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Best Invertebrates podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Invertebrates podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to Herpin' Time Radio, A talk show dedicated to reptiles and amphibians both in captivity and in the wild with a strong focus on conservation and education. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the broadcast at 213-943-3644 Hosts are Justin Guyer (Retired Legend) & Wildman Hartzel. And dont miss Lizard Hour with Host Josh Lizard Guy Ortiz and Wildman JD Hartzel show is live Tuesday 9-10 pm eastern standard time.
 
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It's a duck! It's a beaver! No, it's a platypus! Get ready to learn about this unique animal! This is a one of a kind mammal, with special adaptations that help it thrive in its underwater habitat. This ancient relic is a glimpse into our past, but is also a revolutionary result of evolution, standing the test of time. How long has it stood the tes…
 
Open your mind and your heart to a new way of thinking about gardens! Garden spaces are not just for humans, but for all the creatures that live there, including animals, insects and birds. In this program, my guest, author and garden designer Benjamin Vogt, introduces us to gardens that are designed ethically, and which are therefore good for our …
 
Invasive species are a serious danger to native wildlife populations as well as the areas they inhabit. Even so, how will I know what an invasive species is? What makes them stand out from other species? What kind of damage are they capable of? What can be done to prevent this peril? You will learn all of this, and more, in this episode of the Anim…
 
Jenny Christie is used to seeing eyebrows go up when she tells people what her job is. Perhaps a few years ago, this could be chalked up as scepticism, but nowadays it’s more likely to mean, ‘wow, big job’. Jenny’s job is climate change. She approaches this from an adaptation point of view, which means working on what we can be doing to manage and …
 
This episode allows you to enter the world of spineless animals! Here, you will learn about how they feed, care for their young, and live in sophisticated colonies. These creatures are incredibly widespread, and they have been here for 600 million years! This episode will also conclude this wonderful season, as we enter a brand new phase!…
 
Kelly Frogley is an expert when it comes to non-vascular plants. In this episode, Kelly explains what exactly they are, and shares some stories about unexpected discoveries and making the most of non-optimum spaces for optimum plant identification. She also talks about green-blindness and the importance of looking down. And up. And around – well, y…
 
Just over 250 years ago - Joseph Banks and Daniel Solander stepped ashore at Kurnell Peninsula in Botany Bay. Over the next eight days they collected enthusiastically and amassed specimens of 132 plant species from around Botany Bay, Kurnell, Cronulla and the Georges River. Take a listen to what they discovered in this week's lesson with Dr Brett S…
 
Edgar Villanueva is a globally-recognized expert on social justice philanthropy. He serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Native Americans in Philanthropy. Edgar currently serves as Senior Vice President at the Schott Foundation for Public Education where he oversees grant investment and capacity building for education justice campaigns acro…
 
Scientists are reporting staggering losses in the populations of birds in North America. The bird population decline is seen in virtually all regions, including forests, grasslands, arid regions and along the coast. My guest Rebekah Rylander, from Texas State University, talks about why this is happening, and what you can do about it.…
 
Were the early days of the New South Wales colony awash with rum and alcohol as it was passed around as currency? Professor Grace Karskens from the School of Humanities and Languages at the University of New South Wales debunks whether or not that is entirely true in this week's Self Improvement from the history books.…
 
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