First national park in the world, located in the US states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho
TODAY's Checklist: Dr. John Torres shares how to be medically prepared for extreme weather – heat, flooding, hurricanes and wildfires. Plus, Dylan Dreyer sits down with one woman who worked in law enforcement all her life and is now the first Black woman to own her own Tequila brand. And, travel expert Misty Belles shares some TV-inspired vacation destinations – Gossip Girl, Outer Banks, Yellowstone, Emily In Paris and Bridgerton.
This week, the RV market has begun to soften as demand curtails to fuel prices and interest rates. Starlink has been approved for in motion use, the FTC wants to ban shady dealer tactics, and Yellowstone has been able to open 93% of the park's roadways much sooner than expected. Get the National Parks Traveler's Essential RVing Guide to the National Parks: https://amzn.to/3bQN26x Our Starlink for RVs update video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0bcOB7KkF4&t=102s Togo RV Plus is now Roadpass Pro. Your $49 per year Roadpass membership includes premium access to Campendium, Roadtrippers, RVillage, OvernightRVParking, and Togo RV. Save $10 on your Roadpass Pro Membership with code RVMILES10X at https://TogoRV.com?fpr=rvmiles.
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In 1991, a Montana man and his beloved dog failed to return from a 4-day hike searching for shed elk antlers in Yellowstone National Park. Questions surrounding what happened to them range from accident to animal attack to murder and the truth of what really happened to Daniel Campbell remains hidden even three decades later. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit
Mary Gauthier is known as one of the best songwriters of her generation. Originally from New Orleans and currently based in Nashville, Gauthier has battled back from hard knocks and bad habits. It wasn't until she was in her mid-30s that she started her career in music - once she got started, songs poured out that told the story of her life as a drunk and addict, a chef and restaurant owner, an androgynous lesbian, and an adoptee who spent the first year of her life in an orphanage. Her songs have been recorded by dozens of artists, including Jimmy Buffett, Blake Shelton, and Tim McGraw, and have appeared extensively in film and television, most recently on Yellowstone and ABC's Nashville.If you travel in Nashville's singer-songwriter circles, literary circles, or progressive activist circles, you've probably witnessed Mary Gauthier bring a room to tears. She's a unique, intrinsically valuable musical voice with a razor-sharp eye for detail and commitment to unsentimental self-reflection. Her most recent album, Dark Enough To See The Stars, has received rave reviews from The Associated Press, No Depression, Americana Highways, and more.
Garry talked about the retirement of Chicago radio DJ Bob Stroud. Meanwhile, a woman visiting the Yellowstone National Park was gored by a bison, the second incident of an animal injuring a park visitor this week. Plus, a man in Chile was paid 286 times his salary by accident. Garrforce t-shirts and coffee mugs are now available by going to "Merchandise" on the website. Your purchase of these items is what keeps the podcast going. Plus, you can always email me firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a text or voicemail at 773-888-2157 Thank you in advance!
This week, we are discussing a classic American genre: the western! 1:54 - What is a western? 13:22 - Ryan's experience with westerns 21:12 - Fort Apache 34:25 - Are westerns inherently problematic as a genre? 42:50 - A Bullet for the General 56:43 - Where did the westerns go? 1:06:31 - Yellowstone
150 years after Congress established Yellowstone National Park, it remains the jewel of a system that comprises some 400 national parks. But for Indigenous Americans, the history is bitter. Thousands were forced to leave, families were massacred, and the Army was brought in to exclude Native Americans. Today, as droughts, floods and fires threaten the parks, many are calling for Indigenous control. Indigenizing the National Parks wouldn't just be morally and legally right, but it just might be what saves the parks for future generations. Wes Martel of the Eastern Shoshone, and Valerie Grussing, Executive Director of the National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers — fill Laura in on a recent Inter-Tribal Gathering that examined this question. And we'll hear closing remarks and a water prayer from Faith Spotted Eagle of Yankton Sioux Nation. Should non-Indigenous people even go to Yellowstone? Laura asks, and what do Indigenous people want for the future?“We're in this together for reconciliation and healing. When one of us isn't whole, then none of us are whole. It impacts all of us — the healing that needs to happen to address generational trauma.” - Valerie Grussing“We must let people know we're still here. We're going to be here forever. And we want our rightful place in this, this country's economic and social picture.” - Wes MartelGuests:Valerie Grussing, Executive Director, National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation OfficersWes Martel, Eastern Shoshone/Northern Arapaho; Senior Wind River Conservation Associate, Greater Yellowstone Coalition-Ft. Washakie OfficeFaith Spotted Eagle, Ihanktonwon Dakota Elder & Co-Founder Brave Heart Society, Activist, Yankton Sioux Nation. (presenting at the Inter-Tribal Gathering on Indigenizing the National Parks) We are listener & viewer sponsored. Full episode notes including related articles and LFShow episodes to watch and/or listen to are posted at https://Patreon.com/theLFShow Patreon Members receive access to the FULL UNCUT CONVERSATION. The show airs on 300+ Public Television households across the U.S., on over 40 community radio stations and as a podcast.
TTB 196: June Travel Bites This month we bring you our Travel Bites episode where we break down the previous month's travel related news that we found interesting. This month we discuss: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/01/us/yellowstone-bison-woman-gored.html (Bison Gores a Woman Who Approached in Yellowstone National Park) https://www.yahoo.com/news/4-000-us-flights-canceled-180011829.html (6,000+ US flights canceled or delayed Friday after one of worst summer air travel days yet) https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/22-ambassadors-recommend-the-one-book-to-read-before-visiting-their-country?utm_campaign=falcon&utm_medium=social&mbid=social_facebook&utm_source=facebook&utm_brand=cnt&utm_social-type=owned&fbclid=IwAR0L-Ri8WRUQ-kXv8ANy7x9h5fKZ9BeGYI3pmWDmt2iNWPzJt8V7Pr5m8K0 (Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country) https://www.carscoops.com/2022/06/electric-fiat-500-drives-at-highway-speeds-without-running-down-the-battery-thanks-to-inductive-charging/ (Electric Fiat 500 Drives At Highway Speeds Without Running Down The Battery Thanks to Inductive Charging) https://thepointsguy.com/news/hotel-ceo-updates/?fbclid=IwAR1pi1VHgnBC9W43k1lKjOL5PsGhYlT-uGc__XuzGMDxLp7yhvOypileitA (Hotel CEOs on price gouging, daily housekeeping and mini bottles of shampoo) https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/summer-air-travel-tips-reducing-risk-delays-cancellations/index.html (Summer Travel Tips to Ensure you Get to your Destination) Up This Month: A ‘Travel Around Table' on Different Ways to Navigate a New City Dave Seminara on The Psychology of Travel Addicts SUPPORT THE PODCAST! Take a moment to rate us! Screenshot your review, email us the screenshot with your name and address and we will send you a FREE travel sticker! TheTravelersBlueprint@gmail.com FREE Travel Cheat Sheet! A Travel Journal or a Travel Video Course!! Find it all at http://thetravelersblueprint.com/products (http://thetravelersblueprint.com/products) Share the love with some TTB Products: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/36555646?asc=u (https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/36555646?asc=u) You can be a major supporter of our time and efforts in producing this podcast. May the travel Gods (old and new) be with you for all your future adventures! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/travblue (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/travblue) Follow Us on Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/the_travelers_blueprint/ (Instagram) - https://www.facebook.com/TheTravelersBlueprint18/ (Facebook) - https://twitter.com/ttblueprint?lang=en (Twitter) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyB8gPEriEPYP92Q1DHHkbg (YouTube) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Europa hatte Kathedralen und Schlösser, Nordamerika erhob im 19. Jahrhundert die Wildnis zum schützenswerten nationalen Erbe. Im Nordwesten der USA wurde 1872 Yellowstone zum weltweit ersten Nationalpark erklärt. Inzwischen ist das 9.000 Quadratkilometer große Gebiet von der UNESCO zum Weltnaturerbe erhoben und Rückzugsgebiet für selten gewordene Tierarten. Mit seiner Tier- und Pflanzenvielfalt lockt der Yellowstone Nationalpark unzählige Touristen an.
Welcome to a new episode of Cookies and Beer! This week we talk about burning the roof of your mouth, the Fourth of July, and we talk about the biggest snake found in the US. I love you all, thank you! Andrew Wagner (DOTP - July 1st 2001) IG - cookiesandbeerpodcast email - email@example.com
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. An art installation at a SoCal Target raises questions about school safety. The great whites are finding their way to Cape Cod. Councilmember Mike Karbassi joins the show to discuss the preliminary approval of raises for councilmembers and the passing of the Fiscal Year 2023 City Budget. Bison attack in Yellowstone. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of KathTrend Bigelow, Jack and super producer Trisha discuss Trisha dropping her phone, COVID being "easier to get, harder to avoid", Bobby Bonilla Day, more flooding in Yellowstone, NBA news, and the Airpocalypse! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The recent flooding around Yellowstone National Park also created challenges for gateway towns like Gardner, Red Lodge and Cooke City in Montana. That includes lost homes and possibly lost livelihoods. For travelers who can no longer access the park through those towns, there's another Montana entrance: West Yellowstone, the most popular gateway to the park. Our partners at the Mountain West News Bureau visited the community in late June. Plus, a report by Utah Public Radio on the toxic dust left from the drying Great Salt Lake. Last, our region's long drought is putting pressure on drinking water supplies. Add in a water main break and the situation can be catastrophic. We have another report from the Mountain West News Bureau on one area that's already under water restrictions. // And later, the Weekly News Reel where we check in with reporters on their latest stories of the Moab area. Reporter Sophia Fisher of the Times-Independent discusses local and state officials' take on the Supreme Court decision regarding abortion rights, new construction coming to Highway 191 and Grand County's COVID status. Ali Harford of the Moab Sun News talks about efforts at educating residents on housing rights, the status of local Celtic festival Scots on the Rocks and an opportunity for locals to record oral histories with help from the Moab Museum. // Show Notes // Photo : The Montana entrance to Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, remains open to visitors after area flooding. Madelyn Beck/MWNB // Weekly News Reel Mentions: // The Times-Independent: Local, state officials weigh in on divisive Supreme Court decision https://www.moabtimes.com/articles/local-state-officials-weigh-in-on-divisive-supreme-court-decision/ // The Times-Independent: 3 UDOT projects speeding ahead https://www.moabtimes.com/articles/3-udot-projects-speeding-ahead/ // The Times-Independent: Grand's COVID status wobbles between High, Medium https://www.moabtimes.com/articles/grands-covid-status-wobbles-between-high-medium/ // Moab Sun News: Local housing advocates receive fair housing laws training https://moabsunnews.com/2022/06/30/local-housing-advocates-receive-fair-housing-laws-training/ // Moab Sun News: City permits Scots on the Rocks festival at ballparks https://moabsunnews.com/2022/06/30/city-permits-scots-on-the-rocks-festival-at-ballparks/ // Moab Sun News: Creating a personal history https://moabsunnews.com/2022/06/30/creating-a-personal-history/ //Moab Museum oral history project https://moabmuseum.org/oral-histories/
Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about the internet has finally found “Bakesy,” the Stanley Cup was accidentally delivered to the wrong address, a guy that says “spirits” told him to burn his bosses house down, a dude that stole a $10K R2-D2 prop in an attempt to get a security job with Disney, a $5K drink available on the Star Wars cruise, the best gay phone sex operator gives tips for better dirty talk, visitors getting gored by bison at Yellowstone, an officer that misused police resources to track down an OnlyFans model, bladder Botox procedures to reduce the amount of visits to the bathroom, a photo of a man submitted to a stock picture site becomes a meme, a coffee shop that has 220+ robberies happen, Arby's & Old Spice teaming up for a meat themed deodorant set, and more!
The guys open the show and get into a story of 46 illegal immigrants (now up to 53) found dead in a tractor-trailer in Texas. This is now know as 'the deadliest human trafficking' episode in US history. They then transfer into the story about the mysterious lights observed above San Diego. The U.S. Coast Guard said the lights were flares fired from a ship off the coast of San Diego. However, this is highly unlikely as the lights remained steady in the air for several minutes and even formed different shapes. The second half opens discussing Dutch farmers protesting nitrogen omissions and go into stories regarding people being attacked by bison at Yellowstone National Park. They end it with a round of Dave's Tiktok. Pardon My American podcast (PMA) is an opinion-based podcast that explores politics, entertainment, paranormal, and culture all while having a good laugh. They keep things lighthearted as they dive into subjects that inspire you to think and ask questions. Support Our Sponsors ► Aura ► Ghostbed ► Lucy ► MyBookie Support Our Show ► Website ► Buy Merch ► Patreon Watch & Follow Our Show ► YouTube ► Rumble ► Rokfin ► Instagram ► Telegram
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine war Russian missile strikes kill 18 in Odesa region emergency service Supreme Court ruling on EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions is a step backward in fighting climate change, experts warn Ukraine war latest Russia starts grain shipments from occupied Ukraine Xi Jinping in Hong Kong to mark 25 years of handover Britney Griner appears in Moscow court over Russian drug charges California Wildfire Burns More Than 900 Acres and Prompts Evacuations Hutchinson was one of the witnesses Trump world sought to influence Remain In Mexico Biden can end Trump era policy, court rules Smuggling a big business along US Mexico border, says trucker New fight over abortion jolts Democratic battle to take on Johnson in Wisconsin Controversial Florida abortion ban blocked by court Supreme Court tells lower courts to reconsider disputes on abortion and guns after blockbuster decisions Reports One officer dead, multiple others shot in southeastern Kentucky Brittney Griner Detained US basketball star appears in Russian court on drug charges Columbia Wont Participate in the Next U.S. News Rankings Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as first black woman on US top court Bison attacks woman at Yellowstone National Park Xi Visits a Hong Kong Transformed by Chinas Crackdown Supreme Court limits Bidens power to cut emissions
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Bison attacks woman at Yellowstone National Park Smuggling a big business along US Mexico border, says trucker Reports One officer dead, multiple others shot in southeastern Kentucky Supreme Court limits Bidens power to cut emissions New fight over abortion jolts Democratic battle to take on Johnson in Wisconsin Ukraine war Russian missile strikes kill 18 in Odesa region emergency service California Wildfire Burns More Than 900 Acres and Prompts Evacuations Supreme Court ruling on EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions is a step backward in fighting climate change, experts warn Columbia Wont Participate in the Next U.S. News Rankings Ukraine war latest Russia starts grain shipments from occupied Ukraine Xi Jinping in Hong Kong to mark 25 years of handover Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as first black woman on US top court Britney Griner appears in Moscow court over Russian drug charges Hutchinson was one of the witnesses Trump world sought to influence Supreme Court tells lower courts to reconsider disputes on abortion and guns after blockbuster decisions Brittney Griner Detained US basketball star appears in Russian court on drug charges Xi Visits a Hong Kong Transformed by Chinas Crackdown Remain In Mexico Biden can end Trump era policy, court rules Controversial Florida abortion ban blocked by court
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Xi Jinping in Hong Kong to mark 25 years of handover Supreme Court ruling on EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions is a step backward in fighting climate change, experts warn Remain In Mexico Biden can end Trump era policy, court rules Columbia Wont Participate in the Next U.S. News Rankings Controversial Florida abortion ban blocked by court Supreme Court tells lower courts to reconsider disputes on abortion and guns after blockbuster decisions Brittney Griner Detained US basketball star appears in Russian court on drug charges Smuggling a big business along US Mexico border, says trucker Britney Griner appears in Moscow court over Russian drug charges New fight over abortion jolts Democratic battle to take on Johnson in Wisconsin Ketanji Brown Jackson sworn in as first black woman on US top court Bison attacks woman at Yellowstone National Park Supreme Court limits Bidens power to cut emissions Hutchinson was one of the witnesses Trump world sought to influence Xi Visits a Hong Kong Transformed by Chinas Crackdown Ukraine war latest Russia starts grain shipments from occupied Ukraine Reports One officer dead, multiple others shot in southeastern Kentucky Ukraine war Russian missile strikes kill 18 in Odesa region emergency service California Wildfire Burns More Than 900 Acres and Prompts Evacuations
It's your lucky day: you just secured a pair of highly sought after backstage passes to the show of a lifetime, brought to you by the many talented ladies and handful of gentleman at Crazy Horse West. That's right, you walked right into...The Killing of a Chinese Bookie, John Cassavetes's crime genre turn of the mid 70s? Well, why we clean up the unexpectedly bloody stage, treat yourself to an opening act Blue Plate Special discussion of Elvis (the man, the myth, and the latest maximalist spectacular from Baz Luhrmann), the new chiller The Black Phone (starring none other than Ethan Hawke), and the promising film project on the horizon (no pun intended) from Yellowstone star Kevin Costner. This week's featured attraction finds us ruminating on the intensely casual cinema of Cassavetes, finding a lot to love in the confident disaster that is Ben Gazzara's performance, and pleasurably surveying what happens when an artist of the highest order decides to take what would otherwise be a soulless "one for them" and turn it into the sort of explosive concoction only they could've made. Stick around for the curtain call to not only get a preview of what's ahead but also hear a little from a *very* special guest who will be joining us next episode! Feel free to skip to 2:28:24 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions, comments, and requests. https://thebigwblog.wordpress.com/2022/06/26/breathing-fire-the-life-not-lived-in-elvis/?fbclid=IwAR3Fe3-GczP0bSLBUhaUPZz3gMILtZeDUnRmgANInMxPipPaKKVm9e6ZBu8 https://thebigwblog.wordpress.com/2022/06/28/well-call-you-the-moving-isolation-of-the-black-phone/
Our destination is the famed Madison River in Southwest Montana with veteran outfitter, Dave Kumlien, founder of Montana Troutfitters. Southwest Montana is chock full of world-class water and the Madison River just may be the crown jewel. Designated a Blue-Ribbon trout stream, the Madison has it all--large trout and high fish counts, prolific hatches and incredible scenery, and of course the famous 50-mile riffle! Dave gives us the low down on the Madison from top to bottom and provides a unique perspective from his nearly 50 years of guiding and fighting for anglers, guides, and the rivers we love. Stories of Mother's Day Caddis “snakes”, giant fish in Hebgen Lake, the great fishing below Ennis Lake, and the real story behind Montana's stream access laws and the growth in angling pressure. This show was recorded end of May before the historic Yellowstone floods of 2022. With host, Steve Haigh Pictures of the Madison River and Dave's top fly picks: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook About Dave Kumlien Montana Troutfitters: https://www.troutfitters.com/ Facebook @montana.troutfitters | Instagram @Montana_Troutfitters Here is the course for guides Dave teaches he mentioned on the show: Guiding for the Future https://guidingforthefuture.org/ Please check out our Sponsors: Angler's Coffee - elevating the coffee experience for the fly-fishing community & anglers everywhere with small-batch coffee delivered to your doorstep. https://anglerscoffee.com/ | Facebook & Instagram @anglerscoffeeco Trout Routes - the #1 Trout Fishing app, helping you find new trout water so you spend less time on the road and more time fishing. https://troutinsights.com/ | Facebook @troutinsights Instagram @TroutRoutes JP Ross Fly Rods & Company - specializing in small stream rods: Use Happyfish for $50 off any rod purchase. https://www.jprossflyrods.com/ | Facebook @jprossandcompany Instagram @jprossflyrods. Destination Angler: The Destination Angler Website and Show Notes: http://destinationangler.libsyn.com/ Get updates and pictures of destinations covered on each podcast: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook Join in the conversation with the @DestinationAnglerConnection group on Facebook. Comments & Suggestions: host, Steve Haigh, email email@example.com Available on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts Recorded May 25, 2022. Episode 68 Music on the show by A Brother's Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”. Podcast edited by Podcast Volume https://www.podcastvolume.com/
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Rep. Jamie Raskin says anyone wanting to address Cassidy Hutchinsons testimony can do so under oath Bruces Beach returned to family nearly a century after seizure F1 dismisses Ecclestone comments on Putin and racism January 6 committee subpoenas Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone for testimony Russia invasion Putin still wants to take most of Ukraine US 4 people have been charged in the Texas semitruck smuggling operation that left 53 migrants dead Ukraine war latest Nato leaders meet after declaring Russia greatest threat WATCH Colorado Springs man gored by bison at Yellowstone, unclear if he was too close or trying to help others who were too close before the incident Israeli parliament votes to dissolve, triggering fifth election in four years Liz Cheney Calls Trump a Domestic Threat That We Have Never Faced Before Everything was going fine between us Putin says of NATO expansion Russian forces withdraw from Snake Island Kankakee murders Police identify 2 of 3 men found apparently shot to death in Merchant Street home Xavier Becerra US is backsliding with abortion ruling, says health secretary Paris attacks Surviving suspect Salah Abdeslam found guilty Patrice Lumumba DR Congo buries tooth of independence hero R. Kelly given 30 years in jail in sex abuse case Chinas President Xi arrives Hong Kong for handover anniversary Breyer makes it official Hes leaving the Supreme Court on Thursday at noon New York City woman pushing baby in stroller on Upper East Side shot dead Ukraine War UK pledges an extra 1bn in military support
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Paris attacks Surviving suspect Salah Abdeslam found guilty New York City woman pushing baby in stroller on Upper East Side shot dead Ukraine War UK pledges an extra 1bn in military support Ukraine war latest Nato leaders meet after declaring Russia greatest threat Kankakee murders Police identify 2 of 3 men found apparently shot to death in Merchant Street home R. Kelly given 30 years in jail in sex abuse case Liz Cheney Calls Trump a Domestic Threat That We Have Never Faced Before WATCH Colorado Springs man gored by bison at Yellowstone, unclear if he was too close or trying to help others who were too close before the incident Russia invasion Putin still wants to take most of Ukraine US January 6 committee subpoenas Trump White House counsel Pat Cipollone for testimony Xavier Becerra US is backsliding with abortion ruling, says health secretary Bruces Beach returned to family nearly a century after seizure F1 dismisses Ecclestone comments on Putin and racism Breyer makes it official Hes leaving the Supreme Court on Thursday at noon Israeli parliament votes to dissolve, triggering fifth election in four years Chinas President Xi arrives Hong Kong for handover anniversary Everything was going fine between us Putin says of NATO expansion Russian forces withdraw from Snake Island Patrice Lumumba DR Congo buries tooth of independence hero Rep. Jamie Raskin says anyone wanting to address Cassidy Hutchinsons testimony can do so under oath 4 people have been charged in the Texas semitruck smuggling operation that left 53 migrants dead
Panther, painter, mountain screamer. Catamount, ghost cat, puma. These are just a few of the regional and colloquial names for an elusive carnivore that stalks the wilds of Greater Yellowstone. It's an animal many folks go their whole lives sharing habitat with without seeing even once in the wild. Here in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, it is more commonly known as the mountain lion or cougar. In Episode 09, we are sitting down with Daniel Stahler of Yellowstone National Park. Dan is a wildlife biologist who has been working in the park for 25 years, and—among many other things—serves as project leader of the Yellowstone Cougar Project. We discuss everything from how to confidently identify mountain lions, to how they quietly reintroduced themselves to Yellowstone after being nearly hunted out of existence in the early 20th century, to how the Yellowstone Cougar Project keeps tabs on the park's few dozen cats today. And of course, Dan shares some memorable stories from his time in the field working hands-on with these magnificent animals and their mega cute offspring. So, grab your housecat and curl up with us for episode nine of the Voices of Greater Yellowstone podcast: Yellowstone's Resilient Cougars. Voices of Greater Yellowstone was created by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, a conservation nonprofit dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations.The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the land of 49+ Indigenous Tribes who maintain current and ancestral connections to the lands, waters, wildlife, plants, and more.> Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts.> Sign-up for our podcast supporter email list> Tell us which is cutest: cougar kittens, wolf pups, or grizzly bear cubs> Cougar facts!> Yellowstone Cougar Project> Support the podcast and give a gift to GYCPodcast Artwork > Rachel Dunlap ArtMusic >Redwood Trail by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...)Artist: http://audionautix.com/Support the show
In case you missed one of June's wide-ranging episodes, check out these snippets and see if you might want to go back and listen to the whole thing! Episode Recaps:Ep. 79 | Turning the Music and Podcast Industries Green with Andy LandEp. 80 | Into the Headlines: Selling Zimbabwe's Ivory StockpileEp. 81 | Cougars: The Shadows of Yellowstone with Jack RabeEp. 82 | Biomimicry: Solving Our Biggest Challenges Using Nature's Solutions See full show notes at rewildology.com. If you're liking the show, please hit the follow button and share with someone you think would enjoy this episode. Sharing is the best way to help the show grow! Check out the new Rewildology merch shop! https://rewildology.com/shop/Recording gear provided by Focusrite: https://focusrite.com/en/usb-audio-interface/scarlett/scarlett-solo-studioDiscover more ways to watch, listen, and interact: https://linktr.ee/RewildologyJoin the Rewildologists Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rewildologistsFollow RewildologyInstagram: https://instagram.com/rewildology/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@rewildologypodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/rewildologyTwitter: https://twitter.com/rewildologyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNVIeC0km8ZGK_1QPy7-iA
Bob Berman is the world's most widely read astronomer. Author of 12 popular science books published by Harper, Little Brown, and Morrow, and numerous foreign editions, he is also, since 1988, the astronomy editor of the Old Farmers Almanac. He is also contributing editor and monthly columnist for Astronomy magazine. For 17 years, from 1989 – 2006, he was Discover magazine's monthly Night Watchman columnist. He was a guest on numerous national TV shows, such as Today with Katie Couric, and Late Night with David Letterman. Listeners in seven states hear his weekly Skywindow program on the eight Northeast Public Radio stations during NPR's Weekend Edition. Berman founded the Catskill Astronomical Society in 1976, and is director of Overlook Observatory, near Woodstock, New York, and the Storm King Observatory at Cornwall, New York. He was adjunct professor of astronomy and physics at New York's Marymount college from 1995-2000. For 13 years prior to that, Berman directed the summer astronomy program at Yellowstone Park for the National Park Service and Yellowstone Institute.
Ken is solo since John is on vacation. Brandon Judd comes on the show to talk about the truck that was found with over 50 dead illegal migrants in it near San Antonio. More on the border crisis. Carl DeMaio comes on the show to talk about the high gas prices and the gas tax going up on July 1st. There was a bison attack at Yellowstone.
In this episode, we get into it quickly. Wild talk Wednesdays. We get into some philosophy and ancient Rome and what makes a great person. Yoda said it best. These aren't the droids you're looking for. Chris Pratt is under fire over his healthy baby. Wut. People are getting too comfortable with the food chain when you can just approach a wild bison in Yellowstone. Enjoy
The guys wonder why people get so close to wild animals at Yellowstone, then a big thank you to everyone involved in the FAN Golf Classic. Plus, the guys are fascinated by Freddie Freeman's ongoing emotions over leaving Atlanta, curious over Draymond Green's comments about Kevin Durant, and mystified over the Knicks desire to land Jalen Brunson.
4th of July injuries have been on the rise over the past decade. 3% of people have not used a pen or pencil in over a year. UFOs and alien life are out there, but can they get here? If you went to jail, would you rather be in solitary confinement or general population? Another bison attack happened at Yellowstone. Plus, Egg Roulette, Travis Barker hospitalized, AirBnB party ban, favorite pie, January 6 hearing, free legal advice and more!
This week the lads discuss tips and things to do in our National Parks, or anywhere when the weather decides to rain. The conversation is sparked by the floods in Yellowstone and from a Wanderer listening in. The conversation goes in rain gear, making plans, flooding, climate change, and more. Get your hands on some Wandering Ways Apparel at teespring.com/stores/wandering-ways Check out our instagram for the pictures discussed and more stories @Wandering_Ways_Podcast Love the podcast or want to be a possible guest email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Check out even more Quartz Lake and Wandering Ways fun at https://linktr.ee/WanderingWays Sponsors: Check out Blue Ribbon Nets https://blueribbonnets.net/ and use the code Rugaru10 for 10% off Check out the Little Shell Tribe Store https://shopls574.com/shop/ and use the code Wanderingways to get a discount
Financial and Social Destruction Tom Donnan pt 1 There is no doubt we are living in the last of the last days. Everything around us is falling apart. The economy, the supply chain, oil and gas supplies – even society is falling apart faster than anyone could predict. Our government is broken, our leaders are imbeciles and traitors. Our churches are broken and weak. The ONLY thing left is God. And, for the most part, Americans have forsaken Him, too. That is the outlook for this nation and the world right now. Wars and rumors of wars. Famine, pestilences and diseases, hyper-inflation, crime out of control, murder rates rising. More and more mass shootings. And all of that is the “good news.” It is getting worse day by day – and I thank God for it! Amen! Brother Bob! How can you say you thank God for all of this bad new? Simple, because His Word tells us it is going to be just like this immediately before the return of Jesus! Praise God! THAT – IS GOOD NEWS! At least for believers! Amen! Matthew 13 verses 16-17 and Luke 10 verses 23-24 tell us what Jesus informed His disciples of – and, since we are His disciples also, He is speaking to us. He said, “Blessed are YOUR EYES because the see and YOUR EARS for they hear. For I say unto you, that many prophets and righteous men desired to see the things that you see but did not see and to hear the things that you hear but did not hear it.” Folks, the culmination of the ages is about to happen right before our very eyes! For believers, we also have the promise to escape the worst part of it! Praise God! I'm not going to take the time to teach on this because that's not the purpose of todays program. But you can do your own studies of 1 Thessalonians 4:17 and then Revelation chapters 1-3 that talk about the church – and then it's not mentioned again as the Tribulation on folds – especially after John is told to “come up here.” But, again, that's not the point of today's program. Our guest today is Tom Donnan, who is back to share some warnings about things happening right now and then viewing things by the Spirit as he was shown. These are not good messages for anyone who is an unbeliever. Unless they get born again prior to the triggering event, whatever that may be. Amen! Help me welcome back to the program, our good friend, Tom Donnan! Tom, thank you for joining us again today. I've been looking forward to our conversation today and I know our listeners will get a lot out of this, if they are paying attention to what is happening every single night on the news. Amen! You shared with me that the next shock wave that is about to hit humanity is going to come in three different waves. Let's take them one at a time and go through them. What is shock wave number one? So, we see the financial shock wave hitting right now. This government has just flooded the economy with cash that has no backing to it at all. It literally is dropping the value of the dollar. Which means it takes MORE dollars to purchase things – which is called INFLATION. And that is happening as we speak. What is shock wave number two? I've seen reports that companies are moving into neighborhoods and offering two and three times the value of house in some areas, just out bidding any offers on homes for sale. They then intend to rent these home out. Which means the American dream of actually owning your own home is soon going to be a thing of the past. Nobody will be able to afford to out bid these corporations. And what is shock wave number three? We've discussed the increase in earthquakes all over the world, but especially in this nation. In areas where we traditionally have not seen earthquakes. I continue to hear rumors about the rumblings under Yellowstone National Park, they are increasing in numbers not seen before. If that super volcano blows, it will destroy 1/3 of the nation and whatever is left of the agriculture in this land. We will...
Yellowstone National Park turned 150 this year, but of course, the national park moniker is just a human designation for this exotic landscape. a massive Caldera formed from a volcano that last erupted 631000 years ago. There are few places on Earth that display the power of nature so eloquently as Yellowstone. A place where the only constant is change. That power recently showed its face in the form of devastating floods that ravaged much of Yellowstone and beyond. On this episode of America's national parks the path forward for Yellowstone after a 1 in 500-year event.
Using data from the fabulous Gaia mission, researchers have detected four new brown dwarfs as well as several other unusual companions to 25 stars in the Milky Way. Plus, Yellowstone, Earth's magnetic field, hot Jupiters, and a review of the first episode of The Orville: New Horizons. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
On this Whiskey Quickie by Bourbon Pursuit, we review Yellowstone Family Recipe. This 6 year old bourbon is 100 proof and $70 MSRP. Let us know what you think. Cheers!DISCLAIMER: The whiskey in this review was provided to us at no cost courtesy of the spirit producer. We were not compensated by the spirit producer for this review. This is our honest opinion based on what we tasted. Please drink responsibly.
The National Parks Service has changed immensely since its days of keeping poachers out of Yellowstone. So has its approach to telling the story of America. Kirsten Talken-Spaulding of the NPS and Will Shafroth of the National Parks Foundation help us understand how this colossal system actually works and what it's doing to tell the true story of the United States.
June 2022 came down heavy on the Yellowstone Country. A perfect storm of environmental conditions resulted in historic flooding and devastating property loss. The community of Red Lodge, hometown of guide/outfitter Chad Pavlick, was particularly hard hit by the raging torrent. Pavlick shares perspective on his own backyard, a region forever altered by the "500 Year Flood". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Big Ed, owner of Big Ed's Guide Service and Bass & Baskets Inn on Lake of the Ozarks.About Big Ed's Guide Service:Many years, lost lures, big bass (small ones too) and true fish stories later, he settled down at Lake of the Ozarks, doing what he truly loves for a living - teaching others and helping others catch (and release) bass.Big Ed fishes out of a fully loaded 921 Phoenix bass boat and is licensed by the US Coast Guard. With him, bass fishing is catch-and-release only. He's working hard to make sure this lake is an exceptional fishery for years to come.About Bass & Baskets:They named their Inn Bass & Baskets – the “bass” came from a love for fishing and “baskets” from an affinity for collecting Longaberger Baskets®. They opened the doors to their recently revived cottage-turned-inn in 2001.Today, they are one of the most well-regarded inns in the business. While they've won several industry awards, their finest accomplishment is the smile or hug from a guest at their departure.For More Info:https://bigedsguideservice.com/https://www.facebook.com/BigEdsGuideServicehttps://www.bassandbaskets.com/Big Ed's#573-692-6710Ed@bassandbaskets.comSpecial Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Rinella talks with Grace Sturdivant, Janis Putelis,Sean Weaver,Garrett Long, Seth Morris, Chester Floyd, and Phil Taylor. Topics discussed: Being an Elvis fan; from radio DJ to audiologist to OtoPro founder; creating a new hearing test with various nature sounds, animal calls, and turkey gobbles; Yellowstone's floods; Seth and Chester kick ass on the amateur walleye tournament scene; Grace as a former Miss America pageant Top 15; ducks flying incredibly long distances during their lifetime; the snow goose that traveled 870 miles in 24 hours; Polar Bear Pete's high ass, his dinger-hitting talent, and his message to all of you; MeatEater's article about hearing loss; what happens when a gun goes bang by your head?; sound pressure; how to pronounce "tinnitus"; the link between hearing loss and dementia; sticking a caulk gun way up into your ear where it has no business being; how to properly insert those little foamies; Jani and Garrett's poor hearing; 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.
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