Best wildlife podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Defender Radio is the world's top wildlife protection podcast. It is hosted by award-winning journalist Michael Howie and presented by The Fur-Bearers (thefurbearers.com).
 
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.
 
We're pulling back the curtain on all of our filmmaking secrets in the ultimate "how to" series. From the latest tech and coolest equipment in action, to the tricks of great sound and the chaos of the cutting room, it's all here. Whether you're looking for practical tips to make the most of your footage or just some pure filmmaking awesomeness, this is the series for you.
 
In the Master Wildlife Filmmaking podcast we interview wildlife filmmakers to get advice, inspiration and hear their stories of how they broke into the industry.
 
A program that probes the mysteries of the animal world through interviews with scientists and other wildlife investigators. Go to www.laurelneme.com/wildliferadio for complete archives.
 
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation leverages public funds with private philanthropy to create lasting changes in how TPWD stewards our natural resources.
 
Find out about all the wildlife in our animal series from the children's radio station Fun Kids.
 
Nature has a darker side you won't see on TV. But you will see it here. Featuring some of the most disturbing and complex behaviours you will ever witness in the wild, this series of animal videos pushes the boundaries of the natural world as you know it.
 
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Texas is the ONLY state in the USA that allows landowners to manage their land for native and/or migratory species of wildlife. The landowner will receive a the same tax benefits as if the land was being managed for livestock.
 
Learn the latest about fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing in Utah by tuning in to the Discover Utah Wildlife radio show each week. The show is broadcast on radio stations across Utah and is also posted at http://wildlife.utah.gov/radio/.
 
Arizona is a diverse state with many different animals. This podcast consists of short episodes discussing some of the wildlife and wildlife-related issues found in the state.
 
Reconnect with Nature | Hiking | Camping | Paddling | Wildlife | Astronomy
 
Animal Heroes is a podcast of feel-good short stories and interviews about Loving Life with Animals. Laurel Herman, inspired by her experiences meeting people through her own service dog, has recorded countless conversations with strangers about the power of the human-animal bond. Kids and adults - strangers no longer - share surprising glimpses into their lives. Laurel founded AnimalHero and AnimalHero Kids in 2005 to celebrate people who help animals, and animals who help people. All Anima ...
 
Dusty Showers is the host of Urban Wildlife Tales and the creator of The 6 Figure Trapper. Dusty shares stories, tips, tricks and secrets relating to urban wildlife and the mayhem they often bring.A lover of all animals and a professional veteran urban wildlife trapper, Dusty always seeks humane solutions.
 
Welcome to WCC, the first podcast dedicated to Australian wildlife science and conservation! The best science discussions often happen after dinner, usually over cake, frequently over cocktails, but always in a relaxed atmosphere. Grab some dessert, pour a tasty drink, and come join us at the table for a relaxed chat with some amazing wildlife scientists and our animal nerd buddies. Enjoy! Producer: Kristian Summers Host/Nerd: Janne Torkkola
 
The River ‘S’ Discovery Auto Tour route is a one-way 4.2-mile loop on graveled road that is open every day to vehicles during daylight hours in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.
 
You took the time to convert your land to be appraised for wildlife use. What NEXT? In this episode I explain what you need to do to keep your wildlife management use valuation.
 
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Half an hour of the freshest, bass-iest and ghetto-est music from all across the globe. Including baile funk, duke, hip-hop, techno, electro, bassline, dubstep.
 
The Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal Wildlife Trade aims to provide an international hub for interdisciplinary research on the illegal wildlife trade, and foster strong partnerships across sectors, particularly through its Wildlife Trade Symposia. Evolving Perspectives on the Demand for Illegal Wildlife Products is our first symposium to be held in Oxford, on the 25th-27th September 2017.The illegal and unsustainable wildlife trade is a major and growing threat to biodiversity, contrib ...
 
Continuing education designed for wildlife professionals like rehabilitators, educators, and veterinary staff who can’t find enough hours in the day to further their education. Learn at your own pace and on your own time. Visit us at www.rmwalliance.org
 
Want a 100% wildlife photography podcast? Join Thomas as he explores everything you should know from wildlife photography techniques to equipment reviews in the podcast from www.thephotocast.com New Podcast Every Tuesday!!
 
A complete soundtrack, merging the genre's of house, minimal and techno in its organic form.
 
Find out about all the wildlife in our animal series from the children's radio station Fun Kids.
 
Join Steve Crawford and Adrian Sherriff as they chat with their guests about some of the most unique and fascinating wildlife on Earth.
 
Ever have a skunk spray under your home? Or wake up to find bats in your attic have flown into the bedroom? Wildlife and people are intimately linked in a constant give and take. Sometimes these animals find their way into our homes and create all kinds of conflict while just trying to carve out a niche for themselves. On the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast we're discussing nuisance wildlife removal and home damage repair solutions that are practical for you whether a DIY or hiring a Wildl ...
 
The Craters of the Moon National Park, one of the few national parks with volcanic features, possesses a unique Lava Flow Habitat. This series of podcasts touches on two of the species that dwell in this distinctive habitat, and describes how the park came to possess its unique geological features.
 
Trapper Robb & WpN Friends featuring audio discussions about Wildlife removal, pest control, beekeeping and SEO & Web DesignThis Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
Educating Texas Landowners about Texas Wildlife Management Tax Valuation (Mistakenly called "ag exemption"). Be educated with factual information!
 
The Paradise Wildlife Park Keepers talk about the Animals we have at the park. Learn more about the 'Big Cats', the 'Reptiles' and more. For more information about Paradise Wildlife Park please visit: www.pwpark.com
 
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Half an hour of the freshest, bass-iest and ghetto-est music from all across the globe. Including baile funk, duke, hip-hop, techno, electro, bassline, dubstep.
 
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To have or not to have children, that is a most vexing question and one I wrestled with personally during my 30s. A career in conservation and, in particular, being steeped in issues of climate change, firmly planted me on the fence on the issue. After all, how could I bring a life into this doomed world? At the same time, I witnessed nature’s ...…
 
Thomas talks about all about traveling to the Falkland Islands from beginning to end. He also explains how he used a 72 hour delay to his advantage, why should you use a shot list, having penguin neighbors, and even surviving a storm with sustained category 2 winds.
 
With Michael Swango in custody for fraud, it's up to the scientists to figure out how he killed his patients - before his sentence is up and he gets another chance to escape. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
When France sent ambassador Jean-Marie Bayol to Dahomey to secure a deal for the kingdom's rich natural resources, he was greeted by an elite force of all-women warriors known as the Agooji. Their... The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
The assassin bug's deadly proboscis is both sword and siphon. It uses its sharp nose to pierce and inject toxins into its victims, and then to suck out their liquified insides. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
In an unwelcome environment, building an eco-friendly house is a major challenge. But architect Mike Reynolds thinks he's found a design solution in his innovative "Earthships." The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
In episode 68 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons travels down under to Melbourne, in the state of Victoria. Doug is invited to give the keynote address at the Victoria Adaptation Summit, then he participates in the National Adaptation Conference, where he interviews experts from throughout southern Australia. Learn innovative adaptation techniques ...…
 
Our rationally dominant culture(s) could use some more creativity. Like Einstein said, "No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it." So.... let's shift our levels of consciousness with some creativity! Whitney Freya, a self-taught and expressed artist, uses art as therapy and healing with clients around the wo ...…
 
Cougars have been in the news recently, particularly in British Columbia. Conflict with Canada’s big cats isn’t overly common, but when cougars end up in communities, lethal action seems to be the first response. And that’s why we called up Bryce Casavant. Bryce is a former Conservation Officer who made international headlines when he refused o ...…
 
Tiffany Kersten joins Tony to talk about the proposed border wall and how it will impact wildlife and wildlife viewing in the lower Rio Grande Valley. The border wall plans do seem to be on hold for the moment, but they remain Trump administration policy, so stay involved. Tiffany Kersten Heads up, we close with a song with explicit lyrics: F** ...…
 
Today we are welcoming back our guest from episode 92 of the show - Nate Dappen. Nate is a filmmaker focused on telling stories about science and conservation, and he has a new film, just released this week, called “the Passage”. The Passage is a bit of a departure from Nate’s typical storytelling style - it’s a deeply personal story focused on ...…
 
Do you want to learn about the process of planning a major expedition? Join Thomas (wildlife photographer and guide) as he talks about the moments preparing to travel to the Falkland Islands!
 
Cougars have been in the news recently, particularly in British Columbia. Conflict with Canada’s big cats isn’t overly common, but when cougars end up in communities, lethal action seems to be the first response. And that’s why we called up Bryce Casavant. Bryce is a former Conservation Officer who made international headlines when he refused o ...…
 
Guiding the mega cruise ship Quantum of the Seas into port is never a simple task. This time, it's headed to Fort-de-France, Martinique--where no ship of that size has ever docked before. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
Contrary to popular opinion, the chances of survival in gladiatorial games were higher than originally thought. In fact, only 1 in 9 fights ended in death. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
Sara Sophia is an author and energy healer who works with clients to recover themselves after trauma, soul loss, and broken spirits to assist them in reclaiming their sacred wholeness. Focusing on self love, consciousness awareness and modern spirituality with integrity, Sara Sophia is a wonderful person to include in your online, and in-life, ...…
 
The family that plays together, stays together. Leon McNeil and his family exemplify that saying, and they are sharing their love of the outdoors with hundreds of urban children through a program called City Kids Adventures. We caught up with the McNeills after a recent Saturday morning kayak trip on the Guadalupe River. Listen in on a conversa ...…
 
Summer is often cited as a favorite season, what with long days and favorable weather for outdoor adventures. Living in Montana, however, Summer has gotten shortened by a new, worrisome season: Fire. Months of smoke-filled skies, waking up to a layer of particulate matter covering everything and a worry that seeps into every cell of my being ma ...…
 
Cody’s passion for nature has helped him to carve out a niche in the natural history genre, working with networks including Discovery, Smithsonian, Netflix, IMAX and many more.
 
In this episode of the Maine Wildlife Management Podcast, we talk about some of the common complaints and issues with raccoons in and around the home. As of the time of the recording it is Spring in Central Maine. The raccoon mothers are having young babies, and looking to have them inside attics and homes. We discuss some of the control measur ...…
 
Do you want to improve your wildlife photography field workflow? Join Thomas (wildlife photographer and guide) as he talks about the moments leading up to pressing the shutter!
 
In 1861, Mexico refused to pay back the sizable debt it owed to countries like France. It was a decision that would prompt France, under Napoleon III, to launch a full-scale invasion. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
National Airlines Flight 102 took off from an airfield in northeastern Afghanistan on April 29, 2013. Minutes later, it would stall in midair before crashing to the ground. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
In episode 67 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons talks with Rich Sorkin, CEO and Co-Founder of Jupiter Intel. Rich shares the history of Jupiter Intel as a silicon valley start up and his short and long term goals in this emerging field. Doug and Rich discuss Jupiter’s core business of risk modeling and the uncertainties associated with future mod ...…
 
Special (very long, thorough – don’t make this your first Urban Wildlife Podcast episode) Episode: Billy, Tony, and biologist Clint Springer dive into the outdoor cat literature. This is a companion to our Cat Wars episode. Finally we sat down and went through the literature cited by Alley Cat Allies as well as the literature Alley Cat Allies d ...…
 
Special (very long, thorough – don’t make this your first Urban Wildlife Podcast episode) Episode: Billy, Tony, and biologist Clint Springer dive into the outdoor cat literature. This is a companion to our Cat Wars episode. Finally we sat down and went through the literature cited by Alley Cat Allies as well as the literature Alley Cat Allies d ...…
 
The annual Swift Survey has been running since 2009, gathering information on where swifts are nesting across the UK. Swift numbers are 53 per cent down over the last 30 years and data from the survey, coupled with some ground breaking research in Northern Ireland, is providing clues to why this might be happening. On this episode of Nature’s V ...…
 
Science literacy is growing more important by the day – particularly for advocates looking to make change in the lives of animals and the environment. But between complex, academic papers, bureaucrats and others who don’t fully explain theories or provide citations, and the world of instant-access social media, it isn’t always easy to be on the ...…
 
Chuck Naiser has been called the godfather of fly fishing guides on the Texas coast. His friend, David Sikes, has been the outdoor writer for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times for more than 20 years and has been chronicling Chuck’s efforts. Listen in on a conversation with these two experts on the Texas coast in our latest podcast.…
 
We head up to Brisbane's northside to chat with Professor Rob Capon from the University of Queensland's Institute of Molecular Biosciences and the Cane Toad Challenge. By studying the chemical ecology of these invasive, toxic toads, Prof. Capon and his team have developed a toad-specific bait for luring tadpoles into DIY traps. We take a few mi ...…
 
Words of insight, expansion and truth are MaryBeth Bonfiglio's gift to the world, and we are excited to share a snippet of them here with you today! MaryBeth and Lola delve into the turbulent and murky waters of personal decolonization, ancestral healing, and conscious parenting to bring clarity and levity to sacred and healing work. Could micr ...…
 
Do you want to talk wildlife photography gear? Join Thomas (wildlife photographer and guide) as he talks about the equipment he relies on in the field!
 
Science literacy is growing more important by the day – particularly for advocates looking to make change in the lives of animals and the environment. But between complex, academic papers, bureaucrats and others who don’t fully explain theories or provide citations, and the world of instant-access social media, it isn’t always easy to be on the ...…
 
The henna tradition at Indian weddings is rooted in Indian folklore and is both decorative and symbolic. Many of the elaborate floral patterns signify new beginnings, as well as a sense of purity. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
Adventurer Casey Anderson has tracked a female mountain lion to her unlikely den: an abandoned ranch close to his home. He ventures inside, camera in hand, for a closer look. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
It’s just about impossible to be Canadian and not hear about pipelines, oil, tankers, and other environmental and political hot potatoes in British Columbia and Alberta. But in much of the debates, regardless of which side you fall on, there is one element often forgotten: wildlife. The impact of oil and other materials on wildlife can be extre ...…
 
Today, we take you for a tour of the inside of Wild Lens as the organization starts the difficult process of transforming, growing and differentiating. Following a weekend retreat with collaborators and contributors to the work of Wild Lens, I spoke with Matt Podolsky and Sean Bogle about this process, what it has looked like, how it feels and ...…
 
It’s just about impossible to be Canadian and not hear about pipelines, oil, tankers, and other environmental and political hot potatoes in British Columbia and Alberta. But in much of the debates, regardless of which side you fall on, there is one element often forgotten: wildlife. The impact of oil and other materials on wildlife can be extre ...…
 
Decision fatigue, analysis paralysis, uncluttering your life? Are these concepts new to you? If so, dive into This Wild Life's interview with A Life Uncluttered's Sofia Alvim as we discuss her consulting practice designed to release clients from clutter and overwhelm to allow them freedom to live more intentionally and complete. xo, lola + tigr ...…
 
How do you deal with a king cobra that's holed up in a busy village in India? If you're Gowri Shankar, world famous snake handler, it's a simple matter of grabbing the snake by the tail and putting... The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
In large airports like Frankfurt's, there is one building you'll probably never see inside, until now. Take a peek at the Animal Lounge, which hosts 300,000 traveling pets and animals each day. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
In episode 66 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons talks with Kate Bishop Williams at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Kate is a lecturer at the University and Waterloo and she used an America Adapts episode, “Deconstructing a Climate Change Skeptic” as part of her class curricula. Kate discusses why she chose this episode to use a too ...…
 
Part 2 of our RepX Brisbane Reptile Expo 2018 podcast is here! After running around the RepX Brisbane Reptile Expo 2018 all morning, interviewing stallholders and demonstrators for Part 1, we finally get to sit down and have some longer chats with some of these amazing reptile breeders, snake handlers, and various other wildlife experts at the ...…
 
It's finally here! WCC podcast is coming at you from RepX Brisbane Reptile Expo 2018 at the Royal International Convention Centre, Brisbane Showgrounds. In this first part of the show, we explore some of the amazing reptile collections, demonstrations, and the people behind them while we wander RepX the showroom. With a massive array of lizards ...…
 
Alex's passion for macro-wildlife cinematography is evident as he explains his aspirations as a wildlife filmmaker.
 
A hint of anger or disgust can be heard when conversation turns to wolves and coyotes in some communities – particularly those where managing livestock pays the bills. A long-held belief in many regions of the world – including many parts of Canada – is that eliminating these predators will protect livestock. Though numerous studies show that b ...…
 
If you’re like me, you are a total sucker for story. The kind that make me lean-in, as if my ears closer to the speaker could possibly offer more, is my favorite. I’ve come to learn that this is, in fact, a nearly universal human trait, emerging spontaneously in childhood, and existing in all cultures studied thus far. Humans have been telling ...…
 
A hint of anger or disgust can be heard when conversation turns to wolves and coyotes in some communities – particularly those where managing livestock pays the bills. A long-held belief in many regions of the world – including many parts of Canada – is that eliminating these predators will protect livestock. Though numerous studies show that b ...…
 
Independence Day in 1970 at Yosemite National Park should have been an occasion for celebration. Instead, it became a day of violence between park rangers and young campers. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
An archaeological expedition into the wilderness of North Carolina uncovers evidence of a remarkable settlement once filled with runaway slaves determined to evade capture. The latest in science, culture, and history from Smithsonian Channel.By appsupport@smithsoniannetworks.com.
 
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