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Best Everglades podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Everglades podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Everglades Moon Local Council, representing the Florida Chapter of Covenant of the Goddess, a national organization of Wiccans and Witches. Covering what our "Moonies" are up to, Wicca & Paganism in the news, Interfaith & Outreach, Pagan Parenting, divination and all things Wicca! Visit our page http://www.EMLC.net Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EvergladesMoon Find out more about Covenant of the Goddess at http://www.CoG.org
 
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk m ...
 
Everglades National Park invites visitors to explore this unique landscape with our new audio podcast tour. The podcast is comprised of 13 tracks that lead listeners on a guided exploration down the main park road. Including stops at all the park's main visitor areas, the tour is a great way to make the most of your Everglades experience! Simply download all episodes of this podcast and play them in order as you make your way through the park.
 
Ecologists go from their own backyards to the edges of the Earth in pursuit of knowledge.Dealing with discomfort, sometimes dangerous animals, and unpredictable situations, they are rewarded with adventure and fascinating insights into workings of the planet's life.In this podcast we share, for the first time, the experiences of the faculty and students of the UF/IFAS Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.
 
There's no place anywhere else in the country quite like South Florida. From the Keys all the way up the Palm Beaches , WLRN's daily program Sundial brings you the stories that make our home unique. Interviews about news, politics, music, sports, arts, and food, all with a local twist. Are you a book lover? Sundial has a monthly book club dedicated to read, share and discuss books and characters that are unique to South Florida. You can join the conversation here . Do you love live music? Su ...
 
Welcome to the at the Slice of Heaven 24-Hour Pie Shop and Driving Range. When the going gets tough, the tough get going, but the rest of us will stay right here. It's a place where all-you-all can always leave your troubles behind. But let me make it clear, speaking for the staff and the regulars as well as myself. We are not saying you should actually leave your troubles here when you exit the premises. No, that's just plain crazy, and I for one can't use them. I have enough of my own. I'm ...
 
Ever get stressed while on the road in a RV?Well this podcast focuses on Stress Management while RVing. I retired in June 2018 as a Nurse. I have been a Stress Management Consultant since 2003. Trish and I have been planning on RVing for about 3 years, At that time, our knowledge base on RVing was zero.For many years I had wanted to buy a pop-up camper after I retired, I took Trish to a RV show to show her my plans. Well ..... she looked at pop-ups and said she couldn't camp in that, it was ...
 
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On this Tuesday, Feb. 25, episode of Sundial: Haiti’s Carnival shooting A protest in Haiti over police pay and working conditions ended in an exchange of gunfire between Haiti’s National Police force and the country's armed forces. February is meant to be a celebratory time in Haiti, with Carnival bringing tens of thousands of Haitians to the stree…
 
Mercury's in Gatorade, the sun, the stars, and the moon! This week we are discussing astrology and all the characteristics of the signs! We're joined by an astrology enthusiast and creator of dope content, Laniece Sims, to help us navigate this topic.The crew share's their favorite signs... and their least favorite. They also discuss compatibility …
 
Slocum and Charlie are well on their way to building a roller coaster empire in south Florida. The fact that their evil scheme could cause the ruination of one of America’s greatest national resources, the Everglades, mattered little to the two fiends. But it mattered to Riders In The Sky, who after thwarting the villains with the inadvertent help …
 
https://relaxrv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Relax-RV-Episode-41-We-visited-a-Tiki-Hut-picked-Oranges-visited-the-EvergladesTarpon-Springs-finally-found-great-hiking.mp3 We revisited a Tiki Hut bar in St Petersburg. Then we picked Oranges on Dooley Groves in Ruskin. Stopped by Tarpon Springs and ate at Mamas Greek Cuisine and bought a sponge. In …
 
On this Wednesday, Feb. 26, episode of Sundial: Florida Students Fail AP Exams A recent look at AP exam scores by the Florida Phoenix found that in 2019, nearly half the students that took the exams in the state failed. Educators are concerned about the state’s low performance. Reporter Diane Rado joined Sundial to explain why Florida students aren…
 
On this Monday, Feb. 24, episode of Sundial: South Florida woman given clemency by Trump Last week, President Donald Trump announced 11 pardons and commutations in high-profile cases. Among them: Judith Negron, a South Florida woman who was convicted in a $200 million Medicare fraud scheme 10 years ago. “You have to understand that Miami is the cap…
 
In recent years there has been a movement of sorts to rebrand units of the National Park System as “national parks,” a movement motivated in large part by the economic boost such a redesignation is hoped to have. In New Mexico there’s a group that’s opposed to turning Bandelier National Monument into Bandelier National Park. We discuss that issue w…
 
https://relaxrv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Relax-RV-Episode-43-Mardi-Gras-in-2-states-and-3-cities-WOW.mp3 We arrived in Fairhope Alabama and learned Mardi Gras originated in Mobile in 1703. We went to a Mardi Gras parade in Mobile Alabama which was our 1st Mardi Gras Parade ever. What a blast. While the downtown is filled with bars, Mobile kee…
 
This week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast is a healthy set of conversations with gear representatives and camera experts from several of the major camera and lighting companies that we recorded at the 2020 Depth of Field Conference. First we speak with Steve Heiner, of Nikon, discussing that company’s new DSLRs, including the flagship D6 a…
 
On this Thursday, Feb. 20, episode of Sundial: Environmental reporter moderates presidential debate The Democratic presidential debate in Nevada was moderated by its first climate journalist, Vanessa Hauc. "The Democratic field takes [climate change] very seriously," Hauc says. "Right now, we have a clear understanding of what is happening to our p…
 
On this Wednesday, Feb. 19, episode of Sundial: Coronavirus in Florida Florida health officials say they can’t disclose how many people statewide have been tested for the new coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. As of Wednesday, there are no confirmed cases of the virus in Florida. The Scripps Research Facility in Jupiter and other research facilit…
 
On this Tuesday, Feb. 18, episode of Sundial: Palm Beach County’s Election Concerns Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections Wendy Link told the Palm Beach Post last week that the county was targeted in a “ransomware” attack weeks before the 2016 presidential election. The county continues to face deep scrutiny after the problems it faced in the 2018 mid…
 
We hope everyone is still feeling the love from Valentine’s Day weekend! This week we’re joined by two lovely ladies Brittany and Leanne. We’re discussing the journey to love from a few different perspectives, single, in a relationship, engaged and married. Things get interesting when the crew shares the best way to get into a relationship....Check…
 
https://relaxrv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Relax-RV-Episode-42-Me-new-friends-in-Defuniak-Springs-visited-a-Fort-a-State-Forest-and-a-used-book-store.mp3 So, I fixed our slide issue (knock wood) and here’s a link to the video on how I did it!!! We avoided a tornado and then met fantastic people in Defuniak Springs Florida. We had great times me…
 
This week’s show kicks off our coverage of the Colorado River and how its health, or lack of health, impacts Canyonlands National Park and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Utah. We also take a peek at Grand Portage National Monument in Minnesota and what awaits intrepid park travelers who put it on their to-do list.…
 
On this week’s episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we welcome back to the program intellectual property attorney David Deal to discuss issues regarding copyright infringement, particularly as they involve three high-profile cases in which he is involved. Deal spoke with us last year about a case he had just litigated, Brammer vs Violent Hues Pr…
 
On this Thursday, Feb. 13, episode of Sundial: Palm Beach County Homeless Encampment Dozens of tents housing homeless people are clustered in "Tent City," a football field-size area in John Prince Memorial Park in Lake Worth. Palm Beach County officials visited the encapment on Thursday to speak with the homeless. Residents near the area have raise…
 
A new exhibition at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale explores the history and science of dinosaurs. Through animatronic dinosaur displays and examples of the latest technology used by paleontologists in the field, children are exposed to the science and profession of those continuing to study creatures from the Mesozoic era.…
 
In the opening scene of this month’s Sundial Book Club pick, “Cat Tale: The Wild, Weird Battle to Save the Florida Panther” by Craig Pittman, hunters in the Everglades chase down a panther shooting tranquilizer darts. They catch the animal. “I started with the most dramatic scene,” Pittman says. When he started working at the St. Petersburg Times (…
 
On this Tuesday, Feb. 11, episode of Sundial: New Bill Will Use Social Media To Find Gun Owners A bill being considered this legislative session would allow police to arrest juveniles and charge them with misdemeanors if they post photos of themselves on social media with illegal firearms. The leading voice on the bill is state Sen. Jason Pizzo, a …
 
What's more important? Being emotionally available or being able to provide for your family? Can a relationship survive with no affection? This week we are joined by the friend/brother that brought us all together, Hoop and we are discussing struggle love. We review the Bobby Love story from @HumansofNY Instagram page and share our opinions on it.T…
 
On this Monday, Feb. 10, episode of Sundial: Update on education policies in the 2020 legislature Florida business leaders have joined the fight to increase teacher pay. This year, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a proposal to set a statewide minimum teacher salary at $47,500 and to create a new bonus program. The business community agreed this will fo…
 
Candy Harrington, a journalist who traveled the National Park System to see how accessible lodges and trails in the parks really are, discusses her new book on accessibility in the parks. And Cory MacNulty and Erika Pollard from the National Parks Conservation Association’s Southwest Regional Office discuss the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s plan…
 
After using the “Snake Charmer’s Yodel,” Ranger Doug saved Riders In The Sky from certain, snake-filled doom, and the chase was resumed. Meanwhile, Slocum and Charlie rolled High Sheriff Drywall into a little ball and crammed him inside a runaway D10 Caterpillar. Unbeknownst to the villains, the D10 careened out of sight towards Everglades National…
 
On the suggestion of a listener, we contacted a few Australian photographers to get their take on the devastating bushfire season that has burned more than 18 million hectares and taken thirty-four lives, since June 2019. We were fortunate to connect with Nick Moir, self-described storm-chaser, wildfire photographer, and current chief photographer …
 
On this Thursday, Feb. 6, episode of Sundial: Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell On Trump's Aquittal On Wednesday, the Senate voted to acquit President Donald J. Trump on two articles of impeachment, that he abused his power and obstructed Congress. The Senate voted primarily along party lines, with Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah being the sole Republican who v…
 
On this Wednesday, Feb. 5, episode of Sundial: Miami-Dade Mayor Runs For Congress Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez has announced his run for Congress to represent Florida’s 26th Congressional District. At his final State of the County address in January, Gimenez pointed to a decade of economic growth and low unemployment, but Miami-Dade still…
 
On this Tuesday, Feb. 4, episode of Sundial: Legislative Session Update Guns at places of worship? That question's being debated during this year’s legislative session. A number of bills filed could expand where Florida residents are allowed to bring concealed weapons. Jim Saunders, a reporter with News Service of Florida, has been following gun-re…
 
Breakups hurt, losing someone hurts, being disrespected hurts but we're human and we all go through it. This week the crew is joined by John Scott, a long time listener and friend of the crew to talk about healing. They dig deep into how to recover from the pain and keep your life moving forward.Tune in and let us know how you recover from hurt? Be…
 
Emily Hoff and Maygen Keller discuss their upcoming book, Scenic Science of the National Parks, an Explorers Guide to Wildlife, Geology, and Botany. The book, scheduled to arrive March 31, is a wonderfully new guidebook to help you get the most out of your national park adventures. Tanya Shenk, National Park Service scientist, explains a draft fram…
 
Riders In The Sky have been thrown into a deep, snake-filled pit by the villains Slocum and Charlie! Fortunately, America’s Favorite Cowboys landed on a small ledge in the pit just out of snake striking distance. Meanwhile, High Sheriff Drywall, who has just finished the dike, has come to realize what Slocum is up to and has threatened to stop it… …
 
I don’t know if we’ve ever had two photographers with such divergent styles on the same episode. It would make little sense to even have them on together, except that their individual work is exceptional, and they are married to each other. This week on the B&H Photography Podcast, we return to a format that has served us well in the past—speaking …
 
On this Thursday, Jan. 30, episode of Sundial: Why are Broward schools losing students? A number of Broward County Schools are facing a serious drop in student enrollment. Earlier this week at a school board meeting, proposals to consolidate the schools were up for consideration. "[At the meeting] there wasn't much support from parents for consolid…
 
https://relaxrv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Relax-RV-Episode-40-We-visited-the-Everglades-the-Keys-South-Beach-in-Miami-and-Little-Havana-in-Miami.mp3 Well, I learned I love Rt 27 in Fla, and dislike I-75 ! We had great cinnamon buns at Knaus Berry Farm then drove the northern end of the Florida Keys and found some great parks like Crocodile Lak…
 
On this Wednesday, Jan. 29, episode of Sundial: A local infectious-disease expert on Coronavirus Thousands of visitors are descending upon Miami for the Super Bowl LIV this weekend and with concerns about the coronavirus, Miami International Airport has installed quarantine stations with dedicated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention staff to…
 
On this Tuesday, Jan. 28, episode of Sundial: Outdated prison sentences in Florida An upcoming Florida State University study shows there are hundreds of Florida inmates currently serving outdated drug sentence s that are no longer in state law. The study finds women (specifically Hispanic women) are being disproportionately impacted by these sente…
 
Being a non-traditional student is hard, but you want to know what’s harder? The drama these students are going through in college right now. This week, the Textually Active crew took a stroll through the HBCU Confessions twitter page to analyze some of the confessions that students across the country are sharing.... and ohhhh buddy it’s ghetto ove…
 
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