Best ecotourism podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Arizona Trails
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An audio hiking guide of trails throughout Arizona
 
As your personal travel counselor, it is time for you to explore your passion, travel passion that is. Shopping, dining, romance, wellness lifestyle, retreats, entertainment, sports, contributing to earth's sustainability i.e. "going green" whether in your local area or across the globe.
 
Join your host, Meredith Medland, 3outcomes.com founder and NLP coach, in deep and intimate conversations with guests who share their emotional experiences of ecological awakening as well as the "pain points" that keep them moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle. While most green shows are about tips and tricks, LivingGreenShow.com highlights the psychology of ecology, with in-depth interviews about the attitudes, values and beliefs that are the motivators for the actions and behaviors o ...
 
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Geopark Naturtejo
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UNESCO Geopark Naturtejo Meseta Meridional, key-testimonies of Earth History. Ecotourism. Geomorphologic, geological, palaeontological and mining heritages are composed by geosites with national and international relevance
 
Management Consultancy Purveyor Events | Shows | Conferences | Venues | Eco-Tourism | MICEUK & International Events Management Consultants'Voluntary/Not-for-Profit Sector & Fundraising Freelance Consultants’
 
BeProvided Conservation Radio takes you from the Santa Cruz Mountains to Africa with expert interviews in wildlife biology, conservation, environmental education, eco tourism and much much more. Our interviews help bridge the gap between international conservation efforts and local conservation efforts. Learn how you can help close to home and worldwide to save our wildlife, plants, water and environment. *Music by http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music
 
Join your host, Meredith Medland, 3outcomes.com founder and NLP coach, in deep and intimate conversations with guests who share their emotional experiences of ecological awakening as well as the "pain points" that keep them moving toward a more sustainable lifestyle. While most green shows are about tips and tricks, LivingGreenShow.com highlights the psychology of ecology, with in-depth interviews about the attitudes, values and beliefs that are the motivators for the actions and behaviors o ...
 
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I met Monika Egerer through Colby Anton (previous podcast interviewee about studying cougars in Yellowstone) , both are PhD candidates in the Environmental Studies at University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC). I am excited to share Monika's work with urban garden ecology because urban gardening can bring quality food and quality of life to nei ...…
 
*Dr. Rodney Jackson and his wife, Darla Hilard with snow leopard cub Jackson. Photo credit: Robbi Pengally. Today's episode is part 2 of 2 episodes with Dr. Rodney Jackson of the Snow Leopard Conservancy. If you have not yet listened to Part 1, I highly recommend it. In Part 1 Rodney talked about his background and how the Snow Leopard Conserva ...…
 
Celebrating Snow Leopard Conservancy on July 4th! *Photo Credit: Karen Czekalski. Rodney in front of a mountain vista taken in Hemis National Park in Ladakh, India in 2013. I have a treat for you today- a conversation about snow leopards with Dr. Rodney Jackson founder of the Snow Leopard Conservancy. For the past three decades, Dr. Rodney Jack ...…
 
Suzi Eszterhas, our next podcast guest, told me she is no longer a workaholic, but as our conversation progressed, I had to wonder if she was telling me the truth! Suzi has created an internationally recognized name for herself in wildlife conservation photography, particularly baby animals and their families. She leads three group photo tour a ...…
 
Healing Power: The Human-Animal Bond This week our guest on the show, Susan Janin, is an advocate for all animals from domestic cats to snow leopards in the Himalayas. My interview with Susan, especially our conversation about Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) gave me a reason to reflect on how my own pets have helped me heal during traumatic t ...…
 
I am excited to introduce our guest today, Kathryn Arnold the co-founder, Story Curator and Editor in Chief of Wild Hope Magazine. Wild Hope is a beautiful publication sharing stories from scientists, nature writers, artists photographers, poets, naturalists and citizen scientists all dedicating their lives to help protect our planet. I just re ...…
 
It was a sunny April afternoon as I approached a tree-lined apartment complex located in San Mateo. I avoided any extra caffeine that morning because my mind was already racing. I was to meet and interview an artist and naturalist I admire, John Muir Laws. In my head were so many questions that I knew I could not fit them all in during the time ...…
 
Marian Brickner: Wildlife Photographer, Artist and Author At age 55, Marian Brickner realized she had to do something to stop people from killing each other and anything that looks different. She set out to show the world through photography that, even though we all look different, we are living beings and should be respectful to each other. Th ...…
 
Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom television show during the 1970s inspired so many people I have interviewed, including myself, to fall in love with wildlife. If you aren’t familiar with this show, (maybe you are too young!) it was a show bringing adventure, exotic animals, and different cultures into our American living rooms every week. Marlin ...…
 
Igniting Change With Ash Lauth and Blake Kopcho On May 8, 2018, Marcia from BeProvided Conservation Radio will publish her recent interview with two campaigners from Ignite Change, a program of the Center for Biological Diversity. In this episode you will learn the importance of activism and grass root campaigning for the environment and wildli ...…
 
How many of us have followed a path in life because people said: “it is the right thing to do?” I know I did and so did our guest Kerri Wolter. Kerri says as a true animal lover, "this was not really the direction I wanted to take, but my horse needed to eat!" She was speaking about having to take a corporate job to pay bills.The paths we follo ...…
 
This is a story of what can happen if you have so many air miles accumulated that you can take you and your partner anywhere in the world. In 2000, a lawyer, Alan Feldstein, accumulated so many air miles that he could take his wife and himself anywhere they wanted. Alan and his wife, Diane decided to take their first adventure to Africa. So off ...…
 
During last week's mist net and bird banding field trip with Point Blue Conservation Science at the Palomarin Field Station facility just north of San Francisco, Marcia had the pleasure to hear the stories from four interns in the conservation science field. Marcia thought these stories were great to hear. She is sharing them with you in today' ...…
 
Spring is the busy season for the avian ecologists and interns of Point Blue Conservation Science working at the Palomarin Field Station just north of Sausilito, California. Point Blue Conservation Science has been at the forefront of protecting nature for over half a century. The Palomarin Field Station is one of the premier national locations ...…
 
I am re-publishing this podcast from last year for a couple reasons: One, I have lost my voice and have had the flu for the past couple weeks and have fallen behind in interviews! Two, the Spring Wildlife Conservation Expo is just around the corner on April 21, 2018. If you love wildlife and nature and meeting amazing like-minded people, you sh ...…
 
Angelina Mertens is referred to as a “Sustainable Bridge Builder!” She helps bridge the private, public and social sectors with the work she is doing. She also creates the bridge between California and Namibia for the Cheetah Conservation Fund. I first met Angie through volunteering at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in Namibia where I work ...…
 
Meet Colby Anton, PhD candidate at the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC). Marcia interviewed Colby Anton at the beautiful UCSC campus to talk to him about his work with cougars and wolves in Yellowstone National Park. (This is Colby in the photo by Justin Duffer:NPS with his four legged workmate. Not a bad work setting at all!) In this ...…
 
Meet the two men behind the Bird School Project located in Santa Cruz, California; Darrow Feldstein and Kevin Condon. Darrow and Kevin founded the Bird School Project in 2014. Both found a lasting connection to the natural world after attending a backpacking course for new students enrolled at University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC). After g ...…
 
This episode is about a personal story of human-wildlife conflict mitigation. Meritho Juma Katei grew up as a traditional Maasai in Tanzania. As a child he thought of lions and carnivores as his enemy because they would eat his family's livestock. As he grew up, his mother would teach him how to love life and nature; including people and animal ...…
 
Join Marcia as she speaks with Ashley Stone of the Bonobo Project and the upcoming events for the Second Annual World Bonobo Day. With the 2nd Annual World Bonobo Day around the corner, please join us in celebrating bonobos on February 14. We have some awesome and creative events so that anyone and everyone can join the effort to build awarenes ...…
 
Today’s episode is interesting and inspiring; it is about a new online tv series created by our guest Jonathan Barron. He created, narrated and wrote the music for Johnny Ocean and Me, the collective title of three TV series: Johnny Ocean in the English language, Juanito Oceano in the Spanish Language and Johnny Da Hai in Mandarin Chinese. Jona ...…
 
Jillian Estrada, the Preserve Manager and Conservation Coordinator for the Desert Tortoise Preserve Committee (DTPC) explains why we should all care about the desert tortoise and her love for nature and Africa adventures in our upcoming podcast on Tuesday, December 26th. You can find out more about the DTPC’s work, events and how you can help a ...…
 
Veronica Yovovich is a wildlife biologist whose research focuses on understanding and preventing conflict between livestock and carnivores. She recently completed her Ph.D. in the Environmental Studies Department at U.C. Santa Cruz, and is currently the Wildlife Conflict Specialist and Science Program Director at the Mountain Lion Foundation. S ...…
 
Doug Smith grew up on a farm outside Cleveland, Ohio, which his father purchased, not to farm but to educate youth about nature and outdoors. Like many midwest parents I know that had children during the same time as Doug's youth, they gave him freedom to roam and explore the natural world. His first love were birds but he enjoyed every aspect ...…
 
Morris Animal Foundation: Helping animals have healthier lives This week our podcast is with Dr. Kelly Diehl, DVM (Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine) of the Morris Animal Foundation. They are the foundation providing scientific research to help save our domestic animals, such as cats, dogs and horses, to wildlife around the world. Kelly’s passion ...…
 
I spoke with Ashley Stone, founder of the Bonobo Project for our podcast. I learned a lot about bonobos and during my research and with speaking with Ashley. I also fell in love with these animals. In every picture you see of two or more, they are playing, hugging, having sex and always in phyical contact with each other. They are referred to a ...…
 
December 4th is International Cheetah Day! It is the birthday of Khayam, a cheetah that Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), re-wilded to Namibia from Safari West in Oregon in the late 1970s. Through trial and error, she taught Khayam how to hunt. During these early visits to Namibia, Dr. Marker spoke with farmers ...…
 
In honor of the upcoming International Cheetah Day on December 4th, we are releasing some of our archived Cheetah Conservation Fund interviews for the next two weeks. Today our special guest is Ashley Flaig a veterinary nurse and lead cheetah keeper at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia. I had the pleasure to interview Ashley during my vi ...…
 
Rebecca moved to Botswana to work at Mokolodi Nature Reserve. Upon discovering that there was no conservation going on for the regularly persecuted and endangered cheetah in 2002 she decided to initiate a program to protect this threatened cat species. As CCB’s co-founder and longest standing member, Rebecca is the cornerstone of CCB and the pr ...…
 
This week is all about bats! We are celebrating bats today with Amanda Bevan of the Organization for Bat Conservation located in my home state, Michigan. Grey and I spoke with Amanda via Skype. Amanda shares her story about her first bat encounter while in Indonesia and how that experience changed her outlook about bats. Amanda’s life was also ...…
 
I first heard of Amanda Loller and Bat World Sanctuary in an interview on Mongabay (a great conservation resource). She was talking about Bat World Sanctuary's bat rescue efforts after Hurricane Harvey in Texas. I knew we needed to speak with her about this. Bat rescue news after big storms was something I have never heard of and though people ...…
 
Marcia and Grey interviewed Ken in home in Santa Cruz to discuss the importance of the removal of invasive, non-native plant species. We also learn how one man can create and lead an amazing team of volunteers to do this hard but necessary work. This shows one person can make a BIG difference. I hope you enjoyed Part 1 of Ken Moore’s interview ...…
 
Marcia and Grey speak with Ken in his beautiful home in Santa Cruz to discuss Ken's 50 years and more involvment with eradicating invasive plant species. He shares some great volunteer stories and his own personal story of how he began to appreciate the natural world. More information on the Wildlands Restoration Team: http://www.wildwork.org V ...…
 
Marcia and Grey interview Mike Splain in the Ventana Wilderness Alliance office in downtown Santa Cruz, California. Mike Spain's Bio: A native of Maryland, Mike Splain relocated to California in the 1990s and has since pursued wild lands conservation as a supporter, volunteer or staff member for various advocacy organizations, including Forests ...…
 
Charlie is the Board Chair for the Wildlife Conservation Network. He retired early as a successful Stanford-educated entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. He founded software company Rubicon Technology in 1989 and sold it in 1994. His retirement lasted six days, until he launched full-time into applying his business acumen and experience to wildlife ...…
 
Marcia and Grey speak with Chris Wilmers about his love for the large predators such as pumas, lions and wolves. We discuss his current projects with SC Puma Project and how people can get involved. Chris Wilmers is a professor of environmental studies at UC Santa Cruz and lead investigator for the Santa Cruz Puma Project. The Puma Project is a ...…
 
Jennifer is a Fine Art Conservation Wildlife Photographer and founder of Experience Wildlife Photography living in California. She specializes in creating meaningful images that convey a message of hope for the natural world. Jennifer feels strongly that by sharing these images of beautiful animals in their environment, she can inspire others t ...…
 
Fred is a rare species in this area for that he is a native Californian. At least in Silicon Valley I don’t meet very many native Californians. Fred grew up in the San Fernando and Kern River Valleys. He has an amazing amount of education and teaching experience. Fred received a BA in biology at Northridge State University and a MS in biology a ...…
 
Grey and Marcia interview Portia Halbert about her work with CA State Parks at Natural Bridges State Park. Meet Portia Halbert, she is an Environmental Scientist with the Santa Cruz District of California State Parks. In our next BeProvided Conservation Radio Podcast, Portia tells us what it is like to manage 70,000 acres of parkland in the San ...…
 
Like many of us passionate about wildlife, Gautam left a perfectly good job of 20 years as an IT consultant with Accenture to devote his life and career to seek out alternative approaches to support wildlife conservation. He is now combining his passion with his technical experience in the creation of The Internet of Elephants, a social enterpr ...…
 
Asher Jay is an international adventurer and public figure whose compelling paintings, sculptures, installations, animations, ad campaigns, and films all have a single purpose: to incite global action on behalf of wildlife conservation. Asher's travels to the frontline have made her witness and story-teller, combatting illegal wildlife traffick ...…
 
Today our special guest is Paige Seitz, she is the livestock guarding dog coordinator at the Cheetah Conservation Fund. I was able to interview Paige outside the café of the CCF Center, so you may hear some people, birds and clanging of pans in the background! I enjoyed getting to know Paige and I fell in love with dogs and goats she cares for. ...…
 
Jen Michelsen serves the San Lorenzo Valley Water District as Environmental Programs Manager, a position she has held since 2014. Jen also serves as a director on three boards, including the Santa Cruz Mountains Bioregional Council, Safe Water International, and Fire Safe Santa Cruz County Council and is a member of the Santa Cruz Mountains Ste ...…
 
Brett Byers talks about tropical rainforest conservation and management. Learn how deforestation and poor forest management is contributing to global warming. Learn how tropical rainforests, say in the Amazon, effect weather patterns here in the US. Brett has been a venture capitalist for the past 20 years, and became concerned with global warm ...…
 
In today's episode, Grey Hayes and Marcia Sivek speak with Dr. Betsy Herbert about her life dedication to forest conservation, specifically redwood forests around the Santa Cruz Mountain Area. Betsy also shares discoveries made about environmental issues while spending a year traveling across the world. We had a great conversation near the shor ...…
 
Grey is focused on reindigenation, the process of humans integrating into their home landscapes so that they occupy those landscapes with reverence for many future generations of humans and nonhumans. To realize this, he participates in collaborative learning involving scientific exploration of traditional ecological knowledge and interdiscipli ...…
 
Introduction/Closing by Dale Willman and Music by www.bensound.com Marcia grew up in a small town in northern Michigan. It was a place, at the time, abundant with nature and exploration. Marcia's love for nature and wildlife stems from childhood when her father would take her on adventures such as mushroom hunting, fishing, and wild blueberry f ...…
 
Inspiring youth for conservation is our goal and our guest today plays a great role as a model example how following your dreams not only benefit you, but the world. Today our special guest is Peter Humphrey’s Gonzales currently the youngest intern at CCF. Peter gives his story on how he came to CCF and love animals. I really enjoyed working wi ...…
 
Today our special guest is Michael Helms, He has a PhD and MBA. This is one interview of many showcasing the dedicated men and women who have fallen in love with the work that the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia is doing. This interview has helped me gain a better understanding of what goes into and what needs to be done for conservation o ...…
 
This is the first of a series with staff, interns and volunteers at the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia. I first interviewed Founder and Director of CCF, Dr. Laurie Marker outside her office at CCF where we enjoyed a mix of a beautiful sunset on the Waterberg Plateau and an incoming thunderstorm. After the interview I was able to record th ...…
 
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