Wildlife

Chronic Wasting Disease (with Dr. Margaret Wild)

Dr. Margaret Wild is the former chief wildlife veterinarian for the National Park Service. She is currently a professor at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and has been chosen to lead research efforts into elk hoof disease through the Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology. She is well-known among wildlife biologists and researchers…

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A Chimp’s Life

(WITH DR. CRAIG STANFORD) Dr. Craig Stanford is an expert on animal behavior and human origins. He is a Professor of Biological Sciences and Anthropology at the University of Southern California and Director of USC’s Jane Goodall Research Center.  He extensively studied chimpanzees in Tanzania, in collaboration with Dr. Goodall. He has also studied chimpanzees…

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The Keiko Project

Robert Mendez is the producer and director of the Keiko Project, a documentary film currently in production that tells the full story of the real killer whale (Keiko) who starred in the block buster hit movie Free Willy. We discuss Keiko’s capture in Iceland, his years of suffering in the deplorable conditions of a marine…

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The Orca Whisperer (with Pierre Robert de Latour)

Today’s guest is Pierre Robert de Latour. He is the founder and president of the Under Water Soft Encounter Alliance (USEA), the president of Orques Sans Frontières, and author of the best seller “Frère des orques” (Glénat Edition). Pierre Robert De Latour is internationally known as “The Orca Whisperer” and has more than 6,200 dives with orcas! USEA also participates in scientific…

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Wild Stories

Rough toothed dolphin encounter with Michael DK The new segment for the All Things Wild podcast will feature cool and interesting encounters people have had with wildlife. Anyone is welcome to participate, reach out to me on the contact us form or Instagram and Facebook (links below). There is no better way to start out…

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OUR LAST CHANCE TO SAVE AN ORCA SOCIETY

A Bunch of Letters May Make the Difference The southern resident Orcas of the Pacific northwest need our help. This iconic and unique population of killer whales had their numbers drastically reduce in the 1960s and 1970s due to capture for marine parks. Marine parks have made an incredible amount of money from these captures,…

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The Blackfish (with Robin Baird)

Show Notes Open ocean species of dolphins and whales are some of the most poorly known mammals on our planet. The vastness of the ocean prevents much research from occurring. In Hawai’i, however, due to unique environmental factors, a team of scientists from the Cascadia Research Collective have accumulated the most knowledge of many of…

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Protecting Wolves and Bears (with Kristin Combs)

Protecting Bears and Wolves with Kristin Combs Episode 5: Show Notes. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the few intact ecosystems that still has its entire cohort of wildlife, but many of these species are under threat due to practices like trophy hunting. Wolves and grizzly bears are just a few of the animals…

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A Dolphin May Save Your Life With Maddalena Bearzi

Dolphins are hyper-intelligent animals. They are highly adaptable, can use tools, understand language, pass down traditions from one generation to the next, and are capable of self-recognition. These are just a few of the traits of the fascinating creatures that today’s guest, Maddalena Bearzi, has dedicated her life to studying and protecting. Maddalena has a…

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