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On Thursday April 9th at 5pm est, 4pm cst and 2pm pst, we are excited to be announcing the launching of a new series on Natures Talk Show as well as a new Host. Maggie Howell will be joining the staff and hosting her own monthly/bi-monthly show, Please welcome Maggie on board. Maggie is the Executive Director of the Wolf Conservation Center in New York and is involved in many other projects.
1.Ashley S. - Ashley, an inspired seventh grader from John Jay Middle School, mobilized support for B.C.'s wolves. Ashley appealed to her school and was granted permission to make a presentation about the situation in B.C. and her concern for the misunderstood predator.
2. Ian McAllister - a co-founder of the wildlife conservation organization Pacific Wild. He is an award-winning photographer and author of The Great Bear Rainforest. His images have appeared in publications around the world. He has been honoured by the Globe & Mail as one of 133 highly accomplished Canadians, and he and his wife, Karen McAllister, were named by Time magazine one of the ""Leaders of the 21st Century"" for their efforts to protect British Columbia's endangered rainforest. He is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and has won several awards.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of NatureConnectionMagazine.com, for Big Blend Radio’s Nature Connection Show! This episode airs live from the historic Best Western Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, as part of the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units.
- Special guest co-host is Adam Roberts, VP of Born Free USA wildlife conservation group, who will review the wildlife and animal issues of 2013.
- Award-winning photographer Dr. Charles Rawlings, author of ‘Living Shells’, will talk about his recent photography trip where he trekked with the Mountain Gorillas in The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, in the remote southwest corner of Uganda.
- Scott Gediman, Assistant Superintendent for Public & Legislative Affairs of Yosemite National Park, will discuss the park’s restoration program for the popular Mariposa Grove of sequoia trees.
Join Danny & Andy LIVE as we broadcast from the "BatCave" at the Wildlife Conservation and Edcuation Center in Ridgefield Park, NJ. We'll be chatting with owner Joe D'Angeli and learn more about some of the deizens that dwell there. We will be bringing awareness to Joe's Campaign to help move into a larger facility and continue to educate thousands of children annually!
Listen in live as we explore the center and learn why we need great educational facilities like this to help save the future!
check out www.NJBatMan.com for more information and to contribute to the fund to help make the new and improved batcave a scuccess!
Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – for Big Blend Radio’s Nature Connection show. This episode airs live from Ridgemark Golf & Country Club, in Hollister, CA, as part of the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 407 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- Elephant & Rhino Conservation - Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA
- Pinnacles National Park Condor Recorvery Program - Alacia Welch
- ‘Maritime’ the latest album by songwriters Dave McGraw & Mandy Fer
- California’s Sequoia Country - Dana Dierkes – Kings Canyon & Sequoia National Parks, Denise Alonzo – Sequoia National Forest, Aaron Collins - Kaweah Oaks Preserve, Sandy Blankenship – Exeter Chamber of Commerce.
- Go Wild in Yuma, AZ - Linda Morgan, Yuma Visitors Bureau
- Birds in Art - Artist Victoria Chick.
Plus, Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
Colin Riddell and Rupert Imhoff of the Bob Irwin Wildlife & Conservation Foundation are coming at us all the way from Australia on this very special episode of HTR to talk about wildlife conservation in Australia and worldwide.
Today, as the world continues to mourn the passing of Nelson Mandela, Tonya and Ian travel full circle from their law careers to South Africa, a destination they hold close to their hearts. (Hint: they honeymooned there). World Footprints will share other sides of South Africa and will introduce an extraordinary student exchange programbetween the University of Missouri and the University of the Western Cape in Cape Town, South Africa. Then you’ll hear about Nandi, a rescue South African manta ray who Tonya got to scuba dive (one of her great passions) with at the Georgia Aquarium. You'll hear about the intregal role that the Aquarium plays in sea life conservation.
THE WILDLIFE OF AFRICA'S HEARTLAND...
AFRICAN WILDLIFE images by Craig Shelley. The photos are extensively in Africa and protrays Shelley's passion for the continent including all of its diverse species.
From Maasai Giraffes to mighty elephants and thick-skinned rhinoceroses from the migration of a million wildebeest to the clash of predator and prey on the grasslands...AFRICA hosts one of the most diverse and extensive arrays of wildlife on earth!
The survival of Africa's Wildlife depends on the conservation of wild lands laarge enough for animals to migrate, forage, feed and reproduce.
The loss of habitat is now the single biggest threat to the preservation of Africa's irreplaceable wild life species.
Thratened landscapes, forests cut down...etc.
Wetlands and swamps are drained...etc.
Grasslands are tilled...etc.
Mt. Kilimanjaro, Maasai, Samburu
On Wednesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Maggie Howell returns for another discussion on Wolf conservation and programs. She will be focusing on the Mexican gray wolf, #Loboweek, and the WCC’s participation in the recovery of the rare species. Join us and listen to another great show with Maggie.
Call us and join in the discussion! (718) 508-9419 + option #1
U.S. Fish and Wildlife announced ban on four large constricting snake species;
FWS considers these snakes “injurious” under the Lacey Act;
The Lacey Act controls the importing or transporting of snakes and exotic pets;
The ban covers the reticulated python, DeSchauensee’s anaconda, green anaconda, and Beni anaconda;
FWS Director Dan Ashe prompted the FWS to ban the constrictor snakes;
Terry offers his knowledge about several assertions made in support of the snake ban.
Is the ban on snakes based on incorrect information and bogus conclusions?
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Dan Moxley, Development Associate, Tucson Wildlife Center
This Center’s mission is dedicated to the rescue, rehab and release of southern Arizona’s native wildlife while promoting habitat protection and co-existence through education. From their passionate community outreach to their state-of-the-art wildlife emergency facility and everything in-between, this organization’s impact is never ending. For example, their Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital was built for the sole purpose of treating injured wildlife with specially trained staff. Learn what free services are offered to the public, how you can take a public tour and how you can help support this organization’s amazing mission. Another “I can’t wait” kind of show. This show sponsored by Discount Cab.
Steve Creech has been the Executive Director of the Wyland Foundation since 2007.
He is in charge of overseeing the Strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs that support a clean ocean and healthy waterways.
Founded by renowned environmental artist Wyland, the Wyland Foundation has helped children and families around the nation to rediscover the importance of healthy oceans and waterways through public art programs, classroom science education, and live events. The foundation gives children the tools they need to become more creative, positive, and solution-oriented. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and has worked directly with more than one million children since its inception in 1993.
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