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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.
 
Threshold is a Peabody Award-winning public radio show and podcast that tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. We report the story where it's happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Our goal is to be a home for nuanced journalism about human relationships with the natural world. www.thresholdpodcast.org Season 1 -- "Oh Give Me a Home" Can we ever have wild, free-roaming bison again? Season 2 -- "Cold Comfort" Climate change in the Arctic through the eyes of peopl ...
 
Welcome to WCC, the only podcast serving dessert and cocktails along with the best in Australian wildlife science! The most entertaining science discussions often happen after dinner, usually over cake, frequently over cocktails, but always in a relaxed atmosphere. Grab some dessert, pour a tasty drink, and come join us at the table for a chat with some amazing wildlife scientists and our animal nerd buddies. Cheers & Enjoy! Producer: Kristian Summers Host/Nerd: Janne Torkkola
 
If you are into animal behavior and positive reinforcement training, you're in the right spot. World renown animal behavior consultant, falconer, and educator Hillary Hankey dives deep with conversations and case studies on parrots, birds of prey as well as horses, dogs and all kinds of animals on topics of behavior as well as nutrition, ethology, and problem solving.
 
Wild For Life is the Toronto Zoo podcast that brings you behind the scenes and unveils the "hidden zoo." Each episode brings you information on the critical conservation work that protects endangered species and works to preserve biodiversity. You will hear from nutritionists, ecologists, veterinarians, social scientists, wildlife biologists, and more that are working hard to help protect wildlife from all over the world.
 
Give us the time and we’ll take you out of the traffic and away from the levee. Let’s find the place where the loons call out among the moonlit waves and where the wind sighs among the Norway pines. Let’s get to Cabin Country. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from wildlife conservation project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit both wildlife and humans. Alicia Amerson hosts interviews with project leaders from around the world about their struggles and triumphs in wildlife conservation. She dives into solo episodes sharing lessons learned from 17 years of environmental project management experience. ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
BeProvided Conservation Radio takes you from the Santa Cruz Mountains to Africa with expert interviews in wildlife biology, conservation, environmental education, eco tourism and much much more. Our interviews help bridge the gap between international conservation efforts and local conservation efforts. Learn how you can help close to home and worldwide to save our wildlife, plants, water and environment.
 
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On the way to Colorado, Tyler, KC, and Jack discuss the random things that you do on a half day road-trip. Preparation for the 2020 elk hunt has just about ended. Its go time! The MAP SCOUT CHALLENGE powered by OnX THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC LAND WHITETAIL MAP SCOUTING CONTENT EVER CREATED ON YOUTUBE. -A ten part video series featuring Tyler Jon…
 
After 6 months of either no, or very little, photography, what photographic skills do you think you may have lost and will struggle with we return to the wild places of the world.* * *My name is Gerry van der Walt and I am an international expedition and tour leader, photographic educator, public speaker, co-founder of Wild Eye and nature and trave…
 
Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode076 Connect with Dawn: http://www.nanpa.org/ facebook.com/dawnwilsonphotography instagram.com/dawnwilsonphoto twitter.com/dawnwilsonphoto flickr.com/photos/dawnwilsonphotography WHERE TO FIND US: www.projectsforwildlife.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/projectsforwildlife Instagram: www.…
 
Award-winning outdoor journalist Christine Peterson joins the National Wildlife Federation Outdoors Podcast to discuss the role of conservation in outdoor media, her career as an award-winning outdoor writer, the Outdoor Writers Association of America, adventures with her family and the epic treks of her four-year-old daughter, becoming an adult-on…
 
The Toronto Zoo has a number of functions occurring at the same time from Zookeepers to Guest Services, the staff deal with many moving parts on a daily basis. One important function at the Toronto Zoo is to create better opportunities for the animals to strive and for researchers along with the public to learn about the animals that need protectio…
 
680. Park Life - A Year in The Wildlife Of An Urban Park (by Rick Thompson) / Animal Collective Nouns My dad has written a book and it's all about the wildlife you can find in an urban English park. He's on the podcast to tell us all about it, and there are some collective nouns for animals too, plus some bonus stand up comedy at the end. Episode p…
 
We sat down with Johanne Martens, PhD candidate studying the ecology and evolution of Beak and Feather Disease Virus (BFDV) in Australian parrots. She is currently at the Centre for Integrative Ecology at Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria. Over some Black Feather cocktails & hazelnut-chocolate slice, we discuss her early research in introduced…
 
Judy’s story is certainly not the norm. Judy is a former college biology teacher now following her passion for wildlife filmmaking. When Judy retired from her teaching career, she immediately bought a Red One Camera and headed to Yellowstone to film. She now spends the majority of her time in Yellowstone gathering footage for documentaries, stock f…
 
We hear how AI lifeguards are helping to spot danger on Israel’s beaches, while on Lake Victoria special forecasts for fishermen are saving hundreds of lives. Meanwhile in Bangladesh, community creches and bamboo swimming stages are reducing deaths among children – the group at highest risk of drowning. It’s estimated that 320,000 people around the…
 
I asked some of our past guests to share their answers to seven questions, so that we could hear some unique perspectives on how different farms and farmers across the country are faring during the wild year that is 2020. Joe Koopsen, Jordan Green, and Ben Grimes all shared their answers to the following questions: 1. What kind of changes came in M…
 
Steve Rempel is the owner of Prairie Exotics, a reptile rescue and education business out of Manitoba, Canada. In this episode, Steve discusses his transition from reptile breeder to reptile rescue/educator as well as provides some tips for anyone interested in hosting a reptile expo. We also discuss the local herpetofauna found in frozen Manitoba,…
 
Paulette Jordan is a candidate for the US Senate in Idaho, and a former Idaho state representative. If elected, she would be the first female senator to represent Idaho, and the first female Native American senator in US history. In our interview, Jordan discusses how her background has informed her approach towards running her campaign, and why sh…
 
If someone asked you to collect your poop every day for a year, would you say yes? That’s what microbiologist Lawrence David did, after watching a movie about a man who said yes to everything. Accepting the challenge led to a year of very stinky international adventures, turning Lawrence into the James Bond of poo. And, he loved every minute of it.…
 
One wouldn't associate a high-end fashion photographer in New York with the world of hunting, fishing and wild food sourcing, but that is Danny Christensen, aka, The Urban Huntsman. This is such an insightful conversation chronicling an amazing life story. Why is a connection with nature the foundation of being human? We have that covered. Why shou…
 
681. New Competition: Why I Should Be On LEP (WISBOLEP) / Story: The First Time I Said F*ck Announcing a new LEP competition which everyone is welcome to enter, plus an anecdote about the first time I said a rude word in front of my parents. Send your competition entries to podcastcomp@gmail.com Episode page https://wp.me/p4IuUx-g1m LEP Premium htt…
 
They’re the most storied team in Formula 1 history, the one that’s been around the longest, the one with the most wins and championships, the one that generates the most headlines, and definitely the one with the most mystique. But what’s it like to drive for the biggest F1 team on the planet, Scuderia Ferrari? In the first of two special episodes,…
 
How does your zip code affect your life expectancy? The impacts of climate change, toxic water, and dirty air aren’t evenly distributed. Low income and communities of color bear the brunt of these impacts. Today, we dive into conversation with Peggy Shepard, a pioneer of the environmental justice movement who has worked for more than three decades …
 
Big Buck Breakdowns are produced with the help of our partners! Check them out: Exodus Trail Cameras Cobra Archery Alex Comstock is a big buck killer and we recently noticed he did it again on North Dakota public land... and a velvet buck at that! We called him up and got the low down! As usual, there is some great info, tactics and top-notch stori…
 
Social media is a necessary evil in today's world and it's very easy to loose yourself in it and not actually get the positivity and productivity benefits you're looking for.* * *My name is Gerry van der Walt and I am an international expedition and tour leader, photographic educator, public speaker, co-founder of Wild Eye and nature and travel pho…
 
This episode is all about photographing hummingbirds. Set up a feeder in your own backyard and start shooting this fascinating and willing subject. Learn how to use electronic flash and set up an outdoor studio to make some great captures of the hummingbirds in your area. See the complete transcript here Get your Lightroom Wildlife Brushes here…
 
Mammals: you’re one. Your dog is one. So are giant rats. What do we have in common? Nipples. The incredible Southern Illinois University professor, researcher, science communicator and mammalogist Dr. Danielle N. Lee joins to chat about everything from nature’s parenting styles to hairy bellies, milk glands, nip counts, how a meteor paved the way f…
 
Old smartphones powered by solar panels are being used to catch illegal loggers in rainforests across the world. Each year, more than 150 million mobiles are discarded in the US alone - so we’re looking at clever ways to reuse them. But should we really rethink our consumer habits and keep our phones for longer? Produced and presented by Julie Ball…
 
In this far ranging conversation with Paige Davis, curator of bird training from World Bird Sanctuary, we talk about many aspects of training birds of prey, as well as training in general. We touch back upon weight management, as well as going into our mutual love of falconry. We also go into social media, why the Avian Behavior Lab began, and what…
 
Singer-songwriter Teddy Rob joins us on Behind The Lens, to tell us how the great outdoors, hunting and fishing, has helped to shape his music and career. We hear his latest single, Heaven on Dirt, and find out a little more about the heart and soul of the man behind the music. Teddy Robb: www.teddyrobb.com Single: https://smarturl.it/HeavenOnDirt …
 
If there ever is a Mount Rushmore of Deer hunters carved into a mountain somewhere, Bill Winke will be on it! An all-time great Whitetailer and good guy, Bill is known for both his professionalism and efficiency as a hunter. This week we talk to Bill about his big decision to sell his farm in southern Iowa and pursue finding a new place further nor…
 
In this episode I ask what you've been doing with and for your own photography during the last 6 months since the world has stood still.* * *My name is Gerry van der Walt and I am an international expedition and tour leader, photographic educator, public speaker, co-founder of Wild Eye and nature and travel photographer.Through Wild Eye I have crea…
 
When we think about communities that are threatened by climate change, we often think about coastal areas and how these communities will be affected by sea-level rise, but we often don’t think about the other elevation extreme; how mountainous communities are going to be affected, and how they will have to adapt. In this podcast episode, we dive in…
 
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation’s young professionals organization Stewards of the Wild is gaining traction all over the state. The organization got started with a chapter in Dallas in 2015, and there’s now ten chapters in communities across Texas. Recently, Stewards co-chairs carefully gathered in Wimberley to discuss what’s in store for the f…
 
Gear Up for Game Wardens is the brainchild of two Texans who love the outdoors and appreciate what Texas Game Wardens do every day. Randy Risher and Vence Petrenella came to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (TPWF) with an idea of how people could support the game wardens in their own backyard. The rest, as they say, is history. Listen in on …
 
In this episode Johan and I share some thoughts on lockdown, the prospect of traveling again and why focusing on the non obvious when you plan your first safari or expedition in the time after Covid is a good idea!* * *Johan van ZylEmail: johan@wild-eye.co.zaIG: www.instagram.com/johan_van_zyl_photography/* * *Hosted by Gerry van der Walt* * *My na…
 
Think you know Antonio Giovinazzi? Think again. Most of you will know that he’s an Alfa Romeo driver. You might also know he’s the only Italian driver on the grid – the first since 2011. But what else do you know about him? On this week’s show we get to know Kimi Raikkonen’s lion-maned team mate a little better, finding out about his unique path to…
 
The tree frog that we are listening to here, is the Pacific Chorus frog, also known to many as the Pacific tree frog. This is considered to be one of the most plentiful amphibians on the west coast of North America. They can be found everywhere from Baha California to up into British Columbia and as far east as Montana. While it is sometimes referr…
 
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