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Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by coon hunter, Jacob Heumphreus. From more strict trespassing laws to the fur trade becoming obsolete, coon hunting is a fading piece of Americana. The guys discuss the art behind running hounds for raccoons and why the population of coon hunters is dwindling, the makings of a good hound dog, and what's the craziest thing he's found while running hounds in the woods.
In this episode we chat with Brian Lironi, Scottish Water's Director of Corporate Affairs, who highlights the negative impact climate change is having on our water, and suggest ways we can all reduce consumption and help prevent system blockages. Brian explains why the Scottish Water 'Nature Calls' campaign is seeking a ban on wipes containing plastic, why everyone needs to bin all wipes rather than flush them and he reminds us of the three Ps rule: poo, pee and paper (toilet) - the only things that should go down the toilet.Further reading:Scottish WaterScottish Water Nature Calls campaign informationJoin The Wave with Nature CallsMake Space For Nature - 14 ways to help reduce nature loss this summer
The animal that we're going to be talking about today is a large amphibian found in freshwater. They have some pretty cool adaptations that help them survive in the wild, but they're also in need of our help because their populations are declining. Alex talks with Nick Burgmeier, the Extension Wildlife Specialist at Purdue University, who teaches us all about them. So get ready to hop into some rivers and streams, because we're talking about hellbenders.For sources and more information, please visit our website.Chase Your Dreams with Brayden ChaseThis podcast is for kids, features kids, and is hosted by a kid, Brayden Chase! Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
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Coastal Bend College (CBC) calls for entries for the 2023 CBC Wildlife Calendar, featuring the work of South Texas photographers. The college's Wildlife Calendar showcases the Coastal Bend region's native birds, flowers, insects, vegetation and wildlife. Photographers who are interested in submitting their South Texas wildlife photos have until Aug. 12, at 5 p.m. Photo submissions may include flowers, insects, birds, reptiles, and animals that are native to the area, as well as photos that highlight regional landscape, vegetation, and character. All photos must be submitted along with the 2023 CBC Wildlife Calendar submission form, available for download at www.coastalbend.edu/wildlife....Article Link
It took months of planning, but Amy and her family headed out for a three-day, totally unplugged adventure in a dream Alaska spot: a wild lagoon off the coast in an Alaska State Park. From otters to birdsong, kayak trips to perhaps too many days without a shower, this adventure was a picturesque keeper in Halibut Cove Lagoon of Kachemak Bay State Park. Listen now. Connect with this episode: Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Hear Charles Wohlforth on Humans Outside Hear The 3-Day Effect by Florence Williams Some of the good stuff: [:45] An important question [:55] Why we were MIA [1:25] All the planning for this [2:00] How we got there and tide problems [3:05] About the public use cabins in Alaska [3:45] About the Halibut Cove Lagoon Overlook Cabin [4:12] Here's something weird about this place [4:45] Wildlife center and some wildlife sounds for you [5:50] What we did out there [6:05] The 3-Day Effect and how to learn more about that [6:50] Why these trips matter for me
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by high school teachers, Kim Price & Erin Nimetz. Erin teaches Forensics at her local high school, which wildly popular with the juniors and seniors, where the students observe all that goes into studying a crime scene. Kim teaches Family and Consumer Sciences where the students learn the finer details of being an adult and study balancing a bank account, financing a vehicle, and buying a home. In this episode they discuss these courses in detail and how they fit into the students curriculum and advance their futures. Erin has "Serial Killer" Fridays so they look at some of America's more notorious and heinous serial killers, including, some that are closer to home.
LeadershipFreedom and FulfillmentPassion and PurposeHealth and Well BeingEntrepreneurshipHope for Wildlife: Because they MatterHope was born and raised in Argyle, Nova Scotia. She spent most of her time outdoors as a child, enjoying everything the natural world had to offer. Hope knew that she wanted to work with animals in some capacity, and after missing the ocean terribly while attending college in Truro, she knew she wanted to live and be near the sea.While working at Dartmouth Veterinary Hospital as a Manager, Hope took in her first rehab animal in 1995 - a robin that had been attacked by a cat. Researching how to care for the bird inspired her to learn more about injured wildlife, and as her knowledge grew, colleagues began sending wildlife-related calls her way.Later that year, she became Certified in Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation from the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Association. Hope shared that she had a very good job offer as a wildlife rehabilitator in Ontario, but when she thought about leaving Nova Scotia, she realized she simply couldn't. It was shortly after this that Hope really dug in and committed to starting a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre "at home" and that is when her journey and life's passion and purpose really began. Website: http://hopeforwildlife.netFB: https://www.facebook.com/hopeforwildlifeInstagram: - https://www.instagram.com/hopeforwildlife/Program: https://www.knowledge.ca/program/hope-wildlifeMoira's Website: https://moirasutton.com/FB Community: https://www.facebook.com/CreatetheLifeyouLove1/Long Distance Reiki Healing: https://moirasutton.com/long-distance-reiki-healing-session/
Whitetail, Elk, and Hunting Tactics Andy May Show Notes: Andy May is a Michigan-based bowhunter who targets big game in his home state and the west. He joined me on the podcast this week to talk about his hunting strategy. He's hunted elk, mule deer, whitetail, and more. We sat down and discussed tactics, results, and everything in between. To kick us off, Andy talked about his go-to strategy for whitetail hunting. Andy is a very, very efficient hunter: he gets great results on very limited amounts of time. He discussed how he got to be this way in the field. Andy credits one thing for his success: focused information gathering. From buck behavior to food supply, Andy looks at a lot of factors when choosing his hunting ground. Sometimes, he'll even go into a trip targeting a single, specific buck. But what about out-of-state hunting, where recon is much tougher? In that case, Andy's strategy is the same – but different. He talked a little bit about how he handles out-of-state hunts on limited time. This can be very helpful for the busy hunters out there. We also talked about the importance of instincts. When you talk to successful hunters, they often utilize methods that aren't considered ‘textbook.' These methods are often fueled by instinct, which can be learned over time. Experience in the field creates success. What's Inside: - Recon tips for busy hunters. - How Andy hunts with efficiency. - What kind of information to look for when scouting locations. - How to hunt efficiently on out-of-state trips. - The importance of hunting instincts. Mentioned in this episode: Howl for Wildlife: https://www.howlforwildlife.org/ Phoenix Shooting Bags: https://www.phoenixshootingbags.com/ Andy May: https://www.instagram.com/bowhuntingdad/?hl=en Short Description: Andy May is a bowhunter in Michigan with a jam-packed schedule. We talked about how to hunt efficiently, and how Andy finds big success with little amounts of time. If you've got a job (or two) and a family that you're trying to schedule hunting around, there's a lot of great information here. Tags: Time management, elk hunting, deer hunting, hunting tips, strategy, recon, Michigan, Michigan hunting, days in the wild, big game hunting, Andy May
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If a tool existed that would reduce negative encounters with wildlife in your municipality, would you implement it? I think most listeners would – and a toolkit is now available that can actively help residents do just that. The Wildlife Attractant By-law Toolkit was developed by Serratus Wildlife Services for the Get Bear Smart Society. It's a comprehensive document that can help municipalities across Canada easily and affordably introduce attractant management by-laws. Such by-laws act as an educational tool as well as an enforcement option and can improve outcomes for wildlife by identifying and treating a core issue: attractant management. To explain the toolkit, why by-laws are an essential tool for municipalities, and what it can look like for residents or community leaders to use the document, Defender Radio was joined by toolkit author Meg Toom of Serratus Wildlife Services. LINKS: Get Bear Smart Society's Toolkit Page: https://www.bearsmart.com/featured-post/bylaws-save-bears/ By-law toolkit empowers communities (Article): https://thefurbearers.com/blog/new-wildlife-bylaw-toolkit-empowers-communities/ Meg Toom of Serratus Wildlife Services on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meg-toom-64242510a/ Want to suggest topics for Defender Radio? Reach out to us at DefenderRadio@Gmail.com, by visiting DefenderRadio.com or engaging host Michael Howie on social media via Instagram (www.instagram.com/howiemichael) or Facebook (www.Facebook.com/DefenderRadio). The Switch is produced by The Fur-Bearers (www.TheFurBearers.com), a charitable non-partisan organization whose mandate is to advocate on behalf of fur-bearing animals in the wild and in confinement, promote coexistence solutions in communities and protect the habitats of fur-bearing animals across Canada. You can follow The Fur-Bearers on Instagram (www.instagram.com/furbearers), Twitter (www.twitter.com/furbearers) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/FurFree).
As cities grow further into wildlands and natural habitats, and as animals attempt to adapt to these urban environments, it is inevitable that people and wildlife will come into more contact.My guest today, Jessica Wolff, works to help people and wildlife when these interactions occur. She is an Urban Wildlife Coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. As an Urban Wildlife Coordinator, Jessica educates the public and fields calls from the public. These calls include questions about unexpected animals in people's yards and houses and reports of sick or injured wildlife in the city. And occasionally Jessica is dispatched to assess, capture, move, or otherwise help animals in distress. Today we discuss the most common wildlife encounters that Jessica handles, ranging from coyotes, to bats, to raccoons, to fledgling birds. And this allowed us to get into some of the natural history and urban adaptations that these animals have. Jessica also answers listener questions about bat boxes and fox burrows, and adds some insights into some of my own backyard wildlife. I know that I'm coming away from this conversation with a better perspective on what it means to offer resources - intentionally or unintentionally - to wild animals. You can find Jessica at jawolff93 on instagram, and the Nevada Department of Wildlife on Facebook or their website.FULL SHOW NOTESLinks To Topics DiscussedThe Accidental Ecosystem, People and Wildlife in American Cities, Dr. Peter Alagona. See my podcast episode with him, too.BatCon International Bat House ResourcesBats and Insecticides from BatCon InternationalHow do pesticides affect bats? – A brief review of recent publications, J. M. Oliveira, A. L. F. Destro, M. B. Freitas, L. L. Oliveira - from the Brazilian Journal of BiologyMerlin Tuttle's Bat ConservationNevada Department of WildlifePBS "Nature" Coywolf InfographicSmithsonian Magazine article on "Coywolves" - Coyote and Wolf hybrids in Eastern North AmericaSupport the show
Recorded: May 5, 2022 Duration: 1 hour 47 minutes Marsha Barnhart talks to Dr. Joan Bird, author of the book Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials: Extraordinary Stories of Documented Sightings and Encounters. Dr. Bird is a Zoologist who specialized in animal behavior. She moved to Montana in 1973 to pursue graduate studies in zoology at the University of Montana, and in 1983 she completed her Ph.D. on inter-island variation in West Indian finches. Dr. Bird worked as a conservation biologist for the Montana Environmental Information Center, The Nature Conservancy, and Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks. She has also worked as a fire lookout in both Washington and Montana. Joan freelanced as a nature interpretation writer and has written numerous articles for scientific and conservation publications. Actively involved in women's empowerment, she was a columnist for Crone Magazine. A lifelong student of unexplained phenomena and long-time member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, she has worked as a community educator and change agent. When Joan was a teenager, her mother had a near death experience. This engendered a lifelong interest in exploring paranormal and esoteric subjects. And, although steeped in scientific materialism from her academic training, Dr. Bird eventually began to study and attempt to understand the inexplicable. In this episode of API Conversations, Marsha and Dr. Bird discuss the contents of her book, Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials, and delve into a host of related philosophies, concepts and theories regarding UFO's, the ET Hypothesis, the Nature of Reality, the possibility of Past Lives and the value of Consciousness Studies. Links Dr. Joan R Bird, Montana UFOs and Extraterrestrials: https://www.amazon.com/Montana-UFOs-Extraterrestrials-Extraordinary-Documented/dp/1606390570 https://www.humanitiesmontana.org/programs/ufos-and-extraterrestrials-in-montana-with-joan-bird/ The Nick Mariana UFO Incident: https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nick_Mariana_UFO_Footage_1950_Great_Falls_Montana.webm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_UFO_incident The Malmstrom AFB UFO Incident https://www.cufon.org/cufon/malmstrom/malm1.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgziDyPSUog http://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/ufos/malmstromufo.pdf ET 101 The Cosmic Instruction Manual: https://www.amazon.com/T-101-Instruction- There is a River, the Story of Edgar Cayce: https://www.amazon.com/Story-Edgar-Cayce-There- Passport to the Cosmos: https://www.amazon.com/Passport-Cosmos-Human-Transformation-Encounters/dp/0609805576 The More Beautiful World: https://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Hearts-Possible-Sacred-Activism/dp/1583947248 Credits Producer and host: Marsha Barnhart Music credits: D.J. Spooky “Check Your Math” David Allegro “Hybrid”
Tim and Russ get in touch with James Angle via satellite phone to check in on his Alaskan adventure. Tim connects with the sponsor of the KSL Outdoors Radio Show Roger Eggett from The Cabins at Bear River Lodge and Tracks Powersports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim shares a story of an eagle and a Redtail hawk. You can find this story on the KSL Outdoors Radio Show Facebook page. Tim and Russ connect with DWR Migration Initiative Coordinator Blair Stringham to talk about tracking migration habits. Bob Grove and Mark Wade talk about being prepared before you hit the road on this week's road trip segment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim, Russ, and Navi talk about keeping their lawns green while conserving water. Tim shares some recent stats on Utah's reservoirs. Tim and Navi talk about bicycling and how many miles Navi bikes a week. News of the Week features The biggest python snake caught in Florida and clip of a podcast hosted by Faith Jolley from the Division Of Wildlife Resources. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another 50th Anniversary. God we're all getting old aren't we these days with these anniversaries! Nonetheless, another Macca milestone in 2022 is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the First 3 Wings singles which all happened in 1972. We're early with one of them but figured what the heck. This week on 2Legs Andy discuss 'Give Ireland Back To The Irish', 'Mary Had A Little Lamb'/'Little Woman Love' and 'Hi Hi Hi/C Moon'. Their legacy in the McCartney canon. We also discuss if they would have fared better if they were just released and billed as "Paul McCartney" and not Wings, coming off the heels of Wild Life. Anyone out there buy these at the time of release? Were you impressed or just meh? Let us know. Till next time! Tom & Andy
148 DSC Campfires with Larry Weishuhn talking with world renown wildlife conservationist Shane Mahoney discussing his thoughts, and shares facts surrounding his creation of Conservation Visions and the Wild Harvest Initiative Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you are in the wildlife control business, you do not want to miss this video! Basic wildlife control baiting theory and tactics are the focus of today's episode of the Living The Wildlife Podcast as host and wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel gives us a brief overview of the wildlife baiting theory and tactics.…
Colombia has its first left-wing president. It's been one year since the tragic condo collapse in Surfside. We're hearing from locals about the healing process. Plus, for Wildlife Thursday, we're going to look at one of the most beloved species in the state — the Florida panther.
About Kevin Kevin is founder and executive director of the Southwest Environmental Center. He received a BS in Biology from Dartmouth College, and a MS in Natural Resources Policy at the University of Michigan. After decades of advocating for wildlife, he realized that as long as the people who viewed wild animals as soulless resources […] Read full article: Episode 92: Wrestling Wildlife Governance Reform From The Tight Grip Of The Hunting, Fishing, and Gun Industries
Helping wild animals in distress is not always a good thing to do, so says Juanita Browne, a wildlife book author and science communicator in her recent piece in the Irish Examiner. According to her, wildlife rehabilitation is a job for experts. Therefore, we need a National Hospital dedicated to Wildlife. Juanita Browne - wildlife book author and science communicator joined us on the show this afternoon.
The meadow is growing! It's exciting to see the seeds finally germinating, which means I can now turn my attention to the kitchen garden - just in time for the good weather... although you watch us have the wettest summer yet now as soon I've finished it! This week I share my favourite wild seed combinations; chat fruit and vegetable plans; reveal my secret to effective pocket planting and called Gardener's World regular Nick Bailey to get his take on my plan to garden as they did in 1931. Don't forget to share your garden and nature journeys with me on Instagram @thatjezrose
In this episode, Aaron and I are joined by Tiffany Taxis (@tiffanytaxis) , a wildlife photographer and another Olympus shooter living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Tiffany describes how her first art fair went and the criteria that went into selecting which pieces of artwork to exhibit. We also talk about putting yourself out there and establishing connections within the local photography community when you find yourself in a new part of the country. Aaron and I both agree that Tiffany's wildlife photography is one of the most explosive in quality that we've ever seen. If you scroll back on her instagram grid, one minute she has a typical looking grid, the next polar bears, bobcats, and coyotes are staring you in the face with a tremendous and thoughtful burst of artistic flare. We both admire her work ethic and talent. Make a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photographyDIY WealthIlluminating a different spectrum of thinking regarding your freedom, time, and money.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Besides color, what is the difference between a brown bear and a black bear? And which are you most likely to find in Louisiana? How plentiful are feral pigs? Does Louisiana have more alligators than people? What's the difference between a redfish and a red snapper? Chris Holmes has written several articles about the state's wildlife for many outlets including for Louisiana Life. Holmes joins Errol Laborde, executive editor of Louisiana Life, along with podcast producer Kelly Massicot to talk about the state's wildlife from the Kisatchie Forest through the Atchafalaya Basin. Oh yes, we will also hear about the re-emergence of the bird made famous by John James Audubon
In this episode of From the Woods Today, Dr. John Cox shares the fascinating story of the coyote and how we can learn to manage and live with this new member of our ecological community. We also have our monthly What's that Fungus segment. 6.15.22 Watch Video From the Woods Today
Welcome to PTBN Pop's Video Jukebox Song of The Day! Every weekday will be featuring a live watch of a great and memorable music video. On today's episode, Andy Atherton is watching “Wild Wild Life” by Talking Heads from 1986. The YouTube link for the video is below so you can watch along! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=616-QGQyx-I
Andy Doak from NAVHDA (North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association) joins the show to discuss the organization's history, their mission today, chapter opportunities around the country, hunt tests & events, dog training mentors, dog pedigree data, hunting grouse & woodcock in Maine, finding love in the field, and so much more…Presented by Soundgear (https://soundgear.com,) Aluma (https://www.alumaklm.com,) Walton's (https://www.waltonsinc.com/,) OnX Maps (https://www.onxmaps.com/) & Nutri Souce (https://nutrisourcepetfoods.com/)
The physical and emotional challenges of in vitro fertilisation, or IVF, never fade from your memory - whatever the outcome. But what happens when you have been lucky enough to have a child or children and you still have frozen embryos in storage you are sure you will not use. None of the choices you face are easy – to donate to another couple in need, or to science, to let them be discarded or continue to preserve them. We hear from Alison Murdoch, Professor of Reproductive Medicine at Newcastle University and two women who have come to different conclusions about what they will do. A new study of over 5000 teenagers in 46 schools has found that more than a third of teenage girls who sent nude images of themselves had been pressured into doing so. Researchers found that girls felt “shamed” when their nude images were leaked, while boys said that the leaking could lead them to gain social status. It also revealed that 34% of girls were first asked to send a nude when they were 13 or younger. Emma is joined by Soma Sara, the founder of Everyone's Invited - a safe place for survivors to share their stories anonymously - and Ruby Wootton, associate director from Revealing Reality, one of the authors of the study - which was done in collaboration with PHSE, that's the national body for personal, social, health and economic education. Being a ranger in the wild - protecting animals from poachers, leading conservation efforts and sometimes putting yourself in the line of fire - isn't often a job taken on by women. In fact, less than 11% of the global wildlife ranger workforce is female - something many in the sector want to change. Holly Budge is a British adventurer who's founded World Female Ranger Week following a successful World Female Ranger Day last year. Purnima Devi Barman is a conservationist from the state of Assam in north-eastern India who set up her own 'Stork Army' to save one species of bird. They both join Emma on the programme. The Treasury's Women in Finance Charter has published its annual review looking at gender diversity within the financial sector in the UK for 2021. Amanda Blanc is CEO of Aviva, the UK's leading insurer and leads the Women in Finance Charter and speaks to Emma about the review as well as her experiences of sexism as one of a handful of female FTSE 100 bosses.
This week, I sat down with Jake Li, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Pesticide Programs, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and my colleague, Jim Aidala, Senior Government Affairs Consultant here at B&C. My guests have much in common -- they both have served (or in Jake's case is serving) in senior policy positions in this space at EPA, and they both have a keen understanding of the legal, policy, and commercial implications of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Enacted almost 50 years ago, the ESA is intended to preserve and protect imperiled species. As anyone in this space knows, implementing the ESA and balancing the need for pesticide use has proven to be a challenging issue for decades. Our conversation today covers what the Administration is doing to balance wildlife protection and responsible pesticide use, what the federal Interagency Working Group is doing in this regard, and consider how the ESA Workplan is helping EPA's Pesticide Program meet its ESA obligations. ALL MATERIALS IN THIS PODCAST ARE PROVIDED SOLELY FOR INFORMATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES. THE MATERIALS ARE NOT INTENDED TO CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE OR THE PROVISION OF LEGAL SERVICES. ALL LEGAL QUESTIONS SHOULD BE ANSWERED DIRECTLY BY A LICENSED ATTORNEY PRACTICING IN THE APPLICABLE AREA OF LAW. ©2022 Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. All Rights Reserved
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by head football coach Mitch McLemore & "Coyote Man" Clay Reid. Mitch and Clay have spent decades together chasing coyotes and varmints across multiple states. This episode is full of more hilarious stories from their adventures in life and profound wisdom from times of hardships.
The video game Alba: A Wildlife Adventure lets you have adventures in a stunning virtual landscape while curled up at home with a cup of hot cocoa. The game puts you in the shoes of a birdwatcher and conservationist on a Mediterranean island. As you traverse the animated ecosystems, listen for the calls of over 50 birds, like the Eurasian Sparrowhawk, Northern Shoveler, and Great Cormorant. The game is available on phones, consoles, or your computer.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
It's already in the triple digits in Big D so we're sharing TV show recommendations, where the new restaurants are and what wildlife was recently spotted in the Park Cities. Join us today for a fun discussion on how to stay inside and avoid the heat!This episode is sponsored by:Clinic Concierge - the health care experts that come to you. To learn more visit https://clinicconcierge.comVisit https://www.bubblelounge.net to listen to our podcast and check out blog.
After wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone national park in 1995, researchers noticed some big ecological changes, leading to the regeneration of the landscape. It's an argument used to justify the return of apex predators – but it's increasingly being challenged. Phoebe Weston talks to Ian Sample about whether wolves really have the power to shape ecosystems, and what that means for the debate about bringing them back to the UK. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
Chester Moore return to talk about wildlife conservation, conservation journalism, wildlife photography, eating wild game, dangers of the outdoors and much more on this special road trip episode of the Aptitude Outdoors Podcast. Learn more Here: https://bit.ly/3ycUIZr If You Enjoyed this Episode Buy me a coffee: https://bit.ly/3suN4Gy Aptitude Outdoors Merch: https://bit.ly/3KTd4BD More Aptitude Outdoors here: https://bit.ly/2YLp82N Get 10% off Absolute Aid Products: https://bit.ly/3px2Jnt Discount Code: APTITUDE10
The ultimate father-son experience: catch a fish in all 50 states during the span of a summer. That's exactly what Jimmie Powell and his son, Isaac did in 2021. Hear about how they did it, but more importantly, how the adventure changed them both. See ‘em in action on the Powell Project on Facebook. Want to be on the show? Leave us a Question of the Day by clicking here and you could win a DeerCast hat! Join the 100% Wild Rack Pack! It's a Facebook group just for you and other 100% Wild podcasters!
Join Ellen & conservationist, wildlife educator and streamer Maya Higa to talk about one of the toughest, bravest predators in the sky: red-tailed hawks! We talk about the joys of falconry and wildlife rehabilitation, the reckless raptor lifestyle, environmentally-friendly window decor, what to do if you find a baby bird on the ground, and what it's like to work alongside these modern-day dinosaurs.Follow Maya on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter & Instagram!Learn more about Alveus Sanctuary & follow along with their work on Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok and Twitch!Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram & join Ellen for weekly video game streams on Twitch!
After a month away from recording due to Nephi building a house and Dave completing a fellowship in Europe, the guys are back. They discuss Recoving America's Wildlife Act, the major Congressional hurdle it cleared, and when it might become law. They also discuss a land acquisition by the Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming that creates access to 70,000 of public land, and the controversy surrounding the purchase. Other topics include: hunting draw results, Nephi moving, why soccer is a boring, and more. Tune in, and if you have ideas for future episodes, shoot us a note at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by film maker and producer of their new YouTube series, The First Family of Waterfowl, Ricky Keller. He has worked for some of the top brands in the hunting industry, including, Beretta and Lucky Duck, and he spent a large amount of time this past winter filming at The Big Honker Lodge for the upcoming series. They discuss Ricky's time and entrance into filming outdoors adventures, what makes The Big Honker Lodge a unique experience, the treacherous editing process, and how this series will be different from the typical hunting show.
Native gardens are lower maintenance because you don't have to do a ton of enhancement to your soil as most natives thrive and adapt really well. Native plantings will spread and provide their own mulch and green cover as they age. Native plants are often tall and different than a more structured ornamental garden, so artwork or structure in the space helps people understand it is a purposefully designed area. Connect with Mary Phillips: Mary Phillips is the head of Garden for Wildlife™ at National Wildlife Federation. Mary will share about why it's vital to grow native species, reveal the perfect plants for every region, and provide tips on how to cultivate the optimal home for local pollinators. Garden For Wildlife National Wildlife Federation Code GARDEN22 - 20% off wildlife sign and certification Code EPIC22 - 20% off plants and pollinator packages Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your entire first order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design. Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, Jacques, and Chris) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by the founder of 24.7 Hunt, Ranar Moody. Ranar and 24.7 Hunt have three seasons of hunting footage on YouTube, chasing after everything from ducks to dove and turkey. The guys discuss Ranar's journey in the hunting industry, his entrepreneur side and branching out to develop music and sneakers, and how he's handled being in the public's eye.
Right now as we move into our 50th year of garden for wildlife, we have a goal to move into a million new gardens that we can track through our DIY combinations of plants that perform really well with really high numbers for wildlife. We have tracked pollinator garden hotspots that create stepping stones of habitat across urban and suburban areas. Two of the areas that we saw where bee species numbers reached a real pinnacle were in the desert southwest and east within the smokey mountain region. Connect with Mary Phillips: Mary Phillips is the head of Garden for Wildlife™ at National Wildlife Federation. Mary will share about why it's vital to grow native species, reveal the perfect plants for every region, and provide tips on how to cultivate the optimal home for local pollinators. Garden For Wildlife National Wildlife Federation Code GARDEN22 - 20% off wildlife sign and certification Code EPIC22 - 20% off plants and pollinator packages Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your entire first order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design. Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, Jacques, and Chris) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server