Best habitats podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Habitat: Legal Talk
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Being on your co-op or condo board carries a lot of responsibility, liability, and, let's face it, headaches. On Habitat's Legal Talk, you'll meet New York's leading co-op and condo attorneys, who will offer advice and guidance for some of the peskiest problems facing boards today.
 
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Natural Habitat Podcast
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Mikey Boohyah is a California native, Hip-Hop artist and marijuana connoisseur. Mikey and friends discuss nostalgia, current events, review movies and much much more all while enjoying the worlds finest strains of cannabis.Interact here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nhpodcast/
 
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Land & Legacy Hunting & Habitat Management Podcast
 
The ultimate resource to hunting strategies, land and wildlife management, and conservation We share our knowledge and experiences of hunting and managing whitetail deer, turkey, and quail from across the country. The information shared in each podcast will take your hunting experience to the next level whether you hunt public ground, lease property, or own recreational land.
 
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Habitat
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Habitat is a podcast about how we live in our environment. We present conversations about transportation, energy, design, development, climate change, agriculture, oceans, natural resources, pollution, air and water quality, and more. Habitat is produced in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
 
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Habitat Update Startup Japan Podcast
 
The bi-weekly Update from the Startup Ecosystem aka Venture Habitat in the Kansai area of Japan - in English.
 
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Habitat on CKDU
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Environmental news and discussion show produced at CKDU in Halifax
 
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ESA Closed Habitats Forum
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The purpose of the Closed Habitat Forum is to foster synergies between terrestrial and space exploration’s sciences, R&D and technologies in the field of resource sustainable management and safety (i.e safe use by humans) in order to capitalise on investments in Life Support Systems and Space Exploration activities for civil markets/societal benefits (including emerging societal challenges) and leverage on terrestrial research for space exploration.
 
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Habitat for Humanity - Berks County, PA
 
Unwilling to accept the fact that hundreds of families in our community live without adequate shelter, Habitat for Humanity challenges and invites you to join in partnership with people who are living in inadequate housing to improve their living conditions. These are their stories.
 
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Hong Kong Habitats: Hills, Coasts and Streams
 
Hong Kong Habitats: Hills, Coasts and Streams
 
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Kironia Habitat Gardens & Kironia Environmental
 
An Ecological Approach to Sustainable Lifestyles
 
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Lava Flow Habitats: The Wildlife and Geology of Craters of the Moon National Park 2
 
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The Strut Zone NWTF All Access
 
A digital campfire where the hosts and guest discuss topics, conservation, and tips and techniques to better your experiences afield. We pull the curtain back to give the audience a behind the scenes look at the NWTF, our partners, and our conservation efforts all aimed at the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of our hunting heritage. The Official Podcast of the Nation Wild Turkey Federation
 
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Down South Hunting Podcast
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Hunting podcast for the South. We talk tactics, strategy, biology, stories and more for all kinds of southern wild game on public land, private, leases, and hunt clubs. We strive to be entertaining and informational for hunters from across the globe with a focus on whitetail deer and turkey.
 
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On the Line—A NOAA Fisheries Podcast
 
On the Line is a NOAA Fisheries podcast about marine fish and wildlife and their ocean habitats, with stories told by the people who study, manage, and protect these valuable resources on behalf of the American public. Each podcast comes with photos and a short Web feature story. Listen in to find out who's On the Line.
 
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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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Be Your Own Heroine
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Our podcast is a conversation with you. We share authentic stories with real women, helping you to feel a sense of connection and more power in every aspect of your life. We’ll be sharing useful tips, life hacks, tools and strategies to help us to evolve consciously and collectively, helping you to Be Your Own Heroine. We are stronger together.
 
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Natures Talk Show
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Natures Talk Show is dedicated to helping save and preserve Nature by helping people understand that every living thing has a place and a reason to be here. Conservation, preservation and habitat are of huge interest on our show. We are going to be doing more youth oriented programs and things that we hope will help save all the amazing things that life has to offer.
 
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Beyond the Home
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Habitat for Humanity of Kent County’s look into the people, places, events, and stories that brings us together to build homes, communities, and hope.
 
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HumaNature
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HumaNature is the podcast that explores where humans and our habitat meet. The show tells real stories about human experiences in nature. Along the way, we’ll meet people whose encounters help us reflect on our own place in the natural world.
 
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Inside the Writersroom
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Join the UK's leading television drama writers, including Jed Mercurio and Sally Wainwright, as they lay bare their writing habits, habitats and career paths for Abigail Gonda.
 
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Habitando
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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.
 
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The Writer Files
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Kelton Reid studies the habits, habitats, and brains of a wide spectrum of renowned writers to learn their secrets of productivity and creativity. Tune in each week to learn how great writers keep the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and avoid writer’s block.
 
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Whitetail Instinct Podcast
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Improving your "whitetail instinct" 7 minutes at a time! The Whitetail Instinct Podcast is for hunters with a short attention span who want to learn about public land whitetail hunting and whitetail habitat management. One week it is a public land whitetail tip and the next we will be talking habitat management.
 
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Natural Focus
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Natural Focus, presented by David Boag (international author, lecturer and wildlife photographer) celebrates the beauty of the natural world. David's enthusiasm for creation comes out in every show he does and you are guarenteed to learn something new each time.
 
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Awesome Ty is Running for Mayor
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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!
 
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Learning Their Place
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stories from the natural habitats of the next generation
 
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Grannis Island Birds
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Because of a large variety of habitats, Grannis Island has a diverse population of birds. Dr. Celia Lewis will be our guide as we quietly make our way out to the island. She will explain how birds play and important role in the health of the Grannis Island ecosystem. Lucian Bouffard will tell us how some species of birds were introduced. The Quinnipiac Medicine Man, Fox Running, will talk about the birds that once lived on the island.
 
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Grannis Island Animals
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Learn about the animals of this remarkable island. Nick Bellatoni, the State Archeologist tells about the animals of long ago. We’ll talk to Ben Breton, from the New Haven Historical Society about the importance of animals to the native people who lived on the island. Fox Running, the Quinnipiac Medicine Man will share an animal legend. Naturalist Lucian Bouffard will discuss ecosystems, foodwebs, and the unusual mix of habitats on such a small island.
 
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Aquariumania - Tropical Fish as Pets - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
 
Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world.Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic an ...
 
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100% Wild Podcast
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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 ...
 
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On the Line—A NOAA Fisheries Podcast
 
On the Line is a NOAA Fisheries podcast about marine fish and wildlife and their ocean habitats, with stories told by the people who study, manage, and protect these valuable resources on behalf of the American public. Each podcast comes with photos and a short Web feature story. Listen in to find out who's On the Line.
 
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MARY MARTHA HOUR
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PODCAST EXTENTION OF MARY MARTHA MINISTRIES. Executive Producer: Sha ThomasProducer/Engineer: Zion THE MUSIC PLAYED ON THE SHOW IS INTENDED FOR STREET MINISTRY.
 
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Everglades - Glades Glimpse
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These podcasts are .mpeg4 video files.
 
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Project Upland Podcast
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The Project Upland Podcast: Where we discuss all things upland hunting. Upland birds, their habitats and the dogs, guns and gear used to pursue them.
 
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NATURE | PBS
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Now in its 31st season on PBS, NATURE has featured amazingly diverse wildlife and habitats and consistently worked with the world's foremost natural history filmmakers. In the process, the series has won nearly 400 awards, including Peabody and Emmy awards and the first honor ever bestowed on a television program by the Sierra Club. Now, NATURE podcasts offer behind-the-scenes perspectives from filmmakers and producers as well as program excerpts. Produced by Thirteen in association with WNE ...
 
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MGM/Mirage
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The Mirage (Las Vegas)
 
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Organ Safari
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Join intrepid organists Leah and Simon as they wander the wilds of Europe seeking out Pipe Organs in their natural habitat.
 
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FT Irreverent Questions with Mrs Moneypenny
 
Mrs Moneypenny, beloved Financial Times columnist, and her editor interview the world's most successful people in business, media, arts, entertainment, finance, academia and politics. Like Sir David Attenborough, the intrepid duo ventures to their subjects’ natural habitat. In their quest to figure out how this rare species of homo erectus lives and works they corner plutocrats at Davos parties and hitch a ride with America’s most famous living feminist. Fielding irreverent questions about s ...
 
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Earth Touch Insider (HD)
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Get facts and insights into some of the biggest issues affecting wildlife and wild habitats across the globe … one in-depth insider look at a time.
 
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WingsNThings - Birds & Parrots as Pets - All About Pet Birds - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
 
What do you look for when choosing a pet bird? Find out what to look for from the experts! In these pet podcasts our host and guests discuss choosing a bird to fit your lifestyle, compare pet stores and breeders, and talk about how to keep your bird happy and healthy.Other topics include species of birds, your bird's habitat and which are the best foods to feed your little feathered friend! Find out what common household dangers you need to know about, as well as how to train your pet bird a ...
 
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Just For Laughs Gags
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Just for Laughs Gags is a unique silent hidden camera prank show featuring the world's most daring pranksters and an army of unsuspecting victims picked up in their natural habitat.
 
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KyAfield Podcast (Official)
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Kentucky Afield Radio is the show that takes you inside outdoors each week on the subject of wildlife conservation, habitat and the many forms of nature-related recreation. Hunting, fishing, boating, safety, photography, research, and more. Hosted by KY Fish & Wildlife and broadcasting veteran Charlie Baglan, the program provides insightful information from experts in the field and department professionals.
 
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Conservation Celebrations with the Conservation Girl
 
Conservation Celebrations is hosted by C S Wurzberger, Conservation Girl. This podcast series spotlights remarkable people and conservation projects happening around the world to save endangered animals and protect their natural habitat. The show unveils the impact of each project, shares the details, and celebrates their outcomes. You’ll meet the animals, hear their stories, connect with organizations working to save them from extinction, and receive simple action steps so you can join in. ...
 
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St David's of Canterbury - Addresses
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Addresses from the weekly service of worship at St David's of Canterbury - a habitat for spirituality.
 
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WREN Radio
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WrenRadio makes bird songs memorable with each short episode focusing on bird songs by habitat.
 
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Workplace Hero
Weekly
 
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 ...
 
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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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Talking About Immersive Theatre (TAIT)
 
TAIT is a podcast series about immersive theatre and performance. I travel around the UK meeting immersive theatre makers, producers and performers in their natural habitats to chat with them about all things immersive. Over the course of the podcast series I hope to give listeners an insight into the thoughts, process and practices of the people driving the phenomenon of immersion in theatre and performance. The series will be published monthly.
 
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Valley Forge Nature & Science
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Valley Forge National Historical Park encompasses an area of great historical significance, as well as protecting a substantial area essential for the preservation and protection of native biodiversity. The 3,500-acre park is one of the few, large, contiguous, protected areas in southeastern Pennsylvania that has a variety of habitat types including a river, numerous streams and forested wetlands, eastern deciduous forest, and tall-grass meadows.
 
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By Pond and River by BUCKLEY, Arabella B.
 
In By Pond and River, another of Arabella Buckley's wonderful science books for children, she explains the habitats of ponds and rivers, exposing children to the animals and plant life that are found there. (Summary by Laura Caldwell)
 
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Cru Podcast | Stories From The People Behind Wine
 
David Ramey is the owner and winemakers of Ramey Wine Cellars based in my new home of Healdsburg, California. You may have heard of Ramey, or even purchased a few bottles, as it is distributed in almost every market. David has been making wine for 40 odd years in France, Napa, Sonoma, most notably at Chateau Petrus, you’ve probably never heard ...…
 
On this episode of Creature Comforts, we have Rob Ballinger from Wildlife Mississippi. He has been working with Mississippi bottomland hardwood/wetlands for many years and talks with us about these habitats and the upcoming duck hunting season.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Jim Turpin talks with Sheila Dodd, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County.
 
Jim Turpin has a 90 minute Penny open line.  The conversation begins with Sheila Dodd of Habitat for Humanity.
 
Guest Bio: This week week we talk with Kaitlin Curtice! We chat with her about what it’s like to embrace your Native American heritage, Christianity in the modern era, and her brand new book. Kaitlin is a Native American Christian writer, speaker, and worship leader. She is an author with Paraclete Press and writes at www.kailincurtice.com, on ...…
 
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Natural Habitat Podcast
 
Tyler "Awesome Ty" Bezkostny is Running for Mayor of Paso Robles, CA in 2018 with no political experience. This podcast pairs with the YouTube series "Awesome Ty is Running for Mayor" and has all the behind the scenes info on the campaign. Subscribe to Ty's podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or Google Play.SUBSCRIBE NOW!!!ITunes - apple.co/1OE ...…
 
TMSGT: Six Habitat For Humanity Homes Up for Grabs in Lowcountry + Roy Moore Story Goes Nuclear
 
Dallas Safari Club Executive Director Corey Mason makes his return to the broadcast this week. We discuss how USFWS foreign policy is negatively affecting some of Africa’s Big 5 species. When you prevent hunters for bringing their trophies back to the United States, you devalue the life of the species. Thus is the current situation with lions a ...…
 
In The Fire w/ Blossom - Atlanta Live Interview w/ Blossom RogersAtlanta Live Published on Nov 10, 2017Host: Shana Thornton and Shawn Evan MitchellEdited episode: Interview w/ Blossom Rogers.EducationLicenseStandard YouTube Licensen The Fire w/ BlossomBlossom is transparent in sharing her life's journey. This podcast is focused on inspiring, ed ...…
 
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PolliNation | A Pollinator Health Podcast
 
Find out more about what you can do for pollinators at your own home, and how Al blends aesthetic and functional aspects of landscaping and pollinator habitats. “It seemed just a horrible shame to have 500-odd acres of space here on campus and have it all strictly geared toward something you look at as you pass by. We could do a better job than ...…
 
Located in central California, Pinnacles National Park was established as America’s 59th National Park on January 10, 2013. Known as ‘The Park on the Move’, Pinnacles is of geological significance, and boasts beautiful and diverse habitats that range from spectacular wildflowers to oak woodlands and chaparral scrub, caves and rock spires. From ...…
 
Around 200 protesters, scientists, and environmental activists gathered this morning in Yellowwood State Park in Brown County; Governor Eric Holcomb released his 2018 agenda; Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is looking to breathe new life into the former RCA/Thomson Property, which has remained uninhabited for over a decade; The city of Bl ...…
 
In the US, and throughout the globe for that matter, the private sector is increasingly being looked to as a source of leadership for combating climate change. And many companies are stepping up, especially with the lack of leadership coming from Washington. Consider the family-owned company Mars, the world’s largest candy maker — it produces i ...…
 
In the US, and throughout the globe for that matter, the private sector is increasingly being looked to as a source of leadership for combating climate change. And many companies are stepping up, especially with the lack of leadership coming from Washington. Consider the family-owned company Mars, the world’s largest candy maker — it produces i ...…
 
For today's episode of Strategy Made Simple, Michelle Pereira of Habitat for Humanity Manitoba has agreed to talk about how they have established their place as a sustainable charity. She also talks of what drives her to keep doing the work she does.
 
This research examines the social, historical and political constitution of resource materialities and the contested process through which Bristol Bay has been claimed a resource environment. I examine the early permitting debates of Pebble Mine, a proposed industrial-scale mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska to understand the contemporary politics of ...…
 
Lodged rice, equipment breakdowns, parts shortages, crazy geese! In this episode of Rice Radio, we recap a California Rice Harvest that has been called one of the most difficult of the last 40 years. I also talk to Fish and Wildlife about the Waterfowl Hunting outlook for the upcoming winter. And what about all the water we need to grow rice an ...…
 
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Slate Star Codex Podcast
 
Rat Park is a famous study in which lab rats were kept in a really nice habitat that satisfied their every need. Contrary to the usual results with lab animals, scientists couldn’t get these happier rats addicted to drugs. Researchers concluded that drug addiction, far from being the simple biological story everyone assumed it was, was really a ...…
 
Helicopters flying near Carmel River State Beach Wednesday will be carrying boulders and large pieces of redwood trees to the lower Carmel River. The material will create new habitat for the federally threatened steelhead trout.By emahoney@kazu.org (Erika Mahoney).
 
I’m Jay Ferruggia, and I’ve been helping guys become the strongest version of themselves since 1994. You may have seen my work in Men’s Health, Muscle & Fitness, Maximum Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Fast Company, Huffington Post, LiveStrong, Muscle & Fitness Hers, Shape, Entrepreneur, Details or on ESPN or CBS. You know how group training is the big ...…
 
If you visit Ireland, try to spend at least two days exploring Killarney. This town makes a great base for exploring the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle peninsula, and its many highlights warrant at least two days for exploring the town and the Killarney National Park. On your first day, take a walk or a horse and buggy ride through Killarney Nati ...…
 
“You should always say, ‘I’m worth more.’” - Ethan P. This is a piece of advice from Ethan that I think we should all take to heart. He's a coach. He's an actor. He's a director. When Ethan says "Know Your Value," he isn't kidding. He preaches this to his clients, his friends, and most importantly: himself. Learning this at a young age sparked ...…
 
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Local Features by WXPR
 
Have you let the red lanterns light your way this fall? In this episode of wildlife matters, the Masked Biologist shares some excerpts from an Aldo Leopold essay about grouse hunting in autumn. It is October, and the red lanterns of autumn are lit. If you are not familiar with the red lanterns, it is a reference to one of Aldo Leopold’s essays ...…
 
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Herpetological Highlights
 
Following on from our interview with John McGrath, Australian geckos are our focus for episode 12. We talk about the influences on starred knob tail gecko habitat and why velvet geckos are important food for an elapid snake. Of course there is an Australian gecko for the Species of the Bi-Week. FULL REFERENCE LIST AVAILABLE AT: herphighlights.p ...…
 
Visiting people in a different country and barely speaking the language. Learning a language is hard! Finding Nemo in Spanish! (Buscando a Nemo) Question of the Week: Eye in the Sky (cameras everywhere?) Podcast from Radiolab Black sky is watching! Invest now! Younger people value their privacy less than us old folks? (well, it is complicated!) ...…
 
In a solo episode with Keith, hangout for a session in getting down to a few basic concepts about humanity, and the initial blessings laid at our feet. If it’s all so great, then why is the world we live in so messed up? Keith also talks about what sin is at its core, and what was lost, corrupted, and what we have left. One basic principle is t ...…
 
Chris Fitch discusses his debut book, “Atlas of Untamed Places: An Extraordinary Journey Through Our Wild World”, that takes reads on an adventure through historic habitats, untouched lands and peculiar wild phenomenon. With 45 unique and beautiful maps and stunning photography, it's an intrepid voyage to nature’s most unusual, unpredictable, a ...…
 
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Parks & Travel Magazine, for Big Blend Radio. On This Episode: - Atlas of Untamed Places – Chris Fitch, a senior staff writer for Geographical, discusses his new book “Atlas of Untamed Places: An Extraordinary Journey Throug ...…
 
On this episode I speak with Eric Wolverton. I met Eric when he worked at the local food bank and then we partnered on projects when he was the Executive Director at Habitat for Humanity here in Flagstaff, AZ. Eric shares his insights and lessons from those jobs as well as from his early childhood growing up on a family farm. Thank you to Volun ...…
 
Christina Massey a NY-based mixed media artist whose work explores her interest in the preservation of our planet. Christina has had solo shows at the Noyes Art Museum in Atlantic City, Roxybury Arts Group in Roxybury, NY and the Sarah Doyle Gallery in Providence, RI. This year she participated in the SPRING/BREAK Art Show and has had work show ...…
 
Sources & Resources #1: The Everyday War Presenter: Nicole Davis Further information and links: The Everyday War web resource Creature Feature #1: Frogs Presenter: Professor Andy May Interviewees: Associate Professor Andrea Gaynor, environmental historian, University of Western Australia; Associate Professor Kirsten Parris, urban ecologist, The ...…
 
This week's guest, Liz Flemming, is not afraid to let go of something if it is no longer serving her. Not to say that letting go is easy. She was severely bullied in school as a young girl so she left and was homeschooled. She became an actress and theater became a huge release for how she was treated as a child. Acting served her for a while b ...…
 
Taylor Trusty loves building – be it business or digital properties. He is the guiding force for Blackstone Media, a web design and development agency with offices in Louisville, Ky. and New York City. He built and leads the company with an unconventional background. A self-proclaimed computer nerd, Trusty began computer programming at the age ...…
 
To celebrate Willis Carriers 75th year since he invented HVAC Carrier partnered with Habitat for Humanity to bring their Heat Pump ductless solution to a homeowner that Habitat for Humanity was working with to resolve comfort issues in the home.Peirce Phelps working with Terry Hughes delivered a five head 4 ton heating and cooling ductless heat ...…
 
Jackson: Habitat Celebration: Love Thy Neighbor - 10.8.17 by RiverTree
 
“If you’re trying to put these structures into orbit, every gram counts. Not just every pound but every gram…So you are making structures that are operating at their margins.” — Dr Chauncey Wu, NASA Langley Research Center Today’s conversation features Dr Chauncey Wu, who is a research engineer at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virgin ...…
 
"We have this wonderful habitat at the headwaters, which is fed most of the year by snowmelt, and the fish can't get there."By digital@khsu.org.
 
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Local Features by WXPR
 
If you own a property with some trees or brush and would like to tinker with wildlife management, take note of today’s episode of Wildlife Matters . The Masked Biologist talks about brush piles for small mammal habitat. Small mammals rarely get attention from natural resource managers these days. Not intentionally; wildlife biologists are fans ...…
 
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