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The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
Dedicated to documenting humanity by gathering stories & sounds from the most remote locations around the world. The goal for the show is to take you, the listener, back to mankind's earliest form of entertainment: story telling. Therefore, every week features an interview with an adventurer in their natural habitat in order to provide an audible journey packed with adventure information & inspiration. Everyone has a story & different perspective, we aim to share the stories from the world’s ...
 
The Oklahoma Outdoor Podcast explores the wildlife and natural resources of the Sooner state. A diverse range of topics include conservation, habitat, strategy, and some good old fashion storytelling. From whitetail strategies to fishing, come join the discussion as we pick apart the great plains, mountains, and river bottoms Oklahoma is famous for. The intension of this podcast is to educate and entertain, with the ultimate goal of getting more out of the outdoor experience.
 
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.govor call 517-28 ...
 
Birds are rapidly disappearing from all around us. Habitat reduction, climate change, pesticides, invasive pests and many more factors are causing the reduction in the numbers of all species, and more species face the increased threat of extinction. The species and the people fighting to understand the reasons for the reductions in bird populations will be highlighted, along with research and practical efforts to arrest the decline. Meet the people at the coalface and learn about their proje ...
 
The relationship between sea and land has always been one of dynamic change. Yet, as rising sea levels threaten habitats for wildlife and humans alike, we are today more vulnerable than ever. The 11 video tracks on this album address the complexities of environmental change, focusing on the Blackwater Water Estuary in Essex where a coastal retreat scheme is in operation, managed biodiversity at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire, and the search for sustainable forms of development along the River ...
 
The In Your Nature Podcast will bring you conversations about birds, wildlife and wild places. The podcast is presented by Ricky Whelan and Niall Hatch of BirdWatch Ireland with regular expert guests. BirdWatch Ireland is Ireland's largest conservation ENGO. The podcast is in partnership with the Heritage Officers in counties Laois and Offaly. Three seasons are planned for 2021, with six episodes in each, dropping weekly in spring, summer, and autumn. Topics discussed will be varied with bir ...
 
Habitando é o podcast de Arquitectura Sen Fronteiras Galicia. Con Habitando pretendemos facerte chegar o día a dí­a da nosa organización, os proxectos que estamos a desenvolver, e sobre todo educar e sensibilizar no Dereito ao Hábitat.
 
On a remote mountain in Hawaii, there's a fake planet Mars. Six volunteers are secluded in an imitation Mars habitat where they will work as imitation astronauts for one very real year. The goal: to help NASA understand what life might be like on the red planet—and plan for the day when the dress rehearsals are over, and we blast off for real. Host Lynn Levy has been chronicling this experiment from the moment the crew set foot in their habitat, communicating with them through audio diaries ...
 
The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
Home & Garden Radio with hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith (BigBlendMagazine.com Editors). Listen to interviews with DIY Experts, Carpenters, Organizers, Master Gardeners, Herbalists, Authors, Decorators, and More. Call in and ask our Home & Garden experts questions about your DIY, Garden and Home Decor Projects! Airs monthly.
 
This series centres on a unique population of African leopards. The elusive cats are losing a battle with a powerful enemy: humans. Habitat destruction and persecution by farmers have pushed Cape mountain leopards to the brink … and their fate now rests in the hands of a dedicated wildlife conservationist. Quinton Martins knows that research is key when it comes to saving a species – but gathering data about these animals is not easy.
 
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. ...
 
This gifted nature writer who is so good at describing animals and their habitat and habits here gives us a look at many of the fascinating creatures that can be found on the seashore. Starfish, the many types of crabs, shrimp, sea weed and finally something called the Precious Wentletrap which I will allow your imagination to think about for a while. His writing is clear and, as always, easy to read. Note that these are presented as educational 'lessons' on the various animals found near th ...
 
Our team at Savior Realty has been serving homeowners and helping the local Dallas Fort Worth community since 2015. Our goal is to help burdened homeowners who, due to various reasons, need to sell their homes. Our desire is to partner with our local community to help those in need. We give back a percentage of our profits to local charities that benefit the community, like the YMCA of Dallas, Dallas Area Habitat For Humanity, and 6 Stones. We are not just looking for house transactions; we ...
 
Natures Talk Show is dedicated to helping save and preserve Nature by helping people understand that every living thing has a place and a reason to be here. Conservation, preservation and habitat are of huge interest on our show. We are going to be doing more youth oriented programs and things that we hope will help save all the amazing things that life has to offer.
 
The aim of this podcast is for me to arm you, my amazing workplace-casual army, with the weapons needed to combat the potential and perhaps inherent downsides of our chosen lifestyle. Most of us spend at least 40 hours per week at our place of work (47.7 hours is the actual average - even if we only get paid for 37.5 hours). We put time and effort into what our home looks like. We put research into the car we buy or the clothes we wear. Why wouldn’t we put at least that much effort into how ...
 
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Habitat Podcast #137 - Leon Hank joins Jared and Brian as we have a GREAT discussion on managing Whitetail habitat in Michigan. Leon owns land in the UP of Michigan. We cover: UP of Michigan Habitat - Differences than Midwest, 500 Acres in Eastern UP on Neebish Island, Buying Land Young and building to 500 Acres, Food Plots - Leon's plan of action …
 
We looked to our followers for this podcast! After a recent podcast post asking for viewer questions, we are here to answer! Our overall goal for the podcast each week is to help landowners, so addressing their direct questions is one of the best ways possible. During this podcast, we will cover the following topics, timber management in uplands an…
 
Karen speaks about her interfaith expertise, journey to earning a PhD and leading interfaith partnerships at Habitat for Humanity in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more at https://habitatebsv.org. Listen to more episodes of #MuslimPhilanthropy at https://amuslimcf.org/pod. The post #MuslimPhilanthropy Podcast with Karen Hernandez of Habitat for …
 
Jo Hayes, CEO Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong, hasn’t always worked in the nonprofit sector, and yet she always felt a sense of purpose in every role she had. SDG 11 in the spotlight In this episode, Jo gives us an insight into her impactful work with Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong supporting and advocating... The post A World Where Everyone Has a D…
 
On this podcast Kory McConnell Wildlife Habitat and Nutrition Specialist at Accuforage. We discuss the common misconceptions of habitat management of whitetail deer. Be sure you give this episode a listen so you aren't just pushing your hard earned dollars "out the other end" of a deer as Kory puts it! -Topics Discussed- Biology of Antler Growth in…
 
We are talking photography, bird photography again, and how Christy Bharath snaps the birds in an urban fringe in India with a consumer level camera. He takes great smnaps, and we learn about the birds seen in an urban setting in one corner of India. Discover Christy on Twitter @contentbirder Check out Ewen on Twitter @ewester and the hashtag #blir…
 
Chief Joachim Bonnetrouge talks about the Deh Gáh Got'ı̨ę First Nation’s plans to search the grounds of the former Sacred Heart residential school site in Fort Providence for unmarked graves. Also on the show, Yellowknife golfers move on to the regional competition after a weekend win, and a local artist discusses the making of a woodland mural. Mc…
 
AMCF is thrilled to be part of Philanthropy Together’s (https://philanthropytogether.org) BrainTrust. Philanthropy Together is a network to support giving circles around the world. They provide resources and cohort training on best practices to host and participate in community centric giving. Join Sara Lomelin, their Executive Director as she shar…
 
Our featured guest is Rashawn Gordon, Gordon’s Gun Dogs and Guide Service, Wellton, Arizona. Rashawn, a new guide and seasoned dog trainer, shares his experiences and hard-won advice. Plus public access ground, and news you can use. First, listeners’ advice to new hunters, from expectation management to what not to do, to how to train the retrieve,…
 
In this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Tony DeNicola, Founder and CEO of White Buffalo, Inc, and Pig Brig Trap Systems, about the damage wild hogs, do to your property trapping and the best ways to trap and control them. Plus, Jonathan Smith, Executive Director at TimberMart-South, gives the latest Timber Market Update for Q1 for Louisiana. See a…
 
Lyme disease is our most common tick-borne disease and it is estimated that there are around 400,000 cases each year. Black-legged ticks or deer ticks (Ixodes scapularis) are the only species of tick that carries Lyme disease. Although deer ticks are found throughout the eastern U.S., Lyme disease is much more common in the northeast, than it is in…
 
Dr. Amy Johnson is a conservation scientist and Program Director for Virginia Working Landscapes, a community-based research program at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institiute. In this role, Amy leads a team that cultivates a dynamic network of private landowners, citizen scientists, NGO’s, state agencies and research scientists to collecti…
 
The Gouldian Finch is one of the most desired cage birds in the world. Inhabiting northern Australia, in the tropical savannah habitat, it has been under intense pressure for many decades, first as trapping to supply the cagebird market, and then as habitat has been cleared for agriculture, and now the changed fire regimes pose a severe threat to t…
 
Part II of my interview with James Stovall, killer of the insane 206" Florida State Record Buck. If you missed Part I, go back to episode 83 and listen to that first! In this episode, we cover how James goes about scouting and hunting public land in Florida and his lease in Georgia. Click here to listen/subscribe on the Apple Podcast App (iOS devic…
 
Dr. Fritz Reid, DU’s director of Boreal and Arctic conservation, provides the DU Podcast with an unplanned and optimistic update on habitat conditions and population reports from the boreal forest and Alaska. In welcome contrast to the prairies, anecdotal reports suggest large number of ducks and excellent wetland conditions across these massive la…
 
On this podcast, we take it down to the south where I am joined by host Frank Loncharich. We breakdown some of the key property features from a recent consultation. This podcast style allows you to follow along with an annotated map on our social media pages. Use this to guide yourself through the podcast. On this property breakdown, you will hear …
 
In this podcast Adam Reeder joins me on the mic to talk about hunter recruitment in America. We discuss whether the current avenue for hunter recruitment is in our opinions the right avenue to take. In other words are we setting up future hunters for failure? Is social media and large hunting companies in this industry providing accurate and adequa…
 
Josh Garroutte met Chancy Walters of Whitetail Adrenaline through bass fishing, and after hanging out with him and hearing the stories of chasing big whitetail bucks on the ground he decided to give it a shot himself. Over the last several seasons, Josh has had some exciting encounters of his own and taken some big whitetails in the process. This w…
 
We know…we’ve been remiss, and it’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. Something Wild, as you know, is a chance to take a closer look at the wildlife, ecosystems and marvelous phenomena you can find in and around New Hampshire. But over the years there is one species in New Hampshire that we haven’t spent much time examining. A species, I…
 
Little check in episode where I discuss our plans for the coming weekend, go over some seed purchases (without discount), encourage everyone to make the hunting community a better place and finally provide the audio version of The Potential Is There. The Potential Is There is a write up I did for Real World Wildlife Products and pray it stirs up th…
 
Winding down the summer season, the DU Podcast reconnects with Dr. Scott Stephens, DU Canada director of regional operations for the prairies and boreal, for a late summer update on habitat conditions and expectations for fall hunting. Dr. Stephens also responds to a listener’s question about why breeding wetlands aren’t intensively managed similar…
 
On this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Alan Probst with North American Trapper about the best traps, baits, human scent control, and all the things you need to trap coyotes to minimize fawn predation effectively. Plus, Justin Jernegan of Alabama Ag Credit gives us the latest Land Financing Report Update. See all the proven products at North Ameri…
 
Habitat Podcast #136 - Chase Burns is back! Chase was on Habitat Podcast episode #23. We enjoyed that so much we asked Chase to come back on, and this time we discuss more useful tips and information to help improve your property. We cover: - Property Ingress & Egress, - Where To Add Access based on Property Layout, - Driveway Construction, Value a…
 
Get the entire podcast here. The dumb things bird hunters do to our guns, and how to avoid them ... that's one of the topics Fred Bohm covers in this wide-ranging discussion. Fred is founder of Sage & Braker Mercantile, a gun care products company, so he's seen it all. (Host Scott Linden has probably done it all!) We cover preventative maintenance,…
 
Here is the terrific panel discussion live streamed earlier this week, discussing all the issues around the loss of hollows for wildlife, and the various methods to provide artificial hollows for birds and other wildlife. You can hear Dr Holly Parsons, Manager of the Urban Birds program at Birdlife Australia (@BirdsInBackyards), Mick Callan from Ha…
 
Dan Baird is one of the world’s leading Back-country Primitive Survival Experts and Guides. Dan regularly travels and lead’s survival training and exploration trips to some of the most remote and hostile places on earth. As Head Instructor of the largest survival training school in the U.S., the California Survival School. Dan is responsible for pr…
 
During this weeks podcast we cover our recent findings from states along more northern latitudes and compare to the Southern states. Guess what, we may shock you in what we find and say! Land Management is different where you go, however, all through the techniques we recommend may be very similar the plant species change. Vegetation Composition is…
 
Are you a frustrated recreational landowner? Have you been owning land for years without success or implementing the hunting industry standards without improvements? What do you have to show for in all your years, time, and money? During this week, we take a look at the common pitfalls of land management. Where people place their time and energy is…
 
As we see more and more habitat being lost, replaced by new housing developments, new and wider roads, expansions to agriculture and industry, one critical part of the habitat tapestry is being lost, and takes many, many decades to be replaced by revegetation efforts. Those crtical things are hollows. MIck Callan has been researching what could be …
 
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