Jul 1, 2022
In the series finale, MacKenzie Hall, a wildlife biologist from New Jersey Fish and Wildlife, shares her fascinating insights into New Jersey’s bat species, outlining the challenges they face and explaining why they are such good neighbors to humans. And in a farewell interview, Eric Stiles, now Emeritus President and...
Jun 1, 2022
Harvard University's Dr. Scott Edwards on evolution, his epic bicycle trip across the continental US, and what he learned about the people and wildlife he met along the way.
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May 1, 2022
Virginia Rose and Freya McGregor from Birdability on the challenges — and benefits — for people with disabilities while out in nature.
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Apr 1, 2022
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:
Mar 1, 2022
Professor Doug Tallamy discusses his Homegrown National Park movement, described as the largest co-operative conservation project ever attempted, which reimagines our backyards and community outdoor spaces as vital links in the web of life — and is growing a national park in the process. For more info, please...