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Best Project Upland podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Project Upland podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
We are three brothers, Michael, Mitch, and Mac. This project is fueled by a love for hunting and fishing instilled in us from a young age by our father. We hope to use this channel to pass on that love for the outdoors, bring new members to the sport, share tactics, and spread a conservation message that will enable others to enjoy outdoor opportunities for generations to come.
 
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A conversation about wingshooting, wildlife biology and three women that share a passion for both. LISTEN on | Apple Podcast | Google Play | Spotify | Stitcher In a long overdue episode of the Project Upland Podcast we are joined by our friends Meadow Kouffeld, Bailey Petersen and Heather Shaw. The three wildlife biologists and wingshooters possess…
 
Renowned British explorer, Levison Wood comes back on the show to talk about his new book, The Last Giants, chronicling the evolution and history of elephants, examining the challenges they face today through poaching, terrorism and land-use changes in Africa. We also find time to talk about how he is using his current time in isolation and shed so…
 
Big show tonight. Bob and Kevin sit down to chat with a long time buddy, Pete Fischer. Pete's an incredible guy with more dog training experience than most pro trainers. He owned his own successful kennel for 30 years and has since spent his time working with the fine people at Dogtra to develop some of their best products. Pete shares some e colla…
 
Welcome to ITW shorts, the first in a new series of short shows, diving into the world of wildlife science and conservation. We are escaping today, in our minds at least, to the coast of British Columbia, to the archipelago of Haida Gwaii. I pick up a story with Dr Jason Goldman, looking at the re-introduction of expatriated wild sea-otters, and th…
 
Welcome welcome. This week on Lone Duck's Gun Dog Chronicles we have the pleasure of speaking with our most frequent guest, Blaine Tarnecki of Hudson River Retrievers. Blaine shares some experiences he's had while teaching dogs the swim by drill. We dig into things people run into when trying to teach their dog hand signals and Blaine does a great …
 
This week we sit down with Shane Simpson and talk all things turkey. Rapid-fire listener-submitted questions, how to get into competition calling, the best states to turkey hunt, and how to do an out of state budget turkey hunt were all covered. We laughed our way through this episode and I cannot wait to have a chance to sit down with this fella o…
 
Talking southeastern grouse hunting and Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. John Culclasure is the southeastern states assistant director for Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF). He’s also an upland bird hunter, a setter guy and holds degrees in law and forestry. Naturally, John found his way into a position that allows him to draw on his …
 
With heated debate on the deer working group report, and a potential sweeping shift in how we manage the Scottish landscape for deer, I am joined by ecologist Dr Linzi Seivwright, who has worked closely with local deer management groups over a number of years. Discussion drifts to cover other projects she has worked on, as we talk about grouse popu…
 
Tonight, Bob and Kevin sat down to catch up on a few things since it's been a while. First, apologies for the lack of shows; we've had a few things come up but we're back, babayy. Bob and Memphis recently competed in the Super Retriever Series so we talk through what that looked like and how they did. We also hear about the latest Lone Duck litters…
 
Have you ever lugged your climbing sticks into the woods and wished they were lighter? Had double steps? Weren't cold to the touch? This week Jason Redd of Timber Ninja Outdoors jumps on the show and we talk about his adventure into designing the worlds lightest, strongest, and most innovative climbing stick ever created. Weighing in at 1.1 lbs at …
 
Talking public lands, upland birds and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. In our second of two podcasts recorded while at Pheasant Fest in Minneapolis, we sat down with Jason Meekhof, Matthew Lee and Mike Neiduski. All representatives of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (BHA) in one way or another. Our conversation focused heavily on public lands, the…
 
I speak with the only full-time gamekeeper in Northern Ireland, Alex Rodgers, about an ambitious project to restore a moorland to its historic, thriving state. Recent winners of the gold Purdey Award for conservation, Alex works for the Irish Grouse Conservation Trust, involved in an array of research with collaborating NGOs and scientists to deter…
 
So the idea is working forests and embracing timber markets and conservation easements so it makes it viable for land owners to keep that land in forests. Ben Jones – President and CEO, Ruffed Grouse Society Talking ruffed grouse, timberdoodles and timber markets with the Ruffed Grouse Society. During a recent trip to Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin fo…
 
Talking Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever and CZ-USA shotguns with Matt Hardinge and Zach Hein. Fresh off our trip to Pheasant Fest in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the next couple episodes of the Project Upland Podcast will feature conversation that occurred during our time there. On this episode we talk with Matt Hardinge of Pheasants Forever as well as…
 
We deep drive into fluvial systems, naturalisation, integrated catchment management and all things related to the conservation of our waterways. I am joined by Dr Rebecca Wade, senior lecturer in environmental sciences at Abertay University. We hear about her journey in the sciences and work in North America, and how knowledge in urban restoration …
 
Talking shotguns with Wes Lang and Giorgio Guerini. We’re always making our guns better. The last thing on the table that we discuss is cost. We start with the premise of what makes the gun better first. Wes Lang – President, Caesar Guerini USA With a name like Caesar Guerini, one might mistakenly assume that the shotgun company associated with the…
 
From a snowy Montana, we interview Ben O. Williams, a legend in upland bird hunting, and author of numerous books. From Yellowstone biologist to his long career as a teacher, we hear about his love of fish and fishing, as well as his affection for Brittany spaniels. Our discussion spans from the imperilled sagebrush habitat to his role in Trout Unl…
 
Exploring field trials, bird dogs and The Gun Dog Notebook Podcast with Durrell Smith. I want him to get out there and stay out there. If I can get him over 250 yards consistently in front of the horse. At that point in time it’s between God, the birds and the dog, I’ve got nothing to do with it. Durrell Smith Steeped in history and at times cloake…
 
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