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Best Habitat Management podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Habitat Management podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
The Revolution with Jim & Trav is a voice for the outdoors on the airwaves. The Revolution dominates the outdoor radio segment as the fastest growing nationally syndicated radio show and podcast dedicated to outdoor enthusiasts. This weekly radio show and podcast aims to accomplish a simple goal: to promote the participation in and enjoyment of outdoor activities, especially hunting and fishing.
 
Deer University podcasts are all about deer biology and management. Drs. Bronson Strickland and Steve Demarais are both deer hunters, deer biologists, professors of wildlife management, and co-directors of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. Steve and Bronson are so crazy about deer biology and management that they made it their career! Our goal is to explain how you can use deer research to improve your hunting and management experiences. Don’t take for granted what your buddy says o ...
 
Distribution of goodies in our society is determined by families, firms, and governments. Attempts to change how rewards and punishments, benefits and costs, are spread through the population cause conflict. The hosts are an economist, Morton Marcus, and a financial advisor, John Guy. Expect whimsy.
 
Have you read a story or seen a photograph of an endangered species and something inside you became inspired to help? Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit humanity. Host, marine biologist, and entrepreneur, Alicia Amerson, interviews project leaders, provides on-air coaching, and solo episodes to show how you can take your big idea a ...
 
SourcingMatters is a talkshow for critical issues and the wonderful stories woven into our food system. Broadcasting from the Northeast U.S. - we host less-than-an-hour conversations with interesting characters from all over the globe. Visit our dialogues library to hear more from these folks making all kinds of good things happen. Chatting-up leaders focused on food system reform and reducing our environmental imprint, host Aaron Niederhelman examines both the problems and solutions paramou ...
 
Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world. Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic a ...
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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Jason talks with Daniel Vitalis, creator of WildFed about foraging for wild edibles where you hunt and fish. Controlling your food supply has never been more vital than now. Foraging for nutrient dense wild edibles offers medicinal and health benefits that ensure a robust immune system to tackle all diseases.…
 
On this episode of the Iowa Sportsman, Dan is joined by returning guest Billy Pryor to talk about turkey hunting. Billy and Dan discuss what you can do before the season even starts to increase your odds of getting a big tom within shooting range. Then, the guys throw out a variety of scenarios like when a tom is henned up or the birds are not resp…
 
In this episode of the Podcast, Reid is joined by John Carpenter, Upland Manager and Fly-fishing Manager at Orvis Sandanona. John is a beloved member of the Orvis shooting community, and one in a series of folks who we hope to get to know better through the podcast. He is a native New Englander who began a career at Orvis nearly 7 years ago as a tr…
 
This week on The Revolution with Jim and Trav it's all about the Off-Season Grind. From planning fall hunts to conservation and habitat management projects, the boys will cover it all! Joining them will be Gordon Whittington of North American Whitetail magazine and TV, plus David Morris from "Tecomate Whitetail Nation" and Ford Motor Company Super …
 
Our guest host, Rabbi Evan Moffic shares biblical lessons from Solomon that can be applied to business and life. Today, Rabbi Moffic talks about how to deal with stress and anxiety in the wake of this economic downturn. As well, he extends some knowledge from David Allen about effective planning. Key Takeaways: [1:45] Text the word “Income” 66866, …
 
Mark shares with us the results of his thesis research on forest stand improvement (FSI) and prescribed fire as habitat management tools for deer and turkey. Specifically he shares how forest thinning affected the plant community, if fire damaged trees, whether non-target trees were killed by herbicide, and the ideal herbicide mixture for forest st…
 
In light of the Covid-19 outbreak, Reid is working from home, and doing regular short podcasts to stay connected. In this installment of the Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast, Reid shares some feedback from Doug Manzer, PhD., who responds to the Steve Grossman episode about the differences between Sharp-tailed Grouse and Prairie Chicken habitat. R…
 
Dan Flores is the author of 10 books on western US history include the New York Times Best seller Coyote America, he is A B. Hammond Professor Emeritus at the University of Montana and lives in my home state of New Mexico. About 45 minutes south of my home town in Santa Fe. Coyote America, if you haven’t already listened to or read the book will te…
 
During this week's podcast, we are self- quarantined in separate offices as we record but we keep bringing the heat on land management information. This spring has been a blur and we have many new and exciting projects that we have been working on across the country. We review a few quick highlights from recent consultations in Kentucky, Tennessee,…
 
Recently we sat down with some of the top Wild Turkey Biologists in the country who are studying the decline of turkey populations through the South and Southeast. We're taking another look into some of the biggest factors causing unsuccessful nests when we chat with our very own Kyle Hedges. You may have heard that Turkey and Quail can have multip…
 
Our guest host, Rabbi Evan Moffic shares biblical lessons from Solomon that can be applied to business and life. Today, Rabbi Moffic discusses wisdom that can be used in understanding how to react to the Coronavirus Pandemic dilemma. Be a leader by having hope and confidence in the future. Key Takeaways: [1:30] Text Income to 66866 for a free guide…
 
Dave and JP took a conservation approach this episode to discuss the methodology toward improving a private lake that you share access to, and how to properly assess the current state of the fish present. Jeff Buckingham from the state of Arkansas joins the show to give an expert approach on things such as potential habitat improvement, selective h…
 
Habitat Podcast #75 - Jeff Lindsey from The Lindsey Way, joins Jared and Brian on a new Habitat Podcast episode. This was a great episode as Jared and Brian have followed the Lindseys for years. We cover: How Jeff and David do their diverse food plots, Buck Bedding - Timber vs CRP and what is better, New Habitat Plans - How to take a new property a…
 
So we have written down the goal of the property. We surveyed the SURROUNDING area of the property to see what strengths and weaknesses exist OFF the property....now we turn to the decisions ON the property. FIRST though...we must have the discussion over the most CRITICAL thing we have to make our property the BEST at: SECURITY.…
 
Reid and Orvis Gunroom Manager Greg Carpiniello take a moment away from the turmoil to reflect on some lighter subjects. Specifically, the two dig deep into the history of the iconic Winchester Model 21. A true American Classic, the 21 is among the most cBy The Orvis Company
 
On this episode of the Iowa Sportsman, Dan talks with the CEO of the National Deer Alliance, Nick Pinizzotto, about Iowa House File 2458 and how it will help manage the spread of CWD in the state of Iowa. "HF 2458 authorizes the Committee on Natural Resources to "establish a wild animal disease management zone and take such actions within the zone …
 
Today, Rabbi Evan Moffic discusses wisdom and the pursuit of a life of freedom, and a life of true wealth, success, and significance. Evan shares some of the same principles the ancient Israelites used and how they are applicable in today’s investment real estate. Lastly, Evan reminds us of the importance of how we treat the land that we are borrow…
 
Dr. Stanley D. Gehrt is the Principal Investigator of the Cook County Coyote Project, having initiated the study in 2000. As Chair of the Center for Wildlife Research at the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation, he directs a variety of research projects both at the Foundation and around the country. Dr. Gehrt continues to supervise many daily aspects of …
 
Over the course of building Land & Legacy, Nathaniel Maddux has seemed to stay in the shadows, despite his immense support in the mission. Nathaniel is the owner of Slate & Glass Productions which creates documentaries and films for brands and individuals looking to share their stories. Nathaniel and his wife also own Niangua Coffee, which is based…
 
If you missed the QDMA Whitetail Weekend, we give you a taste of what the seminars and educational opportunities are present at the event. Every year, we speak at this event to help educate people on how to increase the value of their property for whitetail deer. This year, we presented on the reasons and value of managing the natural resources for…
 
Ep. 96: Margaret O’Gorman – President of Wildlife Habitat Council || For episode 96 we welcome the President of the Wildlife Habitat Foundation, Margaret O’Gorman. O’Gorman operates at the intersection of business and nature. As President of the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC), she helps companies find value in natural resources conservation and mai…
 
Rabbi Evan Moffic talks about living in fear, especially in this day of Coronavirus pandemic. But fear isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The way in which we handle fear can be a strength. Part of success comes from confronting our fear, and getting out of our comfort zone. Key Takeaways: [2:15] Dealing with the Coronavirus panic in the air [3:30] “The…
 
In this installment of the podcast, Reid explores some dog training tips and misconceptions with Ronnie Smith and Susanna Love of Ronnie Smith Kennels in Pawhuska, OK. In response to listener questions, Ronnie and Susanna explore the definition of a ‘correction, while also dispelling some common myths and misconceptions about dog training. Reid, Ro…
 
Conservationist and Photographer, Celina Chien, is giving a voice to wildlife in the age of the Anthropocene. "I stumbled across a few other photographers and I realized that I've never even considered it before as a medium of \ communicating conservation and communicating science but I found that it was the perfect bridge between conservation and …
 
There is no room for non-native invasive species on the landscape. These species vary from region to region, but the presence of them is not welcome. Non-native species do not have their natural predators therefore, landowners have to become the predator of choice. It falls on your shoulders to eradicate or at the very least, keep them from spreadi…
 
Timber management is not a question of if you should implement it, but when. However, there are serious misconceptions as well as misunderstandings of techniques. This podcast is devoted to fuel the need and educate the audience on how to implement proper timber management techniques on your hunting property. Landowners are plagued by analysis para…
 
One of the most powerful skills to master as a conservation project manager is communication, put simply know when it is time to talk, and not talk just for the sake of talking. We’ve all been to one of these meetings where someone just keeps talking about something that was covered already. Wishing the project manager would redirect the conversati…
 
By now you know we are kinda nerdy when it comes to wildlife and facts about how they work and function. Well this week we take science and the function of how birds such as wild turkeys and waterfowl see! The light spectrum changes when you see through there eyes. Since this is the case, it begs the question, how do they see you? This week, we sit…
 
While in Nashville at the National Wild Turkey Federation Convention, we caught up with Pure Air Native’s Justin Adams. He took time to sit down and review the power of native plants on the landscape. The last few weeks we’ve have talked with biologists about the requirements for wild turkeys across the country. Some of the key components consist o…
 
On this episode of the Iowa Sportsman, Dan talks with Jim Coffey of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources about all things wild turkey. Jim talks about the current population decline as well as the factors that are at play. Jim then discusses topics like breeding cycle, their habitat, their biology and cleas up some popular misconceptions. Last …
 
Gulick's recent work focuses on the Tongass National Forest of Alaska. The Tongass contains one-third of the world's remaining old-growth coastal temperate rainforests, and the largest reserves of old-growth forests left in the United States. Her book, “Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest,” is the recipient of an Independent P…
 
This week, we sit down with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commissioner to discuss the direction of wildlife and landscape management in the state. We were encourage to hear of the direction this new commissioner was taking the department. Arkansas is an extremely diverse state offering flooded bottomland, prairies, agriculture land, woodlands and sava…
 
Last week we spoke with the man who was in charge of the restocking efforts of the the wild turkey across North America. This week, we sit down with two biologists Mike Chamberlin and Brett Collier to discuss wild turkey numbers and why they are plateauing or even dropping. Wild turkey reproduction is a complicated matter, but as we find out today,…
 
One of outdoor television's most energetic and known personalities, Kip Campbell of Red Arrow, has fought back from a multi year battle with Lyme Disease to land back among the most active, seen, and laughed with hosts in the industry. The road to return however, was long and tumultuous. He detailed how proper diagnosis saved his life, and made a r…
 
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