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Ducks Unlimited Podcast is a constant discussion of all things waterfowl; from in-depth hunting tips and tactics, to waterfowl biology, research, science, and habitat updates. The DU Podcast is the go-to resource for waterfowl hunters and conservationists. Ducks Unlimited is the world's leader in wetlands conservation.
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The Standard Sportsman

Brent Birch and Cason Short

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Join lifelong Arkansas waterfowlers Brent Birch and Cason Short as they discuss duck hunting's past, present and future with various thought-provoking leaders in the duck-hunting community. The guys will discuss hunting, waterfowl conservation and stewardship with a goal of leaving the sport of duck and goose hunting better than they found it. Presented by Yeti, Tom Beckbe, Lile Real Estate, Sitka Gear, Lite Boots, and Ducks Unlimited.
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Hi and Welcome to the podcast! My name is Chantel McRae and I will be your host. I started working for MBFI in January of 2022 as an Extension Specialist with the goal of increasing awareness and information regarding the projects and important research happening at MBFI. One of the ways we have decided to do that is through a podcast that shares information on the research projects that are being conducted here, as well as extension events and on farm practices and technologies. MBFI is a n ...
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Inner Harbor Cast

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Inner Harbor Cast - From live events to exclusive interviews, we're your go-to source for everything Syracuse. Inner Harbor Media – where your community comes alive online and through the airwaves.
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Reports of recent rain in the Dakotas and Canadian Prairies have stirred optimism among duck hunters already looking forward to the fall. How much rain fell, was it enough to fill wetlands, and did it arrive in time to benefit breeding ducks? Long-time guest Dr. Scott Stephens joins Dr. Mike Brasher and Katie Burke for a mid-May update on habitat c…
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Renowned taxidermist Shane Smith and his pal Matt Goodrich have traveled to several far and way places to chase ducks we never see in the Mississippi Flyway. These guys share wild adventures as they pursue King and Pacific Eiders in the Bering Sea. This is part one of a two-part series with Shane and Matt. Thanks to our sponsors: Sitka Gear, Lile R…
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Jeff Legaarden is a Business Development Specialist with MASC and a livestock coordinator. Jeff has been working for MASC for over 15 years and has worked with the Livestock Price Insurance program since its beginning 10 years ago. As well as working for MASC, Jeff has his own cattle operation, which he manages along with his wife and 3 sons. Today…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Kelley Powers and Brook Richard with Higdon Outdoors, MOMarsh, and Power Calls and the trio talk Canada goose calling. Powers, three-time World Goose Calling Champion, among other titles, brings a whole new level of calling capabilities to the DU Podcast. He provides an easy step-by-step guide to improve your capabi…
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This episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast features Mike Valley, a decoy carver, hunter, and commercial fisherman. Host Katie Burke delves into Mike's family history of carving, with his grandfather carving decoys during the Depression and his father continuing the tradition in the 50s until his recent passing. Mike shares insights into the rich c…
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Audrey Mayes grew up in south Texas and moved to Arkansas two years ago to be the Senior Marketing Coordinator for Remington Ammunition. Mayes shares the focus and versatility of Remington’s shotshell lines, working with and competing against their sister companies and getting more women authentically involved in waterfowling. Thanks to our sponsor…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Kelley Powers and Brook Richard with Higdon Outdoors, MOMarsh, and Power Calls to discuss calling whitefronts. Richard grew up hunting and guiding “specklebellies” in south Louisiana and has followed them north as their main wintering landscapes have shifted. He has called in competitions and is eager to teach other…
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“Sky carp” and “Saving the Tundra” are phrases that have become commonplace in the vernacular of light goose hunters across North America. Although born from well-intentioned conversations around once-hyperabundant light geese and the Light Goose Conservation Order, waterfowl managers consider these derogatory phrases undeserved and unfortunate. On…
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The hosts take a look at Texas Parks & Wildlife and the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission taking action outside of the recommended USFWS frameworks to conserve waterfowl important to their respective states. Cason and Brent also dive into the mission of The Standard Sportsman podcast and provide a clearer understanding of their viewpoints and takes r…
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Malcolm MacLean has spent his life in the cattle industry working for grazing co-ops, large ranches and feedlots. He currently lives in the Porcupine Hills near Pincher Creek, Alberta with his family. He’s now focused on teaching stockmanship and spreading awareness on low stress cattle handling. He has an online cattle handling school that prepare…
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Beginning in spring 2025, for the first time in over 25 years, light geese wintering in Texas will find it a quieter and more welcoming place. That is because in April 2024, Texas became the first state to officially end their use of the Federally allowed Light Goose Conservation Order. On this episode, Kevin Kraai, Texas Parks and Wildlife Departm…
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Spring is a time for waterfowl nesting, and it’s also a time when our feathered friends venture into our neighborhoods and back yards looking for a safe place to lay eggs and raise their brood. On this episode, Dr. Mike Brasher and guest host Dr. Jerad Henson are joined by Tim Jasinski of the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center to share expert advi…
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Mississippi native Ed Wall is a remarkably talented photographer and videographer who captures images for notable brands like Mossy Oak, Drake Waterfowl, and Ducks Unlimited, to name a few. Wall shares stories from running a camera during hunts, successes and failures from this past season, and dumb luck and missed opportunities with the camera. Th…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Kelley Powers and Brook Richard with Higdon Outdoors, MOMarsh, and Power Calls to break the ice on how to become a better duck caller. This step-by-step instruction is designed to help you improve your calling techniques this off season. Richard and Powers offer a simple approach to improvement and they provide real…
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On this episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast, former NFL player and Super Bowl champion, Derek Wolf, shares his background growing up in Northeast Ohio and his introduction to the outdoors through hunting. Despite the challenges, Derek's stepdad introduced him to hunting and football, shaping his passion for both activities. Tune in to hear more …
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Ardent conservationist, former Delta Waterfowl and The Nature Conservancy in Arkansas Board Member, and current steward of the family’s duck club, Kingdom Come, just outside of Stuttgart, Arkansas. David strongly believes the mallard hen limit in Arkansas needs to be reduced and elaborates on why this is important for the future of mallard duck pop…
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Today we are talking with Dr. Mary-Jane Orr about the Grazing: Impact of Utilization project, which looks at two different grazing strategies, 50% utilization and 80% utilization in rotational grazing. This project started in 2022 at MBFI and is still in progress. Mary-Jane leads a dedicated team at MBFI to advance Manitoba’s beef & forage industry…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Rusty Creasey, manager of the Coca Cola Woods in Arkansas, for a discussion about the off season. First, the two discuss the highs and lows of the 2023-2024 season and Creasey provides information on a few oddities he saw throughout the duck season. With water off the property, Creasey is preparing to clean up boat …
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On this episode of the Ducks Unlimited podcast, host Katie Burke interviews John Fandrey, a Wisconsin decoy collector. John shares his introduction to the outdoors as a child, following his father’s passion for duck hunting. John and Katie discuss the many types of decoys in Wisconsin and how the carvers’ styles change throughout the state. Stay tu…
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Dr. Doug Osborne is at the forefront of cutting-edge waterfowl research through the Osborne Lab at Univ. of Arkansas-Monticello and the Five Oaks Ag Research & Education Center. Osborne joins the show again to provide late and post-season movements of mallards and observations made afield during the spring banding season. We get into out-of-whack s…
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Host Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher sit down and discuss the hot topics of discussion for duck and goose hunters this spring. It may be turkey season, but avid duck and goose hunters still want to talk about waterfowl. Brasher provides an in-depth overview of avian flu, Season in Review document, habitat conditions, and a few other bits of mus…
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Host Chris Jennings is joined by Jay Anglin, Great Lakes Region Migration Editor for ducks.org to talk about the pace of the light goose migration in 2024. Anglin brings insight into the spring migration across the Mississippi and Central Flyways and offers information he has gathered throughout the entire season. Late January’s mild temperatures s…
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Champion of Champions & 3x World Duck Calling Champ, call collector, call maker, and the driving force behind the current iteration of RNT Calls. Stephens joins the show to talk about how he got into the sport, the history of RNT and how the company has grown into one of waterfowling’s iconic brands. Thanks to our sponsors... Yeti Sitka Gear Lite B…
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Dr. Yvonne Lawley is an associate professor in the Plant Science Department at the University of Manitoba. Her area of research is agronomy and cropping systems. Dr. Lawley’s research has focused on several crops including soybeans, corn, and wheat and a range of management practices from residue management, strip tillage, to cover crops. Her resea…
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