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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!
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.
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.
If you donate to the Organization or Sponsor a Baby Elephant go to the link below and send me a message telling me about it. I will give you a shout out on the show! http://www.bardslogicpoliticaltalk.com/#!contact/c1z0x
Rebroadcast: Bards Logic is happy to welcome Nancy Hattabaugh- Secretary and Treasurer of the U.S. Friends of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Angela Godinho- Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Board member, and Julia Newmann http://www.julianewmann.com/ .
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is an organization dedicated to saving baby elephants, wildlife conservation & education, and the fight against poaching. "The Trust has played an extremely significant role in Kenya’s conservation effort since it was founded in 1977, speaking out when necessary on controversial issues and stepping in unobtrusively and rapidly to bridge a gap or meet a shortfall that jeopardizes wildlife during times of Governmental economic constraints."
The Organization has also been featured on National Geographic, Animal Planet, and CBS 60 Minutes.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Damien Mander, CEO of The International Anti-Poaching Foundation about the illegal trafficking of wildlife industry and why there needs to be a global ban on canned hunting. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2014 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved. Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com the most reliable hosting provider with 24/7 heroic support! Listeners of today’s show will receive one hundred dollars credit towards Storm Servers, which includes Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated hosting or you can try LiquidWeb’s shared hosting for free for one month by using the coupon code: “orgview”. Please visit LiquidWeb.com and make sure you tell them that you found out about them on the show! If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2014 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Patty has been working tirelessly on behalf of endangered Rhinos! Patty states that to "ignore the facts does not change the facts!" Patty will take us on a journey as to how we can help save these beautiful and endangered animals just by helping to raise awareness - in our hearts and in our communities.
Jonah Evans, creator of itrack wildlife app, talks about CyberTracker certifications, the role tracking plays with conservation efforts and the job market for trackers.
iTrack Wildlife app-- is the most comprehensive digital field guide to animal tracks ever made and it's only for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Whether you're a naturalist, a hunter, a nature lover, an outdoor enthusiast, or a wildlife biologist, you will find iTrack Wildlife to be a terrific companion on your outdoor adventures. While the simple and intuitive design make this app accessible to the novice, the wealth of accurate information and powerful search tools will appeal to experts and wildlife professionals.
Larry Schweiger, National Wildlife Federation
The NWF is a strong voice for wildlife, dedicated to protecting wildlife and habitat and inspiring the future generation of conservationists. Ready for this? In the early 1900s, lots of people cared about wildlife conservation. Little did they know! Their founder, Ding Darling (really) was wise enough to say, "Wildlife doesn't vote and neither do conservationists." He and others set out on a path to change all that and so they have - big time. This powerful group continues to focus on our present and our future to ensure America's wildlife legacy lives - something very near and dear to my heart. Hope you will join us. This show sponsored by Chapman Tucson.
As Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) since 1990, Dr. Laurie Marker pioneered new ideas in cheetah conservation, and has formed cooperative alliances on behalf of the cheetah that had never before been possible. She is recognised as one of the world’s leading cheetah experts. She conducted ground-breaking research on the re-introduction of captive-born cheetahs into the wild. It was at this time that she learned about the conflict between livestock farmers and cheetahs.In 1990, Laurie founded her international non-profit organisation and set up its headquarters in Namibia in 1991. From humble beginnings in a tiny farmhouse in rural Namibia to an unparalleled conservation model for predator conservation, Laurie has built a world-renowned organisation.
Laurie’s tireless work to unite a nation, continent, and the world in the effort to save the cheetah is impressive.Laurie chairs the Conservancy Association of Namibia (CANAM). She has learned that with improved livestock and wildlife management techniques, cheetahs, people and livestock can peacefully co-exist.
Laurie has received many international awards for her work in cheetah conservation. In 2000 she was recognised as one of Time Magazine’s Heroes for the Planet and in 2008 was presented with the Gold Medal Award from the Society of Women Geographers. She also received the Conservation Medal of Lifetime Achievement Award from the Zoological Society of San Diego, was the Intel Environmental Prize Laureate of the 2008 Tech Award, a nominee for the 2008 and 2010 Indianapolis Prize, the 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Wildlife Film Festival, and the 2010 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
Have a Magical Week,
Simba and Judy
Connecting people to wildlife in a positive way through knowledge and understanding, the Hope for Wildlife Society believes that education through rehabilitation is key to a sustainable future.
The mission of the Hope for Wildlife Society comprises three important goals:
1. Rehabilitation and release into the wild of injured and orphaned wildlife
Since 1997, the Hope for Wildlife Society has helped over 20,000 injured and orphaned wild animals representing over 250 species. Animals admitted to the Hope for Wildlife Society receive medical care, food, shelter, and whatever else is needed to ensure a successful return to the wild.
2. Education of our children and the general public regarding the importance of conservation of various wildlife species and the ecosystems that sustain them.
Whether it is answer one of 10,000 annual calls to the wildlife helpline, speaking to a group of children in the classroom or educating visitors about the wildlife and habitats of Nova Scotia, education plays a key role in the Society's work. Check out the Visit HFW link for more information.
3. Research to develop the knowledge and understanding necessary for conservation and management of wildlife resources in a complex and continually changing biological, social and political environment.
Wildlife rehabilitation is an important conservation tool which allows for the collection of various data from animals admitted to the centre. This data can provide valuable insight into the health of local populations. The animals themselves also offer opportunities to research and learn about the care and protection of various species.