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    We will discuss the wildlife of the UK / Britain. Each episode will will cover what wildlife stuff we have been up to, UK wildlife in the news and cover other topics of interest

    ScienceNatureNatural Sciences
    2 Ratings

    Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist, actor and Woodland Trust & Wildlife Trusts ambassador David Oakes, for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the beauty of the natural world and how it inspires us as human beings. All episodes available at: https://www.treesacrowd.fm/ Why not become a "Subscription Squirrel" on our Patreon, and help support the production of this podcast? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    ScienceNatureArts
    2 Ratings

    Nature Guys connects you to the exciting natural world right in your own neighborhood. These nature connections will help you be cool, calm, collected and ready to make a positive difference in the world. Nature Guys is hosted by Bob a long time nature lover.

    ScienceNatureEducation
    2 Ratings

    A show about the joy of birds and the ways that humans can help them through simple, everyday actions.

    ScienceNatureEducation
    2 Ratings

    Love the wacky, wonderful world of wildlife? This is the podcast for you! In each episode, hosts Cassie and Koreena take you on a deep-dive on a different animal, sharing information and a love of critters big and small. Listen with the whole family as we learn about animals from leopard geckos to goblin sharks, and axolotls to meerkats! We combine science, nature, and research with a light-hearted comedy into a show that is fun for all.

    KidsFamilyPets
    2 Ratings

    We need to talk about the outdoors. Not just the epic stories, but the important news, the big events and the social issues that permeate the whole of the outdoors. On The Outside is for everyone who spends their leisure time outdoors in the UK. It helps you engage in the wider outdoor community through the conversations of our diverse panel. We are enthusiasts and experts from a range of outdoors activities, and we're talking about the news stories that matter to us - from specific sports news, to headline stories about our countryside, and the viral posts that capture outdoors culture - all in a jargon and judgement free way! On The Outside is part of the Tremula Network.

    SportsSocietyNature
    2 Ratings

    Do you want to know how to grow plants and get the best out of your outdoor space? Do you find traditional gardening media baffling and/or boring? Then you’re in the right place, because the Roots and All podcast is here to dig deep into how to create a successful garden.If you want honest information and insider knowledge about how to get results, join irreverent horticulturist Sarah Wilson as she chats to the best people from the world of plants and gardens. Sarah is on a mission to help you create your own beautiful green environment, with a focus on saving resources and working with nature.Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast to make sure you don’t miss an episode.

    HomeGardenHobbies
    2 Ratings

    Inspiration to help you garden the organic way, with advice, tips and interviews from the UK's leading organic gardening organisation, Garden Organic. Hosted by Fiona Taylor and Chris Collins.

    HomeGardenHobbies
    2 Ratings

    The Science Management Symbiosis Podcast is a weekly podcast that tackles relevant and important ecological topics by synthesizing peer-reviewing literature and discussing applications to management.

    ScienceNature
    2 Ratings

    Taking you into the field to discover the world of bat conservation. BatChat is for anyone who loves bats or has an interest in the conservation of these fascinating mammals and the wider bat conservation community. Ecologist and BCT Trustee Steve Roe takes you on-location, talking to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the latest from the world of bats. Series 5 is here with episodes released every other Wednesday and Series 6 is currently being recorded for release in autumn 2024. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.

    ScienceNatureNatural Sciences
    2 Ratings

    Join astronomer Dr Emily Brunsden and enthusiastic not-astronomer Dr Chris Stewart as they explore the universe.

    ScienceAstronomyPhysics
    2 Ratings

    Short, in-depth, plain talk discussions of all things honey bees, with Dr. Jim Tew

    HobbiesScienceNature
    2 Ratings

    Dive into the Depths: Join Andrew Lewin on 'How to Protect the Ocean' – Your Gateway to Exclusive Ocean Insights! Explore the latest, uncharted realms of ocean science and conservation that you won't find anywhere else. Andrew takes you on an inspiring journey to uncover the hidden gems of oceanic discovery and initiatives. Tune in to discover how you can transform your life for a better ocean, one episode at a time.The How To Protect The Ocean is your resource to keep you informed on the latest ocean news; teach you how to speak up for the ocean; and, how you can take action to live for a better ocean. There is so much information on the ocean and the issues that are affecting it that it can be difficult to find optimism in the future of the ocean. Climate change, overfishing, plastic pollution, water pollution, and coastal development have altered the ocean in ways that have negatively changed the way we use it. The repercussions of climate change, including the ominous specter of rising sea levels, the relentless march of warming ocean temperatures, and the ominous shadow of ocean acidification, have not only altered the very fabric of our coastlines but have also conjured fiercer storms and summoned floods with growing frequency. The fossil fuel industry may whisper in your ear that the situation is insurmountable, an inescapable fate. However, this podcast is here to unveil a different narrative, one that empowers you to take action. It illuminates the path to change by casting your vote for leaders committed to implementing climate-rescuing policies and by offering invaluable insights into how each of us can shrink our individual carbon footprint.The grim reality of overfishing casts a long shadow, fueled by governmental shortcomings in the stewardship of both commercial and recreational fisheries. Within the delicate balance of our oceans, every fish population possesses a threshold - a point at which the relentless harvest of fishermen begins to erode their numbers. The management of these aquatic resources is a formidable task, as the elusive currents of the sea often defy easy tracking. Furthermore, the menace of illegal, unregulated, and unreported (IUU) fishing looms large in many nations, adding to the crisis.Yet, a glimmer of hope shines through the depths. A beacon for responsible consumption emerges in the form of seafood programs, guiding conscientious individuals toward choices that safeguard our oceans. By heeding these programs, you not only savor the delights of sustainable seafood but also become an informed guardian of marine ecosystems.The relentless scourge of plastic pollution has unleashed an epidemic of death upon the denizens of our oceans. It's a ruthless killer, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of marine mammals, majestic sharks, grandiose fish, gentle sea turtles, and the graceful sea birds that soar above. The malevolence of this crisis knows no bounds, with microplastics infiltrating even the remotest depths of the ocean and etching their presence along every coastline.To mount a defense against this ecological cataclysm, the clarion call for action echoes on the international and national stages. It beckons governments far and wide to adopt resolute policies, wielding the power to outlaw the menace of single-use plastics and demanding the meticulous detoxification of our supply chains. In this grand battle to safeguard our seas, the fight against plastic pollution knows no borders.The ominous specter of water pollution looms large, a consequence of our thoughtless disposal into the arteries of our planet – our streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans. This callous act reverberates, sending shockwaves through the intricate ecosystems of our coastal havens, where the likes of coral reefs, resilient mangroves, and swaying seagrasses thrive. But alas, this intrusion is not benign; it bears the capacity to corrode and dismantle these vital sanctuaries, the very lifeblood of countless fish and the steadfast guardians of our vulnerable shorelines.Yet, amidst the unsettling tide of pollution, there emerges a ray of hope. Through individual resolve and visionary government policies harnessed with cutting-edge technology, we can stem this toxic deluge. Water treatment systems stand as stalwart guardians, armed with the ability to sift out the insidious nutrients that fuel destructive algal blooms. The power to heal our waters and preserve the sanctity of our coastal treasures lies within our grasp.Coastal development, driven by human desires to construct homes or fortify the shoreline against erosion, represents a significant intervention in the natural order. Yet, these changes, while initially confined to the coastal zone, often send ripple effects that extend far beyond their original boundaries, casting a shadow of unintended consequences.The repercussions of altering coastlines resonate through interconnected ecosystems, occasionally triggering a cascade of events that can inflict profound harm on distant areas. In doing so, this well-intentioned transformation can unwittingly imperil the lives and livelihoods of communities residing in the wake of its impact. It is a stark reminder that our actions along the coast carry a profound responsibility, not just to the immediate environment but to the greater web of life and society that depends upon it.

    ScienceNatureNatural Sciences
    2 Ratings

    Welcome to the Wildlife Observer Network! A wildlife focused media platform consisting of podcasts, videos, and articles. WON is an outgrowth of the friends, stories, and ideas that brought you the Urban Wildlife Podcast and has expanded to other shows such as: On the Wing Travel Cast, Brothers in Birding, On Word for Wildlife, Herping Aint Easy, and others! We hope you find it easy to listen, enjoy, and share. Officially launched in January 2020 based in Philadelphia PA USA,Send us a message! https://anchor.fm/wildlife-observer-network/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wildlife-observer-network/support

    EducationNatureNews Politics
    2 Ratings

    Nature, wildlife and countryside livingwith Chris Skinner from High Ash Farm.Join Norfolk farmer Chris Skinner and broadcaster Matthew Gudgin every Sunday morning as they talk nature, wildlife and countryside living. Enjoy walks and talks around High Ash Farm with Chris, and conversations between Chris and Matthew in the studio, answering your questions.New episode released every Sunday at 0700 GMTTo support and donate to the podcast: donorbox.org/countrysidepodcastFor updates, join the newsletter: soundyard.org/chris

    ScienceNatureHome
    2 Ratings

    How can we, humans, look at our relationship to nature differently? In season three of Going Wild, on top of stories about animals, we invite you to journey through the entire ecological web — from the tiniest of life forms to apex predators — alongside the scientists, activists and adventurers who study it. Wildlife biologist and host Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant has been studying wild animals in their natural habitats all over the world for years. Our award-winning podcast takes you inside the hidden world and action-packed adventures of Dr. Wynn-Grant and her colleagues doing important work tto protect the future of animal species and create safe spaces in which to study them. Explore more at www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/podcasts/going-wild/

    ScienceNatureNatural Sciences
    2 Ratings

    The Overview Effect is the cognitive shift astronauts experience when viewing Earth from space; where the way they see the world changes and they come back to Earth profoundly connected to nature and community. What would our world look like if we lived from the perspective of this ‘Overview Effect’? Join James Perrin as he speaks with influential thinkers, environmentalists, humanitarians, and businesspeople to explore some of the problems we currently face, and the opportunities and solutions to come from them. James builds upon his background as a chemical engineer who has been at the forefront of the good business/B-Corp movement in Australia, and as someone who has launched not-for-profit initiatives and given countless public talks on environmentalism and ethical business.

    SocietyCultureScience
    2 Ratings

    A podcast devoted to the wonderful world of fungi. Our eclectic show covers fungi in health & wellness, technology, science, culture and more. Welcome to the Mushroom Revival.

    ScienceNatural SciencesNature
    3 Ratings

    My Bigfoot Sighting is a straight to the point, no-nonsense podcast where Bigfoot eyewitnesses talk about their Bigfoot sightings. If you listen to our show, you won't hear an interviewer asking guests questions or interrupting them, because all you'll hear on our show is non-stop Bigfoot sightings and encounters.

    ScienceNature
    3 Ratings

    “Modest people, playing gorgeous music, speaking articulately about areas they love. Fabulously calming” – one listener’s description of this multi-award-winning podcast in which Matthew Bannister goes walking with top folk musicians in the landscapes that have inspired them. “A restorative breathing space in sound” – The Telegraph. “Immaculately produced” – The Times Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    MusicArtsPerforming Arts
    2 Ratings

    A Podcast about the natural world, things that people claim are part of the natural world, and things that used to be. With Trey the Explainer, and Miles Greb.

    ScienceNatural SciencesNature
    2 Ratings

    Have you ever wished you had birding friends you could happy hour with? Hannah does... In each episode, expect an interesting interview with an artist, or a professional, or maybe a naturalist - all of which are women who love birds. Also, in the spirit of a good happy hour, Hannah will come up with a different alcoholic concoction based on a bird mentioned in the interview. Check out Women Birders (Happy Hour) each month. And connect with me on Twitter (@WomenBirdersHH) or by email: [email protected].

    HobbiesScienceNature
    2 Ratings

    You don't need to be a scientist to enjoy biology and environmentalism. Listen to the Cliff's Edge each week for a casual chat about everything from evolution to climate change, with some off-beat humor tossed in. Bring your curiosity and become an armchair expert in scientific issues that affect our daily lives. The Cliff's Edge: Biology and environmentalism for the rest of us.

    ScienceNatural SciencesNature
    1 Rating

    Podcast donde encontrarás todo lo relacionado con la Fotografía de Naturaleza: Noticias, técnica, trucos y consejos, entrevistas, procesado, etc. Hablaremos de fotografía de fauna, fotografía de paisaje, macrofotografía, astrofotografía, fotografía de viajes… Como ves hay mucho que aprender y lo haremos de una forma amena y fácil. Coge tú cámara, entra y ponte cómodo.

    NaturePhotographyVisual Arts
    1 Rating

    Join us as we talk with gardeners, foragers, herbalists, chefs and community activists to explore the many ways that plants impact our cultures and cuisines, our history and our future.  Along the way, we'll also learn quite a bit about growing our own! The Seeds and Weeds Podcast is hosted by Bevin Cohen and brought to you by Small House Farm. Support the show: www.patreon.com/smallhousefarm

    HomeGardenHealth
    1 Rating

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