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Nomadic Ambience: City and Nature Sounds Hello, I'm a solo traveler who loves photography, video and exploring new cultures. I record ambience sounds during my world travels. Those sounds include city soundscapes, cafes, waterfalls, rain, thunderstorms, wind, and more. Enjoy my many recordings. and consider subscribing. Please do not use my videos without my permission. Thank you!
Discovering And Living Purpose on Life Signatures Radio If you are looking for help on the critical subject of Purpose, this podcast is dedicated for that. In addition, you will get inspiration about Productivity as well are Resilience. I am positive that you will find this content worthwhile and inspiring.
Nature Tripping Jo and Cathy go out to immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of nature at various locations around the British Isles. Join them as they chat about the wildlife around them and listen in to their surroundings.
Forces for Nature 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.
Nature Just Got Real! Join K.B Carr, author of the Weird and Wacky Planet series, along with a few friends, as they bring you the REAL skinny on what's REALLY going on in the Natural World. Presenting Nature to kids in ways that will empower them!
Nature Check Nature Check is a game of Dungeons and Dragons played by a group of scientists. Through the game, we hope to show you that scientists are real people with bawdy senses of humor and creative solutions to problems. We also hope to use the game world to talk about real issues in biology, ecology, environmental science, scientific research, and society.

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Episode 328: Orcas are Champions Part II First, if you have not, do you mind doing a quick survey for us at the All Creatures Podcast. You will be doing a huge favor for us and will help us continue to grow. You can go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/airwave to complete the survey. THANK YOU!!Here we revisit the second half of our massive orca episode! We just had to devote more time into just how incredible this species is. Because they are the Champion of our March Mammal Madness Tournament we wanted to give them a victory lap. Please enjoy this episode and these magnificent creatures.Another thank you to all our Patreon supporters. We now are hosting monthly Zoom meetings with them, answering questions and getting ideas on which species they want covered. You too can join for one cup of "good" coffee a month. With your pledge you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With the funds we receive each month, we are have been sending money to conservation organizations monthly. We now send a check to every organization we cover, as we feel they all are deserving of our support. Thank you so much for your support and for supporting animal conservation. Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE.We also want to thank you to all our listeners. We are giving back to every conservation organization we cover and you make that possible. We are committed to donating large portions of our revenue (at minimum 25%) to every organization we cover each week. Thank you for helping us to grow, and for helping to conserve our wildlife.Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to advertise on our podcastYou can also visit our website HERE.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 329: Secrets of the Elephants w/Bob Poole This week we are excited to introduce filmmaker Bob Poole. Bob served as the Director of Photography for National Geographic's Secrets of the Elephants. The first episode will be released on Nat Geo on April 21st 2023, with it also being released on Disney+ on Earth Day.Bob gives us an incredible behind the scenes view of what is was like working in Africa filming these majestic beasts. Of the National Geographic website it states Bob has an extensive credit list includes documentaries for PBS, BBC, Discovery, and over 40 projects with National Geographic. Working on the other side of the camera, Bob also fronts numerous award-winning shows for National Geographic, PBS, and BBC. Poole is a speaker through the National Geographic LIVE lecture series and is a Fellow of the Explorers Club. We had so much fun chatting with him, about his life, his sister Dr. Joyce Poole who is also a famous elephant researcher. Just was such a joy to be able to speak with him.You can watch a preview of Secrets of the Elephants on YouTube HEREYou can learn more about Bob and his work HEREWe were very fortunate to be able to preview Secrets of the Elephants and the filmography is just awe inspiring, intimate, and hits you in the heart. Please check it out! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#928 April 2, 2023 On our latest show: Guest Hannah Buschert tells us about an International Women’s Birding Conference in Uganda, and a big birding competition in Israel. Plus, we listen to Avian Audio Postcards from North Carolina and Florida, and the feuding Mike O’Connor and David Clapp try to make nice in a segment of Let’s Ask Mike.
#929 April 9, 2023 On our latest show: Avian Audio Postcards from California and the Dominican Republic; a live Science Corner segment about Citizen Science projects; and Mike’s thirty-year wait for a backyard bluebird has finally ended.
#930 April 16, 2023 On our Latest show: A Brazilian bird brought back from the brink; Listener Audio Postcards from California and Italy; and a very colorful — and vulnerable — bird from Eurasia.
Building Disability Community and Justice in the Outdoors with Syren Nagakyrie Join Syren Nagakyrie, founder of Disabled Hikers, in a discussion about their experience in navigating the natural world through the lens of disability. They have found both exclusion and comfort in outdoor spaces, noting that even though “the outdoors has been a place that I can retreat to,” there are many barriers for disabled folks in getting outside. Access issues, lack of reliable information, and gatekeeping are all consistent problems.Disabled Hikers is an entirely Disabled-led organization. They celebrate disabled people’s experiences in the outdoors and help facilitate those experiences with information, resources, and events, including trail guides and group hikes.  They are also committed advocates for justice, access, and inclusion and work with parks, organizations, brands, and more. Disabled Hikers challenge the dominant narrative of who is considered to be valid and which experiences matter in the outdoors.Syren (they/them) is an activist, writer, community organizer and outdoor enthusiast. They have become a leading advocate and expert voice in making the outdoors more inclusive and accessible for the disabled community and others that are underrepresented. Syren grew up with multiple disabilities and chronic illnesses, including Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome. They also live with depression, anxiety, and CPTSD. In their mid-twenties, when Syren started hiking and exploring what their body could and couldn’t do in the outdoors, they found a lack of infrastructure, support, and resources for the disabled community. It’s not enough to know whether or not a trail is wheelchair/ADA accessible. How exposed is it? What’s the grade? Are there crossings? How slick is it? Is there cell service in case of emergency?Syren founded Disabled Hikers in 2018 with four main goals: organizing group hikes, celebrating disabled people’s experiences, facilitating those experiences by making specific information available, and advocating for change in the outdoors. Syren is now working on hiking guidebooks for disabled hikers with Falcon Guides, a leading publisher of guidebooks.For more information and links visit:https://www.natureevolutionaries.com/teleseminars-1/2023/syren-nagakyrieSupport the show
Daryl Monk – Fishing Toledo Bend and Trail Cams for Turkeys? This week Alex and Daryl Monk, from WiseEye Smart Cams, join us in the studio via phone from Toledo  Bend where they have been slaying the Bass! After learning about the fishing we open up discussion on how to use your trail cams to locate your Turkeys!To learn more about WiseEye Smart Cam:https://www.facebook.com/WiseEyeTech/https://wiseeyetech.com/smart-cam/To follow American Roots Outdoors Podcast:https://www.facebook.com/groups/448812356525413To learn more about American Roots Outdoors:https://americanrootsoutdoors.com/https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRootsOutdoors/To follow Alex Rutledge:https://www.facebook.com/americanrootsalex/To follow Wayne Lach:https://www.facebook.com/wayne.lach.5To follow Mike Crase:https://www.facebook.com/mike.craseTo learn more about TideWe:https://www.tidewe.com/Just type our code…. AMRO18 …. at checkout to receive your 18% discount off your TideWe order!
Introducing a Child to Turkey Hunting Safely Mike and Wayne discuss the introduction of Turkey Hunting to your child!  From TideWe Blinds, to Guns, to Apex Ammo and of course calling techniques …… we leave no stone unturned! To follow American Roots Outdoors Podcast:https://www.facebook.com/groups/448812356525413To learn more about American Roots Outdoors:https://americanrootsoutdoors.com/https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRootsOutdoors/To follow Alex Rutledge:https://www.facebook.com/americanrootsalex/To follow Wayne Lach:https://www.facebook.com/wayne.lach.5To follow Mike Crase:https://www.facebook.com/mike.craseTo learn more about TideWe:https://www.tidewe.com/Just type our code…. AMRO18 …. at checkout to receive your 18% discount off your TideWe order!
2023 Spring Turkey Round Table w/guest Kenny Zuspan This week we tackle Spring Turkey Season Prep with a round table including Alex Rutledge, Mike Crase, Wayne Lach and special guest Kenny Zuspan from 1st Class Whitetails of Ohio.  We cover everything from getting into shape, ammo, safety, calling and cooking that Tom…..plus much more!To follow American Roots Outdoors Podcast:https://www.facebook.com/groups/448812356525413To learn more about American Roots Outdoors:https://americanrootsoutdoors.com/https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRootsOutdoors/To follow Alex Rutledge:https://www.facebook.com/americanrootsalex/To follow Wayne Lach:https://www.facebook.com/wayne.lach.5To follow Mike Crase:https://www.facebook.com/mike.craseTo learn more about TideWe:https://www.tidewe.com/Just type our code…. AMRO18 …. at checkout to receive your 18% discount off your TideWe order!
Greg Cherne – Tagging the "Ghost" Turkey Alex and Mike are joined by Greg Cherne to discuss how he succeeded in tagging the "Ghost" of Rock Road Outfitters in South Dakota!To learn more and book a hunt at Rock Road Outfitters:https://www.facebook.com/RockRoadOutfittersTo follow American Roots Outdoors Podcast:https://www.facebook.com/groups/448812356525413To learn more about American Roots Outdoors:https://americanrootsoutdoors.com/https://www.facebook.com/AmericanRootsOutdoors/To follow Alex Rutledge:https://www.facebook.com/americanrootsalex/To follow Wayne Lach:https://www.facebook.com/wayne.lach.5To follow Mike Crase:https://www.facebook.com/mike.craseTo learn more about TideWe:https://www.tidewe.com/Just type our code…. AMRO18 …. at checkout to receive your 18% discount off your TideWe order!
The Cardiovascular and respiratory system during dives On this episode Dr Scarlet Smash chats with Dr Ashley Blawas about her PhD disseration work on whale and dolphin's cardiovascular and metabolic processes.
Humpback whales washing up on the East Coast On this week's episode Dr Scarlett Smash (Dr Ashley Scarlett) and Dr Chris Parsons discuss recent marine mammal news that is causing major concerns.
Delisting of Endangered Species on the ESA On this week's episode Dr Scarlett Smash (Dr Ashley Scarlett) and Dr Chris Parsons discuss recent marine mammal news that is causing major concerns.
Inlet Cook Beluga Whale Conservation On this episode guest Ragan Davey, the Alaska Marine Representative from Defenders of Wildlife, talks about Beluga Conservation in Cook Inlet.
What to do if you see a sea otter! Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic continue talking to Heather Barrett about the need to be aware of sea otters, and the impacts that human disturbance can have on them. In this episode they talk about what you otter do if you see a sea otter. If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
Hooray for Hummingbirds Do you want to attract one of the most sought-after feeder birds? Hummingbirds bring joy, color and life to any yard, patio or balcony. John and Brian talk tips and fun facts about a fan favorite.
#225 Part 2 – Luke Oppenheimer: Have camera will travel Part 2: Luke Oppenheimer is a writer and photographer exploring the unreported corners of the world, telling the stories of rarely heard voices in the unforgiving wilderness of remote regions. From people eating wolves, to poaching gangs in South America, he is a man with more than a few stories. Modern Huntsman film screening, El Observador: BOOK Read More: https://modernhuntsman.com/product/volume-seven-the-water-issue/ https://www.instagram.com/luke_oppenheimer/?hl=en Support on Patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace www.byronpace.com
Guyana gets Drilled: Acclaimed podcaster Amy Westervelt on the latest oil boom The South American nation of Guyana, whose economy has traditionally relied on tourism, agriculture, and fishing, has begun doing business with oil giant ExxonMobil to build a massive offshore oil drilling project along its coast.  The president has argued that the profits could pay for the nation's clean energy transition, while others argue that the nation's traditional economic models, biodiversity, and coastal population are at risk of severe environmental impacts from the project.  Award-winning journalist and podcast producer Amy Westervelt joins the Mongabay Newscast to share details of the situation, which is the focus of the 8th season of her acclaimed podcast series Drilled, and she opines about the power of podcasting and the current state of the global effort to tackle climate change: “What a total failure of international climate negotiations that Global South countries [are] in this position of having to use oil money to pay for climate adaptation. That’s ridiculous,” Westervelt says. Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, from Apple to Spotify, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to get access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy the Newscast, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! Related Reading: Oil production or carbon neutrality? Why not both, Guyana says Guyana’s future and challenges in oil: Q&A with filmmaker Shane Thomas McMillan Guyana seeks offshore oil wealth in a green economy See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find and follow Mongabay on all the social media platforms. Please share your thoughts and feedback! [email protected]. Image: Series artwork for Drilled Season 8.
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152 Pythons as Prey We have previously talked about pythons in Florida eating everything they can fit in their mouths; but are there any creatures that eat them? We follow up the chat of python predators with a new tiny Species of the Bi-week.
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Main Paper References:
Currylow A, Fitzgerald A, Goetz M, Draxler J, Anderson G, McCollister M, Romagosa C, Yackel Adams A. 2023. Natives bite back: depredation and mortality of invasive juvenile Burmese pythons (Python bivittatus) in the Greater Everglades Ecosystem. Management of Biological Invasions 14:107–122. DOI: 10.3391/mbi.2023.14.1.06.
Species of the Bi-Week:
Menegon M, Lyakurwa JV, Loader SP, Tolley KA. 2022. Cryptic diversity in pygmy chameleons (Chamaeleonidae: Rhampholeon) of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania, with description of six new species. Acta Herpetologica 17:85–113. DOI: 10.36253/a_h-12978.
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Podcast edited by Emmy – https://www.fiverr.com/emmyk10 
Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson
Species Bi-week theme – Michael Timothy
Other Music – The Passion HiFi, https://www.thepassionhifi.com
153 The Rising Toad Tide Toads are wonderful creatures, and their exceptional adaptability makes them superb invaders when transported to new lands by humans. Unfortunately, this can be bad news for the creatures already present –see Cane Toads in Australia. We check in on the progress of Asian Common Toads in Madagascar this episode.
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Main Paper References:
Licata F, Ficetola GF, Falaschi M, Muller BJ, Andreone F, Harison RF, Freeman K, Monteiro AT, Rosa S, Crottini A. 2023. Spatial ecology of the invasive Asian common toad in Madagascar and its implications for invasion dynamics. Scientific Reports 13:3526. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-023-29467-2.
Other Mentioned Papers/Studies:
Vences M, Brown JL, Lathrop A, Rosa GM, Cameron A, Crottini A, Dolch R, Edmonds D, Freeman KLM, Glaw F, Grismer LL, Litvinchuk S, Milne MG, Moore M, Solofo JF, Noël J, Nguyen TQ, Ohler A, Randrianantoandro C, Raselimanana AP, van Leeuwen P, Wogan GOU, Ziegler T, Andreone F, Murphy RW. 2017. Tracing a toad invasion: lack of mitochondrial DNA variation, haplotype origins, and potential distribution of introduced Duttaphrynus melanostictus in Madagascar. Amphibia-Reptilia 38:197–207. DOI: 10.1163/15685381-00003104.
Other Links/Mentions:
Indus Valley Bullfrog information from AmphiaWeb – https://amphibiaweb.org/cgi/amphib_query?where-scientific_name=Hoplobatrachus+Tigerinus&rel-scientific_name=contains&include_synonymies=Yes
Indus Valley Bullfrog call from Md Azijul Hakim – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAxF0MKBcUw
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Podcast edited by Emmy – https://www.fiverr.com/emmyk10 
Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson
Species Bi-week theme – Michael Timothy
Other Music – The Passion HiFi, https://www.thepassionhifi.com
S2E48 – The Consequences of Not Drinking Responsibly. The crew try to leave the breaking wave Tavern after giving Darhana too much vodka, hilarity ensues. Please drink responsibly folx.  Please support Dugongs & Sea Dragons on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons
S2E49 – Dancey Dance Renaissance Lucien and Daisy spend an evening making their ship into a dance club, and then the crew go out to try and find out more about the university.  Please support Dugongs & Sea Dragons on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons
Minnesota Duck Camps: 160 Years of History and Tradition You'd about have to figure that "The Land of 10,000 Lakes" likely has tremendous waterfowl hunting history. It sure does! One hundred sixty years worth of duck club history and then some! Steve Knutson grew up an avid duck hunter in Otter Tail County, that has more lakes than any other county in the US. In today's episode, he takes us on a colorful tour of famous lakes, prominent yester-year waterfowlers, historic duck camps, far-reaching traditions, and the much sought-after ducks that shaped Minnesota's incredible duck hunting culture.  Have things since changed? __________ “Minnesota Duck Camps: 160 Years of History and Tradition,” costs $85, plus $9 shipping and handling for the first copy and $4 for each additional copy. For ordering information, contact Knutson at (612) 816-5156, by email at [email protected], ___________   Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
Sierra Nevada Red Fox ODFW Wildlife Habitat Biologist Jamie Bowles and Monty discuss the developing research on montane foxes throughout the west.
75 | Southeastern Reptile Rescue: From Film to Adopting Out Snakes Dr. Jenkins sits down with Jason Clark, President of Southeastern Reptile Rescue. They start discussing his interesting transition from being a police officer to running one of the most successful snake companies in existence. Jason has been in many movies including series on Netflix and Animal Planet. They talk about Southern Reptile Rescue and their work in outreach, rescue, aversion training, working on transitioning rattlesnake roundups, and their Youtube channel. Make sure you stick around for his snake story (teaser: Sir Anthony Hopkins is involved!).Connect with Jason at Southeastern Reptile Rescue.Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram or at The Orianne Society.Shop Snake Talk merch. Note: Our apologies for the intermittent interference on Jason's audio – it becomes unfortunately frequent between the 20-minute and 40-minute mark, but is much improved towards the end!
The Psychology of Fire and Innovating without Ego with Dr. Natasha Stavros As indicated by the title of this episode, we covered some SERIOUS ground in our conversation with Dr. Natasha Stavros, Director of the Earth Lab at CU Boulder. Natasha's background in the academic realm combined with personal experiences with wildfire (being evacuated from one of California's first megafires back in the early 2000s, and most recently seeing the impacts of the Marshall Fire on the Boulder community) gives her a strong understanding of fire from both the academic and the community/human perspective. As such, our conversation touched on everything from how the right technology can help build fire resilience if paired with strong policy, the impacts of smoke on vulnerable populations and her own reckoning with the psychological impacts and trauma of wildfire.Learn more about Natasha and the work she is doing at the Earth Lab: https://earthlab.colorado.edu/our-team/natasha-stavrosContribute to the work we're doing here at Life with Fire by becoming a patron!  Need a pack? Our sponsor Mystery Ranch probably has something for ya, whether you're looking for a backpacking setup for the summer or new fire packs for your crew. Check out their selection here: https://bit.ly/410LZ85
Fire in the Pine Barrens of the Northeast with Emily Dolhansky Our 50th episode! In today's episode, we spoke to professional forester Emily Dolhansky about the fire-adapted ecosystems of her home state of New Jersey. Perhaps you've seen some footage of the Jimmy's Waterhole Fire (pretty good fire name tbh) in southern New Jersey—as of this writing, it's sitting at nearly 4,000 acres and 75% containment after exhibiting fire behavior that would be extreme by almost any geographic area's standards.Emily filled us in on the fire ecology and history of the pine barrens, where she spent  as a kid growing up in NJ. Emily wrote her master's thesis at Yale on the pine barrens of the northeast (which exist all over the northeast and midwest—not just NJ) and talked through some of the common misconceptions of Northeast wildfires while providing a good bit of context for all those wild videos we're seeing on social media this week. To learn more about the fire history of the pine barrens, check out this piece that Emily penned while at Yale: https://www.firesciencenorthatlantic.org/post/pine-barrens-of-the-northeastern-u-s-emily-dohlansky-2018Looking for a new pack? Check out Mystery Ranch's stellar selection and let them know we sent you by using this link! https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=pl&ti=4703&pw=348921&mi=13570&pt=3&pri=603
Chris Servheen – U.S. Fish & Wildlife – Grizzly Bear Recovery As the Grizzly Bear Recovery Coordinator, Chris talks about coordinating all the research and management on grizzly bears in the lower 48 states and working closely with grizzly biologists in Alberta and British Columbia. Servheen wrote the Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan and was the EIS Team Leader for the Bitterroot Grizzly Bear Reintroduction EIS and was responsible for the delisting rule for the Yellowstone grizzly population in 2007, and he drafted the delisting rule in 2016 prior to his retirement.Support the show
Mitch Doherty – Vital Ground (Grizzly Habitat) Jay talks with Mitch Doherty, the conservation director for Vital Ground. Vital Ground’s Land and Conservation Program focuses on habitat protection and stewardship projects that encompass the Northern Continental Divide, Selkirk, Cabinet-Yaak, Bitterroot, Yellowstone and North Cascades ecosystems.Support the show
Lucas Rhoads -NRDC Attorney – BEES Jay talks with Lucas Rhoads. As a staff attorney within NRDC‘s Wildlife Division, Lucas works to protect bees and other pollinators from a wide range of threats, including pesticide use, habitat destruction, and climate change. He advocates at both the federal and state levels for policies that protect these vital species—while employing litigation to enhance and enforce existing protections. Support the show
Dr. Barbara King – Animal Emotion & Cognition Barbara is author of the newly released book “Animals’ Best Friends: Putting Compassion to Work for Animals in Captivity and in the Wild”, Barbara discusses animal emotion and cognition, the ethics of our relationships with animals, and the evolutionary history of language, culture, and religion. Her book “How Animals Grieve” has been translated into 7 languages, and her TED talk on animal love and grief has now received over 3 million views.Support the show
07-14: How to Identify Flycatchers with Cin-Ty Lee & Andrew Birch Birders have long considered the tyrant flycatchers, in particular the Empidonax species and Pewees to be one of the most difficult identification concerns in North America. Author Cin-Ty Lee and illustrator Andrew Birch seek to calm the fears of frustrated birders across the ABA Area with their new Field Guide to North American Flycatchers: Empidonax and Pewees, out just in time for spring migration. They join host Nate Swick to talk about what birders need to know about this group of birds. Also, join us for an ABA Community Weekend! Our first one is in Toronto, Ontario later this month! Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
07-15: Antipittas and Adventure in Colombia There’s no place on Earth like Colombia. One of the world’s only “megadiverse” nations, Colombia boasts friendly people, stunning landscapes, and absolutely mind-blowing birds. In this encore episode, host Nate Swick and Colombian birders Diego Calderón (The Birders Show) and Eliana Ardila (Birding by Bus) travel through the Colombian Central Andes and explore what makes this place so amazing for birders, and how nature tourism is making a positive impact on the lives of so many people there. Also, a throw back to the very first episode and Nate's very first trip to Colombia.  Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
Manta ray fish exclusion device could save rays from bycatch death with the help of fishermen There is an effort to conserve the Mobulid (manta and devil rays) species (9-11 species) as most of the species are considered endangered. Purse seine nets and gill nets are the leading reason for the death of mobulids. But there is a new fishing gear hack that gives mobulids a better chance for survival if they are caught in purse seine nets. The device is called a manta grid and it could be used as a tool in the conservation tool belt for tuna fishing (or any other type of fishing) in the future. Other tools could consider pre-fishing adjustments that could give mobulid species a fighting chance at survival. We are going to discuss these tools and strategies in this episode.   Link to article: http://bit.ly/40OM8vz   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
The fat of the matter is Orcas need fatty Chinook salmon for survival (No two Chinook are alike) There is no secret that the Southern Resident Orca Population in the Salish Sea is critically endangered and it faces many challenges that could lead this population to extinction. An overwhelming challenge is the population's reliance on Chinook salmon as their primary prey as the salmon population is also declining. But there is also a new question that was recently answered that could identify another challenge: Is the energy storage (fats) in Chinook salmon equal among Chinook salmon? Researchers from the University of British Columbia tested the fat content in Chinook salmon in the spring and in the Fall to find out if their lipid content was the same. We are going to talk about the results, which could help decipher management decisions for Chinook salmon and orcas, in the future.   Link to article: http://bit.ly/43gUi1E   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
Ask this ONE question when you apply to any Marine Biology Job Have you ever asked yourself what VALUE you can bring to the Marine Biology job that you want so that you can help your employer succeed in ways that other candidates can't? I asked myself this very question after interviewing Dr. Andrea Marshall (Queen of the Mantas) for a Beyond Jaws episode. Andrea spoke about her SCUBA diving experience and how she completed the highest certification in SCUBA before she was 18 because she knew that she would need that skill when she was researching ocean fauna. Her words and experience inspired me to ask the same question in this episode.  Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
This organization generates its own revenue to fund most of its programs I wanted to create another episode on based another portion of the conversation that my cohost, Dr. David Ebert, and I had with Dr. Andrea Marshall on the Beyond Jaws podcast. We discussed how she funds most of her revenue and that it helped her organization fund its scientific programs on manta rays and other megafauna.  If you are planning on starting your own non-profit or marine science business, then this episode is for you! Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
Humpback whale strandings in New York & New Jersey Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic talk about the high number of humpback whale strandings in New York and New Jersey – what is the likely cause, and importantly, what isn't causing these whale deaths! If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
The ocean at night Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic talk about what the ocean looks like at night when you're underwater. What do marine species do at night? Do they sleep? Do they party? Listen to the podcast to find out… If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
Sea otters Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic talk to Heather Barrett, Science Communication Director for Sea Otter Savvy. Heather quizzes the MCHH crew to find out how much they know about sea otters.  If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
Sea otter quiz Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic continue talking to Heather Barrett, Science Communication Director for Sea Otter Savvy. Quiz master Heather carries on finding out how much the MCHH team know about sea otters.  If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
Sea otter savvy Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic continue talking to Heather Barrett about the NGO Sea Otter Savvy,  the need to be aware of sea otters, and the impacts that human disturbance can have on them. If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
Sea otter watching Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic continue talking to Heather Barrett from Sea Otter Savvy about how to watch sea otters without disturbing them. If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : www.patreon.com/marineconservation  Contact [email protected] for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show Music credits By Jolly Shore Leave  "Al For Me Grog (Trad.)" HandsomeForrune-FE (Adapted Lyrics by Taran Christen : Musical Arrangement by K. Ryan Hart) Represented by Rebellious Entertainment MCHH Twitter Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube
104 Chris Johnson – Alaska – Part II Picking up from our last episode, Wayne continues his conversation with Alaska Wildlife Trooper Chris Johnson. Come along as Chris shares more stories from his years patrolling the vast and sometimes unforgiving Kenai Peninsula as a US Fish and Wildlife officer, and looks forward to many more years of service to the people and wildlife of America’s true “Last Frontier.”Our Sponsors: Thin Green Line PodcastDon Noyes ChevroletSovereign Sportsman Solutions“A Cowboy in the Woods” BookHunt of a LifetimeMaine's Operation Game ThiefWildlife Heritage Foundation of NHInternational Wildlife CrimestoppersHere’s what we discuss:
Chasing illegal baiters
Truck through the ice!
Recovering vehicles from water
A lifetime of physical fitness
Teaching HIIT classes as co-owner of Tides Yoga Studio

Small injuries can cause big problems
Exceed expectations when training
Consistency is paramount
An uneasy encounter in a remote village
The balance between enforcing wildlife laws and respecting indigenous lifestyles
Treaties have since changed subsistence living rules
A significant bear snaring case
Evidence showed it had been going on for years 
Multiple scenes were discovered
Poachers were taking only the gall bladders
The illegal gall bladder trade
Alaska State Troopers are currently recruiting

Survivor Island
Your most important survival tool is your brain
CreditsHosts: Wayne Saunders and John NoresProducer: Jay AmmannArt & Design: Ashley HannettResearch / Content Coordinator: Stacey DesRochesSubscribe:Apple PodcastsSpotifyAmazonGoogleWaypointStitcherTuneInMegaphoneFind More Here:WebsiteWarden’s Watch / TGL StoreFacebookFacebook Fan PageInstagramTwitterYouTubeRSS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stop Cop City to Save the Atlanta Forest for Eco and Racial Justice: Interview with Dr. Echols of the South River Watershed Alliance On behalf of Atlanta's biggest in-town forest, its resident wildlife, and nearby human neighbors, we discuss the 'Save The Atlanta Forest' movement also known as the 'Stop Cop City' movement, in Southeast Atlanta, comprised of many allied groups of citizens, especially Black residents, who over the last several years are working to stop the installation and building of a multi-million dollar, noisy and explosive, mega law enforcement training center in a greenspace and forested area (a former prison farm), where it is vehemently unwanted by the adjacent community and was already promised by a former mayor to be a preserved park. To tell us about that ongoing effort from an ecological and an environmental justice/racial justice perspective, host Carrie Freeman speaks with Dr. Jacqueline Echols, Board President of the South River Watershed Alliance and 2017 winner of GreenLaw's Environmental Hero award, who has worked in clean water and tree protection for a quarter century. This website provides action items and more info on the river and forest protection  https://www.southriverforest.org/   FYI: The email for the CEO of Dekalb County is [email protected]  and Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens can be reached at  [email protected]  
In this 26-minute podcast, originally aired in April 2023, Dr. Echols explains how this police training facility could be decentralized and placed in other communities — ones who want it or who have not been disproportionately impacted by police violence and legal system discrimination for decades, as has this majority Black Southwest Atlanta community. Let's respect these residents' wishes and give them the park, the peace, and the clean water they want and deserve and that the local wildlife need. 
In Tune to Nature is a weekly show airing on Wednesdays from 6:30-7pm EST on Atlanta indie station WRFG (Radio Free Georgia) 89.3FM hosted by Carrie Freeman or Melody Paris. Please consider donating to support this 50-year old independent, non-commercial, progressive Atlanta radio station at https://wrfg.org/  
PHOTO: Dr. Jackie Echols kayaking on the South River
Take care of yourself and others, including other species.
I’ve had the best excuse for not getting a show out for a while – I’ve been traveling!  I just got back from two weeks in Madagascar, and befo” id=”7lLs2LbwAjO” vid=”7lLs2LbwAjO” id-for-player=”7lLs2LbwAjO” link=”/listen/episode-79-herping-suriname-with-dick-and-lieke-7lLs2LbwAjO/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 79: Herping Suriname with Dick and Lieke Hello everyone and welcome to Episode 79!  It’s been a while since an episode dropped and I hope you all remain safe and healthy out there.
I’ve had the best excuse for not getting a show out for a while – I’ve been traveling!  I just got back from two weeks in Madagascar, and before that I spent most of January and February in Peru.  I am home for a while now, so the show schedule will go back to something close to regular for the near future.
So Much Pingle Patrons!  I want to give a big shout-out to the show’s newest supporter, Sheri Monk!  Thank you Sheri!  And as always, I want to thank everyone who keeps the show rolling along. And if you’re out there listening and you would like to kick in a few bucks, it’s easy to do, you simply go to the So Much Pingle Patreon page. You can support the show for as little as three bucks a month – less than a fancy cup of coffee! You can also support the show via one-time contributions via PayPal or Venmo (please contact me via email to [email protected]).
Our guests this week are Dick Lock and Lieke Verwoerd, who operate the wildlife tour companies Unlock Nature and Herping Suriname.  Dick and Lieke came down to Peru on one of our expeditions, and I got to spend some time getting to know them and it was a pleasure to interview them about what they are up to in Suriname, a place I really want to visit someday.  You can follow Unlock Nature on Facebook and Instagram, and you can follow Herping Suriname on Facebook and Instagram as well.
Thanks for listening everyone! And as always, please keep the comments and suggestions coming, and please take time to rate the show on your podcast platform! The show email is [email protected], and there’s also a So Much Pingle group on Facebook, for discussion, comments, feedback, suggestions, herp confessions, tips for herping better, etc.
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The Optimistic Entrepreneur: Brooke Bowlin on Sustainability, Social Media and Meaningful Success When you’re faced with a giant systemic machine that looks like it’s really never going to change, adopting some sort of nihilistic view isn’t uncommon.
Brooke Bowlin’s giant machine is the Fast Fashion industry, which (for the record) creates more carbon emissions than the global shipping and aviation industries combined.
What makes Brooke’s situation unique is that despite facing down this giant for the last four years, she hasn’t succumbed to some doomsday-style climate nihilism.And that’s what makes her so uncommon.
Brooke Bowlin is a ray of sunshine when she enters a room. Or at least when she logs onto a zoom call. 
-She’s an artist, entrepreneur, content creator and sustainable fast fashion advocate. 
-In the past, she was the owner of Thrift 251, a thrift store aimed at reducing clothing waste. 
-Today, she is the voice of “Secondhand Sustainability,” a popular cross-platform media project for conscious fashion. It currently has over 18K+ followers on instagram, and she’s even planning a podcast for it.
Over the past three years, Brooke has cultivated a strong following of young adults eager to change the usually wasteful model that is the modern fashion industry. 



Brooke's Book Recs: –
Hope in the Dark by Rebecca Solnit
All We Can Save by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Katharine Wilkinson
Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler  (mentioned)
Consumed by Aja Barber


Follow her on Instagram: @Secondhand.Sustainability
Her Website Nuance Required
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395) Andreas Weber: The ecological dimension of love Dr. Andreas Weber is a biologist, philosopher, and writer, whose work focuses on re-evaluating our understanding of the living and dying. Andreas proposes understanding organisms as subjects, and hence the biosphere, as a meaning-creating and poetic reality. Accordingly, he holds that an economy inspired by nature should not be designed as a mechanistic optimisation machine, but rather as an ecosystem which transforms the mutual sharing of matter and energy into deeper meaning. Reflecting on his former education in biology and marine science, Andreas enriches a discourse on the limitations of objectivity under a strictly scientific lens. Through a “both-and” perspective, Andreas walks us through what he calls “poetic ecology,” as he navigates the nuance of ecological Eros of tapping into the aliveness of being. This aliveness, he proposes, emerges from a sense of desire, which within a Western worldview tends to exclude more-than-human relationships. However, by respectfully acknowledging other worldviews of dividuality, rather than just individuality, Andreas signals the attention given to our inner experiences of Eros that inevitably enhance the aliveness of the whole. (The musical offering featured in this episode is Over It by RVBY MY DEAR.) This episode was brought to you by our supporting listeners. Join us on Patreon to help us keep our show alive: www.greendreamer.com/support
Megamouth Shark : The Third Biggest Shark in the World The Megamouth Shark is one of the biggest, yet least known, least understood, sharks in the world. Not entirely surprising, since we've only known it exists for about fifty years …  Subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss any future Wild Episodes, and e-mail your comments, corrections, suggestions or feedback to help make those future episodes better! You can also follow the show on Facebook or Twitter. To support the show, please share on social media, rate and review in your podcast app! Thank you. Show notes, with photos, video and links to lots more information, are available at thewildepisode.com Music Opening & Closing Themes: Running Waters and Acoustic Meditation by Audionautix (Jason Shaw), from audionautix.com. CC BY 3.0. Modified versions of: Desert Archer, Hot Soup on Cold Days, Coffee and Time and Homesick by Pipe Choir III. CC BY 4.0.
Birds of a Feather Together: Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting Hunting destinations attract certain hunter mind-sets. During a recent Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting adventure, guests came from all walks of life, a real US coast-to-coast representation of hunters. Most were solo hunter bookings. They describe how duck hunting in Mazatlan compares to hunting back home, what they enjoyed most, favorite species, meals, lodging, and, of course, the people they met. Their vacation experiences are absolute proof that birds of a feather flock together. Whether curious about what all the fuss is about or considering a south of the border hunt, these episodes are always popular. Listen to find out why!    Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
Hidden War: Reclaiming America's Wildlands from Drug Cartels Lt. John Nores, Jr. (now retired) grew up duck hunting in California. He was still a young game warden when accidentally stumbling into his first illegal marijuana grow in the heavily wooded outskirts of California civilization.  His career remainder was defined by Marijuana Eradication Taskforce investigations throughout California.   The scope of illegal grows in California and throughout the entire United States is staggering, generating cash-crop sales exponentially greater than the sum of wheat and corn sales combined.  Societal costs are steep: America's public lands are being decimated. Hazardous wastes, unregulated resource depletion and wildlife habitat loss are ugly by-products. And cartels send only their best growers illegally across the US border, where they're heavily armed against intruders. For reasons Lt. Nores explains, legalization has possibly only made this problem worse.   Related:  John Nores website http://www.johnnores.com   Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
See, Try and Buy at DUX at Texas Motor Speedway May 5-7 Duck Unlimited's David Schuessler is back in the studio! We recap the past duck season, agreeing that for many reasons it was the best its been in along while. He also gives an update of the Into the Vault online auction, hinting at what items are already showing up for next year! "You can see, try and buy anything duck hunting related under the sun," he says about the upcoming everything outdoors Ducks Unlimited Expo (DUX) that'll be May 5-7 at Texas Motor Speedway. Tune in to hear why you'll probably want to mark your calendars and attend this incredible fun-for-the-whole-family consumer event that's growing leaps and bounds for very good reason!   Related Links: Ducks Unlimited Expo May 5-7, Texas Motor Speedway, https://www.duckexpo.com/home.html   Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
Pursuit-Based Hearing Protection Listen up, folks! Lucas Mashtare has been with Tetra Hearing since the very beginning. And in the world of pursuit-based hearing protection, they're now at the very top of the heap. But why? Lucas explains how Tetra Hearing systems work to protect the only only set of hearing the Good Lord gave us, how their innovative systems have evolved, and what systems are available. He also describes how Tetra Hearing–and customers–give back with a 2% for Conservation Program. Can you hear me now? Dang straight. Thanks Tetra!   Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
Making Music at Dockery Plantation Established in 1895, Dockery Plantation was a sprawling 25,000-acre property in the primeval Mississippi Delta, employing 2,000 laborers and now deeply entrenched in blues music history. In describing Dockery Plantation's colorful past, local historian and avid turkey hunter Bill Lester shares his own artistry with listeners. It's certain to be familiar music to the ears of anyone that enjoys the springtime woods!   Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com     It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com   Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell [email protected]
E66 Veronica Iriart – Wild Lupine Veronica Iriart, studying at the University of Pittsburgh, with thoughts and reflections on Lupinus perennis or wild lupine.

Our GREE-GREE #132 foreshadows the major victory in Wisconsin’s critical state Supreme Court race that is being widely ranked as “the most important election of 2023.”
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Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Hour – 4.06.23 WISCONSIN BEFORE LIGHTENING STRIKES; ANTI-TRANS WARFARE

Our GREE-GREE #132 foreshadows the major victory in Wisconsin’s critical state Supreme Court race that is being widely ranked as “the most important election of 2023.”
We hear from ANDREA MILLER of the Center for Common Ground, NORM STOCKWELL of Progressive.org, and THOMAS NELSON of grassroots Wisconsin on the coming of what would be a huge victory for the Progressive movement.
We know as you’re listening to this that the left-leaning “Judge Janet” Protasiewicz won this crucial judgeship by a substantial margin.  She beat a MAGA Republican.
So if you want to know how this happened, listen in to the powerful views of a critically important trio of organizer/activists who helped make this progressive victory happened.
We then turn to BRYNN TANNEHILL and her uniquely brilliant systemic presentation on the national assault against the rights and freedoms of trans Americans.
Among much more, Brynn tells us that “gun rights” stalwarts who NEVER want to limit gun ownership now want to make it illegal for trans citizens to own a gun.

[IN OUR SECOND HOUR, FOR NEXT WEEK:

PRESIDENT MICHELLE?  A ROMERO ADMINISTRATION?  LIVING EARTH MOVEMENT; MORE NUKE MADNESS
In our latest GREE-GREE gathering, we’re joined by legendary journalist/producer DAVID SALTMAN, presents the possibility of MICHELLE OBAMA running for President.
Though there are obvious doubts, Saltman reads a long passage from the former First Lady that would seem to indicate she’d be open to the idea should Joe Biden decline to re-run
Along the way we hear from LYNN FEINERMAN, JUSTIN LEBLANC and others.
TATANKA BRICCA lays out the Romero Institute’s on-going campaign to establish a full-blown government leadership apparatus, prepared to take and use power as the corporate Democrats and Trumpite Republicans fade away.  

IGNACIO CASTUERA of the Living Earth Movement explains his organization’s powerful campaign to insure that we get to world peace. 
The movement focuses in particularly on guaranteeing detente with China, thus avoiding a war between the world’s two biggest economies.
Finally the brilliant  LINDA PENCE GUNTER of Beyond Nuclear confirms that Germany will, in fact, shut its last reactors around April 15.
Thus the world’s fourth-largest economy goes post-nuclear, with (hopefully) the fifth-largest (California) soon to follow.
Linda also fills us in on the uselessness of Silly Mythic Reactors, and the on-going dangers at Ukraine’s besieged Zaporigia.
We also hear about the use of Depleted Uranium (DU), armor-penetrating shells that spread lethal atomic radiation throughout the landscape.
Linda is joined by MYLA RESON who further explains the dangers of DU and atomic waste.
This wide-ranging excursion should not be missed.  NO NUKES!!
Ep. #234 First Impressions Of Our New Pro Drive Our New Pro-Drive Duck boat is in our hands now and Thomas and I give our first impressions after running it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. #235 Hunting Solo, Golf, Pintail Numbers I am joined today by Tony Quinteros talking about the power of duck hunting solo and you're learning curve, pintail numbers, golf, work life, strategies and more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Anthropocene, Explained: Jason Kelly, Professor of History and Director of the Indiana Arts and Humanities Institute The Anthropocene, a period in which environments are fundamentally changed by humans. Jason Kelly, Professor of History (IUPUI) and Director of the Indiana Arts and Humanities Institute explains.
Mongabay Reports: Breeding new hope for African penguins at De Hoop Nature Reserve Recent breeding success at a nature reserve in South Africa has given conservationists hope for the survival of Africa's only resident penguin species, whose population has dropped by nearly 65% since 1989. Researchers are having success boosting breeding colonies near abundant food sources with the help of simple interventions like building nest boxes that mimic their guano burrows which keep the birds cool and safe in a world whose climate is becoming hotter and less predictable. Listen to the popular article from Ryan Truscott here: Breeding success raises hopes for future of endangered African penguin Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts from, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to gain instant access to our latest episodes and past ones. If you enjoy this series, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for Mongabay. Image caption: African penguin. Image by Alberto Ziveri via Flickr (BY-SA 2.0) Please send feedback to [email protected], and thank you for listening.
A new generation of Syrian agricultural entrepreneurs According to the World Bank estimates, our planet’s population is expected to increase to 9 billion people by the year 2050 – with young people aged between 15 and 24 accounting for approximately 14 percent of this total. Employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for youth today, however, remain limited, especially in rural areas. Long associated with harsh working conditions and low wages, many youngsters see agriculture as a less than attractive prospect. But the sector is crucial in terms of maintaining food security particularly in countries affected by conflict. And the sector is promising – offering lucrative jobs and business opportunities on and off the farm. In several governorates across Syria, FAO has implemented a training programme since 2021 to help young entrepreneurs transform their ideas into successful agri-businesses. The  Nabta programme aims to enhance agricultural production in a country decimated by protracted war. Producer: FAO Syria, Anais Hotin Presenter: Daniel Johnson, UN Geneva Photo credit: @ FAO/Mokthar Al Samman
LIVE PODCAST: Flights Paths with Rebecca Heisman Rebecca Heisman joined us at the San Diego Bird Festival to talk about her recently released book: Flight Paths, a book about the study of bird migration and the scientists and methods behind it all.  Main Story Begins at: 12:13Show notesGalveston FeatherfestBirdiest Week in AmericaFlight Paths by Rebecca HeismanAn Unusual Bloom is Happening in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Here's Why by NBC San DiegoCurious Questions: How did a stork with a spear through its neck solve the mystery of the migration of birds?Intro Bird Call: Black-throated Gray Warbler (Recorded: Clatsop Oregon, April, 2020)Outro Bird Call: Common Crane (Recorded: Sweden, September, 2019)Connect with us at…IG: @Hannahgoesbirding and @Erikgoesbirding Twitter: @WeGoBirding Facebook: @HannahandErikGoBirding Email us at [email protected] Website: http://www.gobirdingpodcast.com
394) Vijay Prashad: Reviving collective life and scaling small gestures of care “Where is the space for a collective life? If you yell at the planet and say, ‘Why aren’t you acting collectively?’ You don’t understand this social system. This economic system has stolen collectivity from people.” In this episode, we welcome Vijay Prashad, an Indian historian, editor, and journalist. Vijay begins by sharing about the turning points in his life that led him to focus his work on unraveling the various atrocities visited upon people in the world. With a recognition of the power of media narratives, he goes on to address how both mainstream and independent media perpetuates the limiting view that democracies are driven primarily by participation in electoral politics. Offering alternative inspirations, Vijay shines a light on examples of grassroots movements in Brazil, India, and China, where ordinary people have taken matters into their own hands to occupy unused lands to grow food and practice small gestures of community care. Rather than asserting blame for the numerous challenges everyday people face when trying to become more engaged members of society,  however, Vijay points out the various systemic factors making organized action more difficult. Ultimately, Vijay calls for reviving our collective lives through rebuilding confidence and capacity—leaving us with an empowering invitation to start creating the future, now. (The musical offering featured in this episode Don’t Ask Me by RVBY MY DEAR. The episode-inspired artwork is by Luci Pina.) Green Dreamer is a community-powered podcast. Thank you for sharing and supporting our work: GreenDreamer.com/support
Episode 155: Out of Control! (with Steve Martin) Chris is in Arkansas doing his best to dodge tornados, so this week Ari has the opportuntiy to sit down with the one and only Steve Martin (President/CEO of Natural Encounters, Inc.) to talk about one of his favorite training topics: control! They discuss what it is, how to utilize it as a reinforcer in training sessions, and how to give control away. Don't miss this deep dive into this important – and sometimes overlooked – primary reinforcers.  Have a questions or something you'd like us to discuss on a future episode of the podcast? Let me know at [email protected]!
S2E47 – To the Pub! The crew finally make a decision on their quest, and then decided to go to the pub.  Please support Dugongs & Sea Dragons on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons
Emma Marsh: Feathers and Feminism with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and Kazakh Antelopes Emma Marsh sits on the Executive Board at The RSPB, and was until recently the Director of RSPB England. But, despite working for the nation’s largest bird charity (the RSPB is actually Europe’s largest conservation charity!), she says that she is not a twitcher, rather that “…being in nature just feels right. Everything is right in the world when nature’s right.” Raised on a farm, yet having studied International Relations at University, it is no surprise that Emma is well placed to discuss the manner in which enviro-NGOs interact with the current government; she also shares her hopes for who the RSPB will be dealing with in the future, and how the People’s Plan for Nature should keep Governments accountable to the people they profess to serve. In this walk around the Sandy nature reserve – the headquarters of the RSPB – Emma explains how the RSPB's roots lie with the Victorian women of the ‘Fur, Fin and Feather Folk’, and how it is still managed as an inclusive movement. We hear how Emma hopes to make the RSPB a home both for nature and for as diverse a group of mammalian bipeds as possible. All this, and the animals closest to the RSPB’s heart: Wrens, Avocets and Kazakh Saiga Antelopes?! Why not become a "Subscription Squirrel" on our Patreon, and help support the production of this podcast? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Potentially wet Easter weekend on the way Meteorologists Dave Turley and Andrew Gorton talk about a potentially wet Easter weekend on the way.
In person with Becky Humphries at the North American Fish and Wildlife Conference! Few legacies can impact the amount of people, organizations, species and habitats that Becky Humphries has. Starting as an employee of the US Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1970s, she quickly transitioned to state wildlife work the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and grew through the ranks culminating in her being appointed Director of the Department of Natural Resources and then in 2010 of the newly-developed Department of Natural Resources and Environment, which combined the DNR and state’s environmental agency. She was the first woman to hold either director role in Michigan. Humphries’ leadership saw the department through some of the most trying and uncertain times – including the discovery of Bovine Tuberculosis and chronic wasting disease in the state. Humphries’ work with the DNR elevated her to leadership roles within Association of Fish and Wild Agencies. She not only won their two most prestigious awards for her work, but she was named chair of the Fish and Wild Health Committee and led the National Fish and Wildlife Health Initiative. After more than 30 years with the DNR, Humphries left in 2011 to join Ducks Unlimited as the director of conservation partnerships. In 2013, Humphries joined the National Wild Turkey Federation as its chief conservation officer before being named chief executive officer in 2017 (Sourced from Michigan United Conservation Clubs). Suggested Links: https://www.nwtf.org/ http://www.peddersolutions.com/ Show Notes: 0:36 – Becky talks about where this episode was recorded at the North American Fish and Wildlife Conference. It has been happening since 1911!! 1:22 – A little on Becky’s background and start in conservation. 6:10 – Mentorship. Becky talks about some of her mentors during her career. 10:52 – Discussing professional courage and steps in moving up the ladder and picking your battles. 13:14 – “You always want to work around people who are very ethical.” 15:45 – Becky talks about some of the biggest projects she was involved with during her career. Notable projects at each stage. 28:00 – Becky reflects on where it has worked in her advantage to be a female in this industry. 33:28 – Pathways and pipelines to leadership. Did Becky set her intention to be the CEO of the DNR? 35:41 – Short break for a message from our partner, Prios, and the NWF Outdoors Outdoors podcast. 37:07 –  What’s in Becky’s freezers?! Better late than never 😉 39:48 –  Becky reflects on her passion for turkey hunting, bird hunting and her bird dogs. 41:33 –  What projects has Becky worked on over the years? 49:50 – The conversation regarding hunting, taking a life, spirituality, remorse, and conservation. 51:33 –  Becky to continue to stay engaged in the conservation community. 52:28- Closing statements and final advice for women who want to work in conservation and the out of doors. 54:39 – Becky’s plans for the future after retirement. 57:10 – Sam, Carlee and Becky share their hits and misses.
Episode 326: March Mammal Madness Part II First, if you have not, do you mind doing a quick survey for us at the All Creatures Podcast. You will be doing a huge favor for us and will help us continue to grow. You can go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/airwave to complete the survey. THANK YOU!!The thrilling conclusion to our inaugural March Mammal Madness tournament. If you have not listened to Part 1 (Episode 325) we highly suggest you do. We started with 16 incredible mammal species and shared some of their most amazing facts. In this episode we continue with the top 8, then the Final Four, to the thrilling championship round!! Who will win? Can Angie pull out a win or can Chris keep arguing hard for his mammals? Listen to find out.The Top 8 are set as (spoilers for those that have not listened to Episode 325):Lion (Chris) vs Hippo (Angie)Grey Wolf (Angie) vs. African Elephant (Chris)Orca (Angie) vs. Orangutan (Chris)Leopard Seal (Chris) vs. Polar Bear (Angie)Angie took over Polar Bear since Leopard Seal upset her poor Zebra! Sorry Angie.Also, PLEASE visit Corbin at his YouTube website. He is doing such amazing work in animal education and can be visited HEREPlease contact us at [email protected] if you would like to advertise on our podcastYou can also visit our website HERE.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 327: Orcas are Champions Part I First, if you have not, do you mind doing a quick survey for us at the All Creatures Podcast. You will be doing a huge favor for us and will help us continue to grow. You can go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/airwave to complete the survey. THANK YOU!!We had to come back and revisit this species, the Champion of our March Mammal Madness Tournament. We learned so much about these incredible "wolves of the sea." We have no doubt you will fall in love with the Orcas as much as we did when we recorded this back in 2019. Another thank you to all our Patreon supporters. We now are hosting monthly Zoom meetings with them, answering questions and getting ideas on which species they want covered. You too can join for one cup of "good" coffee a month. With your pledge you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With the funds we receive each month, we are have been sending money to conservation organizations monthly. We now send a check to every organization we cover, as we feel they all are deserving of our support. Thank you so much for your support and for supporting animal conservation. Please considering supporting us at Patreon HERE.We also want to thank you to all our listeners. We are giving back to every conservation organization we cover and you make that possible. We are committed to donating large portions of our revenue (at minimum 25%) to every organization we cover each week. Thank you for helping us to grow, and for helping to conserve our wildlife.Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to advertise on our podcastYou can also visit our website HERE.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP: 162 The Graves of Giants (Members-Only trailer) Like any military campaign, those who fought in Afghanistan grew to understand just how weird things can get in this part of the world. The locals tell tales of giants, jinns, and other creepers of the night. But what is it like to grow up in this region of the world? We speak with a native Afghani on this week's members-only episode who knew from a young age that the ancient grave sites near his hometown were not of mere mortals. Afghanistan is rife with tales of giants. The most famous giant encounter in Afghanistan occurred in 2002 and is the now infamous Kandahar Giant. In the account, a red-haired giant emerged from a cave when encountered by a detachment of U.S. Special Forces. Become a member to learn more about what it's like to grow up in one of the blurriest parts of the world.
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EP: 163 Territorial Spirits with Dr. Joel Muddamalle Dr. Joel Muddamalle makes his Blurry Creatures debut and we delve into Territorial Spirits and their ancient connections to the biblical and historical narrative. This was the topic of his dissertation and Ph.D., one he earned under Dr. Patrick Schreiner and the legendary Dr. Michael Heiser. Joel currently serves as the Director of Theology and Research for Proverbs 31 Ministries and Lysa TerKeurst and is passionate about teaching the brilliant truths in Scripture. What are territorial spirits? How do these relate to the Teraphim in Genesis and how do they connect to the sons of god? What is the connection between these entities and the divine council? How is this related to cosmic and geographical warfare, both ancient and modern day? Join us for a fascinating conversation about all things blurry that very much falls into the realm of the unseen.

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Natural Capital: pushing nature to the top of the agenda, with Donya Davidson In this episode we chat to Donya Davidson, NatureScot’s Natural Capital Tools Manager.Donya explains what we mean by Natural Capital, how taking a natural capital approach to managing land can provide multiple benefits for both people and nature, and how she Makes Space For Nature everyday.Further information:Developing a Landscape Scale Natural Capital Tool for Scotland
Conservation technology just keeps on growing Conservation technology is a rapidly growing field with exciting potential. From eDNA to bioacoustics and AI, there's a lot to keep track of in an ever-changing environment. Here to discuss it on the Newscast this week is new Mongabay staff writer Abhishyant "Abhi" Kidangoor who's joined our newsroom to focus on this quickly growing field: he shares details of his current conservation tech reporting projects and ones our readers can look forward to in the future.  Related reading: Bioacoustics in your backyard: Q&A with conservation technologist Topher White On the roof of the world, water is life. Or a sign of it, thanks to eDNA Beyond bored apes: Blockchain polarizes wildlife conservation community Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, from Apple to Spotify, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to get access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy the Newscast, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find and follow Mongabay on all the social media platforms. Please share your thoughts and feedback! [email protected]. Image caption: Conservation technology and wildlife manager, Eleanor Flatt, installs a GSM camera trap in the Costa Rican forests protected and managed by Osa Conservation. Image by Marco Molina.
Blue carbon could lead to methane release within coastal habitats Blue carbon is not just a huge buzzword in the conservation space. It's a field within conservation that could help the oceans recoup from climate change impacts while decreasing climate change. There are many start-up companies that are popping up in the space to get in on what could be a lucrative business model for the near future and a way to save the planet. However, there are still many questions that remain unanswered for the space that could have unintended negative impacts on the ocean and the planet. For example, a recent study revealed that coastal ecosystems may release methane (a more severe greenhouse gas than CO2) after absorbing CO2. We are going to discuss these effects and why it is so important to know this information.   Link to article: http://bit.ly/3KaX9Ak   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
Do microplastics accumulate in deep-sea organisms? One of the scariest thoughts to me is wondering how far does our plastic pandemic reach in the ocean. We know that plastics reach every part of the ocean's surface, but how far down? And is it consistently found in the deep-sea? If so, how much of the microplastic accumulates within the deep-sea organisms? So many questions would require thousands of samples from around the world which would cost several millions of dollars. The good news is our guest today, Dr. Andrew Thaler, is now the steward of such a dataset and he hopes to answer the questions above. He just needs your help to fund the pilot study.   Link to Experiment: https://experiment.com/projects/establishing-a-baseline-for-microplastic-accumulation-in-deep-sea-animals-using-an-historical-sample-archive?s=discover   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
 

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34. Do Boobies Fly? In this week's episode, join Ashley, Maggie, and Justin (?!) as they learn about animals doing things in the extreme, from sex to flying to slurping bugs. That's right, it's the Northern Quoll, Frigate Bird, and Sloth Bear. 
 

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35. Nothing Beats an Old Fish Who else has been waiting for an unofficial dance episode?! Join Ashley and Maggie as they learn about two animals that know how to groove in order to find a mate: the manakin bird and sparklemuffin spider. And be sure to Follow us on Instagram to see Ashley and Maggie have a go at both of these animals' dance moves.
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Bonus! Lesser Goldfinch Singing Beside The Sacramento River This was recorded on a cool and partly cloudy spring day beside the Sacramento River in the Sacramento River Bend Area, Tehama County, California. I set up the microphone at a small opening in the dense vegetation growing along the muddy bank of the river. The river was running high and swift, which was very nice to see after the past couple years of drought. A Lesser Goldfinch foraged in the willows just to the right of the mic, then stopped to sing its song.



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205: Flamboyant Cuttlefish It ain't deja-vu baby we are here again. Only this time we focus on one lil creature instead of all the lil creatures.
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204: Pangolin Is it an artichoke or a bug-eating boy? This mysterious animal is exposed in this week's episode and we have a hard time coming to terms with its tongue.

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103 Chris Johnson – Alaska When US Fish and Wildlife Captain Chris Johnson reached the mandatory retirement age, he wasn’t quite ready to hang up his hat, so he did what most never would; after 33 years of federal service, he went right back to the Academy and became an Alaska State Wildlife Trooper! Join us as Chris shares stories of the outdoors from “Alaska’s Playground” – the rugged and stunningly beautiful Kenai Peninsula.Our Sponsors: Thin Green Line PodcastDon Noyes ChevroletSovereign Sportsman Solutions“A Cowboy in the Woods” BookHunt of a LifetimeMaine's Operation Game ThiefWildlife Heritage Foundation of NHInternational Wildlife CrimestoppersHere’s what we discuss:
Mandatory retirement from Federal law enforcement service
Torn between becoming a professional football player or game warden 
Began career with the National Park Service and local PD in Minnesota
Joined USFWS in 1989 
First full-time Federal wildlife law enforcement officer in the Alaska refuge system 
Part-time positions now being phased out
Arriving at the 2-million acre Kenai National Wildlife Refuge 
“The playground of Alaska.”
A one-day orientation
The first of many bear mauling cases 
Charged by three juvenile brown bears in a row
A sow had been shot
Cubs became dangerously habituated to humans
The best bear defense
Bear incidents increased through the years
Black and brown bears tend not to mingle
Joined first USFWS Honor Guard team
Only federal member of state Serious Incident Response Team (SIRT)
Back to the Academy!
Previous experience was a huge advantage
Hoping to rejoin SIRT
The moose that shot back
Teasers for a follow-up: a truck through the ice and a ‘warm’ welcome to the Kenai
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392) Eben Kirksey: Boundless entanglements with the virosphere “I like thinking with viruses because they’re constantly infecting us, changing our nature. Some of them are even changing our genome. We’re constantly in relation with the world around us even though we can barely perceive and understand all of this complexity.” In this episode, we are joined by anthropologist Eben Kirksey, who invites us to think and feel through a new wave of viral theory through a lens of multi-species entanglement. Through his insatiable curiosity about nature-culture, Eben humbly approaches the viral world as one that reflects the limitations of fixed or reductive categorization. Ultimately, he leaves us with an invitation to explore how radically re-thinking viral systems can offer alternative ways of approaching contemporary socio-political predicaments. He asks: how can we sit with the complexities of symbiotic assemblages amongst species, and what novel relationships are imperative to uplift in an age of extinction? About the guest: Eben Kirksey is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oxford where he teaches Medical Anthropology and Human Ecology. He earned his PhD at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and helped found one of the world's first Environmental Humanities programs at UNSW Sydney in Australia. Investigating some of the most important stories of our time—related to biotechnology, the environment, and social justice—led him to Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas. His books include Freedom in Entangled Worlds (2012) and Emergent Ecologies (2015)–plus The Multispecies Salon (2014), and The Mutant Project (2020), a book that follows some of the world’s first genetically modified people. (The musical offering featured in this episode Lose My Mind by RVBY MY DEAR. The episode-inspired artwork is by Luci Pina.) Green Dreamer is a community-supported podcast. Join our Patreon and contribute a gift of any amount today to help keep our platform alive: greendreamer.com/support
393) James Bridle: Artificial intelligence and the fallacy of a computerizable world In this episode, we welcome writer, artist, and technologist, James Bridle. James’s artworks have been commissioned by galleries and institutions and exhibited worldwide and on the internet. They are the author of New Dark Age (2018) and Ways of Being (2022), and they wrote and presented the radio series "New Ways of Seeing" for BBC Radio 4 in 2019. Join us as James investigates and complicates modernity’s entanglement with contemporary technology. Ever careful not to throw the baby out with the bath water, they urge us to think critically about the impact of technological advances particularly as they are embedded within dynamics of power, systems of complexity, and definitions of “intelligence”. In breaking down the fallacy of the earth as a computational model, James places emphasis on the process of cultivating relationships which is at the heart of thinking and feeling—processes that call on us to activate technologies of relationality. (The musical offering featured in this episode Lullaby by RVBY MY DEAR. The episode-inspired artwork is by Tinuke Fagborun.) Green Dreamer is a community-supported podcast. Join our Patreon and contribute a gift of any amount today to help keep our platform alive: greendreamer.com/support
Vetocracy: Francis Fukuyama discusses ways to improve our ability to make decisions about climate Many projects and policies that could help with climate change stumble on too many decision points, places where ideas can be shot down. Francis Fukuyama discusses his idea of "vetocracy" in relation to climate.
Ep. #233 Duck Trip with Pastor, Mountain Dew Ceiling, Eagle Lakes Travis and I recap the duck hunt trip with our Pastor, man cave plans involving Mountain Dew, duck call ideas, and funny stories from the trip. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
07-13: This Month in Birding – March 2023 Spring is in the air in March, at least theoretically across much of the ABA Area. And the last Thursday of the montg means This Month in Birding, our monthy panel discussion the covers all the important and not-so-important bits of birding news from the month that was. This month's panel features Brodie Cass Talbott and Sarah Swanson from Portland Audubon and aeroecologist Mikko Jimenez talking Audubon's name, Bell Bowl Prairie, and what to do about the famous Flaco the Eagle-Owl. Links to stories discussion in this episode: National Audubon Society Announces Decision to Retain Current Name U.S. birds' Eastern, Western behavior patterns are polar opposites Priceless Bell Bowl Prairie Demolished in Rockford Latin American and Caribbean researchers detail colonialism in ornithology Flaco, Central Park Zoo Owl, Tastes Freedom and Isn't Rushing to Return Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!

Our GREEP #132 starts with the “deal of the century” as Xi & Putin lay the foundation for an end of the American Century and the dominance of the dollar.
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Our GREEP #132 starts with the “deal of the century” as Xi & Putin lay the foundation for an end of the American Century and the dominance of the dollar.
As part of that excursion we visit “The Big Short” and other critical documents on the most recent fall of the American economy. 
KFPA/Flashpoint’s DENNIS BERNSTEIN, LYNN HEIDIKOPER and others help us with the horrendous details.
From there we go to the all-important race for the deciding seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, where grassroots organizing will make all the difference.
JOHN STEINER fills us in with critical details.
We also hear from JUDITH WHITMER, recently purged as chair of the Nevada Democratic Party for being too progressive & grassroots.  Where have we heard that before?
One place is New York, where JULIE WIENER and RON LEONARD explain how the utterly feeble Democrats blew it for the entire US House.
BRYANN TANNEHILL fills us in on the national war against LGBTQ citizens. WENDI LEDERMAN gives us the ugly details from DeSantis’s Florida, where Disney (!!!) is fighting back.
This incredibly powerful gathering proceeds for another 90 minutes, so join us at www.electionprotection2024.org. 
No Nukes!!!
Can Octopus be farmed? A new proposal by an aquaculture company to farm octopuses is raising concerns among animal activists, conservationists, and scientists about whether it is right to farm octopuses for the purpose of food. The company proposes that farming octopus will help reduce trawling practices and provide the cultural demand for octopus as certain places around the world eat octopus as part of their culture; however, others are worried about the ethical and physical problems that might arise from the farming octopus. Octopuses are sentinel beings that have been documented as feeling pain. They are also territorial animals so one would think that it would be difficult to put more than one animal in the same tank. I am going to explore the many aspects surrounding the question of whether Can Octopuses be farmed?   Links to articles:  1) http://bit.ly/40FDD5w 2) http://bit.ly/40EgNvq   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
TikTok Ban: Should marine science communicators be worried? The congressional hearing where the CEO of TikTok was questioned about the security of the app seemed like a total farce and there are many things that could be said about some of the conflicts of interest of the politicians in that most of them had Meta stock (a direct competitor to TikTok). However, the chair of the hearing said that she thinks the app should be banned in the United States due to safety and security concerns. The recent success of making the Willow Project go viral on TikTok showed a real promise for environmental campaigns to succeed and reach audiences with a specific message. But now, the app may not be around and this will impact creators on the app, including marine science communicators. I am going to talk about what you should do in this situation.   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
Lolita the orca might be going home Lolita is coming home…well maybe. The long-awaited journey home that people all over the world, especially the Lummi people (Indigenous people near the waters from which Lolita originated) closer to going home. The new owners of the Miami Seaquarium would like to release her, an NFL owner is ready to donate the funds, and local organizations are ready for her arrival. However, you may not see her home anytime soon as there are some regulations and challenges that need to be overcome before that could happen. We are going to talk about those challenges and more in this episode.   Link to article: http://bit.ly/3nw7uzg   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program – Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
Protecting Animal Migration (Part 2) Finishing up a two part series on wildlife migration, Monty speaks with Tim Greseth, Executive Director at Oregon Wildlife Foundation, and Suzanne Linford, founder of Protect Animal Migration. Listen as the three discuss the value in building dynamic partnerships to make effective, long-lasting change.
The Buzz – It’s All In Follow Up Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are back with a brand new episode of The Buzz.  There is tons of follow up and Tom and Fran are up to the task. "That's Hot" deals with the rare and not so rare while "This or That" discusses climate change and animal crossings.  We have a new question on the Question and Comment Line!  "Take it or Leaf it" allows the opportunity to recap.  Are you listening all the way to the end for our secrets? There is new merch! Music by RJ Comer. 
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130: Early Spring Morning Beside McArthur Swamp This was recorded on a cold morning in early spring beside McArthur swamp in Shasta County, California. Located just south of the rural town of McArthur, the McArthur Swamp provides important habitat for migratory waterfowl and other birds traveling the Pacific Flyway.
The recording starts in the early morning beneath the stars as light just began to build on the eastern horizon, and continues well past sunrise. You will hear numerous bird species including Snow Geese, Greater White Fronted Geese, Canada Geese, Sandhill Cranes, a variety of ducks, songbirds, and more. Listen for the sudden whoosh of hundreds of Snow Geese taking flight all at once, the gentle splashing of ducks and geese moving around in the water close by, the song of the Marsh Wren, and the wing sounds of ducks flying past. I recommend using headphones for the best listening experience. You will also hear distant sounds of the highway and other man made noise, and of course air traffic, which is unavoidable on a recording of this length at this location or just about anywhere in the state.
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Episode 154: The TEC Talk Book Club Strikes Back (Crucial Conversation, Chapters 4-6, with Bella Sorensson) The TEC Talk Book Club returns to cover chapters 4-6 of Crucial Conversations with NEI's Bella Sorensson! Having just completed the book with the other awesome folks of the original NEI Book Club, Bella joins us to talk about the chapters "Learn to Look", "Make it Safe", and "Master Your Stories". We compare the book's terminology with the words we use for the same concepts in animal training ("hot terms," anyone?), share our own tendencies on the "Silence and Violence" chart, and Google the difference between empathy and sympathy to see if Chris can gracefully admit that he's wrong.  Do you have any thoughts on Crucial Conversations that you'd like us to share on the show? Heck, want to join us on the show to talk about them yourself? Let us know at [email protected] and let's get you on here already!
Ep145 – The Preservation of Color, Which Colors can we Preserve? Join Kenny Troiano and his co-hosts, Nancy Troiano and Frank Bradley – as they talk about the breeding of gamefowl and chickens, and the issues that affect breeders like you. In this episode of Bred to Perfection Live, we will be talking about plumage colors, and which colors have the ability to be preserved and improved, and which should be avoided. We will also answer your questions. So, join us, and get your questions ready. This is a show you do not want to miss! We specialize in the breeding of gamefowl and chickens, and other breeding related topics. This includes the proper use of breeding programs. Also, it’s our mission to provide our members a greater understanding of poultry genetics, poultry health care and disease prevention, and how to improve the production and performance ability of their fowl. If you are interested in creating a strain, or improving your established strain, you are going to enjoy this show.  We also want to encourage you to join us at “The Breeders Academy,” where we will not only help you increase your knowledge of breeding, advance your skills as a breeder, but improve the quality and performance of your fowl. If you would like to learn more, start by joining our Breeders Bulletins (newsletter): https://www.breedersacademy.com/free_bonus/ To Listen to the show, go to: https://www.breedersacademy.com #breedinggamefowl #breedingchickens #gamefowlbreeders #chickenbreeders #gamefowlbreeding #chickenbreeding, #gamefowlnation, #selectivebreeding, #poultrygenetics #poultryhealth #backyardbreeders #breedersacademy #bredtoperfection #kennytroiano
EP: 160 I Gnome What I Saw (Members-Only trailer) Do gnomes roam the countryside? These creatures have been sighted, written about, and documented since the 16th century but most believe them nothing more than fairy tales. These little people are described as small humanoids who live underground and are said to be mischievous and elusive. We have an eyewitness–Lindsay, who joins Blurry Creatures to share her experience with gnomes. What did she see late one night while driving from New York City to Rochester? Become a member to listen to the entire episode.

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EP: 161 The Game of Gods with Carl Teichrib Like a sniper behind enemy lines, this week's guest Carl Teichrib does not view his position in the world as a spiritual spectator. Carl is the author of the Game of Gods, a comprehensive investigation into the changing nature of Western civilization and the revolutionary replacement of the existing Judeo-Christian framework with a new, and yet ancient paradigm. In this wide-ranging discussion, Carl addresses issues surrounding trans-humanism and touches on forgotten themes in Genesis. The original rebellion that began in the Garden of Eden is still alive and well. Carl provides insider intel from his own research and experiences in attending new age and pagan events like Burning Man, Pagan Con, and other global economic and spiritual events. What is happening behind the scenes and how is that driving the direction and trajectory of humanity and civilization?
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S2E46 – A Magical Warning The Cephalosquad finds themselves being helped by a mysterious stranger.  Please support Dugongs & Sea Dragons on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DugongsAndSeadragons
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