Best backyard habitats podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Garden Gossip
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Home & Garden Radio with hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith (BigBlendMagazine.com Editors). Listen to interviews with DIY Experts, Carpenters, Organizers, Master Gardeners, Herbalists, Authors, Decorators, and More. Call in and ask our Home & Garden experts questions about your DIY, Garden and Home Decor Projects! Airs monthly.
 
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Just because you don't consider yourself a "gardener" doesn't mean this episode isn't for you. Humane gardening is about looking through the lens of the millions of species on this planet and creating a space that enables them to thrive. It's about coexisting with rather than managing or controlling wildlife. With the help of Nancy Lawson, auth ...…
 
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Podcasts - The Native Plant Podcast
 
Monarch butterflies are in a critical time in their evolution. Threats from habitat loss and pesticide use are hindering their ability to recover. Kylee's new book 'The Monarch' tells us what we can do to help them recover, right in our own backyards
 
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The Torch: The Great Courses Podcast
 
Going beyond basic bird identification, birding includes a far-reaching look into matters such as bird behavior, migration, habitats, conservation, and the science behind them. Join James Currie, birding expert, to discover more about this compelling, delightful, and multifaceted field. Even if you don’t plan to travel the country and become a ...…
 
Adam M. Roberts “The Compassionate Conservationist”, wildlife conservationist and environmental expert, talks about the benefits of creating backyard habitats for birds and wildlife, how to garden in a humane and eco-friendly way, and the harms of plant trafficking. Adam has spent the past quarter century working for animal protection and wildl ...…
 
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Spirit of America Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays Variety Show! On This Episode: - Green Urbanism – Walker Wells, Senior VP of Programs at Global Green USA, a national leader in advancing smart solutions to ...…
 
Big Blend Radio conversation with California landscape artist Joy Collier, who is known for her vibrant paintings of Giant Sequoia Trees, California's Central Valley and Desert regions, and abstract nature work. Joy is based in Porterville in Tulare County, gateway to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, and Sequoia National Forest. See her ...…
 
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Conejo Valley Advice Givers | Business Owners | Entrepreneurs | Opinions | Rants | Stories | Philanthropy | Interviewing Our Community's Brightest Minds | Jay & Michelle Lieberman
 
Episode 054: Malibu Wine Safaris | Malibu Wine Hikes | Malibu Wines | Roniet Berci – Dir. of Marketing and PR | The Semler Family | Amazing Saddlerock Ranch Back in the late 70’s, wildfires ravaged the Malibu hills and canyon area. The Semler Family came in just after that and purchased about 1,000 acres in the Malibu hills, known as The Saddle ...…
 
On a cold, bright morning at the end of December, I was driving to Norris Tire and Auto in Champaign when I spotted a red fox trotting in the opposite direction, just off Springer Drive. I whipped the car around and got a few photos before it crossed Mattis Avenue and disappeared behind a pile of construction rubble.When I arrived at the shop a ...…
 
Some years ago—never mind how long precisely--I took advantage of a break in the morning rain to bicycle from my home in Champaign to my office on campus at the University of Illinois. As I approached a vacant lot on White Street just east of First, five crows swooped in to land in a leafless silver maple tree, where another crow was already pe ...…
 
Some years ago—never mind how long precisely--I took advantage of a break in the morning rain to bicycle from my home in Champaign to my office on campus at the University of Illinois. As I approached a vacant lot on White Street just east of First, five crows swooped in to land in a leafless silver maple tree, where another crow was already pe ...…
 
Today is part two of bird gathering. This time we’re focusing more on your backyard. What should we be putting in our feeders and bird baths? What types of bird houses provide the best shelter? And how do we keep other critters out of the bird feeders and houses?By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Why there will likely soon be more tigers in backyards in Texas than in the wilds of Asia. Thanks to the University of Minnesota for sponsoring this video! http://twin-cities.umn.edu/ Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth : ___________________________________________ Credits (and Twitter handles): Script Writer: D ...…
 
Why there will likely soon be more tigers in backyards in Texas than in the wilds of Asia. Thanks to the University of Minnesota for sponsoring this video! http://twin-cities.umn.edu/Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth :___________________________________________Credits (and Twitter handles):Script Writer: David ...…
 
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Anchored with April Vokey Podcast
 
Shannon McPhail is the sort of woman you want on your team. Born and raised in Northern BC, the Skeena river runs through her backyard and her bloodline, making her one of the most passionate and knowledgable activists I’ve met. Shannon is the executive director for the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition and is at the forefront of speaking ...…
 
We talk about the Backyard Habitat Certification Program. Learn about native plants and wildlife friendly gardening practices.
 
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The Organic View
 
Thanks to extensive urban development over the last several decades, there has been a battle for land between homeowners and nature. Many people in suburban areas often complain about rabbits, bears, coyotes and other wildlife invading their back yards. Unfortunately, these beings have no other place to go as their home in the wilderness has be ...…
 
Aaron Warbritton and Erik Barber talk with Jeff Sturgis of Whitetail Habitat Solutions. Jeff is an expert at managing property for hunting and has some great tips than everyone can use to improve their odds. Learn about -creating waterholes and how to hunt them -how to improve your tree stand locations -managing small properties -finding the ri ...…
 
Photo credit: Butterfly Pavilion Pollinators Matter (starts at 4:43): Now that backyard gardens are in full bloom it’s a good time to think about pollinators. Honeybees, butterflies, beetles and other pollinators depend on many flowering plants for nectar. And we depend on these pollinators for many foods we love in our diet, from almonds to ap ...…
 
Special Guest: Brigitte Viellieu- Davis- Actor, Director, Writer and Activist. She chats with us about Bee Keeping, creating Wild Habitats in your own backyard and Gender Parity in Entertainment. Women's roles in the hive and in creating art, how are they connected? The connections are keeping the colony from collapsing and being in service of ...…
 
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Quinte Conservation Envirominute Podcast
 
Would you like to increase your wildlife viewing opportunities? Why not create habitat in your own backyard? Find out how in this week's podcast.
 
Backyard Farmer looks at a new pollinator habitat certification program and dry edible beans in Nebraska.
 
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Backyard Farmer Podcast
 
Backyard Farmer looks at a new pollinator habitat certification program and dry edible beans in Nebraska.
 
I don’t care what age you are, seeing a whale breach in the wild is one of the coolest water encounters you can have. Couple that with giant sea turtles and perhaps a dolphin sighting and you can pretty well sum up the best voyage ever. Do you like eco-friendly travel? check out our interview with Keteka co-founder Kyle Wiggins for more authent ...…
 
This week we are continuing to build our library of all the exciting things Walt Disney World has to offer by exploring a seasonal event in Epcot! It is almost spring time and that means warmer temperatures, sunshine, and new life. All three can certainly be found at Epcot in the next few months. This week the park begins hosting the Epcot Inte ...…
 
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) Come fall in love with plants, not just as teachers and healers, but as powerful partners in land stewardship and renewal. Rosemary Gladstar joins us to discuss her activism in protecting and restoring medicinal plants and their habitats. She is a pioneer in the herbal movement and has been called the 'godmothe ...…
 
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WDW Ride Guide Podcast
 
I hope you have been enjoying our time together in Disney’s Animal Kingdom as much as I have. So far this month we have looked at one of the best live shows, Festival of the Lion King, and a behind the scenes tour, Wild Africa Trek. Both are such great experiences, and both very unique to this park in Walt Disney World. Well, today we are going ...…
 
Goldenseal (Hydrastis Canadensis) Come fall in love with plants, not just as teachers and healers, but as powerful partners in land stewardship and renewal. Rosemary Gladstar joins us to discuss her activism in protecting and restoring medicinal plants and their habitats. She is a pioneer in the herbal movement and has been called the 'godmothe ...…
 
This week I talk to Jenny Meisel, Resource Conservationist at the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District. about what they do as an organization and how they can be helpful to the backyard gardener, and about the Backyard Habitat Certification Program that they are developing.
 
The urban areas of The Southland are only getting more popular with the local wildlife. As coyotes and mountain lions become resigned to–if not delighted by–urban living, distinctions such as wilderness and civilization fall away. Scientists are beginning to study the city as natural habitat and are discovering biodiversity far beyond expectati ...…
 
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Whole Guidance Podcast: Nutrition | Fitness | Happiness | Mindset | Ancestral Health | Holistic Wellness
 
In this podcast I’ll be exploring my favourite topic Real Food: I’ll explain what real food really is and its different nutritional components I’ll talk about how eating real food and fake food affect your health Finally, I’ll share how to recognise real food and simple ways to make it a part of your holistic healthy and happy lifestyle CLICK H ...…
 
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Outdoor Professsor's Tips
 
Hello, I'm the OUTDOOR PROFESSOR from DiscoveringTheOutdoors.com/ Here's your outdoor tip on Why do people watch birds? A birder is defined by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as anyone who takes a trip one mile or more from home for the main purpose of observing birds, or who has closely observed and identified birds around the house. With tha ...…
 
In this episode I ve invited digital marketing pioneer Ann Handley to chat with me about her writing process. She s a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, brilliant keynote speaker, the world s first Chief Content Officer, and a prolific digital content creator. Ann Handley appeared on the written interview series last year and stopped by ag ...…
 
What would you do if the job that you loved and that you trained for was unexpectedly eliminated? Join me as Dan Christ talks about how he transitioned from a government forestry and fire fighting career to being an entrepreneur as a full-time wildlife artist where he can schedule his work around his bow hunting. Guest's Opening Quote: "One of ...…
 
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Laura Erickson's For the Birds
 
Laura talks about how to provide quality backyard habitat for hummingbirds.
 
Most mornings, I watch a group of superb fairy-wrens flit across my backyard, chasing insects through the grass. The birds are easy to identify from a distance: even when males aren’t wearing their vibrant blue-and-black breeding plumage, there’s no mistaking that upright tail and vocal repertoire. Fairy-wrens are already a popular bird, but th ...…
 
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Quinte Conservation Envirominute Podcast
 
Many bee species are in decline because of habitat loss. Anyone with a backyard garden can help create more bee habitat. Creating a bee friendly garden is very easy. Even a small flower pot or patch can give a bee a home. Find out more in this week's podcast.
 
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Podcast Archive – A Dry Rain: Gardening In The Pacific Northwest and Beyond
 
Steve Scher and Marty Wingate visit Sky nursery on the podcast, this time to learn about heaths and heathers. Also, the suburbs are a haven for variety of bird species. You just provide the habitat. University of Washington Wildlife Scientist John Marzluff, author of “Welcome to Subirdia,” shares ten steps you can take to expand biodiversity in ...…
 
What would you do if the job that you loved and that you trained for was unexpectedly eliminated? Join me as Dan Christ talks about how he transitioned from a government forestry and fire fighting career to being an entrepreneur as a full-time wildlife artist where he can schedule his work around his bow hunting.… The post BF007: Dan Christ – W ...…
 
Birth and Infancy of Jesus(1344.1) 122:0.1 IT WILL hardly be possible fully to explain the many reasons which led to the selection of Palestine as the land for Michael’s bestowal, and especially as to just why the family of Joseph and Mary should have been chosen as the immediate setting for the appearance of this Son of God on Urantia.(1344.2) ...…
 
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