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Love science and conservation? Want to discover new ways to protect our species? Elle Kaye chats with guests who work within the science genre, but whose job titles may need a little unpacking. Strap in for entomology, taxidermy, diaphonization, pet remains, human pathology and all those that work with specimens.
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Infawmation Nation is Rhode Island's Department of Environmental Management's, Division of Fish and Wildlife's official podcast. Topics include hunter education and aquatic education. Each episode features some unique field stories and featured guests. Episodes are released at the beginning of each month so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss out!
 
Wildlife crime is one of the biggest illegal businesses in the world. Join us on a global tour as we uncover its dark underbelly. In this Natural History Museum podcast, discover some of the most shocking, sensational and sinister crimes committed against the natural world, and hear from the people working to end them.
 
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, humans have curated and are curating our surroundings to suit our comfort. In this process, we have either become very greedy or really really short-sighted ! Over this podcast you and me, Manali, get together to celebrate the offerings of our earth and drive our attention to it's concerning issues. Let us buzz and rewire this world to care, nurture and foster love within and around. Be the Green Ambassador !
 
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 ...
 
Get informed, get inspired, and get empowered to make more animal and eco friendly choices.The Forces for Nature podcast celebrates people who are doing great things for animals and the environment. We bring you uplifting stories of these everyday heroes; their trials and triumphs; and how they find the motivation to keep going. You’ll leave feeling hopeful, prepped with actionable tips that answer your question, “But what can I possibly do,” so that you, too, can be a Force for Nature.
 
Every day, conservation-led travel company &Beyond seeks to leave our world a better place through our ethos of Care of the Land, Care of the Wildlife and Care of the People. Find out more about our model of sustainable travel and listen to the stories of the people who dedicate themselves to wildlife conservation, caring for rural communities and managing large tracts of protected land and ocean.
 
Just everyday outdoorsmen doing what we love and sharing it with others. We take disabled vets, kids, police officers, firefighters, ect. on guided hunting and fishing trips. Giving back is our goal. Where Roots Run Deep is where we're from and our focus is God, Family and the Outdoors...in that order.
 
The Animals at Home Network is a nature-based podcast network and is currently the home of two separate podcast programs: The Animals at Home Podcast hosted by Dillon Perron and Animals Everywhere hosted by Bryce Broom. If you have a passion for animals, then you are going to love this network! Each show on the network brings all members of the animal community, from pet hobbyists to wildlife experts, together under one roof to discuss anything and everything animal-related. Listen to expert ...
 
The Flush Podcast hunts down the greatest upland bird hunting stories ever told. Award-winning television host & producer, Travis Frank, goes behind the camera lens of the bird hunting TV show, The Flush, to share stories from inspiring characters, incredible hunting adventures, and lovable bird dogs. This is an open mic experience to talk about life through the eyes of a bird hunter. We’ll discuss wild birds, guns, hunting gear, dogs, conservation, hunting secrets, and the ones that got away.
 
We all know about the doom and gloom associated with environmental issues. We need to tell ourselves a new story. Instead let's talk about energy independence, green jobs, livable cities, clean water, clean air, and healthy children. This is where politics, perceptions, and life-style meet the catastrophe that is unfolding in front of our eyes. Here's a suggestion — subscribe, tune-in, and skip the impending apocalypse.
 
Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist, actor and Woodland Trust & Wildlife Trusts ambassador David Oakes, for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the ...
 
Nick Askew from Conservation Careers uncovers what it's like to work in wildlife conservation. He explores how to get a conservation job, and discusses the latest industry news, by speaking to professional conservationists who share their career stories and advice. So if you want the inside scoop on the life of a professional conservationist and their industry, are feeling lost in your conservation job hunt and need some direction, or wanting to switch careers into conservation but don't kno ...
 
A podcast for conservationists at heart, this show brings conservation with inspiration as an antidote to the 'doom and gloom' so prevalent in today's conservation news. I chat with conservationists about their work and current challenges facing modern conservation, and bring you positive conservation stories to balance the plethora of negative conservation news in the media.
 
Presenters Helen and Paul are big fans of wildlife-friendly gardening and each month they bring you tales from their back gardens. What wildlife is visiting? Who is making it their home? And what do they do to make their gardens as enticing as possible for furry, flying and froggy friends? They interview some incredibly interesting experts in British nature, showing us all how we can welcome and encourage wildlife to visit and live in our gardens and community spaces.
 
Hosted by Mary Kidson, owner of My Garden Academy, the A Touch of Sunlight podcast is a happy place where the positive mental & physical health benefits of gardening are emphasized together with the importance of gardening for bees, wildlife and the environment. It is a place where people who are just starting out gardening are welcomed into a community providing help, advice & support. The podcast also showcases ‘ordinary’ gardeners out there who are or have transformed their outdoor space ...
 
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Old growth logging is in the news cycle again, with the Fairy Creek blockade on Vancouver Island being the latest in the persistent debate on how to manage old growth trees. Much of the media coverage is glossing over the intricacies of old growth logging – why is it more valuable, why is it a risk to ecosystems and endangered species, and what too…
 
Love science and conservation? Want to discover new ways to protect our species? Elle Kaye chats with guests who work within the science genre, but whose job titles may need a little unpacking. Strap in for entomology, taxidermy, diaphonization, pet remains, human pathology and all those that work with specimens. In episode 018, Elle chats with Dav…
 
This episode we chat about 'Do Bees Need Weeds', a fantastic book for the beginner wildlife gardener with 100 tips and tricks for your garden at home. We also host Red Campion as our 'Native Plant of the Week', a gorgeous blushing pink wildflower that brightens hedgerows and meadows from Land's End to John o' Groats. Find all the information and li…
 
This episode, Alex is discussing the recent legislation passed in Idaho that allows hunters to kill around 90% of wolves in that state. He got to chat with expert Collette Adkins, Carnivore Conservation Director and Senior Attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, who explains the relationship between animal conversation and government polic…
 
Human-sucking mud holes. Beautiful birdsongs. Early mornings. Eyeball gnats. Stunning vistas. The long-awaited episode with ornithologist Corina Newsome is finally here and we talk all about the day-to-day-realities of being a Wildlife Ecologist. She dishes about working in zoos, getting her masters, housing for grad students, nest checking, birdin…
 
In this episode of the Wildtalk Podcast, find out what’s happening with wildlife habitat in the Upper Peninsula, learn about why natural resource agencies remove wildlife from people keeping them as pets or rehabilitating them without a license, and hear listener questions answered in the mailbag segment. The episode wraps up with a discussion on h…
 
Feeling a little bit wild in your garden? Let's get rewilding our green spaces and turn our diverse mosaic of gardens into one big tapestry of wildlife habitats. Find out more about our podcasts on our website. In this month’s podcast we interview the Heal Rewilding charity who are attempting to 'wild' our countryside for the good of us, our climat…
 
Something a bit different for episode 50, we invited 7 other wildlife podcasters onto the show: Susy Buttress from Casual Birder , Ryan Dalton from Into the Wild, Emma Bridson from For What is Earth, Jack perks from the Bearded Tit, Rachael Horowitz from Hidden Wings and Bloodlust and Ellie and Ben from the Wildlife……
 
Lifted restrictions! Discarded masks! Vaxxing & relaxing! Parties. Variant confusion. FOMO while also dreading events. Worry about strangers. Grief for a cancelled year. WHAT’S HAPPENING HERE? We’ve got you covered. As infection rates go down and restrictions lift in the U.S., you may feel: relieved, overjoyed, nude without a mask, guilty about sur…
 
In our seventh episode we focus on the missed opportunities and mixed signals of the G7 meeting in Cornwall, and Dominic discusses Boris Johnson's 'green' credentials. We look at who might take over at Defra (the government department with a huge influence over what happens to our wildlife and the environment) and what signals that would send. In o…
 
Our twentieth and twenty-first trees, the Wild Cherry (Prunus avium) and the Bird Cherry (Prunus padus). Yes, you knew cherries are tasty, but did you know they’re so delectable that they have their own bodyguards? Yes, you know about the Japanese cherry blossom front, but did you also know that cherry blossom adorned the fuselage of kamikaze pilot…
 
Today we’re talking to a hugely inspiring figure within the UK ecology scene, who enjoys disrupting the market, and doing things differently. Professor David Hill CBE is chairman and founding owner of The Environment Bank which he set up because of his concerns at the way wildlife was being treated within the planning and development sector. In thi…
 
In the third of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from around the world. Stories this week: Do fish feel pain: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/apr/12/…
 
Matt Summerville and Kristy Jensen are the creators of the YouTube Channel, The Natural Herp Keeper. Both Matt and Kristy are experienced Zoo Keepers and bring their knowledge of creating natural habitats in a public zoo to their private collection. In the episode, we discuss how to create realistic mock rock walls, tips for achieving realistic ari…
 
With garden flowers very much in fashion, and ahead of British Flower Week, David Maxwell meets a young couple who are trying to turn their passion into a business. Andy and Aisling McCormick started their flower farm last year and they say there’s a big demand for beautiful blooms grown locally. Also in the programme, Ann Fitzsimons on why all is …
 
What does it take to convert an interest in your environment into the beginning of a lifelong career in conservation or wildlife management? Find out about the innovative programme being run at &Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve which is offering young members of surrounding communities the opportunity for the type of hands-on knowledge and skills…
 
How can science help people? Charita Castro is a scientist who’s spent her life using science to make kids’ lives better, all over the world. When she was little, she saw something that made her ask a big question: “Why don’t other kids have what I have?” She decided to dedicate her life to helping other people. But she didn’t know how until she di…
 
Welcome back to Faunacation! Today, we're talking about all forms of love and sex, and discussing whether some forms of it are "natural" All Patreon proceeds are donated and matched, for the Trevor Project! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter (@faunacationpod) and Instagram (@faunacationpodcast) for news, horrifying pictures, sources, and whatever…
 
First this week, Contributing Correspondent Emily Underwood talks with host Sarah Crespi about the surprising role of the vagus nerve—which connects the brain to organs like the heart and digestive tract—in processes once thought to be solely controlled by the brain, such as consciousness and memory.Next, Sarah Katsanis, a research assistant profes…
 
Scott Fransen joins host Travis Frank to discuss the launch of a new season of The Flush television show. They also discuss a new bird dog joining the team, summer dog training, staying in shape, tasty bird recipes, and Father’s Day gift ideas for the upland bird hunters in your life. Presented by OnX Maps (https://www.onxmaps.com/,) Chief Upland (…
 
Sharks have a bad rep. But Tadzio Bervoets is here to tell us why our fear should be replaced with respect and intrigue instead. These animals are keystone species that, if removed, can cause a cascading negative effect on the entire ocean ecosystem and human livelihoods- and it's already been witnessed in some places. We talk about how an obsessio…
 
Dr Mark Elbroch is the lead scientists for Panthera's Puma Program. If you want to understand mountain lions this is the show to listen to and he the person to guide you through it. From the evolution to human conflict, this is an important discussion on predator conservation. Mark: https://www.panthera.org/people/mark-elbroch-phd The Cougar Conund…
 
Our nineteenth tree, Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa). As one of the first trees of our Rose family (the Rosaceae), this tree - when it blossoms in early February - is unsurprisingly beautiful to behold! But beneath the blossom lies black magic, butchery, even beastiality, and lots and lots of sloe-based boooooze! Brimming with folklore and mystery, and…
 
In our sixth episode we begin by discussing fur farming, Canada Goose, and the disgusting rabbit farms that T&S Nurseries are trying to set up. Dominic discusses an article he wrote for Byline Times looking at the poor performances of opposition parties on animal welfare. In a section on the so-called 'badger cull', Derbyshire Wildlife Trust's Tim …
 
In this episode, Bryce and Dillon discuss why we should offer a more natural and varied diet to the snakes in our care. This of course includes using geckos, lizards, frogs, and snakes as regular prey items. We also discuss Bryce's herping trip to St.Lucia, South Africa, and his hunt for the East African Gaboon Viper. Bryce also explains the visual…
 
In the face of such huge global problems, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and powerless, and to find ourselves asking, “What difference can one person make?” The answer is that one person can make all the difference in the world. Any single step you take towards environmentalism can be multiplied by your wider circle of friends and followers. Let’s …
 
British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas explains his techniques for filming wild animals up close, including his specially designed Beetlecam, and he re-lives the process of photographing a male black leopard in Kenya with his custom-built camera traps. We also talk about his recent black leopard book and the highlights amongst other wildl…
 
Join David Maxwell for the first Gardeners’ Corner of meteorological summer. This week, David finds out all there is to know about growing lavender in a northern climate from Moira Hart, who has acres of the perfumed plant in Wexford. Barbara Pilcher is planting in the dry shade of a mature beech tree in her garden and David chats to Alan Gardner f…
 
&Beyond guests, Laura Cicerale and Michael Screnci reminisce about their African honeymoon, from the beginning stage of choosing a destination, planning, and research to the end result – an unforgettable adventure to mark the beginning of their married life. Listen to their tips and advice, and find out why they recommend working with a travel plan…
 
Richard Nairn is an environmental scientist and naturalist with a lifetime of experience in applied ecology, conservation and learning from the wild world around him. Having recently purchased a piece of ancient native woodland in County Wicklow, Ireland, here Richard shares the lessons these woods have taught him. From the importance of woodland m…
 
First this week, freelance journalist Ian Graber-Stiehl discusses what might be the oldest community science project—observing the emergence of periodical cicadas. He also notes the shifts in how amateur scientists have gone from contributing observations to helping scientists make predictions about the insects’ schedules.Next, Jason Chin, program …
 
Daren Bulow is “The Hunting & Fishing Comedian.” His comedy is about hunters, fishermen, crazy dog people, and the spouses who put up with them. Daren shares stories from his journey onto the stage, conquering his fear of stage fright, why and where he performs his act, and how he raises money for non-profits. Plus, Daren opens up about his near-de…
 
Defender Radio is back after a pandemic-related hiatus. New episodes will be launching this month so stay tuned! In this update, hear from host/producer Michael Howie on the hiatus and changes in his personal life, how the show will be changing (only a little), and how you can help find new topics, special features and more. Follow The Fur-Bearers …
 
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