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    The Science of Birds is a lighthearted exploration of bird biology. It's a fun resource for any birder or naturalist who wants to learn more about ornithology. Impress your birding friends at cocktail parties with all of your new bird knowledge! Hosted by Ivan Phillipsen, a passionate naturalist with a PhD in Zoology.

    BirdsNatureScience
    169 Ratings

    Join us, Ellen and Christian Weatherford, while we review your favorite species of animals and rate them out of ten in the categories of effectiveness, ingenuity and aesthetics.More information can be found at justthezooofus.com 😊Got a species you want us to review? Submit your animal friend to us at [email protected] and when we review your animal we'll give you a shoutout! 😊Cover art by Mrs. Brainbow (Taylor Gordon-Wood). Theme music by Louie Zong.

    ScienceNatural SciencesNature
    36 Ratings

    Songbirding takes you on an auditory journey through the songs of birds. Recorded entirely outdoors, a variety of songbird species from the Great Lakes region of North America are featured. Each episode provides listeners with a unique and immersive experience, as they listen to the beautiful melodies and calls of different birds in their natural habitats.Along with the sounds, birding guide Rob Porter shares interesting facts and insights about the birds, providing a deeper understanding of their behaviour and significance in the ecosystems they inhabit.Twice nominated as best Science Podcast in the Canadian Podcast Awards.Season 1, "The Bruce Peninsula" was recorded in July of 2019, in various locales of the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario.Season 2, "Midsummer" was recorded in July and August of 2019, in Hamilton, Waterloo, and Cambridge.Season 3, "Spring of Solitude" was recorded in spring of 2020, in the Hamilton, the Niagara Region, and Norfolk County.Season 4, "On Territory" was recorded throughout 2020 & 2021, in various places in Ontario.Season 5, “In The Quietude” was recorded in 2021 through 2023 in Bruce Peninsula National Park.Season 6, "Allegheny National Forest" was recorded in 2022 through 2024 in Allegheny National Forest and surrounding areas in Pennsylvania and New York states.Season 7 is forthcoming and was/is being recorded in Kananaskis Country, Alberta in 2023 through 2025.For those with high-frequency hearing loss, please search for "Songbirding Under 5kHz"CreditsRecorded, engineered, narrated and created by Rob Porter.Cover art by Lauren Helton - https://tinylongwing.carbonmade.com/Support the show at https://songbirding.com/support

    BirdsNatureScience
    11 Ratings

    This podcast explores various wildlife species and their conservation through the lenses of environmental, cultural, and economic value. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-nagging-naturalist/support

    WildlifeEducationScience
    7 Ratings

    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

    District of Conservation is a podcast highlighting the incredible conservationists who thrive and survive deep in or around "The Swamp." These are the policymakers, storytellers, trailblazers, and hardworking folks who go unnoticed but shape this region—whether they live or work here. In addition to guests, the podcast will also cover difficult and even controversial conservation public policy matters and news. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/district-of-conservation/support

    SportsRecreationWildlife
    2 Ratings

    The science of animal health is ever-changing, and veterinarians need cutting-edge research information to give their patients the best possible care. Each month, join Dr. Kelly Diehl, Scientific Adviser at Morris Animal Foundation, as she interviews Foundation-funded researchers and discusses the clinical implications of their work. Whether you’re a practicing veterinarian, technician or student, or just an animal-loving science geek, Fresh Scoop is the podcast for you. Learn more at morrisanimalfoundation.org.

    ScienceMedicineNatural Sciences
    2 Ratings

    The only outdoors, wildlife, animals, and wilderness podcast with a heavy schmackeling of comedy! Featuring Forrest Galante, Peter Fitzer, and Patrick DeLuca.Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/wildtimespod/subscribe

    ComedyScienceWildlife
    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 award-winning WCS Wild Audio podcast, where you will find reported audio stories covering the latest news and newsmakers from the Wildlife Conservation Society's global conservation program, zoos and aquarium, and their many conservation partners. www.wcs.org/wcs-wild-audio Executive Producer, Co-Host, Reporter: Nat MossAssociate Producer, Co-Host, Reporter: Hannah KaplanWeb Producer, Co-Host, Reporter: Dan RosenFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/WCSWildAudioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wcswildaudio/X: https://twitter.com/WCSWildAudioThreads: https://www.threads.net/@wcswildaudio

    ScienceNatureWildlife
    1 Rating

    Naturally Florida is a podcast about Florida's natural areas and the wild things that live here. Naturally Florida's hosts, Shannon Carnevale and Lara Milligan, bring over 25 years of experience in natural resources and conservation to Naturally Florida. Listeners will learn about Florida wildlife, local ecosystems, and conservation issues in the Sunshine State. If you love learning about nature but need to learn on-the-go, this podcast is for you. This podcast is brought to you by UF/IFAS Extension's Natural Resources programs in Polk and Pinellas Counties.

    ScienceNatureWildlife
    1 Rating

    Podcasts, Shortcasts, and Interviews from environmental and animal welfare campaigners Charlie Moores and Dominic Dyer.

    NatureWildlifeAnimal Welfare
    1 Rating

    A podcast all about birds. Two bird experts, John Bates and Shannon Hackett, educate two amateur birders on all things bird related. With access to one of the largest bird collections in the United States, the hosts dive into exotic, rare, extinct, and also common birds. For experienced birders to people who are brand new to birding, this podcast is for anyone who has ever been interested in birds!

    ScienceNatureBirds
    1 Rating

    Fun fact: the Earth's about to explode. So we've launched The New Ark podcast to pick which animals to save, sailing through space to find Earth 2.0. New episodes each Friday. Follow along @newarkhives to leave your votes. All complaints in white ink. No refunds or returns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    NatureScienceEnvironmentalism
    1 Rating

    Dive into the enchanting world of backyard biodiversity with 'The Backyard Naturalists' podcast. Whether you're a nature novice or an experienced enthusiast, our show is your gateway to the wonders of your own outdoor space.Join us on a journey that celebrates the beauty of your backyard as we explore a wide array of captivating topics. Learn how to transform your little piece of nature into a haven for local wildlife, and discover the joy of citizen science by taking part in events like the Great Backyard Bird Count.We'll guide you in harnessing the power of native plants to create a thriving ecosystem right at home, uncover which serpentine residents share your area, and reveal the secrets of attracting specific bird species to your garden. Delve into the world of raptors, both common and rare, inhabiting the Greater Charlotte region, and track the mesmerizing spectacle of spring and fall bird migrations.But that's not all; we'll also introduce you to the world of plants that enchant butterflies, and so much more. Join us in unlocking the hidden treasures within your very own backyard and nurturing a deeper connection with the natural world.

    WildlifeNature
    0 Ratings

    Wildlife Weirdos is a podcast about animals! I try to find out all the cool, weird, and interesting things about animals and tell you all about what I found!

    EducationWildlifeNature
    0 Ratings

    Because of a large variety of habitats, Grannis Island has a diverse population of birds. Dr. Celia Lewis will be our guide as we quietly make our way out to the island. She will explain how birds play and important role in the health of the Grannis Island ecosystem. Lucian Bouffard will tell us how some species of birds were introduced. The Quinnipiac Medicine Man, Fox Running, will talk about the birds that once lived on the island.

    WildlifeEcosystemNature
    0 Ratings

    On Wildlife takes you on a journey into the shocking world of animals. Your host, Alex Re is here to teach you everything you've ever wanted to know about your favorite animals. Let us bring the wild to you on the first Wednesday of every month. 🐍🐅🐋

    ScienceNatureEducation
    0 Ratings

    Join host, John Fraley, in an exploration of fun aspects of the natural world: interesting bird and wildlife species, other fauna, and flora, much of which we can find on the FVCC Campus. The podcast features interviews with naturalists and wildlife professionals and students doing interesting projects, as well as funny and unusual aspects of nature and wildlife management. Listeners can learn about nature in their own backyard (or campus). John's experience includes hosting a wildlife and nature radio show for more than 20 years on local radio stations KJJR and KALS.

    ScienceNatureWildlife
    0 Ratings
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