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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 ...
 
If you love podcasts but don’t want to spend hours looking for great podcasts, you’ve come to the right place! Join Suzanne Wittman, the host of Podcast Therapy as she talks weekly with friends about their best podcast recommendations. What starts as a place to curate good podcasts sometimes leads into deeper conversations, some serious, some silly and some feeling like a form of therapy! Follow Suzanne on Instagram @suzanne.wittman
 
Lil Dudes Insect Academy was created by me and is ran by me! If you don’t know who I am, “Nice to meet you! I’m Bradon”. My passion is to learn more about bugs and teach others about them! In my Podcasts, we will be talking about everything bug-related! From the best places to visit to putting them in your salad, we will just talk bugs! I will also be interviewing some professional Entomologists! Hope you stick around!
 
The Bug Whisperer is a four episode crime podcast produced in Italian based on real life cases of murder mystery. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she dissects crime using insects as her guide. - The Bug Whisperer è un podcast in quattro episodi in italiano, ispirato da altrettanti casi di cronaca nera realmente accaduti. Seguite le storie di Paola Magni, un'entomologa forense che si serve degli insetti per fare luce sui misteri.
 
A science pod-yssey brought to you by the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow. Naturally Speaking is first and foremost a podcast covering cutting edge research and light hearted ecology banter. We have invited blog posts and podcasts from researchers across our Institute and also visiting speakers. We’ve got a little something for everyone.
 
Capilano Radio Club formed in attempt to connect voices and people together, to bring awareness of the incredible initiatives and projects students create at Cap. Through the form of new media and internet radio, the club aspires to create a platform for new voices to be heard, and to bridge a community of students on and off campus. We aim to give students a voice through the platform of new media, to showcase their opinions, talent and work. Capilano Radio is currently in development to ru ...
 
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Follow Josiah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/armyofinsects Visit his website: https://www.armyofinsects.com Lil Dudes Insect Academy was created by me and is ran by me! If you don’t know who I am, “Nice to meet you! I’m Bradon”. My passion is to learn more about bugs and teach others about them! In my Podcasts we will be talking about everything b…
 
In today's episode, I am joined by Harry Nyström to discuss the differences between Finnish and Australian birding, the richness of Finnish birdlife, and how Harry developed a passion for entomology. Lots to talk about, so don't miss this one! Follow the show on all your podcast streaming platforms! SPOTIFY • https://open.spotify.com/show/7go2PV18X…
 
Howdy, howdy bug lovers! On today's episode of Arthro-Pod, we welcome Chris Hayes, from NC State. Chris is a PhD student and graduate teaching and research assistant in Dr. Colby Schal's lab. Chris met Jody at Pest World a few months ago and we were excited to invite him on to the program. Chris's work is focused on the intersection of entomology a…
 
HIVE LIFE 2022- Collaboration Chat w BRUCESBEES, Bruce Jenne and THE CALIFORNIA BEEKEEPER, Jose Uribe for a conversation in CONTENT CREATION, GROWING A CHANNEL and WORKING TOGETHER to lift eachother up as we all strive to be the best version of ourselves. HIVE LIFE 2022 has made such an incredible impact on so many folks already. It was incredible …
 
This week we are joined by Max Breckenridge, who works for BirdLife Australia (helping to protect the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater) and is also a birding guide for Victor Emanuel Nature Tours. We discuss Max's work as well as how to balance birding and family life, what makes a good birder and, as always, our favourite birds... Follow th…
 
Episode SummaryMatthías (Matti) Þór Hákonarson – Iceland Fishing Guide – Atlantic Salmon Fly FishingOur journeys along the fly fishing trail have many different aspirations. Sometimes it's about being in nature enjoying the quiet sport. Sometimes it's about the dream trip or that bucket list fish. For me, friendship and camaraderie with my fellow a…
 
Howdy bug lovers! On today's episode of Arthro-Pod, the gang meets up with Joe LaForest, Associate director of the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia. Joe was kind enough to talk to us about his work with two great entomology projects, Bugwood and EDDMaps. Bugwood in particular may be familiar to many list…
 
On today’s show, we welcome back Jay Williams of William’s Honey Farm and South Hall Farms. Right off, Jay, who was with us in December, talked about preparing and entering the Good Food Awards contest for Honey Has WON this very prestigious award for this year. You heard him here first! This time, Jay walks us through his beekeeping operation, loo…
 
Non sequitur. Like Zoloft and podcast binging. Or monkey legs and co-ops. Adam’s brain and I could talk forever. But alas, in between the rabbit holes and supply chain banter, we actually do review John Green's ‘The Anthropocene Reviewed’, because that was the whole point of the podcast! AND P.S. there is a podcast co-op! Here's one that I belong t…
 
As I record from my basement, Jackie gives me the heebie jeebies about the paranormal and unanswered events told in ‘Astonishing Legends.’ Check out this episode about the paranormal and our personal adventure with someone named ‘Bib.’ FOLLOW ME: https://twitter.com/Suzanne_Wittman https://instagram.com/suzanne.wittman…
 
This week we’ve invited Rich Morris, of Broodminder, to provide updates on what’s new and what’s improved with his Broodminder Hive Monitoring sensor collection. Broodminder has been in the hive monitoring business for many years and Rich states they are starting to design and release their second and third generations of products. For starters, Br…
 
In today's episode, I am joined by Ed Williams, who is founder of the Facebook group #BirdTheFeckAtHome. We discuss why the group was created, how it has evolved during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the group's future looks like. In addition, Ed also chats about his childhood birding memories and how to balance work and family life …
 
This is the third time we’ve talked with Sven-Erik Spichiger about the Asian Giant Hornet in the state of Washington, and this time he shares some history, enlightens us with the discoveries they’ve made so far, what they managed to accomplish this past season, and what they plan for next year. All this to keep this pest, or better, get rid of this…
 
It's been one heckuva year for both Greg & Dan. Traveling the country, speaking engagements, a new farm, building a honey house, starting new bee yards, learning how to use 4 way pallets, big boy toys, learning from some of the greatest commercial beekeepers and the upcoming Hive Life Conference. Buckle up as we try to run down all the things that …
 
Welcome to a brand new season of The Birding Today Podcast! In this episode, we are joined by my good friend and birding brother-in-arms, Jack Morgan. We discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being young birders, why there are fewer young birders than older birders, and ways to encourage up-and-coming young birders! A cracking episode, so sit…
 
Hey everybody. Kim and Jeff are taking the week off and will be back next week with a new episode. For this week's Holiday Reply, we bring you our talk with Dr. Sam Ramsey from April, 2021. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Thank you for listening and Happy New Year! --------- Dr. Samuel Ramsey is back with us again, looking at all sorts of qu…
 
BONUS EPISODE: For Christmas, David Oakes explores the cultural importance of the non-native Christmas Tree, the Norwegian Spruce (Picea abies). Although native to our shores before the most recent Ice Age, it took Vikings from Scandanavia, Princes from Saxe-Coburg, Violinists from Italy and Horses from Aintree to truly root the Norwegian Spruce in…
 
Our fifty-sixth (and final!) tree, Holly (Ilex aquifolium). Released to coincide with the Winter Solstice, aka the end of the rule of the Holly King, this episode celebrates a tree that is rooted in the winter celebrations of Celts, Romans, Christians, and even Cretaceous Dinosaurs! For centuries it has also fed the cattle that feeds us, it has sup…
 
In this podcast, recent Masters graduate Emma Plant interviews Jeanne Robinson, the Hunterian Museum’s curator of entomology. Tune in to hear about this fascinating collection and its origins, what it involves to take care of thousands of unique specimens, and how Jeanne came to find herself in this interesting role. Jeanne Robinson disguised as a …
 
Happy Holidays Everybody! Come on along and listen in to Jeff and Kim and Kirsten and Jim when they get together around the virtual Christmas Tree and talk about the Holidays, the good and bad for last year and what they hope will be going on next year. Kirsten Traynor, and her 2MillionBlossoms podcast moved to Germany this year when she took a new…
 
Here is where you can find Anne's work: https://www.facebook.com/BirdsBitingBadBugs/ Lil Dudes Insect Academy was created by me and is ran by me! If you don’t know who I am, “Nice to meet you! I’m Bradon”. My passion is to learn more about bugs and teach others about them! In my Podcasts we will be talking about everything bug-related! From best pl…
 
Today we're joined by Premier Bee Products Co-Founder, Jeff Johnson. From the Carwash business to manufacturing one of the fastest growing and trending beekeeping Foundations on the market, Jeff opens up and dives deep into building better business. What is Foundationally Better Beekeeping? How many quarters fit in a 5 gallon bucket? What does Erne…
 
Our fifty-fourth and fifty-fifth trees, the Wayfaring Tree (Viburnum lantana) and the Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus) - aka the Viburnums. It’s all about names this week. Not only do these trees have two of the strangest common names, but they also have a rich array of traditional folk names too. But whether you’re discussing Crampbark, the Snowball…
 
Joining the podcast today is Stephanie Bruneau, co-author of the new book, “Common Sense Natural Beekeeping.” Stephanie Bruneau and our very own Kim Flottum, recently released this new book with Quarry Press. We talk with the authors about the basics of Natural Beekeeping and the role a beekeeper has to take to stay as natural as possible – all whi…
 
Howdy bug lovers! Today, we are honored to be joined by Dr. Ashley Kennedy the Delaware Tick Biologist in the state Division of Fish and Wildlife! However, we are not recording with her to talk about ticks! Instead she shares with us her graduate experiences focused on birds eating bugs. Her research included an interesting angle of recruiting the …
 
In this last episode of season one of The Birding Today Podcast, I am joined by David Adam to discuss the relationship and similarities between birding and music, how to go about earning income from bird photography, our favourite habitats to bird in, and much more! Season 1, Episode 10 #birding #podcast #music This video is part of The Birding Tod…
 
At nearly 700lbs and ON DEATHS doorstep there was one thing that saved his life...The dream of BEEKEEPING again. Join us for this POWERFUL story on how one man made a deal with God to live a life worth living. Tim opens up and talks about his journey thru obesity, drug addiction and depression and how BEEKEEPING saved his life. Check out this podca…
 
Our fifty-third tree, Elder (Sambucus nigra). The “medicine chest of the common people” has probably helped keep more people healthy than any other native British tree, and yet it is derided for its smell, associated with Christ’s betrayal, and when burnt is said to provide a mouthpiece for the devil and/or a malign tree spirit. The Elder is a symb…
 
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