Best naturalist podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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The 90-Second Naturalist
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A daily glimpse into the natural world from Cincinnati Public Radio.
 
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90-Second Naturalist
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Lots of people have an innate love of nature and wild creatures, but are too busy to read a whole book or even a long magazine article about wildlife. The 90-Second Naturalist presents the natural world to you at a glance.
 
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Naturalistics podcast
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Naturalistics is a discussion based podcast dedicated to helping you to become a better naturalist. We base our process around the Naturalistics 'triforce' which contains the three ingredients of the naturalist - Curiosity - Observation - Story.
 
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Vagabond Naturalists
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Podcast by Vagabond Naturalists
 
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Photo Naturalist Podcast
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Tips and tutorials for the modern nature photographer
 
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90-Second Naturalist
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Lots of people have an innate love of nature and wild creatures, but are too busy to read a whole book or even a long magazine article about wildlife. The 90-Second Naturalist presents the natural world to you at a glance.
 
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NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke
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Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
 
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Wild Animals I Have Known
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A BOOK THAT CHANGED AMERICA... Ernest Thompson Seton was an influential naturalist, and a sometime professional hunter and trapper. Much of this book speaks to the contradictions between these roles. In November 2008, both the PBS series, "Nature," and the BBC series, "Natural World," presented episodes called "The Wolf That Changed America," about Seton, focused in particular on the first story in this book: "Lobo, King of the Currumpaw." Their contention was that his experiences in the cap ...
 
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Nature Notes
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WCCO's Naturalist Jim Gilbert and Denny Long bring you Nature Notes!
 
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Spiritual Naturalism Today
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A conversation on science, nature, and spirituality, sponsored by the Spiritual Naturalist Society.
 
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LampLight Radio Play
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A quarterly Radio Play of dark fiction.Inspired by the radio of the past, but built for modern ears, LampLight Radio Plays are audio adaptations of stories from LampLight Magazine. The hallmark of LampLight is stories that are chilling, rich, and that work on multiple levels, and the Radio Play is bringing that to the world of audio. Expect great performances, naturalistic sound design, and immersive stories to unsettle and entertain.
 
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Backyard Almanac
Weekly
 
Phenology with local Duluth naturalist Larry Weber every Friday morning on Northland Morning on KUMD 103.3fm Duluth Public Radio.
 
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The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson Podcast
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson was renowned during the mid 19th century as a philosopher, writer, public orator, naturalist and spiritual trailblazer. The essays collected for this podcast represent some of the best examples of this great American thinker's work. For more educational audio and video, please visit www.learnoutloud.com.
 
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Whale Scout Podcast
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Learn more about Pacific Northwest whales and beyond from experts including scientists, book authors, resource managers, naturalists, and more!
 
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Sir David Attenborough and Anthony Geffen: Meet the Developer
 
Broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough and producer Anthony Geffen discuss the new app, Natural History Museum Alive. The app features some of the museum’s most striking extinct specimens, exclusive footage and imagery, and guidance from David Attenborough himself. Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
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Bird News
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Bird news airs on Wednesdays at 8:35am, Thursday at 12:35pm and Fridays at 4:30pm.E. Vernon Laux is an author and ornithologist who's been birding the Cape and Islands for nearly 40 years. He's the resident naturalist and land manager for the Linda Loring Foundation on Nantucket.
 
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Animals Today Radio
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The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can tak ...
 
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NatureNotes with Rudy Mancke
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Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
 
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David Attenborough: Meet the Filmmaker
 
Join David Attenborough (Planet Earth, First Life, Flying Monsters 3D), Naturalist and Filmmaker as he talks to Anthony Geffen, Producer of their major new project Kingdom of Plants 3D.Kingdom of plants with David Attenborough is a multi-platform project which includes a three part series in 3D produced by Atlantic Productions with Sky 3D in association with Galileo Digital Entertainment. Shot over a year in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, the series reveals a new look at plant life through ...
 
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Squirrels and Other Fur-bearers by BURROUGHS, John
 
Squirrels and other Fur-Bearers, a collection of essays by American naturalist and essayist, John Burroughs, provides fascinating insight into the daily life of small woodland creatures. Included in these essays are Burrough's personal observations of squirrels, rabbits, mink, and chipmunks, as well as numerous other small mammals. Highly recommended for anyone, both young and old, with an interest in nature and wildlife. (summary by Laura Caldwell)
 
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On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin
 
Considered to be one of the books that changed the world and how we view ourselves, On The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin was met with incredulous horror when it was first published in 1859. The revolutionary, almost blasphemous ideas it described were seen as antithetical to the existing ideas of Creation contained in the Bible and other religious texts. It was mocked, reviled and the author was personally subjected to vicious persecution by the establishment and theologians. In the ye ...
 
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Nature Notes
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WCCO's Naturalist Jim Gilbert and Denny Long bring you Nature Notes!
 
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Wild Animals I Have Known by SETON, Ernest Thompson
 
Wild Animals I Have Known is an 1898 book by naturalist and author Ernest Thompson Seton. The first entry in a new genre of realistic wild-animal fiction, Seton's first collection of short stories quickly became one of the most popular books of its day. "Lobo the King of Currumpaw", the first story in the collection, was based upon Seton's experience hunting wolves in the southwestern United States. It became a classic, setting the tone for his future works that would similarly depict animal ...
 
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Don't Jargon Me, Episode 005
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Naturalist, Blackfoot educator, rattlesnake wrangler, barefoot runner, martial artist, video journalist, and podcaster
 
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Voyages of Doctor Dolittle (version 2), The by LOFTING, Hugh
 
Doctor Dolittle and his friends travel to South America to meet the greatest naturalist in the New World. A note to listeners: This book was written in a different time, and as such, contains language and sentiments that are offensive to modern sensibilities.- Summary by Karen Savage
 
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Nature Notes
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WCCO's Naturalist Jim Gilbert and Denny Long bring you Nature Notes!
 
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Dr. Roundbottom
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Field Sounds: a podcast of field recordings regarding the research of Dr. Julius T. Roundbottom, steampunk naturalist.
 
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Field Notes from the Montana Natural History Center
 
For keen observers, a walk to the grocery store or a hike up a mountain can inspire questions. Where do magpies nest? Why doesn’t a spider stick to its own web? How do water striders keep from sinking? Every week since 1992, Field Notes has inquired about Montana's natural history. Produced by the Montana Natural History Center, Field Notes are written by naturalists, students and listeners about the puzzle-tree bark, eagle talons, woolly aphids and giant puffballs of western, central and so ...
 
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The Story of Mankind by Hendrik van Loon
 
A book that won the Newberry Prize in 1921 for an Outstanding Contribution in Children's Literature, The Story of Mankind, by Hendrik van Loon is indeed a classic that has been enjoyed by generations of children and adults. The book is an engagingly written work, dedicated to the author Hendrik van Loon's two young son's Hansje and Willem. It was created to convey the history of the human race to young people in a way that was interesting, memorable and would spur them onto further research ...
 
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Natures Edge with Dale Stewart
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Natures Edge, explores a wide range of topics that aim to immerse the listener in the wonder, surprise and importance that nature has to offer. Dale Stewart is known worldwide as a naturalist, explorer, adventurist, and conservationist. He is also a published author and speaker, who still seeks that next great challenge. He has devoted much of his life to exploring the planet’s remotest rivers and living with and learning from indigenous people along the way. https://www.facebook.com/pages/N ...
 
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Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf, A by MUIR, John
 
Muir was a preservationist and naturalist. His activism helped to preserve the Yosemite Valley, Sequoia National Park and other wilderness areas. The Sierra Club, which he founded, is now one of the most important conservation organizations in the United States. In early March 1867, Muir was injured while working as a sawyer in a factory that made wagon wheels: a tool he was using slipped and struck him in the eye. This accident changed the course of his life. He was confined to a darkened r ...
 
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Princess Mary's Gift Book by VARIOUS
 
In 1917, Princess Mary, then 17 years of age, gave her name to this collection of short stories and essays from the most prominent authors of the time for the purpose of raising funds for the "Work For Women Fund". A few of the outstanding authors represented in this sparkling collection are J.M. Barrie with is essay on A Holiday in Bed; A. Conan Doyle; J.H. Fabre the naturalist with his well know description of The Ant-Lion; H. Ryder Haggard; Rudyard Kipling; Alfred Noyes ("A Spell for a Fa ...
 
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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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Among the Pond People by PIERSON, Clara Dillingham
 
Lovely book for children written by teacher and naturalist Clara Dillingham Pierson. This book in the "Among the People" series explores the animal inhabitants of a pond. The beautiful writing brings the pond creatures into being in the reader's imagination and allows them a glimpse of the mysterious lives being carried out above and below the water's surface. (Summary by Jill Engle)
 
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Ways of Wood Folk by LONG, William J.
 
Late nineteenth-century naturalist William J. Long invites us in to the secret worlds of the woodland animals. Containing Long's own animal observations along with stories related to him by other humans who inhabit the woods, these stories give us an insight into the behavior of wild animals as they go about their lives in their own secret places deep in the forests of eastern North America. Although Long was accused in his day of anthropomorphizing the animals he wrote about, readers who ar ...
 
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Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser
 
Published in 1900, Sister Carrie follows its protagonist, Carrie, as she resolutely makes her way through the bustling city of Chicago in the hope of achieving her ultimate goal of a securing a better and more glamorous life for herself. Effectively illustrating his reputation as one of America’s greatest naturalists, Dreiser deviates from the established norms and moral values present in the Victorian era, and instead focuses his attention on accurately portraying the basic instincts that i ...
 
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Vandover and the Brute by NORRIS, Frank
 
Vandover is a student who succumbs to a gambling addiction. This addiction causes him to divest himself of his cherished possessions and to lose his status in life, whilst his friends prosper. Eventually he is transformed by a strange degenerative lycanthropy, reduced to running back and forth across his apartment, naked, on all-fours. The novel was Norris' first, though published posthumously. Characteristically, it explores the themes of habit and addiction in a heightened "naturalistic" s ...
 
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Thylacine Research Unit (TRU) Podcast
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Is a committed group of scientists, naturalists and specialists from diverse backgrounds. The researchers who compose the T.R.U. are engaged in field investigations and experiments designed to address various aspects of the natural history and determination of the continued existence of the thylacine. Through the education and experience of its members and the quality of their research and investigation, the T.R.U. seeks to be the most credible and respected investigative network involved in ...
 
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Hiking Treks
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Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Secret of Everyday Things, The by FABRE, Jean-Henri
 
The clearness, simpicity, and charm of the great French naturalist's style are nowhere better illustrated than in this work, which in its variety of subject-matter and apt use of entertaining anecdote rivals "The Story-Book of Science," already a favorite with his readers. Such instances of antiquated usage or superseded methods as occur in these chapters of popular science easily win our indulgence because of the literary charm and warm human quality investing all that the author has to say ...
 
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Watch Nature Podcast
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On The Watch Nature Podcast host Brady Swenson discusses life on Earth, and how to observe and protect it, with leading biologists, conservationists, wildlife photographers, and naturalists of all kinds.
 
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Story Book of Science, The by FABRE, Jean-Henri
 
The famed French naturalist Fabre covers a large variety of subjects in these 70 short but fascinating essays about insects, animals and nature in general. The translator explains in her foreword, "The young in heart and the pure in heart of whatever age will find themselves drawn to this incomparable story-teller, this reverent reveler of the awe-inspiring secrets of nature. The identity of the "Uncle Paul," who in this book and others of the series plays the story-teller's part, is not har ...
 
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Hiking Trips Across The World
 
Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Hiking Treks Across the World
 
Love to get outdoors and discover nature's treasures? Hiking Treks is the show for you. We review hikes and excursions, review outdoor gear and interview a variety of naturalists and adventurers. Look for new episodes each week.
 
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Watch Nature Podcast
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On The Watch Nature Podcast host Brady Swenson discusses life on Earth, and how to observe and protect it, with leading biologists, conservationists, wildlife photographers, and naturalists of all kinds.
 
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The Adventures of Reddy Fox by Thornton W. Burgess
 
These delightful stories created by the writer known famously as the Bedtime Story Man provide hours of endless enjoyment for readers both young and old. His daily newspaper column which he wrote without a break from 1912 through to 1960 featured a host of engaging characters and their lively pranks and doings. In this charmingly illustrated volume, Reddy Fox, the young hero is sent to stay with his grandma. Grandmother Fox is the “wisest, slyest and smartest fox in all the country around” a ...
 
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Theodore Roosevelt; An Address Delivered Before The Congress Of The United States by LODGE, Henry Cabot
 
A biographical encomium delivered on the occasion of Roosevelt's death. Theodore "T.R." Roosevelt, Jr. (1858 – 1919) was an American author, naturalist, explorer, historian, and politician who served as the 26th President of the United States. He was a leader of the Republican Party (the "GOP") and founder of the Progressive Party. He is noted for his exuberant personality, range of interests and achievements, and his leadership of the Progressive Movement, as well as his "cowboy" persona an ...
 
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Among the Meadow People by PIERSON, Clara Dillingham
 
Lovely book of nature written for children by teacher and naturalist Clara Dillingham Pierson. This book in the "Among the People" series explores the animal inhabitants of the meadow and garden. The charming prose shrinks us down and puts us in the fascinating world of the tiny insects, amphibians, and birds who call the field their home. From the author's Introduction: "In selecting the tiny creatures of field and garden for the characters in this book, I have remembered with pleasure the ...
 
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Something Happening Here: A Mash-up of Science, Religion, and Politics
 
Something Happening Here takes a naturalist, humanist approach to what's going on here and now in this life, this planet. Science and reason provide the necessary objective tools; religion offers a subjective outlook. And they mesh perfectly! Or, well, maybe not. (Honestly, it's more fun than it sounds. At least occasionally.)
 
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Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, The by LOFTING, Hugh
 
Doctor John Dolittle is the central character of a series of children's books by Hugh Lofting. He is a doctor who shuns human patients in favour of animals, with whom he can speak in their own languages. He later becomes a naturalist, using his abilities to speak with animals to better understand nature and the history of the world.(summary from Wikipedia)
 
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Nicky Clayton/ Mark Cocker Listen to the recording here or on YouTube 6.30-8pm | 20 November 2017 Wolfson Theatre, LSE Speakers Nicky Clayton, Professor of Comparative Cognition, University of Cambridge Mark Cocker, Author and naturalist Chair Jonathan Birch, Fellow, The Forum; Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific ...…
 
The excitement never stops at the Brattle Book Shop as Ken describes some of his more fun and unique finds. Listen to the story of John Audubon's beautiful naturalist texts that sell for more than a mansion, or of the concert program detailing Bob Dylan's infamous electric performance at Newport. What will tomorrow bring? Like us? Listen and su ...…
 
Matt and Stefan interview Kaija Klauder, wolf tracker and researcher in Denali National Park in Alaska. Topics covered included: Trophic cascades, naturalist biases, imaginary friends, predators, scavengers, range expansion and much more! website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: natura ...…
 
This conversation is with Paul Rosolie, explorer and naturalist, author of 'Mother of God: one man's journey to the uncharted depths of the Amazon rainforest'. We talk about Paul's childhood love of wildlife and his struggles with the education system, his workout regime for staying in shape for the jungle, his state of mind when he ventures on ...…
 
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At The Movies
 
Waru invites eight women directors - mostly at the start of their careers - to contribute a ten-minute scene, shot in one take, to an 80 minute feature. Produced by Kerry Warkia and Kiel McNaughton. Also - No ordinary Sheila, a documentary about New Zealand writer, naturalist and illustrator Sheila Natusch, made by veteran film maker Hugh Macdo ...…
 
Michael & Reed continue their sorting of the most common plant families consumed by humans with naturalist and outdoor science teacher, Nina Vuoso, and discuss perhaps the most important issue: if hot dogs and jelly donuts are sandwiches! (THEY AREN'T, REED! WHY WOULD YOU THINK THAT!??) Follow us on Twitter! @SortingHat_Pod Reed Brice @thatdang ...…
 
BoneID is a visual guide for forensic anthropologists, law enforcement, naturalists, and the simply curious. This site’s extensive and easy-to-use database will help you identify bones from many common species regardless of your academic training.” The need for an online osteological database became apparent due to the overwhelming amount of fa ...…
 
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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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Before men ruled the earth, there were wolves. Once abundant in North America, these majestic creatures were hunted to near extinction in the lower 48 states by the 1920s. But in recent decades, conservationists have brought wolves back to the Rockies, igniting a battle over the very soul of the West. With novelistic detail, Nate Blakeslee tell ...…
 
Interview with Tullis Johnson and Heather Gring, curators and archivist at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, New York. The discussion is on Charles Burchfield who was an American painter and naturalist and his background which made him a precursor to the environmental movement.
 
Interview with Tullis Johnson and Heather Gring, curators and archivist at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, New York. The discussion is on Charles Burchfield who was an American painter and naturalist and his background which made him a precursor to the environmental movement.
 
A straw man, a Scotsman, and literally Hitler walk into a bar. Is it a joke (punchline: something something “unnatural”), or are they our top picks for the finest logical fallacies? Disclaimer: These fallacies are for educational purposes only. Please do not use them at home. More Important Disclaimer: This episode has nothing to do with Harry ...…
 
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IntuiTalks Network Broadcasts
 
Kathleen is our guest on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month we will be having a discussion show, while on the 4th Wednesday of each month we will talk with Kathleen in the first 40 minute segment then open up the phone lines and she will provide readings for you. Kathleen Moore is a gifted psychic medium ...…
 
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Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory?
 
Naturally, the educated man does not believe in propaganda, he shrugs and is convinced that propaganda has no effect on him. This is, in fact, one of his great weaknesses, and propagandists are well aware that in order to reach someone, one must first convince him that propaganda is ineffectual and not very clever. Because he is convinced of hi ...…
 
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 ...…
 
"Boos on Broadway" features a special "Night of the Living Dead" tour this Friday the 13! Sign up ahead of time to hold your spot. Southeast Missouri State University’s Homecoming is happening throughout the week and all weekend long - don’t miss the All Alumni Breakfast, the Homecoming Parade, tailgating and a football game this Saturday. Lear ...…
 
“Yes, I want to be empathetic to the pain in the world and bring about justice and restoration that’s not just about satisfying the aching of my own soul but that’s actually about living into redemption and reconciliation with all that is living.” — Levi Gardner Founder & Executive Director, Urban Roots Urban Roots is a small urban community fa ...…
 
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Spiritual Naturalism Today
 
Episode 25: Answering the question of whether or not God exists is not easy. A lot depends on what you mean by the word “God”. This episode explores some of the issues, and gives one possible answer to why so many people believe in God. This is a great discussion to get you thinking about the God concept and it relates to Spiritual Naturalism. ...…
 
Today on Life in 22 Minutes, Scott and Becky Mackintosh welcome special guest Moses Masoi, a true Maasai Warrior. On this episode Moses shares his experience as a humanitarian, naturalist, and safari guide on the Maasai Mara. Moses is the Executive Director of 100 Humanitarians in Kenya. He is a brilliant mentor and coach with mad skills in tec ...…
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan introduce the field guide rating system. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com
 
Will A.I. take us over, and one day look back on this time period as the dawn of their civilization? Richard Dawkins posits an interesting idea, or at the very least a premise to a good science-fiction novel.Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/richard-dawkins-richard-dawkins-why-ai-might-run-the-world-better-than-humans-doFoll ...…
 
Exploring the Historic Headwaters of the Laguna de Santa Rosa Walk with Jenny Blaker, Michael Knappman, Patrick Lei, and Kate Symonds Sunday, October 1, 2017 @ 10:00 am Explore the upper reach of the Laguna de Santa Rosa from downtown Cotati to the historic “headwaters” on a gentle, level, (but not wheelchair accessible) 3-mile loop walk. A num ...…
 
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Queen City Improvement Bureau
 
Prairie naturalist & former QCIB intern Jared Clarke returns to the subbasement. Will he clean out the microwave? (Spoilers: He will not clean out the microwave.) Plus, school zone safety and a very brief visit with Gordon Pepper of the Sask Film Pool. Music by Guidewire (aka Ryan Hill). Originally broadcast on 91.3 CJTR, Regina community radio.…
 
Sources referenced:Ellis, B. J., Figueredo, A. J., Brumbach, B. H., & Schlomer, G. L. (2009). Fundamental dimensions of environmental risk. Human Nature, 20(2), 204-268.Figueredo, A. J., Andrzejczak, D. J., Jones, D. N., Smith-Castro, V., & Montero, E. (2011). Reproductive strategy and ethnic conflict: Slow life history as a protective factor a ...…
 
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Naturalistics podcast
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan introduce the concept of phenology. Sorry no phrenology folks. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan, caught up on the excitement of peak bird migration, outline four keys to bird identification, and discuss some of the ruts that birding naturalists might fall into. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com…
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt interviews Stefan about his recent trip to Algonquin park in Ontario Canada. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan explore ways of incorporating naturalist observations into one's daily commute. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com
 
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Naturalistics podcast
 
This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan discuss a naturalistics approach to wildlife tracking. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com
 
Our first episode! This month on Naturalistics Matt and Stefan explore the fundamental question: "what is a naturalist?". Laying the foundation on which future episodes will build. website: https://naturalisticssite.wordpress.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalisticspod@gmail.com…
 
Some last moment slip ups find us on a different topic than planned. Not that anybody would notice, other than I just said so. We fall back on our ongoing Bible Survey. The actual next installment was #14, The Word Became Flesh. However, we already covered this in 97 An Unrecognized Christmas Gift, a solo episode where Nathan shared a sermon. B ...…
 
Episode 24: Join us and our guest, professor Rhonda Magee of the University of San Francisco. She has been studying how mindfulness and compassion practices can have a powerful impact on racial bias. She is author of “The Way of ColorInsight: Understanding Race in Our Lives Through Mindfulness-Based ColorInsight.” You can also read more in her ...…
 
Friends of the Dunes' Education Manager Suzie Fortner describes the incredible diversity of local bay and dune ecosystems that Friends of the Dunes works to conserve through community supported education and stewardship programs. One such program is the Coastal Naturalist Training , a 6-week course from September 7 to October 15. Evening lectur ...…
 
In this podcast, Deb Rudnick, an environmental scientist and chair of the Bainbridge Island Watershed Council, describes the upcoming Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup on Saturday September 9th. All members of our community – individuals, families, groups, and people of all-ages – are invited to participate in this one-day cleanup to maintain our ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/episode-64-wolf-howling.mp3 The paradox in human relationship to wilderness is that despite being understood as a region untouched by human activity, we seek to experience this wilderness at close range. Our quests for wilderness always begin with a human idea about what wilderness is – in cul ...…
 
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The One You Feed - Learn Good Habits to Increase Mindfulness and Happiness and Decrease Anxiety and Depression
 
Think theoretical physics is irrelevant to your everyday life and way over your head? You'll think differently after listening to this interview with Sean Carroll, theoretical physicist, poetic naturalist, and author.The meaning of life, the finitude of life, the choices we make and our experience of happiness and suffering all have a connectio ...…
 
For the first time in 26 years, all of the US will be treated to some form of an eclipse on Monday, August 21, with a large portion being able to view a total eclipse. Of course, parks of all types – national, state and local parks – are prime places to gather with community members and visitors to view this once-in-a-lifetime event. I had the ...…
 
Today my guest is Professor Robert Frank. Professor Frank is the Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management and Professor of Economics at Cornell University. Professor Frank’s books, which include Choosing the Right Pond, Passions Within Reason, Microeconomics and Behavior, Principles of Economics, Luxury Fever, What Price the Moral High G ...…
 
Carey Russell is an internationally-recognized filmmaker, photographer, writer and naturalist. A frequent collaborator with director Terrence Malick, Carey’s recent work includes directing the 10-part documentary web-series, “Tibetan Stories,” and a soon-to-be released book of photography about summer camps and scouting titled, “The New Arcadia ...…
 
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IntuiTalks Network Broadcasts
 
Kathleen is our guest on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. On the 2nd Wednesday of each month we will be having a discussion show, while on the 4th Wednesday of each month we will talk with Kathleen in the first 40 minute segment then open up the phone lines and she will provide readings for you. Kathleen Moore is a gifted psychic medium ...…
 
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Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
 
In 1784, Mozart encountered a flirtatious little starling in a Viennese shop who sang the theme from his Piano Concerto no. 17 in G major. Charmed, he brought the bird home to be his pet. For the next three years, the starling served as the famed composer’s companion, distraction, consolation, and muse. These days, starlings, a nonnative invasi ...…
 
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