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Best Upland podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Upland podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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You've found the best place to listen to all things upland hunting! Join us as we talk all things hunting dogs, upland game birds, dog training techniques, and -most importantly- interview our upland heroes who further our incredible cause of upland conservation. Episodes are posted every other week so make sure you subscribe to be notified when new episodes are released.
 
The Wildtalk Podcast is a production of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division. On the Wildtalk Podcast, representatives of the Wildlife Division chew the fat and shoot the scat about all things habitat, feathers, and fur. With insights, interviews, and listener questions answered on the air, you'll come away with a better picture of what's happening in the world of Michigan's wildlife. Thank you for listening. Email questions to: dnr-wildlife@michigan.gov or call 517 ...
 
Welcome to the On the Wing Podcast with Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever. On the Wing is your destination for conversations about upland bird hunting, wildlife habitat, public lands, bird dogs, wild game cooking and epic adventures in search of pheasants, quail and grouse. These are the stories of Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever’s 145,000 members, volunteers, team of professional wildlife biologists and experts in the field. Our shows are recorded in person and often on the road from the ...
 
KSL Outdoors with Adam Eakle is a unique show that takes viewers on a journey through Utah’s beautiful back country. Adam Eakle was born and raised in Utah and has been fishing and hunting in Utah's outdoors since childhood. In his free time, Adam guides hunt for Elk, Deer and upland game. He is also an avid fly fisherman and loves to take his wife and kids boating on Utah’s many lakes and reservoirs. KSL's "Outdoors with Adam Eakle" airs Saturdays at 6:30 pm and midnight on NBC KSL-TV 5.
 
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.
 
If you’re fascinated with cheese, and you want to take your knowledge of farmhouse cheese-making to a new level, read on.....Andy & Kathy Swinscoe at the Courtyard Dairy have recently been recording a series of in-depth video interviews with some of Britain’s foremost cheese-makers, aiming to get chapter and verse on making traditional cheese, sustainable farming, terroir, and some behind-the-scenes exclusives.The one-hour interviews explore British farmhouse cheese in depth. This series of ...
 
Clays and Birds is a podcast that strives to bring knowledge, reviews, and experience from hunters, shooters, and industry representatives to the hunting and clay shooting community. I will try to cover everything from the newest shotguns to dog food. If you live to shoot anything that flies with a shotgun like I do, this is the podcast for you.
 
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In a long and winding conversation, Reid catches up with Durrell Smith of The Gundog Notebook Podcast. The two cover a range of topics including Durrell’s work digging into field trial history in the South, opportunities for greater inclusivity in the hunting space, and the work Durrell has done to explore the experience of being both a person of c…
 
Longtime Inland Empire journalist and KVCR contributor Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Benjamin Purper review some of the big Inland Empire news stories from the past week, including: A roundup of IE coronavirus news. Riverside County declares racism a public health emergency. The Upland police chief is back on the job after being put on leave. The Mt. R…
 
Host of the UpChukar Podcast joins the show to talk bird dogs and chukar chasing. LISTEN on | Apple Podcast | Google Play | Spotify | Stitcher For me, it really is not about revenge, it’s really about respect. I respect what (chukar) add to my life and what they give me. Travis Warren Host and creator of the UpChukar Podcast, Travis Warren joins th…
 
Thinking about running an online event and don’t know where to start? This episode of Revenue Optimization Radio has you covered. We spoke to Richard King from the Product Marketing Alliance about their seven-day online event, the tech stack needed to make it happen, and festival hangovers. About Sean's guest: Richard founded Product Marketing Alli…
 
The Godfather of Braque Francais! Meet this amazing, rare, phenomenal upland hunting breed, explore their history, and judge whether this formidable versatile upland hunting dog is for you. Brad Boisen makes our Upland Heroes list with his decades of tenacious and unrelenting effort establishing the Braque Francais hunting breed here in North Ameri…
 
This week on Lifestyles, Lillian speaks with Dr. Abby Lev. A c linical psychologist and author, Dr. Lev specializes in relationship therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. She’ll share how the pandemic and the popularity of online dating have changed relationship dynamics and she’ll give advice on how to make both new and long-term relationships …
 
Had a nice conversation with Waymon of Elements Of Fall Hunting Show/Podcast about what's happening in Tennessee. We chat about hunting in Tennessee , self filming, and hunting leases and a few hunting stories, Elements Of Fall , will be throwing out podcasts soon hosted under the Release Hunting Podcast. Go check out their YouTube channel and watc…
 
Innovation is high on the business agenda. Not only can it drive productivity and help businesses solve existing problems, but innovative thinking can also strengthen a company's competitive edge. However, despite innovation being a no-brainer, businesses musn't go in gung-ho; rather, they need to consider the investment that comes alongside it. Jo…
 
In this episode, you'll find out what's happening around the state in our Working for Wildlife segment, talk accessible recreation with Kristin Wildman and Ryan Soulard, and hear listener questions answered in the mailbag segment. The episode wraps up with a discussion about Canada Geese. Show notes and transcripts are available at http://Michigan.…
 
For the first time, San Bernardino County is using goats in their fire prevention measures. The animals are used to clear dry grasses in undeveloped areas that put hundreds of nearby residents at risk. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson went to see the animals in action in the city of San Bernardino. Husband and wife Michael and Shawn Martinez, have lived in th…
 
Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include: The Governor’s recommended closure of bars in Riverside County has become mandatory. A small plane on a 15-minute flight from Big Bear to the Redlands Airport on June 5 descended into clouds and killed all three people onboard. A w…
 
The Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California announced on Monday that it officially received the state funding needed to complete its downtown Riverside project. The funds were approved by Governor Gavin Newsom for the 2019-2020 budget. With $3.5 million in state funding, construction can now begin on Mission Heritage Plaza—a mixed-use …
 
Reid joins LD McCaa, Manager of Westley Richards Agency, U.S.A. in a conversation about fine guns, British doubles, and the remarkable innovations that have made Westley Richards one of history’s most beloved gunmakers. Having spent a lifetime in the fine firearms business, LD speaks to the finer points of Westley guns and rifles, and the history o…
 
How planets are formed is one of the great mysteries of astrophysics. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson spoke with a University of California Riverside(UCR) professor who contributed to an exciting discovery on the topic published in the journal Nature . Scientists believe planets are born from disks of gas and dust orbiting new stars, but it has never been ob…
 
Reid goes transatlantic to spend some time with Vincent Chapuis and Pierre Laurent Faure of Chapuis-Armes. Known to many Americans for their robust yet graceful double rifles, Chapuis has a long tradition in the manufacture for fine double shotguns. Orvis began a partnership with Chapuis several years ago to build a proprietary SXS shotgun offering…
 
Efforts to elevate the stories of undocumented seniors seeking treatment for chronic illness and preventative care failed to win an expansion of Medi-Cal in the approved California state budget on June 25. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson spoke to an immigrant right’s advocate on what this means for the Inland Empire. Not only are seniors at a higher risk for…
 
Since the United States Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals(D.A.C.A.), resource officers at local community colleges are seeing both hope and fear in the community. Please note: San Bernardino Community College District holds the license for this station. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson has more. With D.A.C.A. upheld, Mt.…
 
This week on Lifestyles, Lillian speaks with the Lieutenant Governor of California, Eleni Kounalakis. She’ll share her aspirations growing up, what she hopes to accomplish, and her experience when she visited the Inland Empire. Then, Lillian has a conversation with KVCR listener Debbie Schnur, also known as Debbie the Garden Lady. Debbie is a FoodC…
 
Well, let's try this again. Bob and Kevin sit down over a drink to talk through the past few hunt test weekends and how the Lone Duck crew has performed. We discuss how tough it can be to make sure dogs are staying sharp all week and peaking during the weekend. Then, we jump onto Instagram Live to chat with all of you guys and answer a few really g…
 
The California Air Resources Board will be voting on a rule to electrify trucks and big rigs on Thursday. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson has more on how this could affect the Inland Empire. Advocates say a yes vote on the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation would be a win for the Inland Empire. Especially neighborhoods impacted by the diesel pollution from the…
 
Security orchestration, automation, and response, better known as SOAR, has quickly developed in the last five years. In particular, SOAR solutions help businesses speed up incident response by automating data gathering and security automation and providing case management and analytics. Joining us to tell us more about the current state of SOAR is…
 
Riverside County Superior Court has a new offering to make public viewings of court proceedings safer. Livestreams will now be available for all public court proceedings at Riverside County Superior Court starting June 22. The move is an attempt to balance the right to view public proceedings with the health and safety of the public, court particip…
 
The state of California is extending an important deadline for families with children who are eligible for food stamp assistance. Due to a high volume of applications, families in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties now have until July 15 to apply for the state’s pandemic food stamps program called P-EBT. The program provides up to $365 per eligi…
 
Crowd-sourced shotgun design with Project Upland and CZ-USA LISTEN on | Apple Podcast | Google Play | Spotify | Stitcher If you’re anything like us at Project Upland, you’ve likely pondered what it would be like to acquire your dream upland bird gun, or better yet, design it from the ground up. Well with the help of CZ-USA, we are giving you a chan…
 
In this special Pollinator Week edition, host Bob St. Pierre and Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever’s Director of Habitat Education Programs, Drew Larson, chat with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s AnnMarie Krmpotich and Sergio Pierluissi. The group discusses the state of pollinators and monarchs in the U.S. and the many opportunities on both public…
 
After the University of Redlands made a statement on June 9 committing to address systemic racism, a group of alumni is demanding an immediate fulfillment of that promise with a boycott. Emma Wade, a class of 2017 alumna, says the statement made by University of Redland’s President Ralph Kuncl, outlining the college’s efforts to address racism fell…
 
In this episode Reid spends some time with Field & Stream Shotguns Editor Phil Bourjaily. In a career that spans several decades, Bourjaily is one of the most revered contemporary experts on guns and shooting, and his body of work writing on the subject is remarkable. As he will attest, though, he is foremost a hunter. Phil and Reid discuss writing…
 
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