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On a remote mountain in Hawaii, there's a fake planet Mars. Six volunteers are secluded in an imitation Mars habitat where they will work as imitation astronauts for one very real year. The goal: to help NASA understand what life might be like on the red planet—and plan for the day when the dress rehearsals are over, and we blast off for real. Host Lynn Levy has been chronicling this experiment from the moment the crew set foot in their habitat, communicating with them through audio diaries ...
 
The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
Habitando é o podcast de Arquitectura Sen Fronteiras Galicia. Con Habitando pretendemos facerte chegar o día a dí­a da nosa organización, os proxectos que estamos a desenvolver, e sobre todo educar e sensibilizar no Dereito ao Hábitat.
 
The Oklahoma Outdoor Podcast explores the wildlife and natural resources of the Sooner state. A diverse range of topics include conservation, habitat, strategy, and some good old fashion storytelling. From whitetail strategies to fishing, come join the discussion as we pick apart the great plains, mountains, and river bottoms Oklahoma is famous for. The intension of this podcast is to educate and entertain, with the ultimate goal of getting more out of the outdoor experience.
 
Dedicated to documenting humanity by gathering stories & sounds from the most remote locations around the world. The goal for the show is to take you, the listener, back to mankind's earliest form of entertainment: story telling. Therefore, every week features an interview with an adventurer in their natural habitat in order to provide an audible journey packed with adventure information & inspiration. Everyone has a story & different perspective, we aim to share the stories from the world’s ...
 
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 ...
 
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
The relationship between sea and land has always been one of dynamic change. Yet, as rising sea levels threaten habitats for wildlife and humans alike, we are today more vulnerable than ever. The 11 video tracks on this album address the complexities of environmental change, focusing on the Blackwater Water Estuary in Essex where a coastal retreat scheme is in operation, managed biodiversity at Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire, and the search for sustainable forms of development along the River ...
 
We are free looking for a new label that will house us and take good care of us. For bookings & business inquires: post@noisezoo.com Biography Noise Zoo is Thomas Jacobsen and Richard Gjerdin. Just cubs when they discovered the wonder of music, both artists have risen to prominence within the industry. Thomas Jacobsen has created an impressive legacy under his alias, Jaco. Released on the likes of Black Hole Recordings, Enhanced and Euphonic, Jaco has been honoured with support by the big ca ...
 
We all know about the doom and gloom associated with environmental issues. We need to tell ourselves a new story. Instead let's talk about energy independence, green jobs, livable cities, clean water, clean air, and healthy children. This is where politics, perceptions, and life-style meet the catastrophe that is unfolding in front of our eyes. Here's a suggestion — subscribe, tune-in, and skip the impending apocalypse.
 
Hey, what's up? My name is Ty. I'm a struggling musician who is running for mayor of a small town in California. I have absolutely no background in politics, nor any relevant experience in local government. I compensate for these things with an abundance of self confidence and a whole bunch of crazy promises. In my new podcast you can follow along with my campaign, from it's genesis to my inevitable soul crushing defeat. This show is probably NSFW. Thanks for your time and vote #Ty4Mayor2018!
 
This series centres on a unique population of African leopards. The elusive cats are losing a battle with a powerful enemy: humans. Habitat destruction and persecution by farmers have pushed Cape mountain leopards to the brink … and their fate now rests in the hands of a dedicated wildlife conservationist. Quinton Martins knows that research is key when it comes to saving a species – but gathering data about these animals is not easy.
 
The Wildtalk Podcast is a production of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division. On the Wildtalk Podcast, representatives of the Wildlife Division chew the fat and shoot the scat about all things habitat, feathers, and fur. With insights, interviews, and listener questions answered on the air, you'll come away with a better picture of what's happening in the world of Michigan's wildlife. Thank you for listening. Email questions to: dnr-wildlife@michigan.gov or call 517 ...
 
Stories of hunting, fishing, hiking and backpacking in British Columbia from the perspective of new hunters. Follow Mike and Kelly's adventures in the backcountry and hear stories from special guests that include other rookie hunters, experienced outdoorsmen and experts in the field
 
This gifted nature writer who is so good at describing animals and their habitat and habits here gives us a look at many of the fascinating creatures that can be found on the seashore. Starfish, the many types of crabs, shrimp, sea weed and finally something called the Precious Wentletrap which I will allow your imagination to think about for a while. His writing is clear and, as always, easy to read. Note that these are presented as educational 'lessons' on the various animals found near th ...
 
Our team at Savior Realty has been serving homeowners and helping the local Dallas Fort Worth community since 2015. Our goal is to help burdened homeowners who, due to various reasons, need to sell their homes. Our desire is to partner with our local community to help those in need. We give back a percentage of our profits to local charities that benefit the community, like the YMCA of Dallas, Dallas Area Habitat For Humanity, and 6 Stones. We are not just looking for house transactions; we ...
 
The aim of this podcast is for me to arm you, my amazing workplace-casual army, with the weapons needed to combat the potential and perhaps inherent downsides of our chosen lifestyle. Most of us spend at least 40 hours per week at our place of work (47.7 hours is the actual average - even if we only get paid for 37.5 hours). We put time and effort into what our home looks like. We put research into the car we buy or the clothes we wear. Why wouldn’t we put at least that much effort into how ...
 
The 100% Wild Podcast (formerly known as Whitetail Q&A) is a fast-paced audio and video podcast, produced in collaboration between Wired To Hunt and DOD TV, in which top hunting experts from across the country answer your most pressing hunting related questions. Hosted by Mark Kenyon of Wired To Hunt and Matt Drury of Drury Outdoors, in each episode of 100% Wild we’ll be tackling one of your very own questions about deer, turkeys, habitat or herd management and much more. And joining us to e ...
 
Each Green Economy Hero podcast features someone you’ll enjoy getting to know. Leading environmental lawyer, Dianne Saxe, will explore who they are, what their business are doing, and how it is making a difference in facing our climate crisis. We will hear about their challenges, their successes, and their dreams. And we’ll learn their advice on how you too can build a green business in Canada.
 
C9::GoingNative is a show dedicated to native development with an emphasis on C++ and C++ developers. Each episode will have a segment including an interview with a native dev in his/her native habitat (office) where we'll talk about what they do and how they use native code and associated toolchains, as well as get their insights and wisdom—geek out. There will be a small news component or segment, but the show will primarily focus on technical tips and conversations with active C/C++ coder ...
 
Let's Talk Deer Podcast is a collaboration between Grandpa Ray Outdoors, CEO John O’Brion - https://www.grandparayoutdoors.com/testimonial---field-staff and whitetail expert Bruce Hutcheon - https://www.deerhuntinginstitute.com/dhi1offer. These experts will be interviewing the best of the best in the whitetail world when it comes to growing a balanced deer herd. Bruce has interviewed over 700 whitetail hunters, authors, and personalities when he was host of Whitetail Rendezvous Podcast. His ...
 
Fascinating stories about nature, why we need it in our lives, and the passionate Canadians helping to protect it. In this seven-part series, we’ll take listeners to some of Canada’s important natural areas, from the Bay of Fundy to Victoria. We talk to Canadians helping care for these places, from scientists to hometown heroes. Connect to Canada’s nature. Learn about the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s conservation work. And be inspired to find out how you can help support this work.
 
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Habitat Podcast #111 - Hunter Fodor joins Jared and Brian for an informative discussion on all things Forestry. Hunter is who Jared used on his property in 2020. We cover: Foresters being Anti Hinge Cutting, How to Hire a Forester & Why, Lowering your Property Tax through Forestry Programs, Types of Foresters You Can Use or Hire, Working with someo…
 
After our three-part series on pollinator habitat on organic farms, we had a meeting with the guests to dive a bit deeper into the ins and outs. Listen in on the conversation between Sarah Foltz Jordan and Karen Jokela from the Xerces Society, Joan Olson from Prairie Drifter Farm, Kaitlyn O’Connor from Prairie Moon Nursery, and hear their answers t…
 
Just days before a new administration takes over, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it would remove protections for 3.4 million acres of forest land currently considered critical habitat for the northern spotted owl. The owl is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act, and inspired bitter fights between the logging industry …
 
Reality TV has captivated audiences since it's inception, and new lines are crossed every season... sometimes too far. Wether it's a contract dispute, physical altercation or a downright murder, something threw these shows off the rails. Mikey and Bil go over some reality TV classics and then learn about the Lifetime's unreleased and forgotten "Goo…
 
TX & PA. Jason and Dr. Rick Haney discuss soil pH as it relates to RegenAg and whether you should lime at all or do plants take care of that too? What's the process of choosing which species go into the Reload blends and WHY? Are Jason and Rick working on an in-field soil health test that will change the game in regenerative agriculture and nitroge…
 
Did you know that Ryan and Marita used to be roommates? They talk about Dreams, recent movies, tv and books, they talk about kids having lunch, animal natural habitats, snow activities, DNA, Squirrels, canary isles, bob's Burgers, The Office, New Girl, Lord of the Rings, and much, much more! Find out how/if any of these are related! Remember: you c…
 
This week planting habitat for bees and other pollinators is the topic of discussion between our host Nicole and Dr. Marla Spivak of the University of Minnesota WHAT YOU’LL LEARN How planting habitat for bees and other pollinators is the best way to help them What flowers to include when planting habitat for bees and other pollinators How everyone …
 
Building from earlier discussions in episodes 41, 42, and 43, Dr. Mike Brasher visits with John Vradenburg, USFWS supervisory biologist for the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge Complex to get an update on the alarmingly low waterfowl numbers, habitat conditions, and difficult hunting in the Klamath Basin. John concludes on an optimistic tone …
 
With everyone sharpening chainsaws and preparing to get some work completed, we wanted to take a moment to discuss what is impactful and what is not. There are so many time wasting techniques out there that seem to grab the attention and distract away from sound habitat management practices. The goal while working on a property is to improve the de…
 
Mallori Murphey and Katie Burke are joined by Colin McNair, Decoy Specialist at Copley Fine Art Auctions. In this episode, Colin talks about his life growing up carving decoys and hunting waterfowl with his dad and brother. The crew dives into the world of a decoy specialist as well as the practice of using x-rays to prove authenticity. Contact the…
 
Hunter and trapper Jen Davis joins us from Michigan, where she shares about the value system that led her to sporting, and that also leads her to be simultaneously a part of groups like the National Trapper's Association AND the Sierra Club. Plus, Michigan muskrat dinners, a tricky turkey hunt, and the opportune (or inopportune?) fortune of spottin…
 
Today, Joe Biden takes the oath of office in Washington D.C. and becomes the 46th president. OPB reporter Sergio Olmos is in the capital to follow potential protests there. OSU historian Christopher McKnight Nichols will help to put this day in historical context. Eric Ward, Executive Director of the Western States Center, will tell us about how th…
 
With the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Tradeshow canceled for 2021, the DU Podcast is excited to be able to introduce a new waterfowling product to the market with Benelli USA. George Thompson, director of product management for Benelli USA, joins Chris Jennings to discuss the new Super Black Eagle 3 (3-inch & 20-gauge), along with other new guns fo…
 
Gregory McKelvey came into Portland’s spotlight as an activist. More recently, he’s made a name for himself as a political strategist: the 27-year-old ran Sarah Ianarrone’s 2020 mayoral campaign and now works as a political consultant at Praxis Political. He’s also the chief of campaigns at Zealous, an organization that supports public defenders in…
 
Last week Umatilla County Health Department set up a vaccine distribution clinic in a parking lot at the Pendleton Convention Center. Public Health Director Joseph Fiumara says they could distribute up to 1,000 vaccine doses in a day if they had access to them. But last week, Oregon officials found out the state would not get more doses from the fe…
 
In this concluding episode about the implementation of Adaptive Harvest Management, Dr. Jim Nichols and Dr. Mike Brasher discuss the importance of population data, band returns, and harvest estimates in AHM mechanics. This episode wraps up with a reflection on 25 years of liberal regulations, the legacy and influence of AHM beyond waterfowl managem…
 
Chainsaw Chad went down to the wire with a late-season bow kill by deploying some unique strategy. This buck was on the radar all season, but once the weather got right and the proper plan was put together, the last two hunts of the year provided him with two shot opportunities on the 158" whitetail. During this podcast, Adam and Chainsaw Chad disc…
 
On today's podcast we wrap up the last part of the Understanding Vegetation Podcast Series. We dive super deep into all things Trees. Often times, trees are certainly overvalued by many hunters. They consider them to be cover or perhaps all mast producers when in reality, many trees are dying or growing in severely stifling conditions. We break dow…
 
SHOW NOTES The basics of raising goats is our topic this week as join Nicole and Deborah Niemann of Thrifty Homesteader. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN Goats are browsers, not grazers, and what that means to your homestead. Why learning the basics of raising goats before you bring them home is essential to their health. Steps to complete before you get goats. W…
 
Is duck harvest mortality additive or compensatory? Is duck production strongly or weakly density dependent? Which habitat features most influence duck production? And how are optimal duck harvest regulations selected in the face of this imperfect knowledge? The DU Podcast is again thankful to be joined by Dr. Jim Nichols, retired senior scientist …
 
On this week's episode, John talks about the ups and downs of his 2020-2021 deer season. After starting things off with some preseason prep, he talks about some serious hardships during muzzleloader season, including wounding a nice buck. While trying to recover from that, a warmer than average November doesn't make things any easier. Luckily, thin…
 
Once upon a time, scientists believed that bees chose plants with the sweetest nectar. But new research shows that there's actually more to the story. Join Mindy and Guy Raz for an epic tale of one Gramma BEE-Force, and a bunch of barf - for SCIENCE! It's the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and WOW of bumblebee vomit. Originally aired 3/16/20…
 
This interview was recorded in a rickshaw navigating the busy streets of a major Indian city before we were forced to find shelter in order to keep the equipment dry during recording due to a tropical monsoon 100' from the Arabian Sea. This interview features Amir Izadi, Amir is a child of the revolution who was born right after the Islamic Republi…
 
As regular duck seasons wind down, Jay Anglin, Great Lakes Region migration editor, joins the show to talk about weather, habitat, and late-season goose hunting opportunities. Anglin and host Chris Jennings discuss solid Canada goose numbers throughout Illinois, Indiana, southern Michigan, and Ohio. The pair preview an early glimpse of light goose …
 
IT HAS BEEN FAR TOO LONG! In this episode I touch on some of the reasons I've been away and hint at some changes on the horizon. However, we then slip into perhaps one of the most poignant writings I've shared in quite sometime - sit back and listen to the audio version of "Perspective in the Chaos". God bless and THANK YOU to each and every one of…
 
School districts around the state are deciding whether to return to in-person instruction after Gov. Kate Brown loosened pandemic-related restrictions. Many parents who are advocating for schools to reopen say that the longer distance learning continues, the more likely that the achievement gap widens between students of color and white students. B…
 
School districts around the state are deciding whether to return to in-person instruction after Gov. Kate Brown loosened pandemic-related restrictions. Schools in the Bend-La Pine district are reopening their classrooms to students later this month. And Lake Oswego announced plans to re-open schools for its youngest students in February, despite co…
 
Oregon will not receive increased shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government, because there is no federal reserve of doses, Gov. Kate Brown said on Friday morning. That puts Oregon’s vaccinations efforts at “grave risk,” according to Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen. Allen joins us to discuss Oregon’s vaccination ef…
 
Luke Naylor, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission waterfowl program coordinator, joins host Chris Jennings to discuss the current state of habitat and hunting conditions in the Natural State. Naylor recently finished tabulating the mid-winter aerial survey and the pair discuss numbers and potential causes for the end results. Contact the DU Podcast vi…
 
Dr. Jim Nichols rejoins the DU Podcast to share stories about early champions of Adaptive Harvest Management and how they promoted it as a better way of setting harvest regulations, with unexpected support resulting from unusual political maneuverings in the mid-90s. Dr. Nicholas and Dr. Mike Brasher also begin discussing key components of AHM, inc…
 
Portland-based comics journalist Joe Sacco’s new book is an emotionally complex and historically informed portrait of the Dene First Nation people, the indigenous subarctic communities that have lived in what is now known as Canada's Northwest Territories for thousands of years. “Paying the Land” tells how economic and cultural colonialism and resi…
 
Concern for waterfowl populations and frustration with the status quo of duck harvest management in the late 80s stimulated new ideas for setting annual regulations and learning about their effects. Dr. Jim Nichols, retired senior scientist from Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and one of the godfathers of Adaptive Harvest Management, joins the DU…
 
Val Titus is a scientist whose work looks into a variety of topics, like what we can learn from the bioaccumlation of toxins in long-lived turtles (like from lead ammo, among other sources). When she's not doing research or teaching science, Val is a hunter who A). offers a wild game and drink pairing course, and B). introduces other scientists and…
 
Land snails???? Come on, how do they fit with Backyard Ecology? True, land snails aren’t the most charismatic organism in our yards and communities, so it would be easy to just write them off and ignore them. Most of us probably do that on a regular basis. But, land snails are extremely important to our ecosystem and in some cases are critical to t…
 
With the 2020-21 duck season winding down, we look ahead at how spring wetland conditions may be shaping up. Dr. Scott Stephens, DU Canada’s director of regional operations for prairies and boreal, rejoins the DU Podcast to discuss conditions needed to produce abundant spring wetlands and provides an update on where we currently stand. Lingering dr…
 
Fifty-four people died due to traffic accidents on Portland’s streets in 2020. There haven’t been that many traffic fatalities in the city in 24 years. Portland Bureau of Transportation Public Information Officer Dylan Rivera joins us to discuss the increased number of traffic fatalities last year.By Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
College enrollment is on a decline across Oregon. Community colleges have been hit the hardest, with an overall 23% enrollment decline, compared to 3.8% across all institutions. This could spell lasting consequences for both the colleges and students. We speak with administrators from Clatsop Community College and Portland Community College about t…
 
As Oregon continues to roll out vaccinations for health care workers and nursing home residents and staff, the Oregon Health Authority is gearing up to distribute vaccines to the next group on their priority list: K-12 education workers. Oregon’s teachers, campus staff and bus drivers are all next in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine ahead of Go…
 
*Educational Content*Mikey and Cypher have a lot in common... They're both Californians, they love the macabre and they each have air fryers in their kitchens. These lil babies really change the game when it comes to cooked anything, and we're here to school you on their creation and operation, then give you the most firest recipe you ever done did…
 
Host Bob St. Pierre is joined by Ron Leathers who was recently named Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s first-ever Chief Conservation Officer. In the new role, the organization’s conservation delivery functions will align under Leather’s vision. Those conservation delivery functions include habitat delivery, legislative advocacy, and education &…
 
The ideas of “fair” and “equitable” in harvest distribution have been a challenging undercurrent for regulatory decisions over the years. Dale Humburg and Ken Babcock join the DU Podcast one last time to discuss zones and splits, “shortstopping” in geese, the frustration it caused, and how managers tried to adapt. Also discussed are lead poisoning,…
 
After following up the podcast form last week, where we discussed in full detail the value of forbs on the landscape, we climbed the vegetation ladder and covered shrubs this week. Shrubs are the multi-tool or swiss army knife of vegetation devoted to wildlife value. During this podcast, we discuss upland shrubs, wetland variety, and also different…
 
As many hunting seasons are coming to a close around the country, landowners have the options of what they will focus on next. Often times, we see folks choosing "steel" traps over the "Stihl" chainsaw for the purpose of improving the land for game species - WRONG MOVE! The research is clear and the long term benefits of working diligently on the h…
 
Habitat Podcast #110 - Jesse Roush from Ohio joins Jared and Brian for another great educating discussion! We cover: Evolving Expectations & Property Focus - How TV Realities can skew expectations from Midwest reality, No More Mowing - Convincing family members not to mow and keep cover, Wishing 5 Years Back - The amount of cover we would have if w…
 
Pacific Islanders in Oregon have experienced disproportionate rates of COVID-19 infection. In the Salem-Keizer School District, Pacific Islander students have also been more likely to fall behind during distance learning. Ken Ramirez, a community resource specialist for the district's Pacific Islander community, is making socially-distanced home vi…
 
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