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Hey guys welcome to mine and Jake's first podcast where we will be discussing different topics and bringing along different guests. If you could show support on this or suggest anyone you would like to see appear feel free to let us know. We discuss our plans, our past and recent events including ksi vs logan paul and even talk about greg paul. We also got drunk lol, enjoy
 
A weekly podcast series dedicated to wildlife & nature where host Ryan Dalton (@mrryanjdalton) chats to experts in the field of natural science. Discussing everything from facts of individual specie, to more complex conservation topics. You need look no further for your wildlife updates. Also featuring a monthly side series about plants, trees & fungi called into The Foliage with co-host Janet Garner (@janetgarnercomedy).
 
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We talk to Lee Davies, mycologist and Fungarium Curator at the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, all about Fungi! We finally talk about this whole kingdom of life so far largely ignored by this podcast, discussing what fungi are, their different ecologies, the mycorrhiza fungi and their symbiotic relationships with trees, and how many are poisonous……
 
Now hear me out. I KNOW I've said in the past that birds are not my thing & I don't find them that interesting.....& they're not & I don't, I stand by that, but I will never underestimate their importance. This week I welcome a guest that focuses specifically on 2 UK species to discuss what's happened to them, what's being done for them & why these…
 
We're beginning a new podcast series on the Warrington Wolves Official Podcast! It's called, "Through the Wire" and it's a Rugby League podcast that isn't about Rugby League, it's about the people that play the game. This podcast series aims to get under the skin of the Warrington Wolves players, to find out who they are, what their passions are an…
 
Every year in England, the topic of Bovine TB & Badgers hits the media, & rightly so. Our governments solution to try to eradicate this disease or control the problem is to shoot A LOT of badgers. Has it worked? What else could be done? Why lethal control? Is this affecting badgers? Could we not try something less....aggressive? These are all quest…
 
I love chatting with wildlife filmmakers. It's never the same & always reveals new discoveries. This episode feels like it's been in the planning ever since Into The Wild began back in March 2020 because that's almost when I contacted this week's guest to ask her to be on the show. We both finally were able to pin a date in & I got the absolute ple…
 
We talk to 2 young naturalists Mya Bambrick and Ben Rumsby abut their experiences being a young naturalist in the UK today. We discuss what got them into wildlife, the upsides of social media from a young naturalist’s perspective, bird camps and Mya’s work with the Cameron Bespolka Trust, Vlogging and what Noc-Mig is.…
 
We're beginning a new podcast series on the Warrington Wolves Official Podcast! It's called, "Through the Wire" and it's a Rugby League podcast that isn't about Rugby League, it's about the people that play the game. This podcast series aims to get under the skin of the Warrington Wolves players, to find out who they are, what their passions are an…
 
It's not secret that the biodiversity of the UK (and the rest of the planet) is in deep deep trouble, but how often do we consider the plants in this? What kind of plants are rare in England, Scotland & Wales? What plants have we lost? And quite simply, why? On this episode I (because Jan is not well at the moment GET WELL JAN) talk with ecologist …
 
Listeners of Into The Wild will know that I am always keen to talk about topics that can often be divisive or that people will already have strong views on. This is mainly because these topics sometimes have biases from each side when being discussed in media or online. This week's episode is one of those topics. I am joined by deer stalker & land …
 
We talk to Dr Isla Hodgson about the sharks found in UK waters, including Basking Sharks. We answer your questions on sharks and talk how little we do know about these often misunderstood and unfairly maligned creatures. We also discuss Isla’s work with Basking Shark Scotland and the Save Our Seas Foundation which includes their……
 
FINALLY, after 72 episodes we are talking about my favourite group of animals, crocodilians! A few months ago I stumbled across someone on Twitter who was sharing the most adorable baby Alligator content. So it's no surprise that this person joins me today on the show to discuss the wonderful world of crocodilians. Herpetologist & MS student at Geo…
 
If you're a fan of nature (of course you are) & you're on social media (very likely too) then you will know that within the conservation industry there often debates or dare I say battles between people or organisations with opposing views. For example the shooting industry & the RSPB. This got me thinking, how does this affect the progress & overa…
 
It's been made incredibly clear that Jan & I love gardening & we spoke about that on the last episode of Into The Foliage HOWEVER one thing we haven't focused on yet is how to garden whilst being kind to the planet & wildlife. On this episode, we speak with hosts of The Wildlife Garden Podcast, Ellie & Ben all about that. From how to deal with cert…
 
A slightly different episode talking about Neil’s recent trips to Yorkshire, one with Zeiss to test out their Victory SF binoculars while enjoying the wildlife of Flamborough Cliffs and hoping to see the Albatross that had been seen there, and a 2nd trip to….well listen to find out! We also take a closer look at……
 
I've genuinely never heard someone say "Sloths? Me? Nah, not a fan." Because how could anyone not love them. So when I was sat wondering what animal to talk about next, it hit me......slowly (because it was a Sloth). Joining me on this week's episode is NatGeo Young Explorer, Zoologist & Sloth advocate, Lucy Houliston. From where we can find them, …
 
Jet Pack Guy again... OSH21 Followup... MOSAIC, Never Mind... Basic Med is 5, err 4 years old... EAA Granted LODA Exemption... Astronaut Wings... Falling Debris... Ice Cream Cake... US National Parks as flying destinations... Indonesian Airliner Arrives. All this and more on Uncontrolled Airspace Podcast. Recorded Aug 12, 2021. (51:00) [#661]…
 
Nature is wonderful. It's beautiful. It's interesting. It's cute. It's simply something that many of us adore & need within our lives........HOWEVER there are also parts of nature that we don't like. You simply can't like every part of it, it's impossible. So in order to embrace the dislike in the world of nature this special episode I am joined by…
 
For months, everyone was told to stay indoors or told to limit their time outside to only 1 hour meaning people around the world suddenly started to look more & appreciate local wildlife & greenspaces on their doorsteps. One person who did this to the max was wildlife biologist & presenter or BBC Earth & National Geographic, Lizzie Daly. Lizzie tel…
 
INTO THE WILD IS BACK! Nature nerds worry no more, I (Ryan) have enjoyed my month of & now we are back to bring you weekly episodes of chat all about wildlife, the planet & everything that lives on it. Lions. Probably the most well known animal on the planet. Majestic, powerful, adorable & the symbol of a king. Quite frankly it's embarrassing it's …
 
UCAP OSH21 Daily episode. Jack is losing his voice after a week of OSH21 socializing. He reports on a big, but mostly non-damaging thunderstorm... and he talks with friend of the podcast Jonathan Hardwick about the EAA B-25 "Berlin Express". All this and more on Uncontrolled Airspace Podcast. Recorded July 29, 2021. (14:00) [#658]…
 
We talk to Fiona McKenna and Dave Smallshire of the British Dragonfly Society (BDS) and the work they and the BDS do to engage people, record and conserve dragonflies and damselflies. We also find out what their favourite species of this fascinating group is!By Neil Phillips + Victoria Hillman
 
Circles Around Tornado... FAA on allowable flight training... UCAP at OSH21... OSH Notam 2021... Deal for Inbound OSH21 Pilots... Remembering Brad Marzari... Followup on AirForce Reaper Crash... Meeting Brad Marzari. All this and more on Uncontrolled Airspace Podcast. Recorded July 8, 2021. (0:58:38) [#653]…
 
The Legal Protection for some of the UK’s most vulnerable Wildlife, including adder, pine martens and mountain hares, is under threat from new proposals by the JNCC to only allow those that are classified as Endangered or Critically Endangered, or a European Protected Species (EPS) to be protected by law. Neil and Steve Allain look……
 
Quick Note: I can't believe I'm about to say this but.....I'M TAKING A MONTH OFF! This is a big deal for Ryan Dalton, as I never do this. This episode is our last episode until August 2021. Then we will be back with much more nature chat for you all! Gardens! Some of us have them, some of us long for them, others hate & refuse to do anything to the…
 
Just a heads up In this episode we talk about women being subject to harassment and worse. We talk to Lucy McRobert about the subject of her ‘Call it out’ article she wrote for Bird Guides (do have a read if you haven’t already), how birding or simply being out in nature alone can make…By Neil Phillips + Victoria Hillman
 
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