Blurry Creatures

Blurry Creatures

EP: 112 Giants of The Caribbean with Heather Arnold

Grab your sunscreen and a coconut because we're going back to the islands! This week we bring on researcher, explorer, and author Heather Arnold to discuss here book "The Islands of the Giants: The Lost Race of Giants of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao". About to be a full time resident on the islands, Heather discusses the anomalies and her findings on the true history of these three islands in the Caribbean. What evidence has she found that there indeed were giants on these islands? This episode gets blurry with everything lights and UFO sightings to stories of large people being found and the historical evidence suddenly disappears. 
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Monsters Inside Me

Animal Planet

Flesh Eaters

A seemingly innocent cat scratch leaves a veterinary volunteer with a raised and growing wound on her chest. When it begins to move, she's horrified that something could be growing inside.To actually see the Monsters Inside Me episode you just listened to, stream full episodes on discovery+. Go to to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply.

Tooth & Claw: True Stories of Animal Attacks

Wes Larson, Jeff Larson, Mike Smith | QCODE

Animal Attack News Roundup - Eko the Tiger, the Serial Squirrel, and Monkeyin’ Around

Welcome back to Tooth and Claw! On today's episode, we finally get around to talking about the incident down in a Florida zoo involving Eko the tiger, and share our thoughts on what the fallout of the unfortunate incident was and should be. But first, we kick things of with a couple of cute animals getting up to no good, and Jeff comes up with a new segment to great (horrifying?) success.

Afterwards, we wrap it up with a batch of listener questions. We hope you enjoy!

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All Creatures Podcast

All Creatures Podcast

Episode 279: Keen on Kākāpō

The critically endangered Kākāpō is one of the more endearing species we have covered to date. This flightless parrot is native to Aotearoa New Zealand and was nearly extinct in the late 20th century. It is only through the commitment of the New Zealand Government and her people that the Kākāpō is still in existence. Today there are over 200 of these birds that are being cared for and guarded off Aotearoa New Zealand's coasts. This is just an amazing bird that surprised us at every turn. They truly deserves your love and another species you cant miss. 
For one cup of "good" coffee a month you can support your favorite podcast on Patreon and give back to conservation. With your support we are able to send money to conservation organizations monthly chosen by our Patreon supporters. We recently posted a bonus episode, the Blue Footed Booby, for our Patreon only subscribers and will be offering more bonus content soon! Thank you so muc

Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

PBS Nature

Black. Female. Scientist.

Breaking glass ceilings, breaking down barriers, breaking molds: it’s exhilarating. And exhausting. This episode is about what it’s really, truly like to be a Black, female scientist in America.
Since this is the last episode of the season. I want to say, thanks to you. Hosting the show and sharing my stories has been an incredible experience and quite a wild ride. And I'm so glad that you're here on this journey with me. Go back and listen to all of the episodes again here:

The Science of Birds

Ivan Phillipsen

Giant Birds: Go Big or Go Home

This is Episode 52. Today, we’re talking about bird species that are way, way bigger than your average chickadee or finch.Our focus will be on evolutionary lineages that spawned some very large bird species. Species whose ancestors had been much smaller, millions of years earlier.We’ll look at a bunch of interesting giant birds throughout history. Then we’ll talk about some scientific explanations for why these critters got so big in the first place.~~ Leave me a review using Podchaser ~~Links of InterestThe Time Terror Birds Invaded [Video]Takahe - Return to the Wild [Video]Island GigantismLink to this episode on the Science of Birds websiteSupport the show

Where Hope Grows

Force of Nature

Welcome to "Where Hope Grows", a podcast curated to celebrate the inspiring stories of ranchers, land stewards, and others working on the frontlines of the regenerative revolution. Inspired by the infinite wisdom of Mother Nature, our stories will ground you in a deep and profound way to the architecture of the natural world. With a recurring theme of collaborating and working within Her design, we are gifted with the reminder that Mother Nature's capacity for healing is intimately connected to our own. These are stories about regeneration, gratitude, and connection. This is where hope grows. This podcast is made possible by the support of Force of Nature.

Nature Guys

Nature Guys

Invasive Plants

Bob is joined by our very own plant guru Greg to talk about invasive species. Greg brings along his right hand man Drew to explain why invasive plants have such a negative impact. Our sources for this episode include: Study by Audubon that Drew refers to: Nandina Berries Kill Birds

My Bigfoot Sighting

Vic Cundiff

Patrick's Next Bigfoot Sightings - My Bigfoot Sighting Episode 51

On Episode 49, tonight’s guest, Patrick McWilliams, talked about several of the Sasquatch encounters he’s had at Wellington Lake, in Colorado. 1 of the encounters he shared on Episode 49 was probably the most amazing Sasquatch encounter I’ve heard about. There’s no way Patrick would be able to share all of his experiences in 1 show, though, so he’s come back to share more of them with you. We hope you’ll tune in and listen to him do that.If you’ve had a Bigfoot sighting and would like to be a guest, on the show, please go to and let us know. We’d love to hear from you.If you’d like to help support the show, by buying your own My Bigfoot Sighting t-shirt, sweatshirt, or tank top, please visit the My Bigfoot Sighting Show Store Page, by going to...'s theme song, "Banjo Music," courte

TED Climate


The future of the food ecosystem -- and the power of your plate | Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli

Many people across the world don't have access to healthy food -- while in other places tons of food go to waste. Social entrepreneur Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli thinks we can take bold steps to fix this problem. She lays out what it would take to build a more equitable, sustainable food system that nourishes all people and asks us to widen our perspectives before eating our next meal.

The Hotshot Wake Up

The Hotshot Wake Up

A podcast and newsletter by firefighters about wildfire and the world. Crew Supervisor and Ex Hotshot overhead. Call it like it is. Monthly Substack subscriptions go towards supporting this content and helping firefighters in need.


Glacier National Park - National Park Service

Whitebark Pine | Chapter Five

Trees, fish, and ferrets—what is our relationship with nature?
The Glacier Conservancy: Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation: Revive and Restore: Pictures of whitebark pine: Ben Cosgrove Music:
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The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Mushroom Hour

Ep. 126: The Art in Mushroom Cultivation & Embracing the Unknowable (feat. Sam Shoemaker)

Today on Mushroom Hour we are excited to interview mushroom cultivation artist Sam Shoemaker. Sam is an interdisciplinary artist and mycologist based in Los Angeles, California. Sam's recent artistic work stems from an ongoing collaboration with rare, native, and medicinal fungi. After receiving his MFA from Yale University in 2020, Sam founded the urban mushroom farm Myco Myco from his underground laboratory in Los Angeles. His obsession with mushrooms led Sam to some unconventional cultivation projects. These projects produced interesting results which led him to ask questions about how mushrooms can be used and when nobody seemed to be able to answer his questions he just kept going - doing more experiments, taking the science as far as he could, and trying things for himself. Approaching mycology through the lens of an artist, Sam explores the tremendous amount of creative

Deer University

MSU Deer Lab

Episode 058 - Wait, so cull bucks do exist?

A topic of much debate and argument is cull bucks. Do cull bucks exist?  Are they different from management bucks?  All good questions.  In this episode we review this terminology and discuss scenarios where harvesting cull bucks, or management bucks, makes a lot of sense. At the beginning of the episode we revealed a new Deer Management Online Seminar Series.  Below is the link to this program, and if you have questions, please reach out to Bill Hamrick at On this page, you will find 8 courses related to Deer Biology and Management. Buck Selective Harvest Strategies Deer Management Concepts: Management Approaches and Population Dynamics Food Plot Principles Cool-Season Food Plots Pine Management Affects Deer Habitat Quality Regional Variation in Body and Antler Size: Is

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters

W.J. Sheehan

Bigfoot TIW 154: Husband and Wife Bigfoot Encounter at Their Home in Eastern Minnesota

In today's episode KJ reviews a compelling UFO video from 1995 that was filmed in Salida Colorado. Bill covers a great Bigfoot account from a husband and wife in Eastern Minnesota. And some great listener mail. Please join us!

Thank you for listening!

Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

American Birding Podcast

American Birding Association

06-23: Black Birders - Embracing the Beauty Within

As part of its celebration of the third Black Birders Week, please enjoy highlights from the ABA’s two-part panel “Black Birders: Embracing the Beauty Within.” The panel session co-hosts are Sheridan Alford and Chelsea Connor. They are joined in the first session by Alex Troutman, Sharon Scott, and Scott Edwards, and in the second session by Alex Troutman and Danielle Belleny. Panelists explores such topics as childhood experiences with birds, how to pass on generational knowledge of birds, and whether things have changed since the first Black Birders Week. For the panels in their entirety as well as links and bios for all of the participants, please visit the ABA website. Thanks to the panelists and to Black AF in STEM for putting on yet another great edition of Black Birders Week.  Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We app

Bring Birds Back


The Bird Journey Continues!

Tenijah got hooked on birding at the start of the pandemic, and during the last season of Bring Birds Back she learned a lot about our feathered friends. This season, she’s ready to learn and share more simple ways to help birds — while discovering new birding skills from experts. After going birding with her mom and not seeing much, Tenijah wants to know how to better find and identify birds around her. Conor Gearin, managing producer of BirdNote Daily, joins Tenijah to teach her how to identify who you’re seeing outside and why they’re there.

Sasquatch Tracks

Micah Hanks, Dakota Waddell and Jeff Smith

David Weatherly: Wood Knocks and the Global Sasquatch Tradition | ST 032

On this episode of Sasquatch Tracks, we are joined by researcher David Weatherly, publisher of the Wood Knocks: Journal of Sasquatch Research series of anthologies. In addition to a longtime researcher who has studied the Sasquatch subject, Weatherly is the man behind Eerie Lights Publishing, which covers a wide range of topics within the field of the paranormal, supernatural, metaphysical and ancient mysteries. David's company is "committed to producing the highest quality products and utilizes a talented group of freelance artists and designers to carefully craft each title," and publishes books by "some of the premier people in the field."  As he joins us on Sasquatch Tracks, David Weatherly shares his own experience with a possible Sasquatch sighting he had in North Carolina's Great Dismal Swamp, and how one of his fellow observers reacted to the incident. This, along with his pe

WCS Wild Audio

Wildlife Conservation Society

Protecting coral reefs amidst a global bleaching crisis

Emily Darling directs WCS's global coral reef conservation program. Working with WCS programs in roughly a dozen countries, she thinks a lot about how to save these sensitive ecosystems—most importantly from climate change. Wild Audio’s Nat Moss checked in with her to learn more about the recent bleaching event on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, and what it suggests about the larger goal of reef conservation.

Just the Zoo of Us

Ellen & Christian Weatherford

144: A Grand Scale Adventure

Join the Weatherfords for a fantasy roleplaying adventure as Christian plays a Dungeons & Dragons homebrew one-shot written by Ellen! In this week's episode, Monax Tufdert  takes on a clandestine mission of the reptilian persuasion from a local government official. Along the way, he seeks to befriend a dog, rescue wildlife in peril, and restore ecological balance to the wetlands.All sounds used in this episode came from & attribution can be found here.Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

A Sustainable Mind - environment & sustainability podcast

Marjorie Alexander

Reusable cups: form and function, with Vince Dickson, co-creator of HUNU

After finding out that over 165 million single-use cups end up in landfills every day, Vince Dickson and Megan Williams went looking for a reusable alternative that was convenient and easy to carry around all day, every day. They couldn't find one so they created HUNU, a reusable cup that folds down small enough to fit into even the tightest pockets.  Today’s Sponsor: Wondrium offers documentaries, series, lessons, how-to's, and more, on any topic you can imagine. Watch on any device and on the go! To get your free trial go to In this episode Marjorie and Vince discuss: Consciousness about personal environmental impact and what determines a person’s choices about things like reusables. What led to Vince and Megan coming up with the design for the HUNU cup and what features make it unique. The important role that usability, portability, and aesthetics play in popularizing reusables. Re

Planet Visionaries

Rolex and The Washington Post Creative Group

The scientist turning plastics into possibility

Scientist Miranda Wang is using innovative chemistry to upcycle discarded plastics.

Biophilic Solutions: Nature Has the Answers

Serenbe Media Network

How Biophilia Makes Our Democracy Stronger with David Orr

This week, we’re diving deep into the intersection of democracy and the environmental movement, why it’s imperative that all lawmakers agree to the rules of the game, and how biophilia might act as a bridge to the equitable, green future we want. We also weigh the merits of a circular economy and discuss what it means to be responsible citizens and stewards for future generations. Our guest is renowned scholar of environmental and political studies at Oberlin College David Orr, author of eight books, including Dangerous Years: Climate Change, the Long Emergency, and the Way Forward (2016) and co-editor of three others including Democracy Unchained: How To Rebuild Government For The People (2019). While at Oberlin, Dr. Orr led the effort to design and build the Adam Joseph Lewis Center, one of the first truly biophilic buildings in the United States. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Lyndhurst Prize,

Talkin' Birds

Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds

Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds is a call-in show of entertaining conversation about wild birds -- attracting them to your back yard, identifying them, feeding them, and learning more about them along the way. Every week, we have contests for prizes like bird feeders and other great bird-related stuff, along with expert guests. So, whether you're an experienced birder, or you're new to birding, listen in, and be part of the show by calling in with a question, sharing some information or observations, or trying for one of our prizes. It's birdwatching--in the backyard and beyond.

Animals To The Max Podcast

Corbin Maxey

The Animals To The Max Podcast is about animals and the people who dedicate their lives to them. Hosted by nationally recognized animal expert Corbin Maxey (Today Show, Tonight Show, Late Night) each episode will feature a guest that works in an animal-related field and explore their passion and adventures while working with animals.  

Native Plants, Healthy Planet presented by Pinelands Nursery

Pinelands Nursery

Meet Brooklyn Bridge Park

Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick connect with Rebecca McMackin  (Director of Horticulture) of Brooklyn Bridge Park.  Topics include the intangibles that make Brooklyn Bridge Park unique, the obstacles of recreating nature in an urban setting, treating a park like a university, and having the courage to be a part of nature.  Rebecca shares a surprise announcement.  Music by Egocentric Plastic Men.
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Nerdy About Nature

Nerdy About Nature


Hello there, fellow nature nerds!  Welcome to the Nerdy About Nature Podcast!  
After tons of feedback from all of you, I've decided to step into this unknown realm of audio for a whole new medium that's sure to have it's fair share of ups and downs, but all in good fun, right?!
Here's just a little introduction to my mindset for creating this series, as well some detail on the first few shows I have planned in a new series of 'podchats' where I sit down with various folks and talk about issues pertaining to nature, the world around us, or even human nature!  Because us humans, after all, are a part of nature, not apart from it.
Bear with me as I learn and grow from this awkward new venture, and stay tuned for more fun episodes to come!

Nerdy About Nature is an independent passion project that relies on support from folks like you.  If you're enjoying this podcast series or all the fun, goofy and educational videos o

Nature Centered from Wild Birds Unlimited

Wild Birds Unlimited, Inc.

Birding by Ear: Getting Started

Do you know bird calls? John and Brian bet you know more than you realize. In this episode they bring the energy and expert tips to inspire anyone to take bird watching and listening to the next level.  

The We Out Here Podcast

Alexi Grousis and Allison Jones

The We Out Here Pod is the place to hear the stories of Black, brown, and indigenous folks in science and nature.

Scales N Tales

Adrian Dean

Heavily swimbait affiliated, and talking to the guys who know them best. People who are a master in their craft here help spread new ideas and wild stories to you as a listener. So sit down, learn some things and go try it for yourself.

Marine Mammal Science

The Society for Marine Mammalogy

How about Seaweeds on seals: algal and cyanobacteria growth on harbor seals

On this week’s episode we have Professor Floyd Hayes talking about cyanobacteria and algae found on pinnipeds. and his research on algal growth on harbor seals in California.

Sound Healing / Sound Bath

Omandala Vietnam

Singing Bowls Meditation|Thiền Chuông

Buổi sáng thức dậy, trước giờ đi làm. Trong giờ nghỉ trưa nơi công sở, bạn đều có thể dành ra 5 phút để thiền với âm thanh của Chuông , lấy lại tỉnh táo và bắt đầu những điều đang chờ bạn hành động.

Parts Per Billion


With PFAS Science, the More We Know, the Worse It Gets

Scientists and environmental regulators have been studying PFAS for years now, but new details are still coming out that make these so-called "forever chemicals" seem even more hazardous than previously thought.

Earlier this month, the EPA said it's unsafe to be exposed to essentially any amount of PFOA and PFOS, the two most well-known PFAS chemicals. The agency set a new non-binding health advisory for these two chemicals at less than one tenth of one part per trillion. The EPA's prior standards set in 2016 were thousands of times higher this and, furthermore, current PFAS sampling technology can only detect concentrations of four parts per trillion and above.

Bloomberg Law chemicals reporter Pat Rizzuto joined our environmental podcast to talk about why the agency took this extraordinary step, where the science on PFAS chemicals is heading, and what this will mean for regulators grappli


Vikram Baliga, PhD

83. A Lifetime of Botany, Mimulus Drama, and the Power of Names w/ Dr. Naomi Fraga

What's up Plant People! Sticking with our Parade of Botanists (TM), today's guest is Dr. Naomi Fraga. Naomi is a Research Assistant Professor at Claremont Graduate University and the Director of Conservation at the California Botanic Garden. She's a plant lover, a brilliant educator and scientist, a rare plant afficionado, and a tremendously good human. Tune in to hear us chat about everything from drama surrounding re-naming plants to accesibility and clarity in science communication!Naomi's LinksInstagramTikTokTwitterFaculty Profile****************************************************As always, thanks so much for listening! Subscribe, rate, and review Planthropology on your favorite podcast app. It really helps the show keep growing and reaching more people! Also, check out Planthropology on our website and various social media pages, all listed below. As an added bonus, i

Our Numinous Nature



Jim McDowell, aka "The Black Potter," is a gallery-level, outsider artist working in the ceramic tradition of face jugs inspired by his enslaved African ancestors. In this passionate & electric episode we learn about what pottery was like in colonial & slave times: the spiritual side of African & voodoo pottery; utilitarian vessels on the plantation; digging clay & building kilns; face jugs [aka ugly jugs]; & a renowned, literate slave potter named David Drake. Jim then tells a horripilating story about the making of an emotionally torturous jug he titled, "Slave." This opens powerful conversations about getting one's demons out & the artist's role, channeling ancestors & building generational wealth.  For a visual check out a gallery of Jim's powerful face jugs & watch him on History Detectives. For more information check out his web

A portrait of the White Mountain National Forest

In this contemplative natural soundscape, field recordist Jared Blake managed to capture in binaural sound an elaborate, hour-long portrait of the White Mountain National Forest. From Jared: “These recordings took place throughout the year in the Sandwich Wilderness of the White Mountain National Forest. Each day, I hiked from the parking area directly up the […]

Life List: A Birding Podcast

George Armistead, Alvaro Jaramillo, and Mollee Brown

Deep Diving Vagrant Birds with Marshall Iliff

Marshall Iliff joins us for this interview episode where we discuss big days, vagrancies, and more!

TTBOOK Presents: Kinship

To The Best Of Our Knowledge


There are old folktales and legends of people who can become animals. Animals who can become people. And there’s a lesson for our own time in those shapeshifting stories — a recognition that the membrane between what's human and more-than-human is razor thin.

Human identity cannot be separated from our nonhuman kin. From forest ecology to the human microbiome, emerging research suggests that being human is a complicated journey made possible only by the good graces of our many companions. In partnership with the Center for Humans and Nature and with support from the Kalliopeia Foundation, To The Best Of Our Knowledge is exploring this theme of "kinship" in a special radio series.

To learn more about the Kinship series, head to

Original Air Date: November 20, 2021


Sharon Blackie — David Abram — Chris Gosden — Stephen Graham Jones

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The Stubborn Light of Things

Melissa Harrison

Episode Twenty-eight: Outtakes

Making a nature podcast is harder than you think... Note: Contains bad words and loud noises! Listen →

Sound By Nature

Sound By Nature

Bonus! Passing Hikers At The Entrance To Pluto Cave

This was recorded at the entrance to Pluto Cave, a large lava tube just north of Mount Shasta in Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, California.


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Wild Edible World

Wild Edible World

A foraging podcast adventure where we dive into all of the amazing untamed flavors you can find trailside, curbside, and low tide; where the best food is FREE. In this aural exploration, we will discuss wild plants with the people that eat them around the world. The goal is to learn, and share, but also lessen the stigma surrounding the wild edible plants and mushrooms that surround us. Support this podcast:

Fire University

University of Florida

Fire University is a science-based podcast covering the latest research in fire ecology and how it relates to management of wildlife and plant communities. This podcast is part of the larger podcast network Natural Resources University. Funding for this project comes from the Renewable Resources Extension Act.

The Nature of Florida with Oscar Corral

Oscar Corral

The Nature of Florida is the premiere podcast in the Sunshine state dedicated exclusively to environmental topics. Journalist and Filmmaker Oscar Corral hosts the podcast, which features a different interview every episode with someone who is passionate and knowledgeable about an environmental issue. Mermaids, surfers, journalists, scientists, leaders, advocates: Oscar selects people from a wide variety of backgrounds to talk about Florida's globally unique environment, its challenges and solutions for preserving it for the next generation. How do industries like phosphate mining, agriculture, septic tanks and development affect the environment? And how do people who enjoy Florida's outdoors, like fishermen, surfers and hunters, see things? We hear from the people who are at the forefront of the state-wide struggle to save what's left of Florida's natural world. This podcast is sponsored in part by The Everglades Foundation; the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida and The Felburn Foundation.

Constant Wonder


S2 E20: Tomatoes That Leave Earth Behind

At an improbable greenhouse in the Utah desert, yummy tomatoes grow without soil and produce for nearly an entire year. The greenhouse gets heat and CO2 from a natural-gas power plant to which it is linked by a sort of umbilical cord. Within this bubble of clean, warm air, bumblebees pollinate the vines, and wasps fend off parasites. Whether you hope to build a colony on Mars or just aim to get a good tomato when there's snow on the ground, this is a good place to start.

Travis Jones, General Manager of Longvine Growing Co.
Martin Weijters, Head Grower at Longvine Growing Co.

Naturally Florida

Shannon Carnevale and Lara Milligan

Naturally Florida is a podcast about Florida's natural areas and the wild things that live here. This podcast is brought to you by UF/IFAS Extension's Natural Resources programs in Polk and Pinellas Counties.

In Search of Soil

Diego Footer

Dr. Adriano Sofo - Soil Macrofauna| In Search of Soil #20

In this episode of In Search of Soil, we’re talking to Italian soil Scientist Dr. Adriano Sofo to shed some light on the importance of soil macrofauna, earthworms, beetles, ants, and the like, and their roles in building healthier soil for more sustainable agriculture. Dr. Adriano Sofo is an associate professor in the University of Basilicata in Matera, Italy. Cited more than four thousand times, his research interests include plant-soil interactions, biogeochemistry, and environmental botany. With a passion for educating, he believes that information dissemination is the key to creating a more sustainable and regenerative agricultural landscape. List of Dr. Adriano Sofo’s Works   WATCH FULL EPISODES  YouTube Follow Diego @diegofooter - In this episode of In Search of Soil Traditional agricultural practices that deplete soil organic matter and biodiversit

Vertical Farming Podcast

Harry Duran

S5E57: Broadening the Farm: Providing Holistic Solutions & Innovation within the Vertical Farming Industry with Netled Oy’s Niko Kivioja

Episode SummaryCEO of Netled, Niko Kivioja spent the first part of his career in controlled environment agriculture (CEA) as a grower and has spent the last decade in high-tech closed-environment and vertical farming technology development. Today, Harry and Niko discuss how the vertical farming industry is growing and what opportunities exist for competitors within the industry to share technological advances to benefit all companies. Niko shares some exciting new projects and partnerships, including one with a Calgary-based wholesale supplier to bring Netled’s Vera vertical farming technology to the North American market.
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Key Takeaways04:27 – Harry welcomes CEO of Netled, Niko Kivioja, to talk about the proprietary Vera vertical farming platform

The Animals at Home Network

Dillon Perron & Bryce Broom

124: The Most Underrated Reptile Species | Frank Payne

Frank Payne is a biology teacher, former AZA herpetology zookeeper, and the founder of the reptile breeding operation, Living Art by Frank Payne. In this episode, we discuss the importance of both, keeping a wide variety of species and narrowing your focus to a select few. Frank explains why he has decided to focus on small species and the main differences he sees between keepers and breeders. We also discuss some incredibly underrated species in herpetoculture, the ethical issues with keeping medium to large species, and we learn specifics about a few of his breeding projects, including the genus Draco, i.e. flying lizards. SHOW NOTES:

The Warblers by Birds Canada

Andres Jiménez and Andrea Gress for Birds Canada

Minisode: The Epic Annual Migration of the Sabine's Gull

Dr. Sarah Gutowsky shares her recent findings on the migratory route of Sabine’s Gulls. This incredible species migrates 15,000 km from the high Arctic to Perú, and makes a brief but essential stopover along the coast of Vancouver Island in the Juan de Fuca Strait. Sarah helps us explore, not only the methodologies and insights from this research but also how she hopes the research may be used to inspire positive conservation actions.Shortly after our talk with Sarah, a shipping disaster occurred in the Juan de Fuca Strait. We imagine the environmental impacts will be ongoing for many years. As we follow that news story closely, it’s hard not to think about the Sabine’s Gull and other species that may be impacted.You can learn more about that disaster here:  As container ship smoulders off B.C. coast, environmental concerns remainHave a burning question? Many people might have the same question, we would love to answer

Future Ecologies

Future Ecologies

FE4.5 - Model Citizens: Bearly Legal (Part 2)

The North American Model is just one story of how wildlife conservation can be practiced. In part 2 of this mini-series we tell another: of restorative human–predator relationships and local self-determination.
We're bringing you a success story from the Great Bear Rainforest, and another articulation of how we can relate to wildlife — complete with its own set of guiding principles, naturally. (For musical credits, citations, and more, click here.) (Click here for Part 1)
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Dive Stories


Shawn Heinrichs - Protecting 30% of the Ocean by 2030

An inspiring discussion with marine conservation photographer and co-founder of SeaLegacy, Shawn Heinrichs. Shawn shares all about his passion for photographing the beauty and vulnerability of ocean animals, some seriously incredible marine life encounters, and his thoughts on the importance of PADI and SeaLegacy’s partnership to accelerate ocean protection. To learn more about Shawn and his work, you can follow him on social media @shawnheinrichs, and visit Plus, make sure to sign the petition urging world leaders to protect 30% of the ocean by 2030: PADI - Seek Adventure. Save the Ocean.

Successful Farming Podcast

Successful Farming

SF Podcast 98: The music of home

Cindy Southern Marion’s family farm near Dobson, North Carolina was built on a foundation of cattle, tobacco, and music. Her three children all work professionally around the country as musicians and songwriters, but the pandemic brought them home, and together, the family is paving a new path for the century farm.
Successful Farming’s Des Keller talks with Cindy and her son Will on the history of the place, and what they see for its future.
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re: Wild

Boyce Upholt

Marcia Bjornerud: Timefulness

Sometimes we like to seek landscapes that feel timeless, as if they've been set adrift from the tyranny of the clock. But perhaps we need to start seeing the world as timeful.
Marcia Bjornerud is a professor of geology and environmental studies at Lawrence University, and the author of two books, Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World, and Geopedia: A Brief Compendium of Geological Curiosities.
In this first episode of re: Wild, I talk to Marcia about deep time, and how developing "timefulness" might be key to a better relationship with the rest of the world.


Updates | 4.24.22

Exam season is upon us. Until exams finish, I will be taking a hiatus from the show to focus. Donors, please feel free to pause donations until then; there are never any hard feelings from me, only gratitude towards you. Until we return, please feel free to enjoy the back catalogue, and the content below. - MM Animal Sidekicks: Sentientist Conversations (definitely not for children): Human Evolution: (If you can't afford a Listenable subscription, just use the free trial to listen and then cancel. Also: I get 30% of your subscription if you subscribe through that link, and you can get 30% off online using the promo code: mackenmurphy) Thank you so much for your support through the years, the journey is far from over.

The Duck Farmer

Shane Olson

Carter's Big Island with Roy Carter

I have the opportunity to sit down with Roy Carter of Carters Big Island. We talk ducks, management and the history of the historic island in Southeast Kansas. 

Birding By Ear


Learning to Bird by Ear. Come with me as I learn to bird by ear. I created this podcast to help me learn how to identify birds by the sounds they make. So if you want to learn how to bird by ear too come along and lets learn some bird sounds together. I will focus specifically on birds that live commonly in my area, which is northern Utah.

The Wolf Connection

A Wolf Connection® Production

Welcome to 'The Wolf Connection' podcast where we will be exploring the intricate bond between humans and wolves, seeking to better understand our true relationship with one of humankind's earliest teachers; the wolf. Re-discovering this human-wolf connection and remembering the primal wisdom may prove to be essential to our development as individuals, the cultivation of productive societies, and sustainable civilization on this planet. Our discussions will include the experiences had by our visitors, students and staff during programs, events, and day-to-day operations at Wolf Connection, the dynamics of the wolf pack at Wolf Connection, wolves in the wild and their impact on the national landscape, and stories of human and wolf empowerment through all facets of the organization and beyond! For more than a decade, people have visited the land at Wolf Connection and experienced life changing bonds and interactions gained valuable knowledge from our pack of 30+ wolves and wolf-dogs located in Acton, CA , which is just an hour north of Los Angeles.

Snake Talk

Dr. Chris Jenkins

Everything Gila Monsters with Dr. Beck

Dr. Jenkins sits down with Dr. Daniel Beck to discuss ecology and natural history of Gila Monsters.  They cover everything from the origins of the name, their distribution, habitat needs, reproduction and much more.  They also touch on the closely related Beaded Lizards and chat about rattlesnakes.  Dr. Beck finishes with an incredible story about camping in Gila Monster country.Connect with Dr. Beck at Central Washington University.Here is Dr. Beck’s book, Biology of Gila Monsters and Beaded Lizards.Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram or at The Orianne Society.Shop Snake Talk merch.

Heartwood Vermont

Our Vermont Woods

A podcast that explores our Vermont woodlands, forest management, and the woods economy. Join us as we get to the heart of why Vermont's forests matter. Hosted by Kate Forrer and Lisa Sausville. Produced by Leah Kelleher. Fiddle theme music by Joanne Garton. Logo by Juli Badics. Check out our website for transcripts and more Vermont woods information:

Learning from Nature: The Biomimicry Podcast with Lily Urmann

Lily Urmann

We share Earth with millions of other species, many of whom have been around much longer than us. Biomimicry is the promising practice of learning from nature’s forms, processes, and systems to create life-friendly designs that benefit both people and the planet. Lily Urmann – a biomimic, educator, and nature communicator – will explore this exciting field and showcase how biomimicry is applied and practiced around the world; from architecture and engineering to material science, manufacturing, business, design and everything in-between. Join Lily as she dives into the brilliant and beautiful world of how nature works and interviews biomimics across cutting-edge disciplines. Together, let’s discover what we can learn from nature!

This Wild Life Conservation Podcast

Amy Turner

A warm welcome to 'This Wild Life Conservation Podcast'. Each week, leading conservationists will describe tales of wild adventures and discuss the highs and lows of living and working in the wild. You will laugh and cry as leaders in their field reveal unique insight into the lives of the animals they work tirelessly to protect. Learn about the pathways to becoming a conservationist and gain valuable insight into current conservation issues facing the world. We’re here to bring the wild to you!

Hannah and Erik Go Birding

Hannah Buschert and Erik Ostrander

Spring Chirp Birding Festival

Have you heard about the Spring Chirp?  It's a boutique festival in the spring in the Rio Grande Valley!  Hannah and Erik had never been to a "boutique festival", so they had to check it out.Main Story Begins at: 10:08Show notesInternational Conference for Women BirdersGlobal Bird FairSpring ChirpDon Birria Tacos Y MasLaguna Atascosa NWRSouth Padre Island Birding CenterEstero Llano Grande State ParkeBird Trip ReportLaguna Atascosa Field Trip Mission/McAllen Field TripBirds mentioned:Aplomado FalconGreater RoadrunnerWilson’s Phalarope Intro Bird Call: Olive Sparrow (Recorded: May 2022 Weslaco, TX)Outro Bird Call: Couch’s Kingbird (Recorded May 2022 Weslaco, TX)Connect with us at...IG: @Hannahgoesbirding and @Erikgoesbirding Twitter: @WeGoBirding Facebook: @HannahandErikGoBirding Email us at Website:

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News

Dane Wigington

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 18, 2022, #358 (Dane Wigington)

Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, June 18, 2022, #358 (Dane Wigington)

Golden State Naturalist

Michelle Fullner

This is a podcast about asking questions and experiencing wonder. It’s a place to bring your curiosity about the natural world in California.

Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation


The Rossifari Podcast brings my love of zoos, aquariums, rescues, and rehab facilities to you! Each episode features an interview with someone who works at one of these facilities. We talk about different species, individual animals, conservation efforts, nutrition...all kinds of stuff. This is a podcast suitable for all ages, but we will discuss topics like mating behaviors and euthanasia. If you're a fan of zoos, or have ever wondered what exactly a zookeeper does, how aquariums manage to keep all that water so clean, or just want to hear a bunch of amazing stories about incredible animals, and the people that take care of them, this is the podcast for you! Check us out online at and on all social media platforms @rossifari. Support the show at Check out the merch at

Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

Ep. 328 Greg Morrill, Grand Poobah of Cryptocasters and All The Weird

Join Lauren as she chats live with Greg Morrill, creator of All the Weird, Cryptocasters, and the All the Weird Club on Clubhouse. Greg is also a contributing writer for Paranormality Magazine.
Greg lives in Burlington, Ontario, Canada with his people and pets. Greg is a very diverse and fascinating individual with interests in cryptids, paranormal, and all things weird. Get ready for as much weird as you can handle as well as lots of laughs!
You can join in Greg's various weirdness on Clubhouse and Instagram!
Insta: @all.the.weird and @cryptocasters


Rob Porter

S5E4 - Red-eyed Vireo Chorus

Early morning in my campsite, I hit record as the birds wake (me) up.
Songbirding was recorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter.
The Songbirding cover art (Blackburnian Warbler) is by Lauren Helton:
This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Try Pinecast for free, forever, no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-da20d0 for 40% off for 4 months, and support Songbirding.


Pax Natura Foundation

RadioNatura is one of the latest projects undertaken by the Pax Natura Foundation, with the goal of making our mission vocal and amplifying the voices of those who are actively working to create a more peaceful and sustainable world. RadioNatura will be one of the first bilingual international podcasts hosting a diverse set of voices both well established, and underrepresented on the frontlines of climate entrepreneurship, activism, and research.Visit us at

After the Breach Podcast

Jeff Friedman and Sara Shimazu

A podcast for whale enthusiasts by whale enthusiasts. Join professional guides and whale watch captains Jeff Friedman and Sara Shimazu as they share their passion and love for whales, bringing you personal stories of recent whale sightings and encounters, research, news and interviews.

Habitat University

Jarred Brooke, Adam Janke

Habitat University is a science-based podcast delivering the latest information on habitat management. This podcast is part of a larger podcast network: Natural Resources University. Funding for this project comes from the Renewable Resources Extension Act.

Hunting and Fishing Stories With My Dad Gene

Elden Nelson

My dad loves the outdoors. Especially hunting and fishing. He's 84 years old now, which means he’s got a lifetime of great stories to tell. So that’s what this show is. I’m Elden Nelson, and this is…Hunting and fishing stories with my dad, Gene.

EWN - Engineering With Nature

USACE and iContact Productions

Leveraging Federal Partnering to Infuse Nature into Urban Community Resilience

Welcome to Episode 4! We’re discussing the role of EWN and nature-based solutions (NBS) in addressing urban challenges to build community and regional resilience. Host Sarah Thorne is joined by new co-host, Burton Suedel, Research Biologist at the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE); Abby Hall, Senior Advisor on Local and Regional Planning, with the Office of Community Revitalization, at the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA); and Jim McPherson, Federal Coordinating Officer for Region 1, with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).   Jim has had a long career in disaster response, first with the U.S. Coast Guard, where he participated in the response to Hurricane Katrina, now a Federal Coordinating Officer with FEMA. Jim’s current role is coordinating all federal agencies in a disaster, including USACE: “One of my favorite agencies to work with is the US Army Corps of Engineers beca

Hakai Magazine Audio Edition

Hakai Magazine

Warning! Signs Are Not Enough to Save Beachgoers from Deadly Currents

by Chloe Williams • Keeping people out of rip currents is more about reading human behavior than reading warning signs.
The original story, along with photos and video, can be found on

West Coast Water Justice

Natalie Kilmer, Save California Salmon

A podcast about grassroots water justice in the Western United States. We interview experts about their local watersheds and how the health of our water impacts every facet of our lives and future generations.

World Ocean Radio

Peter Neill, World Ocean Observatory

Taiga Syndrome

Last week we discussed the vast bio-region of the Amazon River, one of the most productive and important ecosystems on the planet. This week we highlight another system--the taiga--an enormous boreal forest and wetland at the top of Canada and part of the Russian federation. Both of these systems are more valuable sustained than exploited.About World Ocean Radio Peter Neill, Director of the World Ocean Observatory and host of World Ocean Radio, provides coverage of a broad spectrum of ocean issues from science and education to advocacy and exemplary projects. World Ocean Radio, a project of the World Ocean Observatory, is a weekly series of five-minute audio essays available for syndicated use at no cost by college and community radio stations worldwide.

Foodie Pharmacology Podcast

Co-Conspiracy Entertainment

Fiber Fueled with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz

If you were to pick one essential element of the diet that influences our health, what would it be? The amount of fats, sugars, or carbs we consume? How about meats? Fiber? On this episode of Foodie Pharmacology, I chat with award-winning gastroenterologist and best-selling author Dr. Will Bulsiewicz about the importance of our diets to gut health! He explains the benefits of a plant-based diet and the science behind the healing properties of dietary fiber. You can learn more about Dr. B’s work and sign up for his newsletter on his website: or follow his social media accounts on Instagram and Facebook at @theguthealthmd.
#Gut #DrB #plantbased #plants

Gettin' Outdoors Podcast

Big Daddy Lawler

Gettin’ Outdoors Podcast with host Big Daddy Lawler, explores the Alabama Black Belts natural resource assets. BDL has been promoting the ABB for 40 years. In this podcast we will be sitting down with movers and shakers of the outdoor industry, outdoor celebrities as well as local experts and characters who will share their experience and command of the outdoors.

Coffee At New Jersey Audubon

Sonicle Media

N8ture_Al On Seeing And Being Seen

Alex Troutman, a Black wildlife biologist and nature advocate, discusses the importance of seeing people who look like you in the development and growth of careers like his in the biological sciences. For more info, please visit:

In This Climate

In This Climate

How to Community Garden: Faith Farms

Wrapping up our tour of community gardens, Curtis Whittaker tells us the story of Faith Farms in the Emerson neighborhood of Gary, Indiana. Over the past nine years, a team from Progressive Community Church has turned a small patch of land into an expansive collection of year-round growing spaces that produce thousands of pounds of produce for a food-insecure community. They've also organized a Junior Master Gardner program and CSA box subscription. IER story: Faith Farms Facebook:

On Wildlife

Alex Re

Sugar Gliders

This week, we’re talking about an adorable animal with an amazing adaptation. You might associate them with flying squirrels or bats, but they have a much more unusual relative. So, keep your eyes on the trees because we’re heading to the forests of Australia to talk about sugar gliders.For sources and more information, please visit our website.Support the show

Climate Changers

Ryan Flahive

Rise Up with Edwin Namakanga

Learn more about Fridays for Future: more about Rise Up: 

Herpetological Highlights

Herpetological Highlights

105 Creative crab eating snakes

Snakes eat crabs, and they eat them in some pretty unusual ways. 
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Main Paper References:
Jayne, B. C., Voris, H. K., & Ng, P. K. L. (2018). How big is too big? Using crustacean-eating snakes (Homalopsidae) to test how anatomy and behaviour affect prey size and feeding performance. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 123(3), 636–650.
Other Links:
Feeding videos of crustacean eating snakes: 
Intro/outro – Treehouse by Ed Nelson
Species Bi-week theme – Mike Mooney
Other Music – The Passion HiFi,

Camping Out with Dan Camp

Daniel Camp

Antoinette Lee Toscano: Whitewater TV and making Outdoor Places more Equitable

Meet Antoinette. She's the creator of Whitewater TV and a multicultural, multi-sport outdoorswoman with a mission to bring more people into the outdoors. She spent 11 years in the United States Army, is a former IT executive, has over 10 years of experience in creative writing, has been a contributing writer to many publications including Paddling Magazine, works with top tier outdoor brands like Kokatat and Badfish SUP, and is a transformational public speaker with a passion for helping people living with health challenges and those diagnosed with anxiety, depression, and Post Traumatic Stress.
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Check out Diversify Whitewater and Vibe Tribe Adventures. For more information on Vibe Tribe Adventures, check out the Camping Out episode with Jess Newton and VTA!
Ready for some Camping Ou

Weekly Bird Report


A striking and unusual bird makes an appearance on Cape Cod

A striking and unusual species has come a knocking on Cape Cod this month, a bird we rarely see. Adults of this mystery species have been seen in Provincetown last month and Falmouth last week.

Wildlife Rehabilitation: From Rescue to Release

Gail Buhl

This podcast is dedicated to licensed wildlife rehabilitators and the veterinarians who support them.Each episode tackles topics about the rescue, care, management, reconditioning and release of wildlife found in North America - diving deep into each topic. Our aim is to give rehabilitators practical information they can use, because they’re already going to great lengths to rescue and nurse animals back to health.An injured or orphaned wild animal’s journey to restored health and independence in their natural habitat is delicate and complex: We draw techniques and expertise from many disciplines. We'll get into the three possible outcomes for wildlife in rehabilitation: Release, Euthanasia and Placement.

All Outdoors Photography Podcast

Henry Doyle

Biggest Week 2022 Retrospective: Part 2

In today’s special two-part episode, we are going to discuss the highlights of our week-long trip to Lake Erie for photography.

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About the Show:
Welcome to the All-Outdoors Photography Podcast! This podcast is about all things nature photography, including landscapes, wildlife, macro, and more. The show also features many guests who are professionals in their respective genres. The show features two talented photographers Henry Doyle and Ryan Taylor who both bring their different and unique photography experiences to the podcast. Episodes are released weekly every Tuesday at 1 pm EST.

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A Talk on the Wild Side

Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute

A Talk on the Wild Side explores all things wild in Texas in a fun and entertaining way. Each episode features an interview with a subject-matter expert on a conservation or natural resources topic. Terrestrial wildlife, marine life, hunting, and fishing are regularly featured topics.

For the Love of Nature

Laura Fawks Lapole & Katy Reiss

A podcast that tells you everything you need to know about nature, and probably more than you wanted to know.

The Casual Birder Podcast

Suzy Buttress

Bird Chat with The Edinburgh Birdwatcher #111

Euan, The Edinburgh Birdwatcher, is celebrating 20 years of birding. He tells Suzy about his birding style and what birdwatching means to him. Also, there’s big news from the Blue Tits that Suzy is watching via remote camera and, in Last Call, listen to a glorious, uninterrupted 5 minutes of dawn chorus birdsong from the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. Timestamps & Links 00:00:00 Pre-roll and intro music 00:00:56  Opening & Announcements Last Episode - Springtime Birding Last episode Global Big Day On 14th May The Casual Birder Podcast Team will be taking part in the Global Big Day on 14th May 2022 . I would love you to join us! We will all be birding in our own locations, and sharing our checklists to the team account giving us a combined total of species for the team. You do not have to be an expert to take part, and you can bird from your back garden if you wish. There will be exclusive team events in the run-up to the Big


Jon Hall & Charles Foley

Charles Foley and Jon Hall talk to mammalwatchers, biologists, conservationists and those with a passion for observing and protecting the world's wild mammals. For more information visit Dr Charles Foley is a mammalwatcher and biologist who, together with his wife Lara, spent 30 years studying elephants in Tanzania. They now run the Tanzania Conservation Research Program at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. Jon Hall set up in 2005. Genetically Welsh, spiritually Australian, currently in New York City. He has looked for mammals in over 100 countries. Produced and edited by José G. Martínez-Fonseca, mammalwatcher, photographer and wildlife biologist.

Higher Ground

J.D. Allen

Episode 9: Our National Special

Missed the first season of Higher Ground? Catch the one-hour special program selected by American Public Media for national distribution.

Ocean Science Radio

Ocean Science Radio

The Squidmobile, going viral, and the free labor problem in science communication

The team speaks with Dr Sarah McAnulty, a squid biologist, and the executive director of Skype a Scientist about going viral, cephalopods,  and how our world seems to expect free labor from the science communication community. 



BCR 206: Paul Desjardins, Longtime Birder

Paul Desjardins, the life-long times of a serious Connecticut birder, a meticulous record keeper of the birds seen worldwide joins us for a in-depth conversation of his 60 years.

توکا کست

Morteza Pourmirzai

پادکستی برای گفتمان حفاظت از طبیعت

The Living Soil Podcast

Grass Roots

Episode #19 Queen of the sun grown

Alexandria queen of the sun grown is a trained UC Davis Master Gardener. Cannabis cultivator/ consultant 
In this episode we break down her history and why she is so passionate about the plant. 
I ask her what her plans when it comes to a small indoor living soil grow with 4x4 and 4x8 raised beds in tents. 
Soil volume helps soil biology. Microbial monitoring with microscopes corneal soil mix 1/3 - 1/3 - 1/3 program. 
Going from 2- 20ft x100ft long greenhouses on a commercial farm in California to a indoor grow in WA state. 

Conservation Conversations with Sean O'Brien


Join Sean O’Brien, President and CEO of NatureServe, as he discusses emerging technologies, regional and global trends in biodiversity, and the future for life on Earth with some of the world’s leading experts in conservation. Each episode, released on a monthly basis, will feature an exclusive interview with scientists that’s accessible for listeners of any background. For nearly 50 years, NatureServe has been the authoritative source for biodiversity data throughout the Western Hemisphere. NatureServe works with 100+ network organizations and 1,000+ conservation scientists to collect, analyze, and deliver biodiversity information, providing comprehensive spatial data to meet both regulatory and conservation needs.

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

Andrew Lewin

Oceans Week: How you should approach it

There seems to be a day for everything these days and the oceans have a day as well, June 8th. It's a time for us to think about why we love the ocean so much and how we can better protect. There are celebrations, conferences, announcements (big and small) where governments and organizations try to stand out from one another to tell you how they are committed to protect the oceans. But the announcements are all massive agreements and commitments that don't include a very important thing, YOU!   In this episode, I am going to go over my thoughts about oceans week and how I think you should approach it. What you can get out of oceans week.   I am also going to discuss the programming that I have planned for Oceans Week for this podcast and some other things.

Living Planet | Deutsche Welle

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

Bill McKibben, dirty deals & unrecognizable seasons

We talk to environmentalist Bill McKibben about what the war in Ukraine really shows us about the climate crisis and a key aspect people have been missing in the fight against it. We also travel to a place bearing the consequences of Germany's exit from Russian coal. And, from Lithuania, we ask: how is the climate crisis changing the way we understand seasons?

The Meant 2B Outdoors Podcast

Meant 2B Outdoors

A podcast highlighting a wide variety of outdoor skills and adventures. Hunting, fishing, camping, wildlife, conservation and everything in between. If you love the outdoors, then this is the podcast for you!

La Terre au carré

France Inter

Zoology Ramblings

Emma and Robi

Just two zoology course mates who love rambling about animals, conservation, the injustices of the world and everything in between! You can follow more of our weird and wonderful wildlife adventures on instagram: @emma_hodson_wildlife @robi_watkinson_wildlife

NÜ EARTH with Nixie Marie

Nixie Marie

222: How to Raise Your Frequency with Biji from Love All 5D

Biji's expertise in frequency training from her 10+ years of daily spiritual practice is the key to her mastery. She shares Divine wisdom with the world through ancient and cutting-edge quantum healing modalities, shamanic medicine and, tantric yoga to support clients with their embodiment work of activating their highest, organic Source coding. For the past decade, Biji and her beloved Mikko, have been assisting thousands of lightworkers, healers, coaches, leaders and entrepreneurs from across the planet transform their frequency and become conscious creators of their reality.
What we chat about:

How to optimize your frequency for ultimate success
How to raise your frequency 
What is 5D consciousness and how to we obtain it
What does 5D consciousness have to do with the New Earth
How shifting our consciousness creates new frequencies on earth
What is available for

Forces for Nature

Crystal DiMiceli

Get informed, get inspired, and get empowered to make more animal and eco friendly choices.The Forces for Nature podcast celebrates people who are doing great things for animals and the environment. We bring you uplifting stories of these everyday heroes; their trials and triumphs; and how they find the motivation to keep going. You’ll leave feeling hopeful, prepped with actionable tips that answer your question, “But what can I possibly do,” so that you, too, can be a Force for Nature.

Smoky Signal

National Park Service

#2: Collections | Mysteries of the Museum

From hellbenders to Smoky madtoms to rusty patched bumble bees, Antoine explores the natural history collections of the Smokies. Where do these collections come from? What can we learn from them? And how can studying decades-old specimens inform how we manage the park?
Featuring: Baird Todd, Mike Aday, Arthur Stupka (archival), Paul Super, Becky Nichols, and Janie Bitner.
For more information, visit

Chesapeake Almanac

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Join retired Chesapeake Bay Foundation Senior Naturalist John Page Williams every Wednesday for inside accounts of our Bay’s creatures and seasonal events. Follow the Bay through the seasons. Williams' fascinating natural history will enable those who love the Chesapeake to tune in to life around the Bay. The fishing enthusiast will discover things that help him or her catch more bluefish or white perch; the bird watcher and the hiker will learn when to look for the appearance of the ospreys in the spring and the geese in the fall. The cruising sailor drinking morning coffee while anchored in a quiet cove will learn why a great blue heron stalks the shallows in summer; the canoeist will discover when to look for wild marsh flowers. ABOUT JOHN PAGE WILLIAMS Raised in Richmond, John Page Williams retired in 2019 from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation after a long career working as a naturalist and field educator on streams, creeks, rivers, and the open Bay throughout the Chesapeake watershed in Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. As he has also done for many years, he continues to review powerboats and write on fishing and environmental issues for Boating Magazine, Chesapeake Bay Magazine, and Virginia Wildlife Magazine. These readings are from John Page Williams, Jr.'s book, Chesapeake Almanac: Following the Bay through the Seasons. The publication is available in print at Content copyright © John Page Williams, Jr. All rights reserved. Find out more about the Chesapeake Bay Foundation at

The Forest Garden

Ben Bishop & Mike Amato

Have you ever wanted to transform your organic gardening practice into something more? Are you interested in ecology, permaculture, or sustainability? This podcast takes a deep dive into these topics, through in-depth commentary and relevant interviews with forest gardeners, permaculturalists, and regenerative system designers. The Forest Garden Podcast is a joint venture between Ben Bishop and Mike Amato, two plant nerds who in the summer of 2020 realized they shared the same alma mater and the same interests in alternative solutions to our rapidly evolving climate.

Ocean Matters

The Bertarelli Foundation

BONUS – People Power

In episode 12, we heard about the changes our ocean has faced in recent years and why it’s important to remain ‘ocean optimists’ in the fight against climate change. One ocean optimist is Sebastian Yancovic Pakarati, who is from an indigenous community – the Rapa Nui - on Easter Island. In 2014 the Rapa Nui lobbied the Chilean government to create a marine protected area in the waters around Easter Island. Four years later their campaign was successful and the MPA is now one of the world’s largest.
Sebastian speaks with producer Izzie Clarke about creating positive change, the important role indigenous communities play in ocean conservation, and shares his advice for listeners wanting to make a difference. 
Ocean Matters will be taking a short break to bring you season two. In the meantime, do listen and share the series so far. You can also visit the Bertarelli Foundation’s website, as well as @Marine_Science on Tw

A Native Plant Every Day with Tom and Fran

Pinelands Nursery

Hosts Tom Knezick and Fran Chismar bring you a different native plant every day.

Summer Vibes with Ada and Claire

Ada and Claire


Peter und der Wald – ein GEO-Podcast

Peter Wohlleben / GEO / Audio Alliance

Antje Grothus - Der Hambacher Wald muss bleiben!

Wer Mut zeigt, macht Mut! Über dieses Lebensmotto spricht die Umweltschützerin, Klimaaktivistin und Mitglied der Kohlekommission Antje Grothus mit Peter Wohlleben. Denn Sie hat sich mit vielen anderen wegweisend für den Erhalt des Hambacher Waldes eingesetzt. Wir lernen, warum er eben nicht Hambacher Forst genannt werden sollte, von roten Linien und wie weit man eigentlich gehen darf und wieso Schubladendenken uns nicht weiterbringt.Für alle Hörer des Podcasts gibt es eine Gratis Ausgabe von Peter Wohllebens Magazin "Wohllebens Welt". Einfach hier klicken: allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter abrufbar.

Care More Be Better: Social Impact - Sustainability - Regeneration

Corinna Bellizzi

Sustainability In The Fashion Industry: What You Need To Know With Britt Howard

Many are caught unaware of the myriad of sustainability issues facing the fashion industry. What we need is creative problem solving and direct engagement with the community. Corinna Bellizzi welcomes Britt Howard, the Founder and Creative Director at Portland Garment Factory (PGF).  Immerse yourself in the conversation as Britt shares with Corinna the various initiatives she’s taken to tackle sustainability head-on. For one, she led the construction of a shelter next door, housing over 60 homeless women. PGF recycles cut-out fabric and other waste materials to make masks, lap blankets, and pillowcases for them. Listen to this episode and discover what you can do to practice sustainability in your personal life! About Guest: Britt Howard is a visionary artist and entrepreneur who combines creative problem solving and a down-to-earth approach to make the work Portland Garment

Growing with Nature

Daron Williams

Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.

The Carbon Removal Show | Negative Emissions, Net Zero, Climate Positive

NEWS: What's next for The Carbon Removal Show?

Good news! The Carbon Removal Show will be coming back for another season this summer.

We want to make it as interesting, entertaining and educational as possible for all of you so we're asking you to let us know your thoughts about Season 1,

Head to to let us know what you think!

The Gulf

The Gulf Podcast

S1E7: Saving Sea Turtles and Birds on the Texas Coast

In our final episode of Season One, The Gulf Podcast production assistant Max McClure covers the largest sea turtle rescue effort in US history. Back in February 2021, the deadly winter storm that slammed Texas had a tremendous impact on wildlife. For cold-blooded sea turtles, winter weather can be deadly. When the water temperature gets below fifty degrees, their body temperature drops so much that they essentially become paralyzed, leaving them in a vulnerable state where they can go into shock, catch pneumonia, or become frostbitten. It’s called cold-stunning. In the wake of the storm, Texas experienced the largest cold-stunning event ever recorded.

Checking In

Checking In, Brian Barczyk

My First Snake Was GIGANTIC! (Brian Barczyk- Snake Talk!) w/ BurmDonor

★ FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA ★SUBSCRIBE TO BRIAN'S VLOG CHANNEL ▶'s Instagram ▶★ FOLLOW THE REPTARIUM ON SOCIAL MEDIA ★ Website ▶ A Private Tour With Me, Noah, Jessica or Bruce ▶ Events ▶ ▶ Instagram ▶

The Wild Episode

Brian Ruckley

Fenyes's Strepsipteran : You Have Got To Be Kidding

Fenyes's strepsipteran (Caenocholax fenyesi) is one of the most extraordinary insects in the world. A parasitoid living a deeply strange life - twice over, in fact, since males and females both get up to some remarkable stuff but are wildly different in both form and behaviour ...  Subscribe to the show to make sure you don't miss any future Wild Episodes, and e-mail your comments, corrections, suggestions or feedback to help make those future episodes better! You can also follow the show on Facebook or Twitter. Show notes, with photos, video and links to lots more information, are available at Music Opening & Closing Themes: Running Waters and Acoustic Meditation by Audionautix (Jason Shaw), from CC BY 3.0.

Squatch Talk

Squatch Talk

I discuss subjects surrounding Bigfoot and share peoples encounters with the elusive creature.

JotaHerb's Grow & Tell

Future Cannabis Project

JotaHerb's Grow & Tell focuses on cannabis cultivation, natural farming, understanding plants and nutrients, genetics, breeding and home cultivation. JotaHerb's Grow & Tell is broadcast live every Thursday on the Future Cannabis Project clubhouse and simulcast to FCP Youtube - Show host JotaHerb can be found at


Tamarra Martz

I have so many amazing stories involving wildlife to tell. I am an explorer as well as avid hiker. I have traveled to over 24 counties and 49 states. I have a MS in Conservation Biology and have carried out field work with different species as well as endangered species. Please listen!!! You won't be disappointed.

Conservation Connection

Last Chance Endeavors, Inc.

Regan Honeycutt, Zoe Munson, Joelle Reich, Charles Taibi: College of Charleston’s REU | Salty Water! | Episode 47

In our final episode from the 2021 batch of REU students we talk with Regan, Zoe, Joelle, and Charles! These young scientists are all studying the ways in which the chemical and physical properties of an environment impact the organisms that live there! From studying how frogs are affected by adolescent exposure to salt, to the structure of pluff mud itself, to how quickly crabs recover in acidic water, all the way to extreme microorganisms and the chemicals they make. You won’t want to miss this exciting episode!
Not only are these undergrads pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding in their topics, they're practicing valuable skills in science communication that they'll need for the rest of their careers as researchers! Communicating science to other researchers is one thing, but helping the public understand why their research matters is a diffe


Kate Coffin

Kindred is a podcast about our human relationship with animals and nature; how they inspire us, what we learn from them, and how we can advocate for them. We explore the history of our disconnect to the natural world, how we can repair and restore our relationship with our fellow keystone species and ecosystems, and implement change in order to heal our planet. Through conversations with scientists, animal advocates, and others, our hope is to offer a platform where we can listen, develop and create a new awareness. Hosted by Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh.

Woods & Wilds: The Podcast

Woods & Wilds Podcast

Elizabeth Garland of SlayTheMic partners with Dogwood Alliance's Kimala Luna to bring you magical tales of how the forests save us and why it's dire to save them.

پادکست اگزون / Exon podcast / حیرت‌های دنیای ژن‌های شما در سرزمین بی نظیر ع

Javad Azadi Pour

اپــیزود پانزدهم | باشگاه کراواتی های RNA

واژه کد برگرفته از کلمه کادکس است، روی لایه درونی پوست درختان در دوران باستان، متون محرمانه رو به صورت رمز روش میتراشیدن، این که واژه کد، در حقیقت از جسمی کد روش نوشته میشه پدید میاد، احساس غریبی رو تو ما بوجود میاره، تبدیل فرم به عملکرد. واتسون و کریک هم فهمیده بودن که این پدیده ، در مورد dna هم صدق میکنه یا نه و فرم ملکول باید با عملکرد اون در ارتباط ذاتی باشن به عبارت دیگه کد ژنتیکی باید روی ماده dna نوشته شده باشه درست مثل همون پیوند نزدیکی که یه وقتی میان لایه درونی پوست درخت و علامت های کنده شده روی آن وجود داشتاما کد ژنتیکی دقیقا چی بود/ باز های عالی چهارگانه موجود در یک تار مولکولی dna یعنی a،  , t, g ,c  چگونه می‌توانستند تعیین کننده همخوانی مو، رنگ چشم یا کیفیت پوشش یک باکتری باشند و حتی گرایش به بیماری روانی یا خونریزی هموفیلی تو خونواده ها باشند؟اپیزود پانزدهم پادکست اگزون داستان کشف این حقیقت که چگونه دستور العمل های ژنتیکی تبدیل به یک ویژگی فیزیکی میشوند پادکست اگزون، پادکستی که تو هر قسمتش سعی میکنیم داستانی

William Holden Wildlife Foundation Podcast with Stefanie Powers

Stefanie Powers

"William Holden Wildlife Foundation Podcast with Stefanie Powers" is a show that features insight on the topic of wildlife conservation. It is hosted by actress Stefanie Powers (star of the television series "Hart to Hart"). The William Holden Wildlife Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in the United States whose principal project is the William Holden Wildlife Education Center located near Nanyuki, Kenya.For more information on the organization's work, and how you can be a part of its outreach activities, just go to

Dive into Marine biology

Gledis Guri

This is a podcast for raising awareness of marine biology and for all the people out there (regardless of their passion or occupation) who would like to know a few things more about our wet animals. No hardcore stuff, just a short dive into our ocean. /This is Gled, a Doctor candidate in Marine biology, specialized in environmental DNA and marine ecology.



World Environment Day LanzaKids’ Questions with CEO Dr. Jennifer Holmgren

The opener to Season 2 features young children in the lives of LanzaTech’s team asking questions on climate change, biodiversity, sea level rise, and more, for responses by our CEO and expert Hunter Lovins. Held annually on June 5th, World Environment Day is the largest global platform for public outreach. This 2022 theme, “Only One Earth,” was the slogan for the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, held in 1972.

I’ll Go If You Go

Save the Redwoods League

Welcome to I’ll Go If You Go, a Save the Redwoods League podcast. Through conversations with Black, Indigenous, and POC who explore and work in the outdoors, we’re building community and illuminating how Californians from all walks of life experience nature and conservation, in the redwoods and beyond. In season 2, multimedia science journalist Emily Harwitz (she/her) meets up with folks doing fun, traditional, and nontraditional things in the redwoods—from mushroom foraging to skateboarding. Follow Save the Redwoods on Instagram @savetheredwoods. Music and sound by Nhu Nguyen and Anni Feng.

Guardians of the River

Wild Bird Trust, NGOWP, House of Pod

On the Edge of Home (Setswana)

Okavango Delta ke sekao sa gore go ka nna jang ha batho ba tsaa tsia dikhumo tsa tholego. Le thokometswe ka fa molaong ke legotla la UNESCO. It’s the world’s 1,000th UNESCO World Heritage site. Ke naga e tletseng diphologolo ka mehuta, jaanong seo se dira gore e nne sekgantshwane sa Bojanala lehatshe ka bophara. Mme gase banni bothe ba akolang katlego ya Okavango. Re simolola ka go utwa ka botshelo ja bogologolo go santse go tsomiwa  dikubu, mme re tsenelela mo kgang ya gore, ke eng sese dirang gore lefelo e nne legae la batho? Ebile ke mang yoo tshwanetseng go boelwa ha naga dira dipoelo?   Mo ke karolwana ya Bothano ya tse borobabodedi tsa Guardians of the River. O ka reetsa polelo yothe ka sekgoa ko   Polelo e, o ne oe tisetswa ke lentswe la ga Dawson Kgosi Ramsden, yo o neng a ranola mantswe a ga Kerllen Costa, yo neng a bega polelo ka sekgoa. Polelo e ranoletswe mo Setswaneng ke nna Thalefang Charles, ebo e gatisiwa k

The Well Managed Hive's Podcast


Discussions regarding beekeeping best management practices with an emphasis on varroa. Hosted by NCDA Apiary Inspector Lewis Cauble

The Birding Life Podcast

The Birding Life Podcast

Season 3 Episode 10 - Recording Bird Sounds

Last week we looked at bird the use of play back in the field – this week we are going to look at the opposite side of the coin and look at the recording of bird calls. We are joined by special guest Rick Nuttall. Rick is an experienced birder that has been recording bird calls for many years – he tells us all about how we can get started with the recording of calls and lets us know how it will add value to our birding. 
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Reptile Talk

Jeremy Turgeon and Rob Christian

Whether you keep them in your home, or love to see them in theirs, these are the creatures that bring us all together - REPTILES!! We are going to be delving into the experiences of reptile lovers from around the block and around the world. THIS is the Reptile Talk Podcast!

Life with Fire

Amanda Monthei

Indigenous-Led Fire Stewardship with Amy Christianson

How can First Nation and Indigenous communities regain power over their long-honed land stewardship and cultural burning practices? How can these practices be done without the influence of Westernized practices, which includes prescribed burning?Today's guest Amy Cardinal Christianson, a Métis woman and Fire Social Scientist for the Canadian Forest Service, addressed these questions (and so, so many others) for us in today's episode. On top of advocating for greater authority for First Nation communities over their ancestral lands, Amy also has an extensive background in researching the connection between First Nation communities and wildfire. Her most recent research centers heavily on wildfire evacuations in First Nations communities in Canada; various overlapping factors (like remote locations and a lack of emergency response infrastructure) often result in disproportionate wildfire impacts to First Nations communities

Fish Talk

Paul Greenberg & Nic Mink

A podcast that travels from our coasts to our kitchens to better understand how fish gets to our plates. Co-hosted by Paul Greenberg, author of the New York Times bestseller Four Fish and American Catch, and Nic Mink, co-founder of the direct-to-consumer wild seafood company Sitka Salmon Shares. Produced by Alana McKeever.

Voices of Greater Yellowstone

Greater Yellowstone Coalition

The wild heart of North America - the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - is home to vast landscapes, roaring rivers, and iconic wildlife, and diverse communities. What kind of threats face this remarkable place, and how can we ensure its protection? Join us to hear the stories of those who love this wild ecosystem. Presented by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, an organization dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem:



The Future of Bird Migration with Scott Weidensaul

Today’s episode was produced by Ari Daniel, Allison Wilson, Mark Bramhill, Conor Gearin, and Sam Johnson. Fact checking by Conor Gearin, mixing by John Kessler. Original theme music by Ian Coss. Special thanks to Willistown Conservation Trust.Additional Resources:A World on the Wing: The Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds | Book by Scott Weidensaul Motus Wildlife Tracking System: Explore GPS-Tracked Bird Migration RoutesOne Way to Save Birds: Pay Farmers to Flood Their Land | KQEDA boon for birds: Once overlooked, China’s mudflats gain protections | MongabayA Phenomenal Discovery, Bringing A Glimmer Of Hope To A Declining Species Of Bird | ManometA bird’s eye view of quantum entanglement | NOVA

The Soil Health Hub Podcast

Soil Health Hub

We are inviting key industry experts, leading farmers, scientists and AgriFood innovators to join the discussion about soil health. Together we will explore and debate challenges, opportunities and innovations around soil health and its implications on farming. What are the most important soil health indicators? What are the best ways to increase organic matter? How to make your farm more sustainable? Tune in to listen to the best in soil health answering these questions, sharing their experiences, and more!

Mongabay Newscast

Mongabay Reports: 'Lost' Amazonian cities reveal sustainability secrets

Our featured article this week examines archaeological research revealing details of a massive, Pre-Columbian urban settlement in the Amazon, 4,500 square kilometers in size, that provides valuable insights into how humanity could develop sustainable cities without degrading their environments.  To also read & share the story, go here: Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to have access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy this series, please visit to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's

Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast

Arizona Wildlife Federation

The Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast, with its host Michael Cravens, brings you the stories of wildlife, wild places, and those people who value them the most. From hunting and angling to birding and gardening, we‘ll keep you informed of issues, events, and activities from around the beautiful and diverse state of Arizona. Since 1923, Arizona Wildlife Federation has united Arizonans and decision makers around science-based solutions to conserve our state’s wildlife, wildlife habitat, and public lands for generations to come.

Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic

MCHH 380: Harbour porpoise strandings and a mass mortality event

Dr Scarlett Smash and Dr Craken talk to Dr Lonneke IJsseldijk about stranded harbour porpoises in the Netherlands and a recent mass mortality of porpoises caused by a disease outbreak. If you liked this show please support us so we can keep providing more content,  $1 helps : Contact for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show. MCHH Twitter MCHH Fb Live Dr Scarlett Smash YouTube Dr Scarlett Smash Twitter  Dr Scarlett Smash Instagram Dr Scarlett Smash TikTok  Dr Craken MacCraic Twitter Dr Craken MacCraic Instagram MCHH Instagram


National Tropical Weather Conference

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Beaver State Podcast

Timothy Akimoff

The Beaver State Podcast is a show produced by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Information and Education Team. This show is about fish and wildlife management, hunting and fishing and wildlife viewing in Oregon.

Straight Talk

Brandon Haskins

Update!!! For now on I will podcast Things we can do that can help the world and help others!!

Something Wild

Dave Anderson, Chris Martin

Something Wild: Is this Salamander a Plant or Animal? Yes.

Have you checked out a vernal pool this spring? The Something Wild team discovers the surprising symbiotic relationship between salamanders and algae.


Dan Drobates

Episode 94. Keeping Frogs on a Budget

In this weeks episode I discuss some money saving options for those interested in keeping frogs on a budget. To support the show by becoming a Patron, for a 10% listener discount off In Situ Ecosystems Vivariums, for AmphibiCast Merch, and to support Panamanian Amphibian Conservation click

Discovering Forestry

Discovering Forestry

The Bentley of First Aid with Matt McCarty, North American Rescue

Joe & Korey sit down with Matt McCarty, Manufacturer’s Representative for North American Rescue. The products North American Rescue develop have a critical and defined mission... each is an innovative lifesaving solution to the unique challenges that arise during casualty care in difficult to manage situations and environments.
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Hosted by: Joe Aiken & Korey Lofy
Produced by: Cara Markiewicz
Artwork by: Cara Markiewicz

Chameleon Academy Podcast

Bill Strand

Chameleon Eye Issues

A chameleon’s eyes are one of the most obvious ways of telling when something is off with our chameleon. Today I go over the most common chameleon eye issues and how to figure out what the problem may be

Nature Evolutionaries

Organization of Nature Evolutionaries

Many of us feel a need to be in closer connection with nature, our land, and with all beings. The Nature Evolutionaries podcast series, hosted by the Organization of Nature Evolutionaries (ONE) is a consciousness-raising exploration of what it means to be in co-creative partnership with the living Earth. Join us each month as we interview leading Nature Evolutionaries, inspiring individuals who hold a profound relationship with Nature, as they share their experiences and wisdom. Humanity and the Planet have come together in ONE voice~ to delve into the realms of the wild, our oceans, forests & gardens, sacred earth activism, ecology, spirituality, nature intelligence, poetry, storytelling, and more.

The Wildland Podcast

The Wildland Podcast

Intimate and real conversations about rewilding, land ethics, regeneration, and conservation.

Projects for Wildlife Podcast

Alicia Amerson

Episode 077 - The Triple Constraint and Project Manager Training

Show notes for this episode: WHERE TO FIND US: Facebook: Instagram: In The Field: SPEAK UP FOR BLUE network: Check out the Shows on the Speak Up For Blue Network: Blue Facebook Group: Check out the new Speak Up For The Ocean Blue Podcast App: Speak Up For Blue Apple Podcasts: Spotify: Marine Conservation Happy Hour Apple Podcasts: htt

The Vets Unleashed

The Vets Unleashed

A Podcast For Animal Lovers! Cocktails! Snacks! And crossing the unprofessional line. Animal Professionals and animal lovers discuss the wild kingdom - after hours.

Indigenous Earth Community Podcast

Frank Oscar Weaver

“The Whale Child” an Indigenous story of environmental stewardship written by Chenoa Egawa and Keith Egawa

We all know that the timeless Indigenous value of environmental stewardship is needed now more than ever and that we must all stand up on behalf of Mother Earth! 
I had a very good conversation with Indigenous authors Keith Egawa and Chenoa Egawa, about their book “The Whale Child” where they tell a story of the existing environmental issues with a message of hope, education, sharing, and action. 
If you are searching for an Indigenous story that can bring the complex topic of climate change to an younger audience in a warm and hopeful way, you are going to love to hear about “The Whale Child” and about the authors, who have spend their lives bringing positive change to their communities. 
Get a copy of the book and connect with the authors here:
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Arizona State Parks and Trails Podcast

Neil Large, Elisabeth Haugan

Outdoor Accessibility with Ability 360

The outdoors are for everyone, and on this episode, we talk with Kaitlyn Verfuerth and Laurie Singer about outdoor recreation accessibility. Kaitlyn and Laurie are are leading advocates for people of all abilities, and through their work with Ability 360, are making a noticeable impact within the community. Check out their program 360Outdoors program in action!We wanted to share Ability 360's work after speaking with their group on Arizona State Parks & Trails' Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP). This plan is created every five years, after collecting data from the SCORP survey to recommend funding priorities and actions to improve and maintain Arizona’s outdoor recreation opportunities. Basically, where should land managers spend money to make outdoor recreation better for everyone? SCORP involvement for our agency also means working with diverse partners like Ability 360 and other special interest gr

The Wandering Naturalist

Three Rivers Park District

Explore the history and present of over 27,000 acres of park land inside Minnesota's Hennepin County and surrounding areas. Hosts Angela (wildlife biologist) and Brandon (interpretive naturalist) guide you through this suburban wilderness managed by the Three Rivers Park District.

Cryptids Of The Corn

justin england

Welcome to Cryptids of the Corn! We are a couple of buddies with a shared interest in the cryptozoological, paranormal and the plain strange. We focus on the Midwest and the Appalachia regions of the U.S and venture out of those borders. We cover big cryptids, one off cryptids, some big questions on the subjects of the strange, interviews with eyewitnesses and a little bit of a science lesson. We invite you on this journey with us thru this strange, wonderful world of ours. Find us on Facebook and other social media or email us at Find us where you listen to podcasts.

Forever California

California Botanic Garden

Diversity in the Plant Sciences

#BlackBotanistsWeek, a campaign first organized in July 2020 to "promote, encourage, create a safe space for, and find more Black people (and BIPOC) who love plants!," sparked a nation-wide dialogue on the vital and ongoing need to make the plant sciences more inclusive, accessible and diverse. Black people (and BIPOC) have faced systemic racism in related professions, in addition to plaguing discrimination that haunts people of color outdoors and in the field - such as the incident that happened to Audubon Board Member Christian Cooper in New York's Central Park. On this episode of Forever California, we hand the mic to Naomi Fraga, PhD, Director of Conservation Programs at California Botanic Garden, as she stewards a panel discussion on diversity in the plant sciences. Joining Naomi are scientists, activists, professors and community leaders who share their experiences discovering botany and moving the needle forward for inclu

NW Fish Passage

Annika Fain

Annika Fain, a hydrologist and owner of Fain Environmental, hosts NW Fish Passage podcast. She interviews people who are passionate about working collaboratively to improve the environment for fish, people, and other animals. Her guests bring unique perspectives to their experiences with ecosystem restoration.

Wild Connection: The Podcast

Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Verdolin

Often we forget that we human beings are animals. Wild Connection, The Podcast is where Dr. Jennifer Verdolin investigates our similarities and differences with other animals, what we can learn, and how we can reconnect, not just with ourselves and each other, but with nature to improve our lives.


RTÉ lyric fm

Naturefile is a celebratory journey to the lesser-known realms of nature in Ireland with Anja Murray. With surprising stories uncovered each week, about everything from lichens to trees, Swallows to Sea Eagles, starfish and turtles, there are elements of science, history and folklore.

Into The Wild

Ryan Dalton

The State of Nature with Dr George McGavin

I often think to myself, "nature was in such a better way when I was a kid", which is likely not untrue however, was it great? Was it healthy? Was it rich? Or was it just better than it is now? All these questions fill my head so on today's episode, I decided to talk about just that with my guest, entomologist, zoologist & presenter, Dr George McGavin.
George has a wealth of knowledge & experience in natural science & is also a man that could answer the very questions I have been pondering over about the state of nature in the UK for a while. Moments of heavy in this episode but we get down to where we think we have gone wrong & gone right for restoring nature & protecting this wonderful planet for future generations.
If you'd like to keep up to date with George then you can follow him on social media @GeorgeMcGavin
To follow us on social media visit @intothewildpod for Twitter & @intothewildpodcast for Inst

Inevitable Change✨

Inevitable Change

Nature Connection: Art, Land Access & Gardening ꩜

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Paris Ville Nature

France Télévisions

Une série de podcasts sur la nature dans les rues, parcs et jardins de Paris. Six épisodes sur les oiseaux , les animaux, les insectes, les arbres, les plantes sauvages, la vie aquatique, les lieux favorables au développement de la biodiversité, pour découvrir les richesses naturelles de la capitale et agir pour un Paris plus nature. Une coproduction Seppia & France Télévisions

Respect the Beef

Respect the Beef

Respect the Beef with WKH Ranch: Beef belongs and cows are not your enemy. A journey to support the LOCAL food movement, focusing on grass fed beef, pasture raised livestock, regenerative agriculture and sustainable ranching and how this is THE BEST for both our health and the environment.


Bat Conservation Trust

Knepp Rewilding Estate

Hidden amongst the boughs of an Oak tree, Steve & his guests look down over the Knepp Castle Rewilding Estate; former farmland which has been allowed to return to nature by the owners Isabella Tree & Charlie Burrell. In this episode, as the sun sets the light turns golden. Below us red deer begin to bellow at the start of the rutting season, a green woodpecker calls out from amongst the tussocky grassland and bats begin to flit about the Oak canopy they're stood in. Our guests in this final episode of season 3 are Ryan Greaves and Stephanie Murphy. Ryan tells us more about the Estate and Steph explains how bat surveys have evolved over the years.Follow Ryan and Steph on InstagramFollow Knepp on twitter and InstagramFind out more about the greater horseshoes in SussexGet more audio from Knepp by having a listen to their podcastGet the history of the Knepp Rewilding project hereThe bestselling book Wilding by Isabella Tree can be bought here

Environmental Studies and Sciences

Chris Parsons

Environmental Studies and Sciences is a podcast covering some of the latest research on environmental issues and hot topics in the environmental field, with leading academics and upcoming environmental researchers. Episodes 1-17 are sponsored by the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.

Words on Wood

AHEC Europe

Special episode: Kinetic Furniture - with Benedetta Tagliabue

To celebrate the launch of Perpetuum Mobile, and the return of Milan Design Week, host Oli Stratford speaks to Benedetta Tagliabue, the director and head architect of the international firm Benedetta Tagliabue - EMBT Architects. Showing as part of the INTERNI Design Re-Generation exhibition event at the Università degli Studi of Milan, Perpetuum Mobile – The Dancing Furniture of Enric Miralles & Benedetta Tagliabue’s home, brings together recreations of nine of the furniture pieces and objects that the architect designed alongside his partner Benedetta Tagliabue for their home in Barcelona, Spain. The exhibition includes tables, seating and shelving designed between 1992 and 1999, and reproduced in sustainable American hardwoods, but never put into commercial production. Although each piece is unique, they all demonstrate Miralles’ vision of the ‘house in motion’ – a domestic space in which each piece of furn

Biodynamic Guild

International Biodynamic Guild

The International Biodynamic Guild Podcast

Reptile Fight Club

MPR Network

Reptile Fight Club battles Ben Morrill of Rare Genetics, Inc.

In this episode, Justin and Chuck tackle the topic of reptile influencers with Ben Morrill of Rare Genetics, Inc.Who will win? You decide. Reptile Fight Club!Follow Justin Julander @Australian Addiction Reptiles-http://www.australianaddiction.comFollow Chuck Poland  on IG @ChuckNorriswinsFollow MPR Network on:FB: ways to support the shows.Swag store:

Lil Dudes Insect Academy

Bradon Coy

Lil Dudes Insect Academy was created by me and is ran by me! If you don’t know who I am, “Nice to meet you! I’m Bradon”. My passion is to learn more about bugs and teach others about them! In my Podcasts, we will be talking about everything bug-related! From the best places to visit to putting them in your salad, we will just talk bugs! I will also be interviewing some professional Entomologists! Hope you stick around!

Sipping Teas and Hugging Trees

High Garden

Ever wanted to feel more at home when outside or long for a larger community? Join us, Joel and Leah Larabell {creators of High Garden Tea}, as we have lighthearted conversations about different neighbors in nature and how we can welcome them into our daily lives. We are missing out on a huge part of our family, and it’s time we get to know them a little better- the Wildlings. Each plant, animal, fungi and piece of our natural world that we better understand, the more we can bring the outdoors into our home and feel at home when outdoors. We'll be teaching herbalism, talking wild foods, meeting animals, sharing nature connection, ecotherapy and forest conservation tips, all the while sipping on tea and inviting you in for a cup . So be warned, this may lead to chronic actual tree hugging.

Student of the Serpent

MPR Network

We are going to dive deep and try to get a better understanding of how these reptiles have adapted to survive in some of the harshest environments on earth. We hope that this window into their world will give you a better understanding of what makes them tick and afford you the knowledge to give them a better life in captivity.

Amazing Wildlife

Amazing Wildlife

Manta Rays | Sperm Whale | Giant Squid

Explore the open ocean and learn about the graceful giants - the Manta Rays, the powerful deep-diving Sperm Whale and the mysterious creature from the darkest depths of the ocean - the Giant Squid. Encounter behemoths of the deep on Episode #37.

Show notes available here.

Choses à Savoir PLANETE

Choses à Savoir

Les bienfaits de l'école dans les bois ?

Dans certains pays d'Europe, la classe se fait partiellement en forêt depuis des décennies. La France, longtemps restée à l'écart du mouvement, réfléchit désormais à délocaliser une partie de l'enseignement en plein air.
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Bred to Perfection

Kenny Troiano

Ep123 - Purity of Blood and the Curse of Father Time - Part 3

Join Kenny Troiano and Frank Bradley, as they discuss Purity of Blood, and the Curse of Father Time. Last week we talked about what it takes to Perfect a Strain. This time we’re going to talk about how long it takes to create your strain. This topic can be controversial, and some say that breeding to create a pure strain is a myth. However, we will show you that not only is it not a myth, but it’s very possible. This is a show you do not want to miss!   We specialize in gamefowl breeding, chicken breeding, and breeding related topics. This includes the use of proper breeding programs and proper selection practices. It is our mission to provide our followers and members a greater understanding of poultry genetics, poultry health care and disease prevention, and how to improve the production and performance ability of their fowl. If you are interested in creating a strain, or improving your established strain, you a

Wildlife and Photography

M & J Bloomfield

If you’d like to learn a little more about the natural world and how to take better pictures? This is the podcast for you. These podcasts are about inspiring a passion for wildlife. Explaining taking incredible pictures isn’t that difficult. We’re Mark and Jacky Bloomfield, and we take photos of the natural world for a living. We want to help people understand, enjoy and learn about the things we are passionate about, wildlife and photography.

De cause à effets, le magazine de l'environnement

France Culture

Place aux débats majeurs en matière d'environnement : expériences, recherches, solutions émergentes à côté de chez nous ou au bout du monde, en compagnie de chercheurs, décideurs et citoyens. Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.

The Sweaty Penguin

Ethan Brown

88. Seahorses

Known for their monogamous relationships and male pregnancies, the seahorse was the Ocean Conservancy’s 2019 Father of the Year. But due to fishing for traditional medicine, curios, and aquariums, the ocean’s superdad is under threat, and climate change only stands to make matters worse. Today, we explore why seahorses are important, what factors have driven steep population declines in several seahorse species, and where we go from here. With special guest Dr. Sarah Krejci: Assistant Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Bethune-Cookman University.
The Sweaty Penguin is presented by Peril and Promise: a public media initiative from The WNET Group in New York, reporting on the issues and solutions around climate change. You can learn more at
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Le HuffPost

Quel est le candidat le plus honnête sur la catastrophe écologique à venir?

Dimanche 10 avril, c'est le premier tour de l'élection présidentielle: impossible pour votre podcast préféré de faire l'impasse sur ce rendez-vous. Plutôt que décortiquer les programmes au chapitre de l'environnement, et si l'on cherchait le ou lesquels ont le discours le plus clair sur les bouleversements à venir? En clair, quels candidats, et surtout quels courants de pensée parmi eux, abordent pour les cinq années à venir la catastrophe environnementale qui s' les moyens de s'y adapter?La réponse se trouve dans ce nouvel épisode de L'Enver(t) du décor, le podcast environnement du service sciences du HuffPost. Voir pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Relaxing Music For Sleep And Stress Relief

AK Entertainments

Elangathu Veesudhe Female Cover Version I Pidhamagan Ilayaraja Instrumental Melodies Relaxing Music

Elangathu Veesudhe Female Cover Version I Pidhamagan Ilayaraja Instrumental Melodies Relaxing Music


Matt Testoni

Episode 31: Polar Bears with Drew Hamilton

In this episode of the Seacreatures Podcast Matt chats to Polar Bear guide Drew Hamilton all about, you guessed it, Polar Bears. Drew talks about what its like seeing these animals along with some of their amazing behaviours, plus a whole bunch more. Check out Drew's photography on Instagram his website out Dan Musil (our theme composer) out Matt Testoni's photography on Instagram athttps://www.mtunderwatermedia.comVisit the Seacreatures Podcast Patreon to support our show our Instagram  Support the show (

The Sustainable Planet Podcast

The Sustainable Planet Project

The Sustainable Planet Podcast focuses on youth centered conversations about sustainability and our personal experiences as teenagers and members of the environmental community. We wanted to give a youth perspective on global issues and create a space where we can have open conversations and inspire others to have similar discussions.

Chesapeake Uncharted

Chesapeake Bay Journal

The story of America’s largest estuary, its vibrant ecosystem and the people who rely on its health. Season 1 explores how climate change is already reshaping the landscape, communities and attitudes.

Elements of Nature: How Natural Forces Shape Human Health

Dr. Aruni Bhatnagar

"Elements of Nature: How Natural Forces Shape Human Health” is a monthly podcast series about how nature influence our health and wellness, and affects our flourishing. Each episode is focused on an element of nature – earth, water, wind, fire, thunder, ice, force, time, flower, trees, shadow, light and moon – and how they regulate the rhythms of our lives and enhance wellness, health, and resilience. We discuss how sleep and sunlight regulate our mood and fitness, how air pollution of natural domains impairs our health and increases our the risk of chronic disease, and how green spaces and vegetation affect our moods, attention, and immunity. We will explore the many and sometimes magical mysterious nuances of nature and learn how, if we pay attention to nature, we can all live a more healthy and harmonious life. Each month we talk to an accomplished scientist, a professor, or a renowned author with expertise in studying the relationship of each element of nature with human health and wellness.

Breaking Green

Global Justice Ecology Project / Host Steve Taylor

Remembering Civil Rights Attorney Dennis Cunningham and Judi Bari bombing with Karen Pickett

On March 6th, Famed Civil Rights Lawyer, Dennis Cunningham died of cancer. He was 86. In his long and varied career Cunningham successfully represented Attica Prison Inmates, members of the Black Panthers. He also represented Earth First! organizers Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney in a case they won against the FBI and Oakland police for violation of their civil rights when they were arrested after a car they were traveling in had a bomb detonate under the passenger seat nearly killing Bari. Despite having numerous death threats against them Bari and Cherney were named as suspects in their own bombing. They were never charged, and a jury awarded them 4.4 million dollars in a 2002 for the violation of their civil rights. On this episode of Breaking Green we will talk with Karen Pickett. Pickett has been a grassroots activist for over 40 years. She has focused on forest and habitat preser


Leah Churner

Horticulturati: Pocket Prairies with John Hart Asher

We sat down at the picnic table with John Hart Asher, host of Central Texas Gardener and Cofounder/Senior Environmental Designer at Blackland Collaborative to talk about pocket prairies. What’s a pocket prairie? It’s a very small prairie. What’s a prairie? It’s a community of native grasses and forbs wildflowers that have evolved along with microbes, plants, and animals over millennia. This "disturbance-driven ecology" historically relied on periodic fire and low-frequency, high-intensity grazing to function. John Hart sees the "millions-year-old technology" of the American prairie as a replicable system that we can borrow in our own yards to sequester carbon, manage stormwater runoff, and support the essential interconnections between life forms that make up the food-soil web. As Douglas Tallamy writes in his book Nature's Best Hope, "If each American landowner made it a goal to convert half of h

The David Bernard Podcast

David Bernard WVUE Fox 8

The David Bernard podcast brought to you by your Weather Authority, WVUE Fox 8.

Girls Who Chase: Stories of Women in Weather & Storm Chasing

Girls Who Chase

Girls Who Chase is a new initiative to elevate the content and voices of female and female-identified storm chasers. We empower and inspire girls & women globally to pursue the sciences, the weather and their passions. For more information, please check out

Call Of The Wild


BONUS - Fearne Cotton

“I think community is a big part of it. With any issue going on in the planet, if you can find people that share your concerns but also your hope, then what a beautiful, dynamic, amazing transaction.”  

From stargazing by the sea to the benefits of barefoot walking, broadcaster and writer Fearne Cotton joins Cel Spellman to discuss managing eco-anxiety and more in this bonus episode of Call of the Wild. 

The Wild is calling. It’s time to act.   

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The Wildlife Experience

Andrew Austin

The goal of this podcast is to have down-to-earth conversations with people interested in wildlife. This may include biologists, naturalists, conservationists, hobbyists, hunters, fishermen, and any other outdoors folks. With any luck, this will lead to meaningful discussions and a greater sense of unity among all the different wildlife and outdoors groups. Follow the Instagram page @the_wildlife_experience and my personal page @thetexasnaturalist for updates. Instagram is also a good way to reach me if you have comments or are interested in coming on to the podcast.

The Caffeinated Backpacker

Josh Ebersole

This podcast is geared towards those who love talking about backpacking and hiking while sipping on a delicious cup of coffee. We will break down backpacking trips and discuss the nitty gritty exciting and scary moments on the trail. If you love nature, coffee and talking about both of those, then this podcast is right for you. Our goal is to give you something to listen to while driving to work or cooking dinner.

Safari Stories

Jomi Krobb and Hadley Pierce

Episode 33: Walks of Life Art with Cannon Winkler

Jomi chats with Cannon Winkler about his Walks of Life art, a series of paintings inspired by his time in the African bush. Cannon uses direct moulds and castes of tracks which he paints onto canvas to create his paintings. A portion of proceeds from selling the paintings are donated to African Parks. We talk about what Cannon enjoyed about his time in the bush, what distinguishes his paintings and why we both find African Parks such a worthy cause to donate to.

Restoration Roundup

Watershed Forestry Partnership

Alison Adams, the Watershed Forestry Coordinator with University of Vermont Extension, and Liz Woodhull, an undergraduate student at University of Vermont, explore questions and topics related to riparian forests in Vermont. Each episode features an interview with a guest discussing threats to riparian forests, restoration best practices, first-hand experiences of restoration projects, and more.

Environmentality. with Dr. Brendon Anthony

Dr. Brendon Anthony

A podcast for environmental news, brief lectures and interviews with the experts. Learn about what is happening in the environment today, why it matters and how its relevant to your day-to-day life. Hosted by Dr. Brendon Anthony, an environmental science professor, sustainable agriculture non-profit CEO and plant scientist. Cover Artwork: Kendall Spathas, Intro Music: Ketsa - Day Trips

Have You Herd About Animals?

Tyler and Sam

Tyler and Sam bring a fun and diverse range to the topics of animals, with witty puns and fun antics. Hop on in with us and with your kids into the diverse world of animals. This podcast is appropriate for all ages and will ALWAYS remain kid friendly for the purpose of educating our future generations of Animal Activists.

Nature News from RSPB Scotland

RSPB Scotland

Keep up to date with what's going on in nature. Hosts Stephen Magee and Kate Kirkwood will have the latest news on wildlife, policy and what's going on on RSPB Scotland's amazing reserves. Get in touch @RSPBScotland on Twitter or

Green Pulse

The Straits Times

S1E79: Plugging Asia’s sustainability investment gap

Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change.

The world is now in the midst of the great green transition. Countries are looking for ways to reduce their emissions, and grow their economies in a way that will not harm the environment. But according to the Asian Development Bank, developing economies in Asia are finding it difficult to finance a green, inclusive recovery.  

In this episode, The Straits Times’ environment correspondent Audrey Tan and climate change editor David Fogarty discuss the sustainability investment gap in Asia, and how to narrow it, with Ms Valerie Kwan, who oversees corporate and investor initiatives at the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change (AIGCC).

Highlights (click/tap above):

01:31 The current investment gap in Asia 


Nature Insight: Speed Dating with the Future


Making the Invisible Visible: Nature and the Economy

Nature, through Earth systems, provides almost all the vital infrastructure that we need to live, work and thrive. Even business health depends on a healthy planet. In this episode, Rob talks to Professor Steve Polasky and Delphine Gluzman to better understand the links between nature and the economy, as well as how we can align our economic activity with nature. Steve is Professor of Ecological/Environmental Economics at the University of Minnesota, and has studied the links between nature and the economy for the past 30 years. Delphine is in charge of the environment section at the BNP Paribas Foundation, which currently aims to mobilize three billion euros in financing for the protection of biodiversity.

To find out more about IPBES, head to or follow us on social media @IPBES.

Growing Wild

Charlotte Petts

Sneaking through the tent flap - with Raynor Winn

In the last of this mini series of catch up interviews, Charlotte speaks to author of The Salt Path, Raynor Winn. They discuss how we adjust from macro living to the micro, and why people who sneak through the back of tents of talks at festivals are probably the best kind of people.

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Positive Mind Energy

Melissa Bitton

Get More Energy With These Three Methods

What is in your mind, is what will project in your future. In order to change your thinking or life for that matter, you have to listen or read well positive.

What I do all day

Kathy Lichtendahl

When Kathy Lichtendahl and her husband, Ken, moved to a remote part of Wyoming in the early 1990's, the most common question from friends and family was "What do you DO all day?" With approximately 80% of the U.S. population residing in or near a city, many citizens find it hard to imagine a life spent in a wild area of the country's least populated state. Wyoming contains some of the largest uninhabited landscapes of the lower 48 and provides unique access to wildlife and terrain that many Americans never get to experience. Surrounded by the natural world, Kathy explores our human connection to the environment and discusses why that bond is even more important in a fast-changing world.

Inside Out & About

Friends of the Chicago River

Join Friends of the Chicago River on a journey along the Chicago River system for an exploration of our river, natural areas, local wildlife and history, and meet people locally and nationally who are helping bring these amazing places to life. Complemented by programming which can be found on Friends’ website at, Inside, Out & About includes a myriad of experiences, art, music, interviews, tours, family activities at home and outside— and we hope it will inspire your sense of adventure and provide hours of entertainment and interesting information presented in English and Spanish. Studies show that being outside in nature is good for our health—and we hope Inside Out 7 About will inspire you to get outdoors.