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The Mediocre Alaskan Podcast
Episode 324 - Best of '22; Caribou recap

The Mediocre Alaskan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 71:06


Ryan John and I recap our caribou hunt on the North Slope. We talk expectations, tundra, out-of-state-hunters, and common sense safety. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ohio Huntsman Podcast
Justin Ross of Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry and Archery Hike

Ohio Huntsman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 65:42


This week Andrew and Paul give you a quick recap of their holiday endeavors, the arctic blast, of course turkeys, and other exciting things around the state.  The ODNR has awarded a grant of $25,000 to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, and why wouldn't you want to have your buddy from FHFH on the show to discuss!Justin Ross joins the show to talk about his cancelled Caribou hunt, last second Antelope hunt, chasing white tails around Ohio, Archery hike and of course FHFH.  Justin is an avid hunter that has some monster bucks hanging on his wall, but he has taken that passion to another level in helping local food banks with FHFH.  He's utilizing the Archery Hike as a way to raise money for FHFH, while allowing archers to enjoy an outstanding 3-D course in the Hocking Hills.  Justin is a great friend of the show, and if you have any questions regarding FHFH or Archery hike, please let us know and we will get you in touch!Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content!www.theo2podcast.comGoWild ProfileTethrdFirst LiteMidWest Gun WorksInstagram: @the.o2.podcastTwitter: @OhiohuntPatreon

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Ohio Outdoors - Justin Ross of Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry and Archery Hike

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 67:12


This week Andrew and Paul give you a quick recap of their holiday endeavors, the arctic blast, of course turkeys, and other exciting things around the state. The ODNR has awarded a grant of $25,000 to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, and why wouldn't you want to have your buddy from FHFH on the show to discuss! Justin Ross joins the show to talk about his cancelled Caribou hunt, last second Antelope hunt, chasing white tails around Ohio, Archery hike and of course FHFH. Justin is an avid hunter that has some monster bucks hanging on his wall, but he has taken that passion to another level in helping local food banks with FHFH. He's utilizing the Archery Hike as a way to raise money for FHFH, while allowing archers to enjoy an outstanding 3-D course in the Hocking Hills. Justin is a great friend of the show, and if you have any questions regarding FHFH or Archery hike, please let us know and we will get you in touch! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more awesome content! www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile Tethrd First Lite MidWest Gun Works Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Alaska Wild Project
AWP Episode 095 ”Looking Ahead”

Alaska Wild Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 174:48


Daniel Buitrago, Brandon Fifield & Chad Aurentz recap 2022 & look ahead to 2023 and a big step forward for AWP!   Best material used for building re-curve and trad bows (Osage, Bamboo & Cedar), “Empire of the Summer Moon” by author S.C. Gwynne, “No Country for Old Men” & “The Road” by author Cormac McCarthy, audio books vs. paperback, Hardcore History Podcast by Dan Carlin, comedian Bert Kreischer “The Machine” tour stop and back to back shows in Anchorage, Alaska community showing up for shows, AZ Mule deer hunt plans 2023, AWP & BHA collaboration live podcast even for the BHA pint night @ the Palmer Ale  House Monday, January 16, 2023, On X Hunt, vs. Basemap & Garmin Earthmate, Brandon & Daniel's draw permit (Caribou) blunder, wishful permits (elk, bison & goat), SCI holiday dinner attendee Emily Thompson winner of the “New Member of The Year Award”, new Netflix documentary “The Volcano”, Chads bungee jumping endeavor @ Hurricane Gulch, Daniel's “for the record” correction on whaling numbers in the 19th century (2.9 million recorded whales harvested), shout out to Kyle w/young guides podcast & Frank Shultz for the tie fly science stuff, that good Mormon wood?, fireplace inserts, 2023 goals & most anticipated adventures     www.alaskawildproject.com https://www.instagram.com/alaskawildproject/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYEEV6swi2yZWWuFop73LQ

RA Podcast
RA.864 Skee Mask

RA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 103:27


Skee Mask is one of dance music's greatest crossover stories of the past decade, with new albums greeted with the attention usually reserved for an Aphex Twin or a Caribou. ("Loved seeing this on r/indieheads," said one Reddit user, on the release of the 2021 LP Pool.) It's not hard to understand why: albums like Compro, he blends well-worn dance music tropes with incredible, detailed soundscapes and spine-tingling melodies. And on his 12-inches, he brings that sensibility to the dance floor, with an approach probably best described as articulate. Even on his most ambient of tracks, everything is in its right place. Along with founders the Zenker Brothers, his music outlines everything that makes Munich outfit Ilian Tape one of the best techno labels going. On the decks, it's kind of a different story. It might surprise you if you only know his albums, but Skee Mask is an incredible DJ, balancing his predilection for hip-hop and UK-informed sounds with laser-focused techno. He can adapt to all sorts of situations—there's an incredible recording of him DJing with four of the best grime and drum & bass MCs in the business—and on his RA Podcast he focuses on the techno side of things, with nearly two hours of pacey techno and creative mixing, with dips into acid, electro, garage and more. It's a party-starting mix from a genuine star, perfect for getting through the holiday doldrums or pre-gaming your NYE plans. Like Skee Mask's best records, it's something to enjoy in any number of settings. @skeemask-music Read more at https://ra.co/podcast/864

Outdoor Journal Radio: The Podcast
Episode 46: Eels for Christmas? w/ Santa Claus

Outdoor Journal Radio: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 62:18


Thank you to today's sponsor!AsianCarp.ca - your resource for information and news regarding the overall threat of Asian carps to the Great Lakes and beyond.This week on Outdoor Journal Radio, the boys are joined by The Big Man himself to talk Reindeer, ice fishing, and the need for windshield wipers.First, however, some festive housekeeping was in order. Topics discussed include: whether Reindeer and Caribou are the same animal; why Reindeer are part of Christmas; eating Rudolph; favourite Christmas movies; executing eels; Lasagna over turkey; sleeping in skates; and Pete's love of the Trans Siberian Orchestra.With those matters out of the way, Ang and Pete head to the phones and call up long-time Outdoor Journal Radio guest, Santa Claus. Topics discussed include: what Santa used before Reindeer; whether dogs can fly; why his sleigh now has windshield wipers; whether pooping in the woods gets you on the naughty list; the ultimate Grinch: The Grass Carp; offending the animals; selecting the perfect ice fishing location; ice fishing electronics; and much more!To never miss an episode of Outdoor Journal Radio, be sure to subscribe to the show and, if you like what you heard, leave us a review!More from Angelo and Pete:► WEBSITE► FACEBOOK► INSTAGRAM► YOUTUBE

Just the Zoo of Us
79: Reindeer w/ Olivia deBourcier! (REPLAY)

Just the Zoo of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 51:08 Very Popular


This episode originally aired on December 25, 2020. This version of the episode includes minor updates and audio edits. Join Ellen & special guest, ecologist and science communicator Olivia deBourcier, for a festively themed review of reindeer! We talked about what makes them so well suited to the chilly climates they thrive in, from the tips of their impressive antlers all the way down to their clicky hooves, plus what it's like to work with them and the threats they're facing in their natural habitats.Links:Follow Olivia on Instagram or Twitter!Check out Beyond Blathers and follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!Check out the the Pangolin Holiday Spectacular mentioned in the episode!Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Discord!Cover photo: lightpix via Getty images

Just the Zoo of Us
79: Reindeer w/ Olivia deBourcier! (REPLAY)

Just the Zoo of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 51:08


This episode originally aired on December 25, 2020. This version of the episode includes minor updates and audio edits. Join Ellen & special guest, ecologist and science communicator Olivia deBourcier, for a festively themed review of reindeer! We talked about what makes them so well suited to the chilly climates they thrive in, from the tips of their impressive antlers all the way down to their clicky hooves, plus what it's like to work with them and the threats they're facing in their natural habitats.Links:Follow Olivia on Instagram or Twitter!Check out Beyond Blathers and follow them on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok!Check out the the Pangolin Holiday Spectacular mentioned in the episode!Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Discord!Cover photo: lightpix via Getty images

Anchorage Daily News
Third winter storm hits Anchorage & Preserving the Western Arctic caribou herd

Anchorage Daily News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 5:50


Third winter storm hits Anchorage; Preserving the Western Arctic caribou herd; Alaska state lawmaker accused of violating the state constitution's disloyalty clause

Drivetime with DeRusha
Jason talks to the Media & Caribou turns 30

Drivetime with DeRusha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 29:21


Hour 2: Jason talked with Kyeland Jackson about working for the Star Tribune. And John Puckett started a small coffee shop 30 years ago today called... Caribou Coffee.

Drivetime with DeRusha
Caribou turns 30

Drivetime with DeRusha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:59


One of the big names in coffee, Caribou, turns 30 years old today. The man who began it all, John Puckett, joined Jason to talk about how far the business has come.

The Globe Minute
LISTEN: Murder verdict, Caribou opens, ice storm, child labor injunction, free clinic | Dec. 14, 2022

The Globe Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 6:35


Top headlines: First-degree murder verdict, Caribou Coffee opens in Worthington, ice storm strikes the area, PSSI gets injunction after child labor accusation, Worthington's free clinic partners with Sanford, city approves tax levy increase of 15.44%, Crailsheim student letter. The Globe Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters at The Globe. For more news from throughout the day, check out dglobe.com.

The Brown Note Movie Review
Daphni - Cherry (2022) Album Review

The Brown Note Movie Review

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 8:09


Canada's Dan Snaith hits his most prominent album that isn't under the name Caribou, with this DJ mixtape in fell, collection of more up tempo, club-oriented tracks, akin to Nicholas Jaar doing his AAL project. Catnip (for me) references, early 90s techno, Orbital, UK garage, Four Tet, filter disco, and on... for a nearly (but not 100%) perfectly curated set.

Reportage International
Québec: pour sauver le caribou forestier, ONG et communauté autochtone s'organisent

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 2:24


Le bourdon à tache rousse, la chauve-souris nordique, la raie tachetée, la couleuvre brune font partie des espèces que le gouvernement du Québec vient de placer sur la liste des espèces menacées à l'occasion de l'ouverture de la COP15 sur la biodiversité à Montréal. Cependant, le caribou forestier, qui ressemble beaucoup au renne de Laponie, ne bénéficiera pas de nouvelles mesures de protection alors qu'il a quasiment disparu de la vallée du Saint-Laurent. Les organismes de défense de l'environnement s'inquiètent de sa possible disparition. « Nos grands-parents, mon grand-père entres autres, chassaient le caribou. Le nord de notre territoire, c'était une forêt de caribous il n'a pas si longtemps. » Louis Lesage veille sur le territoire des Wendats, une des nations autochtones établie un peu au nord de la ville de Québec. Comme beaucoup d'autres, il constate la quasi-disparition de ce quadrupède un peu moins gros qu'un cheval dans le sud du Québec. Il a fallu mettre une quinzaine d'individus dans un enclos pour les protéger, à 1h30 à vol d'oiseau de là. Pour lutter contre ce déclin, la communauté wendat a pris une décision. Réguler le nombre de prédateurs « Faut prendre un choix déchirant, à un endroit précis, dans un secteur précis, là où les femelles caribous mettent bas, on va essayer d'éliminer le plus possible les prédateurs qui sont là, principalement l'ours. L'ours, au printemps, est un prédateur très important des jeunes caribous. » Au printemps, les Wendats piègent donc l'ours. Sauf que d'autres prédateurs s'attaquent aussi aux caribous, notamment le coyote et le loup. Cependant, ce sont surtout les coupes forestières qui précipitent sa disparition, comme l'explique la biologiste Marianne Caouette de Nature Québec, un organisme qui défend l'environnement. « La cause ultime du déclin du caribou au Québec, c'est la transformation de l'habitat par les activités humaines et tout particulièrement par l'exploitation forestière. Toutes les coupes forestières et la construction des chemins forestiers, ça va vraiment nuire au caribou, mais aussi favoriser ses prédateurs. C'est un indicateur de la santé de nos écosystèmes, de notre environnement. Donc, quand on perd le caribou, on sait que quelque chose ne va pas bien dans l'écosystème. Ce n'est pas seulement le caribou qui va disparaître, mais probablement beaucoup d'autres espèces. Et cela a un impact sur nous les humains qui profitons de ce que la nature nous offre. » Recréer un environnement propice au caribou Conscients de l'importance de disposer de forêts sans coupes forestières, les Wendats veulent relier entre eux des parcs régionaux et des territoires au nord de Québec pour créer un environnement propice aux espèces sauvages. « Dans quelques années, on va se ramasser avec un immense territoire de vieilles forêts, très bonnes pour le caribou dans le futur. Donc, a cette chance-là ici d'avoir des secteurs forestiers qui vont être prêts à accueillir le caribou quand on va le relâcher de là où il est en enclos », explique Louis Lesage. Pour l'instant, le gouvernement du Québec refuse de prendre de telles mesures, mais la société civile veille au grain.

My Dream Log Cabin- Log Cabin Construction Discussion and Stories of How Others Achieved The Log Cabin Dream - Tune In to lea
Dream Home For Christmas - Caribou Creek Clients Share What The Design and Building Process Was Like on Their Hybrid Home

My Dream Log Cabin- Log Cabin Construction Discussion and Stories of How Others Achieved The Log Cabin Dream - Tune In to lea

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 32:35


On a remote 11 acre parcel in the quiet woods of Montana sits a stunning modern mountain home that features huge arched timber trusses, dovetail log walls, as well as traditional sheet rock. The elegance and grandeur this home portrays is breathtaking. And it was ready for move in just in time for Christmas! Be sure to follow us on Instagram to see images and video of the home. Tune in as homeowners Tamra and Keri share their log home journey and their construction experience. Joining us on this episode is host Lindsay Sutherland, Project Manager Jenna Magee, and Draftsman Stuart Yoder. Find out more about them at www.cariboucreek.com/about www.instagram.com/cariboucreek This podcast is sponsored by Caribou Creek Handcrafted Log Homes - making dreams come true since 1989. Schedule your no obligation consultation at www.cariboucreek.com/contact Tags: Log home construction, dream cabin, log cabins  

Gritty Podcast
EP. 746: ALASKA ADVENTURES & RIFLE PERFORMANCE | RYAN LAMPERS

Gritty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 60:07


I'm joined by Ryan Lampers and we discuss how our Caribou and Moose adventure went down and how the new Weatherby 338 RPM performs. Get access to EXCLUSIVE CONTENT and interact with other members of the GRITTY/STHEALTHY COMMUNITY! GO TO: https://gritty.locals.com/ AND BECOME A SUPPORTER! *CODES* GOHUNT GEAR SHOP -- Use code GRITTY https://shop.gohunt.com/discount/GRITTY GOHUNT MAPS & INSIDER - https://www.gohunt.com/user/register?plan=insider&promo=GRITTY GAITERS PEAX -- SAVE 10% -- code: GRITTY - https://www.peaxequipment.com/ TREKKING POLES PEAX - SAVE 10% -- code: GRITTY - https://www.peaxequipment.com/ MTNOPS SUPPLEMENTS: use code GRITTY at check out to save - https://mtnops.com STHEALTHY NUTRITION: use code GRITTY at check out at https://sthealthynutritioncbd.com/ STHEALTHY RIFLE COVER: use code GRITTY at https://huntharvesthealth.com/sthealthy-products OLLIN DIGISCOPING: SAVE 10% & FREE SHIPPING —GRITTY https://ollin.co DARK ENERGY BATTERY BANK: code: GRITTY https://darkenergy.com/ BED ROLLS -- SAVE 10% -- code: GRITTY - https://canvascutter.com GOHUNT OutdoorClass: Use code "GRITTY" to save 20% http://www.outdoorclass.com/checkout?code=gritty&plan=yearly E-SCOUTING CLASSES ELK -- code: GRITTY - https://treelinepursuits.com BACKPACK INITIAL ASCENT -- SAVE -- code: https://initialascent.com/ SHEEP FEET ORTHOTICS -- Use code GRITTY. https://sheepfeetoutdoors.com/collect... GOAT KNIVES -- Use code: GRITTYGOAT - https://goatknives.com BROADHEADS -- 10% off Valkyrie Archery -- code: GRITTY - https://valkyriearchery.com GAME BAGS -- 10% off Grakksaw Game bags -- code: GRITTY - https://www.grakksaw.com BOOT DRYERS -- 10% off Grakksaw -- code: GRITTY - https://www.grakksaw.com SHELTERS/ STOVES -- SAVE 5% -- code: GRITTY - https://bit.ly/grittyxSO GRILL — BIRCH BARRELL — SAVE 10% — code: GRITTY —https://burchbarrel.com MEALS HEATHERS CHOICE -- use code: GRITTY - https://www.heatherschoice.com FOOD — BACKCOUNTRY FUEL BOX -- SAVE 10% -- code: GRITTY - https://backcountryfuelbox.com BACKPACKING SUPPLIES - SAVE 10% at https://www.blackovis.com/ PACK RAFT -- SAVE 10% at Alpacka Rafts -- code: GRITTY - https://www.alpackaraft.com STALKASINS Leather Mocasins -- https://www.lonepeakleather.com/stalk... ____________________________________________________________________ Get access to EXCLUSIVE CONTENT and interact with other members of the GRITTY/STHEALTHY COMMUNITY! GO TO: https://gritty.locals.com/ AND BECOME A SUPPORTER! ____________________________________________________________________ GRITTY SHIRTS and HATS - https://briancall.com/shop/ Follow Brian! Instagram BRIAN - https://www.instagram.com/brian_call/... Website GRITTY - https://briancall.com/ SIGN-UP FOR OUR NEWS LETTER - https://briancall.com/ https://gritty.locals.com/ Brian Call www.briancall.com Musicbed SyncID: MB01WBTPSNUDST4 Brian Call www.briancall.com Musicbed SyncID: MB01WBTPSNUDST4 MB01VP5HVWQTEXB MUSIC: Artlist MUSIC LICENSE #: 631108 SONG: Tyler Childs, NOSE ON THE GRINDSTONE

Journal of Biophilic Design
Nature on Film - From David Attenborough and the BBC to Termite Mounds!

Journal of Biophilic Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 39:53


Biophilia is more than plants, light and air, it's also about surrounding ourselves with living beings and our living natural world. If we think about it, E.O.Wilson's seminal book, Biophilia celebrates all aspects of our living planet and is a call for that direct connection with nature. Wilson's book examines our inherent connection to living species, the fascination of life, and how other living societal systems can inform our own. In fact, his lifelong interest in ant colonies emphasises this. Creating those moments of intimacy with nature has a really important place in our modern world where there is a disconnect with getting out there. In this wonderful podcast, we speak with Michael Potts, who has spent more than 30 years as a wildlife cameraman, mostly for the BBC in more than 50 countries worldwide on major series including working alongside David Attenborough filming Life of Birds, The Life of Mammals and many programmes in the Natural World series. We discuss the importance of nature connection, why we need to introduce and educate the next generation, and also how audio-visual connection to nature through our TVs and devices is a positive thing and how we could take this one step further and introduce it into our built environment. “If you see something and understand it, then you care about it, then you might do something to protect it and encourage other people to do the same.” The messaging, inspiration and education you experience through wildlife films inspire people, and footage of birds in flight for instance has a calming effect as well. Michael regales us with tales of animals, where he has filmed birds of paradise in New Guinea, Grizzly bears in Alaska, Termites in Namibia, Caribou migration, Polar Bears and more. He has spent many hours, up close and personal, feeling the heartbeat of a bird as it sits in his hand, feeling the strength of it, studying the intricacies of plumage which adapted to that way of life, their piercing eyes, incisive bills which continue to fascinate him: “every species is so special, they are all so different, so supremely adapted to where they live.” He has also seen so many changes, reduced habitats for farming birds for instance where prairie-style farming is destroying land and habitats. We can do more to improve the habitats of birds and animals, and the built environment, cities, towns and communities can do much to change how we build and design our communities. Biomimicry is one aspect of nature understanding that has a positive impact on our built environment, he mentions filming Termite mounds, huge, 12-15 feet high, made from mud, clay and sand. “They have incredible internal temperature control systems. It is +40 centigrade during the day, but to near freezing at night, but with a system of chambers and ducts, the termites maintain constant temperatures inside the mound to within 2 degrees.” This was for a study by Loughborough University which were using the knowledge garnered from the filming to use the design as an example for cooling systems in modern buildings. Nature provides us with so many answers, if we have eyes to see. Michael has a fascinating book out “Untangling the Knot, Belugas and Bears: My Natural World on Film” which you can buy directly from all good booksellers, and also directly through Michael, contact him via his website:http://michaelpottsphotography.comHe will also be at The Global Bird Fair in July 2023 https://globalbirdfair.orgDid you know our NEW printed and eBook journal is out now https://journalofbiophilicdesign.com/journal-of-biophilic-design-1 Please register for our newsletter https://mailchi.mp/4001fc945c4f/untitled-page and view previous podcasts with images here too: https://journalofbiophilicdesign.com/podcasts-journal-of-biophilic-design.Credits: with thanks to George Harvey Audio Production for the calming biophilic soundscape that backs all our podcasts. Did you know our podcast is also on Audible, Amazon Music, Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher, vurbl, podbay, podtail, and most if not all the RSS feeds?Facebook https://www.facebook.com/journalofbiophilicdesign/Twitter https://twitter.com/JofBiophilicDsnLinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/company/journalofbiophilicdesign/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/journalofbiophilicdesign

The View In Your Mirror Podcast
S4E9: The Lessons of Enterpreneurship in Life and Business: Greg Hoyt, owner of Rustica Bakery

The View In Your Mirror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 48:08


This episode is a true tribute of thanks. Greg Hoyt, owner of Rustica Bakery, has believed in our mission from the beginning as our first and longest sponsor of The View in Your Mirror. An entrepreneur born and raised in Southern California and the islands of Hawaii, Greg has a story that is best told in a coffeehouse. This special episode was recorded, live, in house at Rustica Bakery Edina.    Originally a student of music, Greg's career in entrepreneurship started in 1993 at Minnesota founded, Caribou Coffee, after learning that he had stage fright with music performance. It was through his experiences there that he was motivated and inspired to build something of his own as he watched Caribou build through a meaningful mission. In 2009, after a conversation over a baguette with the original Rustica Bakery owner, Steve, Greg joined the business to truly make Rustica the neighborhood craft bakery it is today. Greg opened the doors to specialty coffee and found a niche that became DOGWOOD coffee. In 2015, Greg became full owner. Greg has expanded his passion for entrepreneurship in the food ecosystem space through his establishment Gather Venture Group. This investment fund provides resources for emerging food and beverage brands.  Though this podcast shares the story of our favorite local bakery and coffeehouse, it is so much deeper than that. This is an episode for all the emerging and established entrepreneurs, for the life-long learners, and for the individual who could use a reminder of how to look at failures as successes. This is truly a podcast for everyone. We are so thankful to Rustica and we wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving.   Our Non-Profit Spotlight is Bricks to Bread who help build brick ovens for Costa Rican families seeking a sustainable source of income, while bringing communities together. __ Connect with Katie Harms @ katie@katieharms.com or Lisa Rubin @ lisa@wardobeconsulting.net. Please take a moment to rate our podcast wherever you are reading or listening to this! Thank you! We are thankful to our sponsors Continental Diamond, Renae Keller, and Rustica Bakery

Podcast Town
79 : The Caribou Club Podcast

Podcast Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 32:40


Today's featured podcast is a recorded meeting of the Caribou Club, a collective of middle-aged men who get together weekly to socialize and discuss the important issues of today. The only other thing to note is that the hosts' accents are extremely accurate and normal for the region in which this takes place. 

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
Caribou DIY, Drop-Camp Ladies Hunt Recap

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 68:25


In this awesome episode we're joined by Shaundi, Kali, and Tess to hear the stories of their 2022 fall caribou hunt. (Check out episode 185 on their hunt planning and prep.) The three ladies headed to northern Alaska on their own, and found, shot, processed, and packed out three good caribou bulls. Their tales are remarkable, and the insight they share invaluable. Even the part where they describe the Northern Lights as something like magic mushrooms... Listeners, I think you'll enjoy this episode. I sure did!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com  

Step by Stapp Podcast
79 : The Caribou Club Podcast

Step by Stapp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 32:40


Today's featured podcast is a recorded meeting of the Caribou Club, a collective of middle-aged men who get together weekly to socialize and discuss the important issues of today. The only other thing to note is that the hosts' accents are extremely accurate and normal for the region in which this takes place. 

Thoughts from a Page Podcast
Interview with Alice Henderson - A GHOST OF CARIBOU

Thoughts from a Page Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 35:54


In this interview, Alice and I discuss A Ghost of Caribou, the importance of old-growth trees for mountain caribous' existence, how the loss of one species impacts an entire ecosystem, her favorite scenes to write, what surprised her the most when writing this book, her personal barren-ground caribou research, and much more. Alice's recommended reads are: Dark Passage by David Goodis Murder at the Abbey by Irina Shapiro Magic Kingdom for Sale/Sold by Terry Brooks Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here.     If you enjoyed this episode and want to listen to more episodes, try Peng Shepherd, Lucy Clarke, Clare Mackintosh, Joey Hartstone, and Robert Crais. A Ghost of Caribou can be purchased at my Bookshop storefront.        Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Backcountry Rookies
Nothing But Daylight - An Alaska Caribou Story with Trail Kreitzer and Chris Neville

Backcountry Rookies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:44


Nothing But Daylight - An Alaska Caribou Story with Trail Kreitzer and Chris Neville This week I get to talk with Trail Kreitzer and Chris Neville about their Alaska Caribou hunt.  They guys share the story of struggle and success during the hunt and talk about the film created by GOHUNT, “Nothing But Daylight”.  They also dive deep into the logistics of a hunt like this and explain some of the ways to make an Alaska trip easier.  Watch the film here NOTHING BUT DAYLIGHT https://youtu.be/kfsIz-zbxEk   OutdoorClass  Save 20% on the best hunting education platform out there!  Use the code ROOKIES today and start the course https://www.outdoorclass.com GOHUNT Use the code ROOKIES when you become an Insider or Explorer and get GOHUNT Gear Shop Credit https://www.gohunt.com

Share The Struggle
Lost Valley Brewing Company milestone moment with Darren Finnegan 122

Share The Struggle

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 77:13


Darren Finnegan Owner operator of Lost Valley Brewing Company in Auburn Maine joins Share The Struggle Podcast to share a milestone moment for him and his business. Listen as Darren shares the growing pains of launching a brewery as they close in on five years in business and makes a milestone announcement. LVB Co joins forces with Central Distributors to bring their flagship beer the Otterslide IPA to a store near you (Maine Residents) from Kittery to Caribou! Darren and Keith's bromance relationship creates a lighthearted infectious conversation full of entrepreneur insights. https://www.lostvalleyski.comhttps://www.sharethestrugglepodcast.com/https://www.loudproudamerican.shop/https://www.facebook.com/Loudproudamericanhttps://www.instagram.com/loud_proud_american/https://www.tiktok.com/@loud_proud_americanhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmYQtOt6KVURuySWYQ2GWtw

Home Health 360: Presented By AlayaCare
How an incentive program can be the key to increase caregiver retention and recruitment for your agency

Home Health 360: Presented By AlayaCare

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 28:36 Transcription Available


Kevin Mistry, VP of Sales at Caribou, shares how incentive programs can be the key to help caregivers shape their behaviour and help curb the challenge of caregiver recruitment and retention. He discusses how rewarding behaviours with performance-based rewards can lead to bigger outcomes down the line for agencies. “For every dollar you put into a rewards program, you get more productivity than every dollar you put into payroll.”Listen to learn more about how Caribou has changed the home care industry with performance-based rewards to combat employee recruitment and retention challenges.

TUNDRA TALK PODCAST
Episode 140: Me Caribou is on Fire!

TUNDRA TALK PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 87:24 Very Popular


In this episode, legendary Alaska Master Guide Pete Buist joins the podcast. He, Temple Dillard, and I talk about Pete's book, and just a few of his many stories.

Worth the Risk
Caribou Hunting in Alaska // Worth the Risk

Worth the Risk

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 64:37


Anna and Emma are joined by Brian (WTR podcast producer) to talk about his September 2022 hunting trip to Alaska. This trip was unique for many reasons, but the main one was because Brian has been dealing with chronic pain the last four months. Join us as we dive into the details of a life lived with chronic pain and an epic trip to Alaska despite this pain.

Thoughts from a Page Podcast
Elizabeth Barnhill - Our Favorite Books of Fall 2022

Thoughts from a Page Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 50:38 Very Popular


In this episode, Elizabeth and I chat about our favorite books that published in Fall 2022. Elizabeth's top reads: Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver Winterland by Rae Meadows  The Ingenue by Rachel Kapelke The Forever Witness by Edward Humes  Whalebone Theatre by Joanna Quinn  Foster by Clare Keegan  The Matchmaker's Gift by Lynda Cohen Loigman The Twist of a Knife by Anthony Horowitz Forsaken Country by Allen Eskens This Is What It Sounds Like by Susan Rogers  Cindy's top reads: How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water by Angie Cruz  Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah  Miss Del Rio by Barbara Mujica  Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng   The Storyteller's Death by Ann Davila Cardinal  Marmee by Sarah Miller  Gilded Mountain by Kate Manning  The Last Party by Clare Mackintosh  Trespasses by Louise Kennedy  A Ghost of Caribou by Alice Henderson  Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here.       Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Earn Your Hunt
WOODLAND CARIBOU

Earn Your Hunt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 62:06


Little Newfoundland recap and as always a cluster fuck of a trip home!

Nova Club
Le Club : Kelela, Ikonika, PPJ, LTJ Bukem, Eli Escobar, Caribou, Diana Ross et plus !

Nova Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 116:14


Tracklist Equiknoxx Music ft. Devon Di Dakta - BubblePPJ - BoraKelela - Happy Ending Ikonika - When You Look At MeSkee-Lo - I WishJay-Z - Dirt Off Your ShoulderValee - Womp Womp ft JeremihGabriels - Angels and QueensLTJ Bukem - HorizonsMura Masa - up all week ft. slowthaiBlaze - MoonwalkOrbital - Chime (12” Version)Actress - Dream (edit)KX9000 - Smoking LobbyKerri Chandler - Let It (Basic Club) Kerri's Full Vocal MixCultural Vibe - Eli Escobar - Green Eyes Louis Cole - Planet XAleqs Notal - A Lil AdviceCaribou - OdessaDaphni - AmberCentral Cee - One UpCaroline Polachek - SunsetDiana Ross - Upside Down (Original Chic Mix)Dandy Livingstone - Rudy, A Message To YouJennifer Loveless - Muzik Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Beyond the Kill
EP 415: What Mountain Caribou Dreams Are Made Of...

Beyond the Kill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 87:11


On this episode, Adam is joined yet again by Tanner from Frontiersmen Gear to discuss his exciting new film project and hear the story from his recent Mountain Caribou hunt in a highly coveted limited-entry unit in Northern BC. @frontiersmengear --------------------------- DEALS & OFFERS: Try FATMAP, our go-to mapping software, FREE for 60-days with this voucher. Get 15% OFF at Black Rifle Coffee Company or Black Rifle Coffee Company Canada when you use code JOURNAL. Use code QUICKANDDIRTY to get 25% off at www.wildernessathlete.com. Need boots? Check out the full CRISPI line-up at www.crispius.com to find a model that suits your hunting style and terrain. --------------------------- SUPPORT WILD SHEEP: Go to Wild Sheep Foundation to find a membership option that suits your budget and commitment to wild sheep. --------------------------- SUPPORT MOUNTAIN GOATS: Go to Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance to find a membership option that suits your budget and commitment to conserving mountain goats and their habitat.

HealthTech Beat
#14: Building outsource & in-house dev team for healthcare startup | Tim Ahong, CTO at Caribou

HealthTech Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 48:44


The caregiver shortage is growing, but a lot of caregivers are leaving the industry, especially during COVID. What is the best solution? Probably an on-demand economy. Caribou creates software for home care companies that helps them recruit and retain caregivers with referral and incentive programs. As CTO that works with customers the same as on the technical part, Timothy shares his advice on both his startups related to healthcare, how to define how much to pay for a solution that nothing like this existed before, and how to choose a team that can give you great results. And also, why should project managers be involved very early on in the sales cycle? Enjoy the listening! Links: Tim's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timothyahong/?originalSubdomain=ca Caribou website: https://www.caribou.care/

Very Vogue with Val Kleinhans
Starbucks vs. Caribou Coffee, And Photography w/ Sian Siska

Very Vogue with Val Kleinhans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 26:59


Which do you prefer? Starbucks or Caribou? Val and Sian Sitka do a deep dive into that subject and chat about photography and content creation.

OP is OP!
The Six Paths of Punk! Chapter 1061-1062 Discussion

OP is OP!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 52:00


After JJ stowed away on the other barrel next to Caribou's, they burst out and discovered they were on Egghead! Welcome to the World of Tomorrow! In this episode of OP is OP, fresh out of leaving Oda's version of feudal Japan, the next arc skyrockets onto an island of science-fiction, wonder, technology, and one of the greatest mysteries in all of One Piece: Dr. Vegapunk. Immediately, the super-nova and super-veteran are met with philosophical questions of what makes something or someone real, what exactly is Vegapunk's relationship to the World Government, and cool robots. Jacob hopes for answers from Bonney soon, and Justin hypes up Jimbei in his first full arc with the Strawhats. Patreon: patreon.com/OPisOP Discord: https://discord.com/invite/utdp782B Intro: The Buccaneer's Haul by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com Outro: Pirate Crew by Ross Bugden - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ Check them out for great royalty-free music!

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
Alaska DIY Moose, Part 2

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 54:03 Very Popular


Recorded live in deep backcountry Alaska, this episode is the second half and the wrap on our DIY, public-land, drop-camp Alaska moose hunt for 2022.  Hunting partner Joe Kennedy and host Joseph von Benedikt continue to hunt without contact with the pilot or family for days, due to a communications/emergency device failure. Caribou herds move into the area. Big grayling fish hit dry flies hard. Rain, wind, weather, eagles and wolves are part of this second week, plus we continue to discuss stand-out gear and the logistics of getting a lot of meat home to Idaho. ENJOY!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com  

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
Two Nova Scotians share what it's like waiting for power restoration — 11 days after Fiona

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 14:18


Barry Haner in Bible Hill and Darla MacKeil, a municipal councillor in Caribou, describe what it's been like living with no power since post-tropical storm Fiona hit the province on September 24.

Outdoor Podcast Channel
Up North Journal - DYI Alaska Caribou and Blacktail Deer Hunts

Outdoor Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 71:03


Join the guys tonight as they talk with Dean Smith a Michigan Hunter about the 3 Do It Yourself hunts he took recently in Alaska for Caribou and Blacktail deer. He gives a few things to lookout for and suggestions on how you too can take a trip of a lifetime!   Planning the trip 2018 Caribou Hunt Getting a group together Time frame Choosing an air transporting service Getting your license to hunt Getting gear out to hunting location Clothes and food Dealing with medical emergencies Water supply Making fire Taking photos The hunt Long distance shooting The 2020 Blacktail Hunt Why Kodiak Island Grizzlies What was different than the 2018 hunt A more physically demanding hunt than 2018 Conditioning before the hunt Packing meat home The 2022 Caribou Hunt Flying in land vs water landings Price ranges for the hunts Time of the year Weather conditions What did you do differently this time back for caribou Archeology site

The Shuffle Pod: Pokemon Podcast
Baltimore Regional Controversy | ft. Frosted Caribou, LittleDarkFury and Lindsay Rosecup!

The Shuffle Pod: Pokemon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 81:00


Join LDF and Linty as they interview the one and only Frosted Caribou! Find out just how she got started in Pokemon as well as her thoughts on the Baltimore regional controversy!If you want to send a question to the podcast just email podcast@theshufflesquad.com and they just might read it live!Don't forget to

Up North Journal Podcast
Episode 663, DYI Alaska Caribou and Blacktail Deer Hunts

Up North Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 71:03


Join the guys tonight as they talk with Dean Smith a Michigan Hunter about the 3 Do It Yourself hunts he took recently in Alaska for Caribou and Blacktail deer. He gives a few things to lookout for and suggestions on how you too can take a trip of a lifetime!   Planning the trip 2018 Caribou Hunt Getting a group together Time frame Choosing an air transporting service Getting your license to hunt Getting gear out to hunting location Clothes and food Dealing with medical emergencies Water supply Making fire Taking photos The hunt Long distance shooting The 2020 Blacktail Hunt Why Kodiak Island Grizzlies What was different than the 2018 hunt A more physically demanding hunt than 2018 Conditioning before the hunt Packing meat home The 2022 Caribou Hunt Flying in land vs water landings Price ranges for the hunts Time of the year Weather conditions What did you do differently this time back for caribou Archeology site

The Mediocre Alaskan Podcast
Episode 309 - Moose floats, caribou and oosik

The Mediocre Alaskan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 57:02


Alaska Wild Project's Daniel Buitrago and I discuss dialing in hunts, moose floats, caribou herd shifts, collecting sheds and mentoring. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Probably Reading Podcast
Chapter 38: This or That

Probably Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 59:02


In today's chapter, the girls play a this or that book edition game. Also, do yourself a favor and go get a Hot Apple Blast from Caribou!

FNO: InsureTech
Ep 191 – InsureTech Connect Preview, featuring Jay Weintraub & Caribou Honig

FNO: InsureTech

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 52:00


In our annual tradition, FNO: InsureTech talks with InsureTech Connect founders Jay Weintraub and Caribou Honig. Join Jay, Caribou, Rob, and Lee in this great conversation as they talk about the annual conference, its history and current state, insuretech 2.0, and much more. ITC 2022 happens from September 20-22, 2022. We wish all the attendees a wonderful time celebrating insurance and technology, and the intersection between that continues to evolve and innovate the verticals. Like what you hear on FNO: InsureTech? Know someone who would be a great guest for the podcast? Let us know: Email us at almoss@alacritysolutions.com.

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
Inbound for Alaska Moose

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 40:45 Very Popular


Recorded live on the road across Alaska, this episode is a raw, unedited discussion as my hunting partner Joe and I head for our DIY, drop-camp moose hunt (with caribou, black bear, and wolf tags in our pockets too). Prep, gear, planning, expectations and hopes are all part of this fun on-the-fly conversation as we embark on an adventure that's been three years in the planning.  ENJOY!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com

Buffalo Roamer Podcast - For Those Who Seek Adventure
#53 Smoke Jumping Alaska, Canoeing Mississippi, 70 Days Survival off the Land w/ Buck Nelson

Buffalo Roamer Podcast - For Those Who Seek Adventure

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 70:15


Buck Nelson is an Outdoorsman and Alaskan Smoke Jumper. His Outdoor adventures include surviving 70 Days off the land in Alaska, hiking the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Canadian Great Divide Trail, retracting the Lewis & Clark Expedition by foot and canoe, Canoeing the Mississippi, Multiple Alaska Traverses, and more. We talk smoke jumping stories, Grizzly Bear encounters, Mississippi River, Thru Hiking, Canoeing Wild Rivers, Paddling UP the Missouri, Yukon River, Brooks Range, Alaska hunting and fishing, Halibut, Dolly Varden, Canoeing with Barges, reading rivers, Alaska Traverse, Caribou and more. Check out Bucks site @ www.bucktrack.comSubscribe to Buffalo Roamer Outdoors now for new stories of adventure. New episodes on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Trip and Fishing Blogs, Hosted Wilderness Trips and more @ www.buffaloroamer.com

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
Backcountry Rifle Maintenance

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 29:31 Very Popular


This episode is all about keeping your backcountry hunting rifle running through adverse conditions. Whether you're in shocking cold and the oil on your firing pin assembly gels, or you jam the muzzle into a mud bank and have to clear an obstruction, or it rains so much that rust prevention is challenging, there are tips and tricks that help you stay in the game and keep hunting effectively. ENJOY!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry   VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
DIY Alaska Gear List

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 63:01 Very Popular


Here's the nitty-gritty on all JvB's gear assembled for an upcoming DIY, drop-camp hunt in Alaska for moose, caribou, black bear, and wolf. Hunt gear, sleep systems, shelters, fire-starting tools, optics, medical prep, everything. We detail each item, including why it's necessary and why we chose that specific version, and provide weight when applicable. Food type, quantity, and prep is also outlined. Full list below. ENJOY!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.leupold.com www.onxmaps.com www.silencercentral.com https://www.portersfirearms.com/ www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com   GEAR LIST  Alaska 2022 Moose Hunt   License, locking tags, & harvest tickets Browning X-Bolt Speed SR, w/scope, bipod, suppressor, cover: 10.25 lbs Leupold VX-6HD scope, 2-12x40 with WindPlex reticle and CDS ZL turret Spartan Precision Equipment Javelin Pro Hunt Tac bipod Silencer Central Banish 30 suppressor in 7-inch configuration Red Kettle M19 sling See-through bikini-type scope cover Neoprene protective scope cover Browning thin rifle cover Browning raingear .75 lbs Federal ammo w/180-grain Barnes TSX bullets, 30 rounds 1.5 lbs .44 Magnum S&W M69 Combat Magnum 2.5 lbs .44 Magnum ammo, 11 rounds 2.5 lbs Hunting knives, Siembida Custom Shrike & Kestrel, .75 lbs Gransfors Bruk hatchet 1.5 lbs Swarovski EL Range 10x42 Binocular 3.25 lbs Swarovski ATS 65HD Spotting scope 3.25 lbs Spartan Ascent tripod 3.25 lbs Water filter, Katadyn Pro .75 lbs Filter bottle by Sawyer .5 lbs Life Straw water filter .12 lbs Kenetrek Mountain Extreme 400 boots 5.25 lbs Stone Glacier gaiters .75 lbs Browning clothing, Ovix line 5.0 lbs Argali Kodiak Belt N/A Big Agnes Tent, Copper Spur UL3 5.5 lbs Pitchable A-Frame tarp by SaphiRose 2.5 lbs ExPed Synmat UL 7 M sleeping pad 1 lb Stone Glacier Chilcoot 0 sleeping bag 2.75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman puffy pants .75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman Puffy coat .75 lbs Stone Glacier packable down Grumman Puffy vest .5 lbs Extra Long Johns, socks, neck gaiter, gloves, etc: 2.0 lbs Game bags by Caribou Gear 2.25 lbs Battery banks 1.75 lbs Folding solar panel, Big Blue 28 W 1.5 lbs Backpack, EXO MTN Gear expedition-grade 6.5 lbs EXO meat webbing mesh .25 lbs EXO internal drybag .25 lbs Pack cover .25 lbs Meals: 36, Mountain House & Peak Refuel, plus snacks 15 lbs Ultralight mountaineering stove, 1 lb Fishing rod: Redington 7'6” 3-weight Classic Trout .12 lbs Fishing reel: Lamson Liquid 3-4  Fishing kit: flies in box, spare leader, 5x tippet 1.0 lb Crocs, All Terrain w/4-wheel-drive 1.0 lb Hat: Stetson Cross Creek N/A Cap: Browning mesh-back ball cap N/A Bag No. 1:                                                                                    Scent Killer field wipes 100 feet of 550 paracord Two contractor-grade trash bags Spare glasses Spare lifestraw Bug repellant Scent-free deodorant Bag No. 2: Health and sick care Cold medicine Ibuprofen and vitamins Advil PM Rolaids or Tums Emergency water tablets Leuko tape MTN OPS ignite and enduro packets Montreal Steak seasoning Head net Latex gloves Leaf tea Titanium spork Spare lithium batteries Bag No. 3: Gun care Bore snake Gun oil Birchwood Casey rust-preventive wipes Silver, metallic, permanent Sharpie marker Scope adjustment tool Compact sharpening stone Bag No. 4: Three lighters Stormproof matches Pyro Putty, winter blend Two headlamps Havalon knife

Backcountry Hunting Podcast
Caribou DIY Drop-Camp Hunt Prep with Shaundi Campbell & Kali Parmley

Backcountry Hunting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 53:01 Very Popular


This episode we're joined by a group of hard-hunting ladies about to head to the far north for a DIY, drop-camp caribou hunt. Shaundi Campbell is Browning's senior marketing manager and a western hunter from childhood. Kali Parmley is editor-in-chief of Backcountry Hunter magazine.  We talk through planning and hunt prep; rifles, optics, cartridges and other gear; expectations and fears; traveling in via bush plane; terrain challenges, and much more.  ENJOY!    FRIENDS, PLEASE SUPPORT THE PODCAST!  Join the Backcountry Hunting Podcast tribe and get access to all our bonus material on www.patreon.com/backcountry VISIT OUR SPONSORS HERE:  www.browning.com www.leupold.com www.silencercentral.com www.barnesbullets.com www.timneytriggers.com www.portersfirearms.com www.onxmaps.com www.siembidacustomknives.com https://javelinbipod.com

The MeatEater Podcast
Ep. 348: Eating Walrus and Whale with An Igloo Boy

The MeatEater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 133:39 Very Popular


Steven Rinella talks with Seth Kantner, Janis Putelis,Ryan Callaghan, Brody Henderson, Seth Morris, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: Growing up in a sod igloo; when bears make sense and humans don't; all of Seth's books and his latest, A Thousand Trails Home: Living with Caribou; getting married on the day of Custer's death at The Little Bighorn; when a bear gets into a car for snacks, locks himself inside, then expires from the heat; the most complete 35,000-year-old baby mammoth ever found; the Blue Tarp Tribe; The Living Light Rainbow hippy people destroying public land; Project Chariot; traveling by dog team; race relations in the Arctic; growing up afraid of The National Park Service; lining up with the seasons; the fish of a million names; sheefish through the ice; on the bone; the freezer as a prolonged wasting machine; a lunch of dried caribou and raw bowhead muktuk; dipping fat in fat; snow ice cream; fermented as a euphemism for rotten; how Alaska's proposed Ambler Road construction project is an horrific threat to wildlife, the Brooks Range, and native culture; the complexity of native corporations; and more.  Connect with Steve and MeatEater Steve on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.