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Join David Willms, Mike McGrady, Nephi Cole, and entertaining guests each week as they use humor, storytelling, and more than 40 years of collective experience in law, science, and policy to explain important decisions affecting your outdoor experience. As the guys frequently say, "There are millions of acres of opportunity out there. They belong to you. Every day, decisions are being made that affect your land, your water, and your wildlife. You should know about them. This is Your Mountain ...
 
Welcome to the On the Wing Podcast with Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever. On the Wing is your destination for conversations about upland bird hunting, wildlife habitat, public lands, bird dogs, wild game cooking and epic adventures in search of pheasants, quail and grouse. These are the stories of Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever’s 145,000 members, volunteers, team of professional wildlife biologists and experts in the field. Our shows are recorded in person and often on the road from the ...
 
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Dave and Nephi join Randy Newberg’s Hunt Talk Radio- They discuss how the policy game works, an insider's perspective, what not to do, what to do, Dave’s top 10 rules for effective advocacy, R3, lost access, conservation matters, managing hunters and hunting, elk hunting stories, and other great tangents from three passionate hunters who are concer…
 
Our Women on the Wing Program Manager Marissa Jensen leads this episode’s fun conversation with MeatEater’s Danielle Prewett for a conversation about the organization’s upcoming virtual event on May 6th. Episode Highlights:• Danielle talks about her Deutsch-Drahthaar named “Zissou” as a nod to both the movie “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” and…
 
Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Amanda & Andy Doak for the story about how they fell in love through a mutual affiliation with the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association (NAVHDA). Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Hunting Heritage Program Manager Colby Kerber also joins the conversation to talk about Pheasants Forever and Quail Foreve…
 
Nicole Qualtieri tuned in to Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s recent Call of the Uplands campaign video launch at the same time she was studying America’s massive decline in bird numbers resulting from habitat loss. Our campaign’s bold effort to improve 9 million acres of habitat resonated deep within Nicole and she’s emerged as a vocal advoca…
 
Robin Van Gyn is a back country legend who's been filming in the Whistler back country and around the world. Her video parts are numerous and have won her the coveted Transworld video part of the year award. And Robin just won the Natural Selection tour finale in Tordrillo Alaska, so sick. I caught Robin in quarantine in Pemberton as she settled in…
 
This week the Dave, Mike and Nephi tackle the Alaskan Subsistence Hunting and Temporary Wildlife Special Action Request 21-01. A request to the interior department request being considered to close all federal lands within select game units in Alaska in regards to non-subsistence hunting of Moose and Caribou during the non-resident season.…
 
Hana Beaman joins the show this week for a conversation about her life in snowboarding including competing in this year's Natural Selection tour stops in Jackson Hole and Alaska. Hana embodies what it means to be a snowboarder which is why she's accomplished so much in her 20 year professional snowboarding career. She has won the US open slopestyle…
 
We crowdsourced bird dog training questions from the Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter channels for this special “Ask the Experts” episode featuring professional dog trainers Tom Dokken and Josh Miller. Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Director of Marketing Andrew Vavra joins host Bob St.Pierre for this enterta…
 
By Popular Demand- Today, the hosts talk about their respective paths into and through the outdoors industry with some career advice and wisdom peppered throughout. Whether you're looking at college course options, a mid-life career transition, or just want to know more about Dave, Nephi, and Mike's career path this episode is for you.…
 
Etienne Gilbert was a professional snowboarder with unmatched style. He grew up in Quebec and eventually moved to Whistler where his pro career on Nitro also included filming with Alterna, Sandbox, and Mack Dawg. Etienne's taste for style helped inform the Deja Vu crew making him one of the most influential snowboarders of his era. Support the show…
 
Biologist Monty Gregg closes out our western quail species series with a deep dive into California valley quail. A passionate bird hunter, Gregg talks about habitat, hunting, and the life cycle of valley quail. He also explains how the U.S. Forest Service is connected to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and America’s National Grasslands. Episode …
 
Wes Makepeace is the kind of snowboarder that stokes me out on doing this podcast. He's a legendary pro snowboarder who rides mostly at Whistler and Mt. Baker but he's also got a gap at Mt Seymour named after him. He had pro models with Aggression and Lamar. He's won at the Mount Baker Legendary Banked Slalom. And he's an accomplished singer song w…
 
Grasslands are inherently dynamic in space and time, evolving with frequent disturbance from fire and herbivores (bison, cattle, etc.). As a consequence of human actions, many remaining grasslands have become homogenous, which has led to biodiversity loss and decreased ecological services. Enter the concept of grassland heterogeneity. Host Bob St.P…
 
We continue our series of western quail species with this episode’s focus on the mountain quail. Mikal Cline, an upland biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, joins host Bob St.Pierre and PF & QF’s Western Regional Director Al Eiden for a conversation about mountain quail biology, habitat, and hunting tactics. Episode Highlights:…
 
Mike & Dave are joined by Jessi Johnson from the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. Topics Discussed: Join in on the Conservation Conversation The false need for a Recording Studio, 5 Things Episodes and their Shelf Life, How Pastries make the Legislative World Go Around, Smuggling Zebra Mussels in Pet Store Moss Balls, One Careless Flush Away, Wolves an…
 
Trevor Graves was a snowboard photographer who shot with the greats. His career was kicked into high gear when he moved from Syracuse to Oregon in the late 80's. Trevor shot some of the most iconic images of guys like Craig, Terje, Brushie, and so many other snowboarders... Stoked to have him on the show!! Support the show (https://paypal.me/fnradf…
 
This week Mike gives you an update on - 1)Senator Haaland's road to the Interior 2)5 Bills that are sitting before the House Committee on Natural Resources 3)March Hunting/Draw Application Deadlines 4)A Take on How the Pandemic created More Hunters 5)Wisconsin Wolves - A breakdown Don't miss out and head on over to our facebook listener group! This…
 
Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Western Regional Director Al Eiden for a conversation about scaled quail with John Sherman, a wildlife biologist with the Bureau of Land Management in New Mexico. A lifelong New Mexican, Sherman talks about his passion for scaled quail and the thrill of hunting them. Episode High…
 
Patrick McCarthy has to be the most stoked snowboarder I've ever interviewed. At 41 he still shreds at a professional level despite taking a position as team manager for 686. His ten year pro career includes magazine and video credits with all the majors. This year he's on a permanent staycation at Mt. Baker. I caught up with him in his home office…
 
This week your host Mike McGrady, David Willms, and Nephi Cole break down the current Ammo Shortages, the Value of Non-Resident Hunters and discuss the history of the Public Trust Doctrine. Want to join in on the conversation? Head on over to our Podcast Listener Group. Other Topics Discussed: Long Beards, Short Beards, Patchy Beards, the ammo supp…
 
Host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Western Regional Director Al Eiden for a conversation with Arizona Game & Fish Department’s Biologist Wade Zarlingo focused on Gambel’s quail. Zarlingo, a lifelong Arizonan, talks about how to hunt these fabulous desert birds and their habitat needs. Episode Highlights:• Zarlingo…
 
Tucker Fransen is an OG Tahoe Snowboarding Legend. He grew up in the Grass Valley home of the Grasser. Tucker rode for Sims and then left to join Morrow where he continued his pro career and learned how to design snowboards before eventually being hired as a designer at MLY and M3 (the Yoshida factory). I'm still in awe of the fact that I get to ta…
 
Brian Brooks, Executive Director of the Idaho Wildlife Federation, joins the guys to discuss Rep. Mike Simpson's plan to save salmon in the Pacific Northwest from extinction. They discuss: the history of salmon; the causes of salmon decline; the importance of the rivers for power and commerce; details of Rep. Simpson's plan to breach four dams alon…
 
On February 25th, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever announced the Call of the Uplands comprehensive campaign to raise $500 million to improve 9 million acres of upland habitat, introduce 1.5 million new people to the uplands, and permanently protect 75,000 acres of land FOREVER. It’s the boldest, most important initiative in the organization’s hi…
 
Brian Savard is a backcountry legend who grew up skateboarding in Port Alberni on Vancouver Island and went on to travel the world as a professional snowboarder for K2. Brian's powerful style landed him in the pages of snowboarding magazines around the world including Transworld and Snowboarder who sent him to places like India to be the first to s…
 
This week Dave and Nephi sit down with Ike Eastman of Eastmans' Publishing along with special guest co-host and American Hero, Kyle Lamb. In this episode, they discuss Hunting Outfitters as they hang in the balance and what the future may hold based on current events and policy. Join in on the Discussion Guest Bios: Ike Eastman - President of Eastm…
 
Upland hunting is an experience like no other. For those who may be new to the uplands but seek the serenity of the prairies, the rugged desert uplands of Southwest, or the fall colors of the Northwoods, we bring you our new content series, “Path to the Uplands” to help you embark on a lifetime of new adventures. The Pheasants Forever and Quail For…
 
Teasing Next Weeks Episode and discussing the 5 things you ought to know! CONTEST: New Episode Series. New Name. Join the Podcast Listener Group to weigh in on the decision. Representative Cyrus Western’s Baby got a name… Wyoming House Bill 122-Hunting and Fishing Access- reliable funding Montana SB 143- Updates Significant Bill Change when it come…
 
SPECIAL MIXED BAG MASHUP EPISODE: In the second installment of this series, host Bob St.Pierre is joined by Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast, Travis Frank of The Flush, and Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s very own Marissa Jensen for an entertaining conversation recapping their 2020 bird hunting seasons. Episode Highlights:• Travis Frank …
 
Don Szabo is a Pro Snowboarder from southern California who rode for Nectar, Airwalk, Life's Beach, Lamar, Blackfly's and a handful of other companies in the 90's. Don was integral to creating the modern day snowboard pro career. Don Szabo could be seen in Transworld, Snowboarder, The Creatures of Habit movies, gracing the pages with his freestyle …
 
This week your hosts Nephi Cole, Mike McGrady, and Dave Willms sit down and talk with Wyoming Representative Cyrus Western to discuss a new piece of legislature aimed at providing reliable funding for hunting and fishing access in Wyoming. Want to continue the conversation? Join the brand new "Your Mountain Podcast Listener Group" today! Bills Disc…
 
Gwyn Howat is the CEO of Mt Baker. I interviewed her back in 2015 and lost the audio for 6 years! Gwyn's family moved to Mount Baker when her father Duncan took the job of Operations Manager in 1968!! Ever since the Howat's have operated Mt Baker off the grid, creating one of the world's greatest snowboarding mountains. 1985 saw the invention of th…
 
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