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A podcast exploring biology, ecology, and introduced and invasive species around the world. We are interested in super neat science about nature, and how humans interact with the nature, wildlife, and the rest of our environment. We take a serious approach to research, and a less serious approach to the delivery, so we can all have a bit more fun along the way. In loving memory of Nicholas McCarney.
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Audible Mount Diablo

Joan Hamilton: writer, producer

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Audible Mount Diablo is an invitation to adventure. Its free multimedia tours combine lively interviews and music with the rush of wind and the chirps, howls, and growls of wildlife. Naturalists heighten visitors’ appreciation of the sights and sounds at each stop, tell tales of the mountain’s past, and suggest what to look for around the next bend. Perfect to prepare for your first--or your hundredth--trip up the mountain. Sponsored by Save Mount Diablo and the Mount Diablo Interpretive Ass ...
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Keeper Chat

Flora & Fauna

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Two zookeepers talk weird animals. Informative, irreverent, and sometimes funny. Learn about animals in a way you never have before, with all the dirty details from two people who aren't afraid to call animals out on their junk.
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This Podcast is about pets that vets consider 'Exotic' i.e. need specialist care, and other animals that people love! Ferrets, rabbits, guineapigs, horses, rats, mice, lizards, snakes, fish but also actually exotic pets like fennec foxes and sugar gliders... and any animal that people love such as wildlife. This podcast used to be Stolen Our Hearts about ferrets and exotic pets.
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RAMA Blueprints Podcast

5 Sisters Audio Garden

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From the 5 Sisters Audio Garden, in partnership with CARECEN SF, Instituto Familiar de La Raza, Pacific Islander Resource Hut, Change Elemental, and private individual donors, we present RAMA Blueprints. The story about San Francisco's Real Alternatives Program (RAP), a revolutionary youth service organization who practiced Self-Determination and empowered their generation, community and city. In 1969, Jim Queen co-founded Real Alternatives Program or RAP, a youth advocacy agency with an emp ...
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The Geologic Podcast is a weekly podcast consisting of personal stories, comedy sketches, news commentary, music and movie reviews, science advocacy, original songs, and interviews. Its host and producer is musician, composer, drummer, comedian, storyteller, TEDx speaker, event emcee, and vigilant defender of the Theory of Gravity— George Hrab. The content often draws from Geo’s musical career; the music industry in general; his adventures as a semi-almost-famous critical thinker; his fascin ...
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Peaceful. Ambient. Educational. A quiet podcast with less talking and more walking. Join me, Amy Parker, a native Floridian, for real walks in nature and old Florida. From long leaf pine forests and marshy swamps to landmarks of historic significance, each episode is an actual journey across Florida terrain. You never know what we'll encounter. Some episodes you'll discover the flora and fauna in Florida, some episodes you'll learn about the rich history of Florida. In every episode you'll h ...
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Each week, the Wired Science Video Podcast reports on the latest in green tech, health, science, bioethics and space exploration. Obsess over NASA's latest moves, theories on body- and mind-hacking, and the curious habits of our planet's flora and fauna.
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Underhive Lorekeepers is a podcast that focuses on the lore and history of Necromunda, a tabletop strategy game by Games Workshop. Each episode will focus on a specific aspect of the game, its background, history and factions, as well as other supplementary information from Necromunda and the Warhammer 40,000 universe as a whole.
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Irish Nature Heritage

Irish Nature Heritage

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Welcome to Irish Nature Heritage, the podcast where Ireland's stunning natural landscapes and rich historical tapestry come to life. This series invites listeners on a journey through Ireland's realms of flora, fauna, and folklore.
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Wassup World News

Wassup World News

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Wassup World! Wassup World News presents the Weekly Wednesday Wrap Up where we rebreak stories that impact our planets flora and fauna. Every Wednesday we will be rebreaking news regarding Water, Air, Soil, Urban Spaces, Power and People.
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Tir-Kai Tales

Jacquie Schmidt

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The human condition is universal as everyone manifests their own destiny. Journey into the adventurous lives of stunt performers and equestrians as they share momentous turning points in their experiences that left an indelible impact upon their heart and career. Witness the legacies formed from their connection to the people, places, flora, and fauna of the amazing world in which we live. Allow their stories to illuminate the many facets of your psyche in the hope that this knowledge will b ...
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Join host, John Fraley, in an exploration of fun aspects of the natural world: interesting bird and wildlife species, other fauna, and flora, much of which we can find on the FVCC Campus. The podcast features interviews with naturalists and wildlife professionals and students doing interesting projects, as well as funny and unusual aspects of nature and wildlife management. Listeners can learn about nature in their own backyard (or campus). John's experience includes hosting a wildlife and n ...
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Welcome to ‘Tales o Hoy’. This podcast series from Orkney, Scotland, will transport you to the dark enchanted island of Hoy, where a valley of voices will take you on a walk through time and place. Hear about the flora, fauna and folklore of Hoy. Dig deep into the archaeology of the island. Listen to personal tales both old and new, with music by James Watson. Visit Google Earth to access an interactive map and virtually travel each route: https://earth.google.com/earth/d/1ZYhUo9BGJuAqC3ipgt ...
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Fenrir

Eyes Shut Studio

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In the mystic realm of Dovus, a man and his animal companion face the fearsome creatures and corrupt cultures of the land as they pursue a long forgotten friend. A New Fantasy Audio Drama / Storytelling Podcast Fenrir is set in the world of Dovus, a sprawling and mystical realm filled with species seen nowhere else. The power of these fauna and flora brought about generations of research and study in Dovus which finally bore fruit with the first Jomir, a human who could bond with another org ...
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TOTEM TRAXX is the home label of DO SHOCK BOOZE, launched in 2010. TOTEM may be a supernatural worship in which each group or person experiences a supernatural relationship with specific music, Mother Nature, flora and fauna, or extraterrestrial civilizations, and wishes to receive special powers and blessings. Now we embark on a journey to discover new energies yet to be discovered in an encounter of electronic tribal dance, trance flavors and ambient music. Founded by @do-shock-booze Demo ...
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Wild Minds Podcast

Nick Donavon, Mike Stoess

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Faced with a world of increasingly complex legal, industrial, and social systems, it can feel paralyzing to attempt to make any meaningful ecological impact on the world. Hosts Mike Stoess and Nick Donavon break through these monolithic challenges that the world faces, seeking simple, attainable solutions for the average person that focus on backyard issues, rather than global dilemmas. On top of tackling ecological issues, Nick and Mike explore ways to better enjoy the outdoors and take in ...
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Genetically, mountain gorillas are amongst our closest living relatives, and also one of the world's most endangered species. Half the world's remaining population survive in the forests of Uganda. This album explores the challenges facing conservationists at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Known for its exceptional biodiversity, the Park became a major tourist destination when it opened for gorilla tourism in 1993. The problem is, because the Park lies in the heart of one of the most den ...
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Exploring Arizona Life Science Research and Biodiversity with the Tree of Life Web Project. The series focuses on Sonoran Desert biodiversity and research at the University of Arizona. The Bugs of the Month sub-series features entomologist Carl Olson. The work of the general community, teachers and learners is also showcased, and we welcome contributors from all walks of life, as well as features that highlight the connections between cultural and biological diversity.
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Podcast on Natural Dallas (The P.O.N.D.)

Podcast on Natural Dallas (The P.O.N.D.)

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We provide a virtual space focused on learning about the flora and fauna, geology, climate, and other natural elements of Dallas and the broader North Texas area. In our podcast episodes, we feature the expertise of professionals and serious amateurs who are passionate about the natural world. The P.O.N.D. is brought to you by the staff of the Dallas Public Library.
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Dock of the Bay: Stories of Sausalito offers a variety of insights into a singular sense of place, in this case, the city of Sausalito. Through a combination of research into native flora and fauna, conversations with long time locals and first time tourists, census information, and more, a uniqueness emerges that lets you know there is no place in the world quite like this one.
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Environment Deep Dive

Civil Service Climate + Environment Network

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The Civil Service Climate + Environment Network presents Environment Deep Dives, explaining and exploring the biggest issues in environmental policy. We talk to experts on topics across Climate Change, Sustainable Development, Natural Resources, and Biodiversity & Ecosystems. Please note, the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of CSCEN. Sign up to our monthly mailing list, The Branch; Visit our website (where transcripts are posted); Subscribe to our Youtube channel; ...
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The Galapagos Islands are famous for inspiring Charles Darwin to form his Theory of Evolution based on the biodiversity he'd observed there. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of his "On the origin of species", and the unspoilt islands still fascinate researchers. Some of the plants and animals that live here are found nowhere else on Earth. Today that biodiversity is under threat from an increasing population, tourism and invasive non-native species. The video tracks o ...
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Plants can’t talk, but we can! The Plantastic Podcast is a show for plant killers, green thumbs, and everyone in between. Listen along as Dr. Jared deconstructs the practices of the best plantspeople of our time so that you can better cultivate your plants and yourself.
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Welcome to "Get Outdoors Daily," the podcast that invites you to rediscover the magic of nature and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul. In a world dominated by digital screens and constant connectivity, we believe in the power of stepping outside, breathing in the fresh air, and reconnecting with the beauty that surrounds us. 🌿 Episode Highlights: 1. Natural Sounds Detox: Embark on a journey with us as we explore the incredible benefits of disconnecting from the digital world. Our Natural ...
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The Hudson's Bay Company is one of the earliest corporations in the world and the oldest commercial organization in North America. It began as a fur trading company in 1670 and today owns a variety of retail corporations selling a diverse range of goods. In The Fur Country by Jules Verne, the plot describes how a team of Hudson's Bay Company members travel through the Northwest Territory of Canada with the aim of establishing a mission on the Arctic Circle. The members are a mixed bunch. One ...
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A wonderful coming together of two writers who wrote their books more than half a century apart. Neither of them had ever visited the remote islands they were writing about yet they provided inspiration for a couple of exciting adventure tales. In 1838, Edgar Allan Poe published The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. It was the only complete novel published by the American author. It was the story of a young boy who stows away on board a whaling ship and it goes on to relate the ev ...
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Hunter Gatherers

Philippe Koo & Teckwyn Lim

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Discussions about foraging cultures, peoples and practices with anthropologists, researchers, advocates, artists, and hunter gatherers themselves. Hosted by Philippe Koo and Teckwyn Lim.
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Explore environmentalism from every angle with me, Phil the Fixer, through the stories of leaders, creatives, and innovators in climate activism, clean energy, permaculture, environmental justice, green buildings, outdoor exploration, and ecology.
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Not your usual nature chat, series two of the Wild Dunedin Podcast delves into sharky waters and wild forest orgies, tries to figure if your cat has played you, asks if ancient New Zealand got dunked or if the days of doing bombs into the local river are done with. And we definitely, absolutely, resolutely will not put in a sneaky episode about climate change (that you actually could enjoy).
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Game designers show you their favorite monster, how it works, why it works, and what it means. Each bite-sized episode features a D&D or TTRPG designer and the monster of their choice.
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Palaeo Jam

Dinosaur University

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Palaeo Jam is a podcast exploring a range of issues in science and the community, using the multidisciplinary aspects of, and public fascination with, palaeontology. Palaeo Jam uses fossils, and other objects from palaeontology, to explore a range of scientific and social issues, and incorporate key research and discoveries into its content. Each episode has a theme and is restricted to a strict, 30-minute timeframe. Each episode has a panel of up to three guests, and is hosted by award-winn ...
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Canada's Local Gardener podcast will feature Dorothy, Shauna and a guest from Canada’s gardening world. The three will bring knowledge and humour to various topics for green thumbs and would-be green thumbs to listen to and enjoy. The monthly series will further cement the Local Gardener team as go-to gardening experts in the eyes of Canadians.
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Unstructured Thought was conceived from our love of origin stories. We love to hear stories about how people got where they are and where they plan to go. Our focus will be mostly on small business owners in the creative industry. Our dream is to share these stories of amazing people getting started, work and life, mistakes made, and lessons learned.
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The Show Notes SGU! Eclipse! Texas! Woah! Intro How much should pain cost? Interesting Fauna - Indonesian macaques and their tools. Heh. Now What’s Ted Cruz Done? - iHeartRadio’s Shady Super PAC Contributions Ask George - Bar Music in Nashville? from Chris in VA Religious Moron of the Week - Julie Green Tell Me Something Good - 40-year promise kept…
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On February 8th, 2024 we facilitated a discussion about the current state of Juvenile Justice in San Francisco as part of our Tres Generaciones/Three Voices conversations. In this eXtra Commentary we are joined by two frontline staff of Tia Chucha’s Trauma To Transformation team Elvia Aguirre and Freddie Chavez. They work and serve youth incarcerat…
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As we expand into natural areas we are undoubtedly expanding into the habitat of other animals. However, sometimes, instead of being pushed out these animals adapt to our landscape… becoming what we refer to as “urbanized.” Today, we dive into co-existing with urbanized black bears in the Tahoe area with Toogee Sielsch! Links from the episode: Foll…
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Hey there Scummers.After a HILARIOUS April fools joke, a few of our wonderful listeners decided that they werent exactly happy with your favourite hosts.So after a few messages, dm's and one particularly soul crushing email, the bullying finally worked and we have an Abhumans episode!In this episode, we cover the hooved party animals themselves, th…
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The Show Notes The thing is rarely the thing Intro Beat: Belew, Vai, Levin, Carey Interesting Fauna - Pebanista yacuruna or Giant Dolphin Community Calendar for April Ask George - Blazer, Sport Coat, Suit Jacket? from Tim R. - Whistling? from Wil G. - Acoustic Vai & Satch? from Michael G. Religious Moron of the Week - Nuumo Borketey Laweh Tsuru XXX…
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Hey there scummers! It's a weird place here on Necromunda, with not only us regular folk, the nobles and their weird haircuts and murder suits, or the muties and their particular taste for human flesh, theres also another kind of scummer. That's right, we are talking abhumans. Not close enough to be regular humans and not far enough to be (rightful…
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It is the ground dried fruit of Rhus coriaria that’s used in cooking throughout the Middle East. The fruit of our southwestern species of sumac is almost always used as a refreshing tart drink and you come across local names like Apache kool-aid, sumac-aid or Rhusade. And, it has been used that way by indigenous folks for centuries. Reem Kassis is …
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The Show Notes It’s REALLY hard to predict the future… Intro The Truth vs. Alex Jones Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’Up - Special CIA Edition Drowning ≠ Drowning LIVE Religious Moron of the Week - Preacher Robert Larson Ask George - Vocal notation? from Everett Tell Me Something Good - Lunch Leads to Dog Adoption GEO & SGU in Texas HraBand Ju…
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Here kitty kitty kitty. Did you know there are black bobcats in Florida?! And a lot more wild cats in the USA than you might think! Join me chatting with Carnivore Ecologist Aidan Branney about his new paper on melanistic bobcats, as well as how we can work to start getting big cats back on the landscape, in a way that actually works for all the st…
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Welcome to the forges, scummers. In this absolute GOLIATH of an episode, Spamuel and The Manvant dive deep into the true personification of the brutal and violent nature of Necromunda, House Goliath. From their strange origins and their birth into the chains of their betters, the Goliath have evolved and taken control of much of the industrial powe…
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How can we reconcile the competing demands for land across government? How is it possible to account for all the different environmental, social, cultural, geographical and geological factors that determine land use? Bryony Loveless, DESNZ, talks to Rachel Fisher, Deputy Director of Land Use Policy at DEFRA, about her work and background, from the …
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Penstemons are in the Figwort Family, Scrophulariaceae. There are about 250 species and the majority of them, 99.9999%…okay I dunno, but there is only one other species somewhere in Eastern Asia… are found in North America and most of those are in the western United States. Lucky us and yay! Oh, and here is a fun factoid: It was botanist David Mitc…
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The Show Notes Nostalgia Intro Dark Side of the Eclipse (in Austin!) Bitter Angelica LIVE Ask George - Ryan Gosling singing? from Lill-Erik A. A Little Bit of Guitar History Religious Moron of the Week - Andrew Wommack Tell Me Something Good - Amber’s Egg-cellent Idea Spring has boinged… sort of Watch for Geo’s concert vids on YouTube Show close ..…
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We love finding grinding holes in rocks when out traipsing in the wild. One of our favorite destinations when we lived in Tucson was the Coyote Mountains west of town. There was spot in one of the canyons where we found grinding holes and it became a family and friends gathering place. “Let’s meet at grinding hole rock.” You can find grinding holes…
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The Show Notes Sweeping the kitchen floor Intro “My eyes see Oppenheimer” The History Chunk - March 13th How the show went, & thanks, JD! Religious Moron of the Week - Pastor Tommy McMurtry David vs. What’s-his-name Ask George - Stop Shouting? from Carrie P. Interesting Fauna - The lava cricket or Caconemobius fori or Úhini nēnē pele Tell Me Someth…
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Reptiles are an underappreciated, and often feared, group of animals… So, who will come to their aid when they need it? Well none other than Florida’s local reptile superhero, Swamp Girl! Join me chatting with Kim Tittergton, founder of Swamp Girl Adventures, all about the good, the bad, and the ugly of reptile rehabilitation. From impossible turtl…
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Hello there Scummerinos! In this episode the boys get into some of the underhives most brutal melee options. From the classic chainsword, to the brutally efficient chainaxe, with a diversion in glaives, fists and hatchets, there is a way to carve your Sanguinala grox "meat".We teach the Manvant about graceful use of eviscerators, the foolishness of…
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Tony and Billy talk with one of their urban wildlife heroes, Stan Gehrt, who has been studying Chicago’s coyotes for more than 20 years. Dr. Gehrt has just authored a new book Coyotes Among Us: Secrets of the City’s top Predator. We talk coyotes, mange, how to pronounce “coyote,” coyote predation on deer and woodchucks, which is cuter: fawns or coy…
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The Show Notes Paying compliments and time travel Intro Sinus bradycardia? Interesting Fauna - Danionella cerebrum Ask George - Drumming movie? from Pat Seeing Stop Making Sense AGAIN Religious Moron of the Week - Jay Shetty Tell Me Something Good - Loose Ends: craft finishers Terpsichore Live & Complete time is NOW Show close .....................…
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I was mistaken about Arivaca’s vulture celebration. It is not early March, but later in the month. Apologies to them, but hey, the good news is that you can celebrate turkey vultures all of March. Yay! We’ll have some small flora and fauna spring celebrations at our home. Your home too? Hey, check your very local listings for flora and fauna spring…
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The Show Notes Late-night clock dilemmas and thunder Intro Super DVDs Tell Me Something Good - Ruth Gottesman’s Billion Dollar Gift Ask George - Chopin? from Alex Religious Moron of the Week - Rabbi Aharon Ramati Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’up - John, Joe, Flo, Aldo, Yanko, Brubo, Mo… TERPSICHORE Live & Complete, March 9th Show Close .....…
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What is actual eco tourism and how do you sniff out a hypocrite greenwashing company? Join me chatting with Dr. Camille Fritsch about hippos, eagles, snakes, and lions, and his new science based ecotourism initiative in Africa. Also, ever wondered what Africa’s stinkiest animal is? The answer might surprise you Links from the show: Camille's IG htt…
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I have so many memories of hikes or journeys in southern Arizona that include walnut trees…sometimes up high in the mountains or as I mentioned in this episode, a riparian canyon cutting into the Sonoran Desert. They’re part of the flora and fauna that make the borderlands so diverse, beautiful and occupied, not vacant. The photos are mine and take…
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Hello there scummers! The boys have been digging around some of the unlooted vaults in Temenos and have pulled out a bit of old school lore. In this episode, we dig into the ancient denizens of the under-underhive, the Ratskins! From their mysterious ability to navigate the hive, their reliance on sugar cane and their spiritual and familial traditi…
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The Show Notes Motivation vs Action Intro Tuck-tuck is a real idiot The History Chunk - February 21st Religious Moron of the Week - Arend and Anneesa Feenstra Ask George - Ween? from Åsmund Now What’s Ted Cruz Done? - Airport Legislation Tell Me Something Good - Flight AA 372 Celebrating Bessie Coleman TERPSICHORE Live & Complete Show close .......…
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The etymology of the word mistletoe is all over the place and has been traced to Old English, Middle English, Anglo Saxon and old German…a mix of all of the above. I do like the meaning “dung on a twig.” And listen, mistletoe is really an excellent plant for birds, so why don’t native plant nurseries offer Phoradedron californicum for your ironwood…
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In 1969, the Real Alternatives Program called for the closure of SF’s Youth Guidance Center. 50 years later in 2019, the SF Board of Supervisors overwhelmingly approved the closure by the end of 2021. RAMA Blueprints hosts a live discussion with community members and leaders who were active in the Shut YGC down movement over the last 50 years. The …
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The Show Notes Happy Valentine’s Day! Intro Super Bowl as Cultural Event Interesting Fauna - Mutant Wolves in Chernobyl Religious Moron of the Week - Idaho Rep. Heather Scott Ask George - Talking vs Singing? from Nick Zone of Interest Tell Me Something Good - Woman Visits Every Country In The World SGU & TEXAS Terpsichore Live & Complete Show close…
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Combining Art and Science to tell a story is a real… well, art! Join me chatting with Dr. Heather Hinham, founder of Second Nature Creative Interpretations about her interpretive work, from digital media to interpretive trails and more, Heather helps bring stories to life for the community! We also chat a little about career transitions and how to …
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Tony and Billy talk about one of their favorite critters, the (urban) woodchuck (a.k.a. groundhog, monax, whistle pig, etc.) and its marmot relatives around the globe. Other topics include yellow-bellied and hoary marmots; when iNaturalist makes it look like a critter has an urban distribution, but it’s really just a park next to a city; WTSHTF hob…
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When I used to give talks I would always show photos and talk about our regional yucca species; Yucca elata, Y. baccata and Yucca madrensis… Yucca madrensis, by the way is the former Yucca schottii, but here’s what’s cool about this resident of the Madrean Evergreen Woodlands; it’s pollinated by a different moth species than Y. baccata or Y. elata.…
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Hello there scummers!In this episode, Spamuel and The Manvant go another trip through the bucket list of destinations you do not want to visit on Necromunda.We take a look at some rural cousins of the Palatine cluster, delve deep into Spamuel’s love of westerns and men named Russell, Nath goes into his growing appreciation of House Orlock and then …
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The Show Notes The challenge of polkas Intro The Walnut Street Garage A Little Bit of Recording History Religious Moron of the Week - Washoe County Commissioner Clara Andriola Ask George -Parkinson’s & Identity? from Randy Tell Me Something Good -Music as Executive Function Terpsichore Live & Complete, March 9th Show close .........................…
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I read in HORTUS THIRD that there are about 150 species of Vaccinium found in “cool temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere,” 40 of which are found in North America. In this episode I rattle off some of the common names I came across, but think of all the hundreds of names indigenous peoples must have given to these shrubs. Pretty cool. I love…
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Hey there scummers!In this episode, Spamuel and The Manvant break down the reveals from the LVO, the event proving once again that EVERY model is a Necromunda model.Getting into the episode, we explore fauna L through X, from the sneak attacks of Lashworms, Necromundan giant rats and their Skaven cousins, eventually getting to Ur-Ghuls and the drea…
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I don't want you digging too deep into this, but I think there is something in the dark...Welcome back scummer, it's been a hell of a ride.What started off as a simple attempt at murder-cyborging old Gerontius has really turned into a whole thing, hasn't it?In this episode, the boys close off the Aranthian Succession with a bang, a scream, a Squat …
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