show Notes & Links The Office -…
 
Phil Bourjaily, DU Magazine shotgunning columnist, joins Chris Jennings to talk about the 20-gauge as a viable waterfowl gun. Bourjaily is currently testing out several models and shares his opinions of the 20-gauge. The two discuss new models, improved ammunition options, and other highlights of choosing this small- bore option. Please subscribe, …
 
Hunter reports on snow geese suggest everything from a horrible hatch to great production, but what do researchers say? Lacking data from goose banding operations, we turn to field-based surveys of staging geese in prairie Saskatchewan. Worldwide snow goose expert, Dr. Ray Alisauskas, provides our first empirical look at snow and Ross’s goose produ…
 
Aaron Yetter of the Forbes Biological Station in Havana, Illinois, joins the DU Podcast to provide an update on waterfowl numbers in the Illinois and Mississippi River Valleys during late October and early November. We also discuss recent reports of hunting success and hear about the crazy movements of a radiomarked wood duck. Please subscribe, rat…
 
Waterfowl hunt clubs have played an important role in waterfowl and wetlands conservation since the mid-19th Century. The Winous Point Shooting Club, at the southwestern end of Lake Erie, stands as North America’s oldest, continuously running duck club. In this episode, we visit with John Simpson, manager of Winous Point, for an introduction to its…
 
Is love in the air, or is it just another installment of the St. Canard Files? Today, return guest Tiffany Silver Braun joins us to talk about an all-time fan favorite: "My Valentine Ghoul". Darkwing and a reformed Negaduck compete for Morgana's affection while Gosalyn plays cupid. But has Negaduck really gone straight? What do you think? Its a rea…
 
2020 has been a terrible year throwing uncertainty into all of our lives; this is why we are saying HUCK2020!!! We would like you to join us in saying Huck 2020 with us by Hucking your bike as hard as you can. To celebrate the end of the year and for everybody to send it off with their greatest Huck, Beyond The Tape has gathered some sweet sponsors…
 
119 - Welcome, welcome! What a week huh? You probably could use a distraction? Well it's a good thing Hostess Prime Lindsay and Dustin are here with a bunch of anime to talk about! We're talking about Assault Lily: Bouquet, Goblin Slayer: Goblin's Crown, Higurashi: When They Cry... New!, Noblesse and Jujutsu Kaisen. Please let us know if you'd like…
 
Steve Stackhouse is one of those guys you could sit down and have a beer with, and just talk seaplanes for hours and hours... and that we nearly did! His story is full of adventure, blind corners and fun! Steve has amassed over 20,000 hours of flight time, an incredible feat. He has flown all around the world including his home country of Canada, t…
 
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