• 01:11

    Wolf Conservation With Ronnie Strack

    in Education

    Join HTR for a special show on wolves . North American wolves are much needed predators and amazing animals. Ronnie Strack is a wildlife biologist working with North American wild canines. Tune in a find out how you can help.

  • 01:11

    Center of Snake Conservation with Cameron Young

    in Education

    Join HTR as we talk to Cameron Young of the Center of Snake Conservation. We will be talking about our love for Snakes.


    Check out the Center of Snake Conservation:


    http://www.snakeconservation.org/

  • 01:00

    American Cave Conservation Association - David G. Foster, Executive Director

    in Environment

    On Tuesday December 16th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are excited to be welcoming Dave Foster, Executive Director of the ACCA, to Natures Talk Show to discuss cave conservation. We will learn some fascinating details of cave ecosystems and groundwater issues. There are amazing animals and plants that have evolved in cave conditions. Created on An Ecological Mandate

    ACCA is concerned with all caves, regardless of their mode of origin or location. However, most caves are found in the earth's more water-soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, marble and gypsum.  The lands in which these types of caves are found are called karst or karstlands.  

    In karst, there is appreciable groundwater movement through dissolved-out  openings in the bedrock; karstlands often have features such as sinkholes, sinking streams, springs, and sometimes caves. 

    Approximately 20% of the United States is karst.  In karst, the surface and the subsurface are intimately connected; cave and groundwater resources cannot be widely used without careful land use of the surface.  Simply put, clean caves and karst equal clean water.


    http://www.naturestalkshow.com/


    http://www.caveconservation.com/

  • 01:01

    Grammy-nominee Rene Marie sings Eartha Kit and Cheetah Conservation

    in Travel

    World Footprints will walk in the footprints of two socially-conscious guests--a Grammy-nominated singer whose musical talents led her to change her life and live her passion, and we'll welcome back a good friend whose efforts are savings one of the most graceful and beautiful big cats on our planet.


    Rene Marie is a Grammy-nominated singer, actress and writer who uses her energetic and dynamic voice to raise awareness about social issues.  Inspired by iconic entertainer - Eartha Kitt - Rene has released a tribute album honoring Eartha Kitt, an inspiring artist who helped changed America's landscape for the better.  Rene also uses her voice to shine attention on important issues in America.


    Next we welcome back Dr. Laurie Marker, founder of The Cheetah Conservation Fund.  The cheetah is one of the oldest and most majestic animals in the world and is fighting to survive.  While it's taken four million years for the species to develop, it has only taken 100 years for mankind to bring the cheetah to the brink of extinction.  Dr. Laurie Marker has made it her life's mission to reverse that trend.  As the founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Dr. Marker and her team are ensuring that the cheetach is here for the ages. 

  • 01:14

    UJR Presents: Eaten Alive by Conservation at Crocfest with Shawn Heflick

    in Environment

    Join us for a special episode with Shawn Heflick who joins us on the heels of a successful weekend at Christmas Crocfest.  Shawn catches up with Danny and Andy about the controversial TV Show "Eaten Alive" centering around a man being ingested by a large Anaconda.  We'll also recap the weekend at Christmas Crocfest 2014 and tell you all about how this grass roots fundraiser had collected over 120,000.00 in Funding for Crocodilian Conservation and so much more.  Tune in LIVE Frriday night at 10pm EST or catch the podcast via iTunes and BlogtalkRadio

  • 00:58

    Rewilding Our Hearts: Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence

    in Spirituality

    In wildlife conservation work, rewilding refers to habitat restoration and the creation of corridors between preserved lands to allow declining populations to rebound.


    HOW CAN REWILDING APPLY TO HUMAN ATTITUDES?


    Unless we rewild ourselves, becoming profoundly reconnected to nature and fundamentally shifting our consciousness, our conservation efforts will have but limited impact.


    As we transition to acting from the inside out, our efforts become powerfully proactive, moving beyond simply reacting to current crises. Ultimately, rewilding invites us to become re-enchanted with the world and, by dissolving false boundaries, to truly connect with both nature and ourselves.


     

  • 01:03

    Hellbender Conservation

    in Pets

    Join HTR as we talk about Hellbenders. Hellbenders are the largest North American salamander. Snot monsters as some locals call them. Guests for this show are profesionals working with Hellbenders. Tim Healy - Education/research National Audubon Society. Obed Hernández-Gomez - Graduate Reserch Assistant . Dept. Of Forestry & Natural Resources. Kim Terrell - Wildlife Biologist Smithsonian Conservation Institute.


    Check out Salmander Science at: http://salamanderscience.com/sample-page/


    Download a free Audio book.  check out the link below


    http://www.audibletrial.com/herpintime

  • 00:28

    LionAid Discusses New EU Regulations To Help Protect Big Cats

    in Environment

    In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer, talks to the founders of LionAid.org, Dr. Pieter Kat and Christine Macsween to discuss new import regulations in the EU to protect our big cats and other species. LionAid.org is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of lions. Their mission is to create awareness about the huge decline of the lion population and work with government officials and other organizations to cease the legal hunting of these animals. Lions are a major trophy for hunters. Despite their well-documented decline, there is still a considerable trophy hunting effort. Since the last-published decline in lion numbers on the continent were made public in 2002-2004, over 4,400 lions have been exported as trophies. As such, trophies are largely male lions. The effect of this commercial activity has greatly impacted both overall lion numbers and the ability for remaining lions to reproduce. Trophy hunting must cease. 


    Today’s show is sponsored by MyMumble.com one of the leading voice chat service providers, with locations all over the world.  MyMumble offers FREE, 5-seat voice chat servers for life, as well as higher capacity plans for any group that requires a secure environment for confidential communication. Listeners of The Organic View can receive 15% off on monthly recurring  power servers by using the code "orgview". For more information, please visit www.mymumble.com!

  • 00:48

    Interview with Kathy Phillips, Matthew R. Heim, and Jonathan Henderson

    in Environment

    Don't BP My Assateague!
    #NotOffMyCoast


    There is a public meeting about offshore oil and gas leasing in Annapolis on Monday, March 9th, from 3pm-7pm


    Kathy Phillips is Assateague Coastal Trust's Executive Director and the Assateague Coastkeeper.


    Matt Heim, Office Manager & Administrative Assistant, Assateague Coastal Trust.


    Jonathan Henderson of  the Gulf Monitoring Consortium and manages BP drilling disaster field monitoring operations in the Gulf of Mexico for the Gulf Restoration Network.


    He delivered testimony recently for a public hearing in Alaska in the fight against Arctic drilling, you can read his testimony here: Don't drill in the Arctic


     


    Jonathan Henderson of  the Gulf Monitoring Consortium and manages BP drilling disaster field monitoring operations in the Gulf of Mexico for the Gulf Restoration Network.


    He delivered testimony recently for a public hearing in Alaska in the fight against Arctic drilling, you can read his testimony here: Don't drill in the Arctic

  • 01:07

    Importance of Church History with Alton Gansky on CD Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews a man of many God-given talents, Alton Gansky.


    Alton Gansky is the author of twenty-four novels and nine nonfiction works, as well as principal writer of nine novels and two nonfiction books. He has been a Christy Award finalist (A Ship Possessed), an Angel Award winner (Terminal Justice), and recently received the ACFW award for best suspense/thriller for his work on Fallen Angel. He holds a BA and MA in biblical studies and was granted a Litt.D. He lives in central California with his wife.


    In addition to his own writing, Gansky has consulted and provided editing/writing services to several CBA publishers and written copy, video scripts, and other works for the general business market. Through Gansky Communications he has consulted with publishers and agents, as well as provided editing services. He is “the go to guy” for co-writing, having been selected by Penguin, Waterbrook, Broadman Holman, and other publishers to work with their top-tier authors.


    Gansky is in frequent demand at writers’ conferences. He has taught and keynoted in California, Arizona, New Mexico, North Carolina, Delaware, Washington, and Canada. Gansky has also been guest lecturer on suspense writing at Taylor University in Indiana. He is the director of the premier writers’ conference, Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference (BRMCWC). Discover more about him at http://www.altongansky.com/.

  • 01:02

    Linda Bender, DVM - "Animal Wisdom"

    in Spirituality

    This month, Suzane welcomes special guest, Linda Bender, DVM.


    A passionate, animal advocate and educator, Dr. Linda Bender's love of the natural world began in her childhood backyard. From orphaned deer to blue jays prematurely bumped from their nests, animals in distress somehow found a way to her loving arms. Her innate rapport with animals inspired her to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine.


    During the fourteen years she spent living in England, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Linda’s veterinary work included the rescue, rehabilitation, and protection of wildlife, often in remote areas. Working with zoos in Southeast Asia, she treated animals rescued from the wildlife trafficking trade and helped reintroduce them back into their natural habitats. Among those given a second chance at life were clouded leopards, tigers, orangutans, and numerous species of rare psittacine and passerine birds.  Working in the field with rarely encountered wildlife, she helped to develop treatment protocols.


    For over twenty-five years, Linda has practiced meditation and studied many of the world’s wisdom traditions, including shamanism. Learning the traditions and ancient wisdom of indigenous people enriched her understanding of the sacred connection between humans, animals, and nature. These experiences helped shape her environmental consciousness and deepened her commitment to spirituality, conservation and animal advocacy.


    A dedicated animal advocate and pro-active, grass-roots champion of animals both domestic and wild, Linda recently completed her first book, Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals released in June of 2014. Her new book illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance. Linda currently lectures and facilitates Animal Wisdom workshops worldwide.

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