Best fauna podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Exploring Arizona Life Science Research and Biodiversity with the Tree of Life Web Project
 
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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Urban Wildlife Podcast
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Think you can't experience wildlife in the city? Get wild right where you live with the Urban Wildlife Podcast. Hosts Billy and Tony explore the fauna and flora of cities around the globe.
 
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Wired Science Video Podcast
Monthly
 
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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Podcasten Rimligt
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Extra ordinära samtal om ordinära saker.
 
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South Downs - A ranger's view
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South Downs Ranger Bruce Middleton celebrates the natural wonders of the chalky downland hills in Southern England in this monthly podcast. Bruce's knowledge about the rich variety of plants and animals in this beautiful landscape is second to none. Subscribe for a monthly update if you walk the downs and want to know more or simply want an expert's view on this area of outstanding natural beauty.
 
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NOAA Ocean Explorer Podcast
 
NOAA Ocean Explorer is a website for all who wish to learn about, discover, and virtually explore the ocean realm. It provides public access to current information on ocean explorations and activities. Site visitors can follow explorations in near real-time, learn about exploration technologies, and observe remote marine flora and fauna in the colorful multimedia gallery. While we are not current adding content to iTunes, you can find us at http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov or on YouTube at http ...
 
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TOTEM PODCAST - DJ Mixes & Radio Show -
 
TOTEM TRAXX was founded in 2010 by Japanese DJ/Producer DO SHOCK BOOZE a.k.a Yoichi Hayashi as part of the label showcase.Anytime we are seeking the new talent and good music.All with a cosmic tribal edge.The philosophy about TOTEM and the people that believe in it, defends the idea of people being connected to the music, flora and fauna in a supernatural way.At the same time, we loot for refuge in nature, flora, fauna and paranormal (our music and parties) and we receive a special energy fr ...
 
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Recollections of Bush life in Australia by HAYGARTH, Henry William
 
This was written in the mid 1800’s at time when Australia saw an influx of immigration from Europe and when England was sending some prisoners to Australia rather than to prisons. Haygarth shows us what it is like, and what it takes, to live in the Australian Bush. He shows us about the different life on a cattle/sheep station, living miles from the nearest neighbor, getting to town just a few times a year and that it may be several hundred miles away. From his own experiences relates dealin ...
 
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An Antarctic Mystery or The Sphinx of the Ice Fields by Jules Verne
 
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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RTÉ - Shanks Mare
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Ella McSweeney goes walking around the country and introduces usto the people, flora and fauna she meets along the way.
 
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All Nature Stories
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From animals to rocks, conservation to life as a Ranger - these are audio stories about the flora, fauna and formation of the West Macs.
 
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Ormiston Gorge
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Ormiston Gorge offers visitors all the spectacular geology and landforms of the MacDonnell Ranges. The rugged scenery of the the Gorge is complemented by a near-permanent water hole.The water and the shelter of the rocks attract an interesting variety of native fauna and flora, including a number of relict plant species. The recent rediscoveries of the Long-tailed Dunnart and the Central Rock Rat in the Ormiston Gorge vicinity demonstrate what an important role the Park plays as a fauna refu ...
 
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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.
 
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Far Away and Long Ago by HUDSON, William Henry
 
William Henry Hudson was an author, naturalist and ornithologist. Hudson was born of U.S. parents living in the Quilmes Partido in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, where he spent his youth studying the local flora and fauna and observing both natural and human dramas on what was then a lawless frontier. 'Far Away and Long Ago' is a classic memoir of a boy, fascinated by nature, on the Pampas in the 19th century.
 
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The Mountains of California by John Muir
 
First published in 1894, this wonderful travelogue by a famed naturalist and conservationist still remains a book that delights and informs its readers. The Mountains of California by John Muir recounts the author's exploration of the Yosemite Valley, Mount Whitney, the famed sequoia forests and King's Canyon among other places of immense natural beauty. Written in his characteristic zestful style, with a deep understanding and respect for nature, the book is a treasure trove of geography, g ...
 
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Love Potion
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12" & digital label based in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded in December 2015.Love Potion is an idea and an experiment around intimacy. A record label, and a series of parties curated and created by Polanco it tries to give the maximum to it’s visitors, not maximising the number of them as it usually is. Standing out as one of few serious concepts for a more groovier and funky alternative in a city drawn to minimalism, Love Potion has quickly made a name for itself. Working out of small venues wi ...
 
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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
 
In our eighth episode, Lauren acquaints us with some bizarre fauna [and one exotic creature’s body part that still mystifies scientists]. Later, enjoy a ten-question quiz on “Animals–Weird or Not.” [Music: 1) Montplaisir, “This tuning is so dramatic,” 2017. Courtesy of Montplaisir, CC0 1.0 Universal License; 2) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 20 ...…
 
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Long Weekend
 
Death Lens: Trashed The Black Swells: Quiet Life Bleach Bath: Worse Thee Commons: Juaneco Y La Negra Dead Beach: Devil Tide Scumdrops: Estevez Fauna Shade: Bazzle Shabazz Dope Lemon: Coyote Leather Lungs: Party Down Shallow Waves Stream selections from past Long Weekend episodes and bonus songs on Spotify. Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Follow: Facebo ...…
 
Episode 9 (1:17) Charlottesville and Racism Don’t conflate two issues Racism is indefensible Has this caused us to talk about “how we talk about racism”? Gut Fauna and Hookworm (starts: 24:13) Extinctions in our gut fauna. On NPR Hookworm your allergies away! Helminthic therapy (what?) Radiolab piece here Buy your own! Please don’t. BONUS: Hook ...…
 
House Conspiracy's Jonathan O'Brien chats with Joseph Burgess about the life of an artist on the road. The works of Joseph Burgess concern palaeontology, the destruction of sacred sites and identity . Combining stop motion animation and time based video art with an anthroposophical sentiment The Australian Mega Fauna project aims to celebrate A ...…
 
Agosto 2017. XV edizione del prestigioso Festival Liszt di Grottammare. Andrea Concetti torna ad emozionare nella sua terra! Una delle voci più belle del mondo della lirica, apprezzate da cultori e neofiti o semplicemente da chi ama la buona musica e la qualità d’espressione. Andrea nasce a Grottammare e del suo talento ne fa una professione fi ...…
 
In our sixth episode, Eternally Board explores the question: "Is Cards Against Humanity good for the hobby, and, well, humanity?" Afterwards we all go through our Top 3 cards from CAH, including our featured guest host, the always hilarious Nichole Doest. We round out the episode with a discussion of our most recently played games, including so ...…
 
What is like to visit the island fox at home? Walk along with our guest blogger - Douglas E. Welch Island Journal - My First Visit to Santa Cruz Island It took me over 25 years living in California to make my first visit to Santa Cruz Island. The Channel Islands have always intrigued me, but they seemed so difficult to visit. Finally, the day a ...…
 
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Wildlife, Cake & Cocktails
 
Here we go! WCC Episode 6. Venomous Snakes with Scott Eipper is now up :) Running Nature4You from southwest Brisbane, Scott is a a wildlife handler, education consultant, author of numerous articles and books on Australian fauna, and a well-known venomous snake expert. We had an amazing time discussing venomous reptiles, herping, wildlife, some ...…
 
In what is easily their worst episode yet, Jackie and Steph try their hand at remote podcasting. Join them as they talk about the picture quality of their Skype call, as well as their favorite budding relationships, the native fauna of Riverdale, and the marvelous absence of Alice Cooper.
 
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Warp Drives with TJ & Dave
 
This week, we’re on the Writing Excuses cruise! We’re recording from the middle of the Baltic Sea, just off the coast of Sweden as we attend the fifth Writing Excuses retreat. We go into some of what to expect on the retreat and the fun things we’ve experienced so far in Europe–for example, a live taping of the Tea & Jeopardy podcast. But we’re ...…
 
From mountains to monasteries, Big Blend travel writer Debbie Stone talks about her recent adventures in Bhutan, the mystical ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’. She traveled through Bhutan with Myths and Mountains, a highly acclaimed tour company, to learn more about this tiny kingdom in the Himalayas and its deep-rooted Buddhist traditions. Visitor ...…
 
This Monday, Wizards of the Coast made a big announcement in regards to their in-store programs. The biggest change are the promos, changed from Standard Uncommons to foil double sided tokens. Kessler and Ben discuss each of the changes, as well as break down Ben’s most recent tech on Superior Burning Coco. DECKLIST: Creatures:26 4 Burning-Tree ...…
 
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The Starlight Megaphone
 
Lusipurr, Adeki, and SiliconNooB together repair to nature in hopes of enjoying its manifold restorative blessings. But, following their exposure to inclement elements and irritating fauna, then each return whence they came with untrammeled haste.
 
Worms cause major changes to ecosystems, but those changes aren’t always new.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___________________________________________If you want to learn more about this topic, start your googling wi ...…
 
The Rota Vicentina Fishermen’s Trail is a magnificent coastal trail in Portugal, taking walkers along the shores of some of the most beautiful and best-preserved coastlines of Southern Europe. Bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean, the route spans the tranquil Portuguese region of Alentejo and along some of the few remaining wile and undev ...…
 
This week on the agenda is the outbursts of rioting in Hamburg brought about by the G20 summit, Trump's speech in Poland and its alleged white nationalist roots, one man's quest to exterminate the invading grey squirrel and ensure a future for native British fauna and the dilemma of a young Pakistani girl from Bradford who asked BBC Three viewe ...…
 
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Hometown East Tennessee
 
Episode #1: "Want a beer, Mr. Goldblum?"LIVE episodes Thursdays at 8pm! http://hometownjc.comThis week's guest is Paul Ravenwood, ambient death metal/folk metal artist from Johnson City, TN.What happens?- Bailey has to Skype in because she has the summer flu.- Special appearance by Jeff Goldblum(s), but Shannon has to one up everyone and claims ...…
 
In this podcast, we learn about how a roof garden project turned into a community building exercise Guest: Sonia Beder (Resident at 38 Westbury Street, St Kilda) If you missed the last episode with Stuart Tyler from Fytogreen on ‘roof gardens’ and ‘garden wall solutions’, go back and check it out at [this link]. It was Stuart that put me in tou ...…
 
We must demand rigorous ongoing and independent testing as to the effect of aerial 1080 drops on New Zealand’s wilderness, fauna and ecosystems. Clyde and brother Steve have won International Awards for their 1080 NZ documentary, Poisoning Paradise The movie Poisoning Paradise is about the aerial dispersal of 1080 throughout New Zealand in orde ...…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Jessica Brandl. Her vessels are covered with drawings of rural American landscapes, abandoned architecture, and the flora & fauna of the environments she is investigating. In our discussion, we talk about the influence of Gothic novels and her use of the literary formula ...…
 
What does the future of the digital age hold for the outdoors and conservation for all of us? Ron Siegle talks about the new Allband Center for Education and Wildlife Research (ACEWR) Allband began as a need for phone service in North Eaastern Michigan where no service or infrastructure had ever existed before. Began as a fiber optic co-op phon ...…
 
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Adventure Travel, Far East: Inspired by Rick Steves, Lonely Planet, National Geographic
 
Bukhansan National Park is almost 80 sq/km in size and is located so close to the urban area of Seoul, South Korea that it’s possible to take the subway here, like I did on this visit. I started out in Insadong and transferred to line number 1 and rode the train until the very last stop of Dobongsan, which is actually the name of the mountain I ...…
 
The Rubyist's Illustrated Rust Adventure Survival Guide by Liz BaillieProgramming is an adventure, often more harrowing than it has to be. If you're more used to higher-level languages like Ruby or JavaScript, learning a lower-level language like Rust can feel like an impossible journey that leaves you wishing for a well-written and heavily ill ...…
 
The Show Notes Trump + Time = Wha? Intro Sgt. Pepper begats King Crimson NECSS NECSS NECSS Religious Moron of The Week - The coin tossing Mrs. Qiu from Brad Reed Ask George - Music? from Dave, Sarah and Michael - Patreon? from Perry in Oregon - Post Modern Jukebox? from Jayvan R-C - Whipping Post? from Brian Interesting Fauna - Ili pika (Ochoto ...…
 
The Show Notes Trump + Time = Wha? Intro Sgt. Pepper begats King Crimson NECSS NECSS NECSS Religious Moron of The Week - The coin tossing Mrs. Qiu from Brad Reed Ask George - Music? from Dave, Sarah and Michael - Patreon? from Perry in Oregon - Post Modern Jukebox? from Jayvan R-C - Whipping Post? from Brian Interesting Fauna - Ili pika (Ochoto ...…
 
What does the future of the digital age hold for the outdoors and conservation for all of us? Ron Siegle talks about the new Allband Center for Education and Wildlife Research (ACEWR) Allband began as a need for phone service in North Eaastern Michigan where no service or infrastructure had ever existed before. Began as a fiber optic co-op phon ...…
 
A brown bear stretching out at the Alaska Zoo, June 20, 2017 (Photo: Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media) The Alaska Zoo has dramatically transformed over the last five decades. Its origins are with an Anchorage grocer who won a baby elephant in a contest sponsored by a paper company. The two-year-old elephant, Annabelle, was kept in a heated ...…
 
We often think of our planet as well studied and well understood. But even researchers at the cutting edge of the field, like Dr. Tracey Sutton (NSU), have to admit that we know very little about the deep ocean. Sutton and his team have been working for years to better understand the creatures that live in the depths. Below 200 meters things st ...…
 
It’s June on Cape Cod, which means that it’s time for people to start squawking a little louder about Piping Plovers. These small, sand-colored local residents have been nesting on our beaches for eons, but in modern times they have come into conflict with certain forms of human recreation, and as a result have become “fauna non grata” among so ...…
 
Hugh Warwick charts the fragmentation of the British landscape by the lines which cross it, and he calls for urgent reconnection to allow our flora and fauna to flourish. "I believe we need to reinterpret the landscape in order to hold back the deterioration of the land we share with wildlife." Recorded at the Hay Festival.Presenter: Helen Zalt ...…
 
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