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Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio airing live online from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- A Taste of Southern Oregon – Travel writer Linda Kissam ‘Food, Wine & Shopping Diva’ discusses her wine tasting and culinary adventures in Southern Oregon.
- Elephant Conservation - Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA and Born Free Foundation, discusses Elephants in Zoos.
- Hero Appreciation Months - Leah Launey, innkeeper of Three Rivers Bed & Breakfast, talks about the 2016 Hero Appreciation Months in Three Rivers, California, that includes a Polar Bear Dip, Snowman Building Contest in Sequoia National Park and Bathtub Race.
Listen in to a special episode of UrbanJunglesRadio as we cover some critically important factors in conservation that can be changed by you. If you cannot make one simple change suggested on our show then you cannot call yourself a true conservationist in the sense of someone willing to take the actions needed towards sustainability. In tonights' episode I'll highlight some important points and see if I can convince Andy to make a significant lifestyle change for just 30 days!
Cue up the movie Cowspiracy and listen in as we talk about an ugly truth no one in the United States wants to address. All the little things we do add up to almost nothing compared to one major change that could literallys save the planet.
On Wednesday October 21st at 9PM EST, Join Natures Talk show as we roll out a new show: Witness. This new show hosted by Ray Owczarzak will feature Guests and guest hosts on occasion covering a wide range of topics. Those of you who know Ray, know that he likes to do all sorts of shows on a myriad of topics, so stay tuned to see what comes up. The inaugural show, This Wednesday October 21 will feature two guests. Samuel Stelzer, and John Owczarzak. Yes That’s right, Ray will be interviewing his own father as well as his father in-law on conservation topics!
SCIENCE EDUCATORS....CITIZEN SCIENCE AND BAT CONSERVATION
It's BAT WEEK and Rob Mies from The Organization for Bat Conservation wants you and your students involved. Learn all about it.
Presented by DEFINED STEM
Michael W. Beck, Lead Scientist, Global Marine Team, The Nature Conservancy
Mike Beck works on the interface between marine science and policy on marine spatial planning, habitat restoration, and coral reef conservation in temperate and tropical regions. His work increasingly focuses on developing decision support approaches to build coastal resilience and on the links between disaster risk reduction, climate adaptation, and environmental restoration. I am fascinated on a daily basis on any news concerning the state of our planet’s ocean, their inhabitants and their survival. Mike’s scope of knowledge also includes the continued work on the nursery role of near-shore habitats such as kelp forests and on marine conservation agreements on a global scale. Let the questions begin. This show made possible through the generous support of Habitat for Humanity Tucson.
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 Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- Tiger Conservation - Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA & Born Free Foundation wildlife conservation organizations.
- The Barbizon School – Artist Victoria Chick talks about The Forest of Fontainebleau and the Beginning of Painting from Nature.
- Cooking with Wine – Howard & Ruth Milstein, author of ‘Cooking with Love: Ventures Into the New Israeli Cuisine’ share recipes and wine pairing tips.
Hour one: Cheetah Conservation Fund. Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder & Executive Director.
Cheetah Conservation Fund is the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild. Founded by Dr. Laurie Marker in 1990, CCF has created a set of integrated programs aimed at addressing the principle threats to the cheetah. CCF’s conservation programming is rooted in scientific research. CCF maintains a research program on the biology, ecology and genetics of cheetahs that publishes papers in peer-reviewed journals annually, and currently operates the only fully-equipped genetics lab at an in-situ conservation facility in Africa.
Hour two: Sonavation. Robert E. Stewart, Sr., Chief Operating Officer.
Sonavation designs and manufactures the industry’s leading biometric fingerprint sensors, utilizing ultrasound. Its 3D surface scan and sub-surface technology is protected by 41 awarded patents making it the world’s smallest low-power ultrasound sensor.
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.
ZOO EDUCATION: BUILDING CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING
CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL presents Dr Elizabeth Mulkerrin, Director of Education at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo ( and President of NSELA, Nat'l Science Education Leadership Assoc) along with Nette Pletcher,Directpr of Conservation Education at The Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
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!
in Self Help
The Needs of our Wildlife Friends
with special Guest Greg Mertz,DVM, The Odd Pet Vet
The nonprofit New England Wildlife Center (the Center) is a grassroots, entrepreneurial venture, launched by a group of Massachusetts’ citizens 33 years ago. They use the provision of humane medical care to orphaned and hurt wild animals as a real-life and engaging platform to teach the life sciences, with a strong focus on biology to provide hands-on training in veterinary medicine to undergraduate students nationally and internationally. At New England Wildlife Center – education is action. The Center hones stewards of wildlife, habitats and natural resources through our facility built to LEED specifications, an onsite nature center and biology classroom, a windowed veterinary hospital where the public can observe first-hand our collective impact on wildlife, and science education curricula proven to increase environmental literacy.
New England Wildlife Center is an example of our ability as a community to come together to solve real problems on our own, without leaving it the government, large institutions or, in other words, “the experts”.
The Wildlife Center owns the Odd Pet Vet, and has for 16 years treated the rare animal commercial veterinary practice.
Greg Mertz, DVM has over twenty-five years experience treating rare wildlife species..
All the proceeds at the New England Wildlife Center go to help with the care of wildlife and the delivery of education programs. They see approximately 60 species of animals on a regular basis. The more common the animal is, the more commonly we see it.
Call into the program, or submit questions on our facebook page and we'll endeavor to answer how you too can support the wildlife in your area.
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