• 00:47

    Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder/Director, Cheetah Conservation Fund, Namibia, Africa

    in Pets

     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.


    www.cheetah.org


    www.petsagainstchemicals.com


    Have a Magical Week,


    Simba and Judy

  • 01:00

    Cheetah Conservation & Cruising with Rick Steves

    in Travel

    Travel around the globe with World Footprints today as we go to Namibia, the Mediterranean and Detroit.
    First stop…Namibia with Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund.  Since 1990, Dr. Marker has pioneered new ideas in cheetah conservation and has formed cooperative alliances on behalf of the cheetah that have never before been possible. She is recognized around the world as one of the leading experts on cheetahs, both in the wild and in captivity. 
    Then we’ll journey to the Mediterranean with travel author and TV host Rick Steves.  Rick is on a mission: to help make European travel accessible and meaningful for Americans.  Rick joins us to talk about his newest guide book, Mediterranean Cruise Ports, and the art of travel.
    Finally, meet Philip Lauri, the Founder and Director of Detroit Lives!,

  • 00:31

    Cheap Cheetah Money Week Career & Business Tips

    in Finance

     We all need career tips if we are just starting out in a job, been with our job for a long, long time or even starting a business. we need tips on what to do and what not to do. So today we are talking about Career tips that we can use for a business or a job.  Join me for another great Cheap Cheetah Money Week day and let's talk tips for your career. Join me and tell you family and friends to join as well. If you have any tips you would like to share then you know where to find me.


    www.facebook.com/TheCheapCheetahMoneyShow


    http://lovestosavemoney.blogspot.com/

  • 00:58

    Wolf Conservation Center - New York

    in Environment

    On Wednesday January 14th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are pleased to be having Maggie Howell, Executive Director, has worked at the Wolf Conservation Center since 2005, starting as the WCC's Managing Director and taking the helm as Executive Director in 2013.  She continues to lead the WCC's education and advocacy initiatives and be the main voice of the WCC. In 2014, Maggie became the coordinator for the Northeast Wolf Coalition.


    http://www.naturestalkshow.com/


    http://www.nywolf.org/


    http://www.northeastwolf.org/

  • 01:00

    Cheetah Survival, Reviving Detroit, Sailing with Rick Steves

    in Travel

    Travel around the globe with World Footprints today as we go to Namibia, the Mediterranean and Detroit.


    First stop…Namibia with Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund.  Since 1990, Dr. Marker has pioneered new ideas in cheetah conservation and has formed cooperative alliances on behalf of the cheetah that have never before been possible. She is recognized around the world as one of the leading experts on cheetahs, both in the wild and in captivity. 


    Then we’ll journey to the Mediterranean with travel author and TV host Rick Steves.  Rick is on a mission: to help make European travel accessible and meaningful for Americans.  Rick just returned from two Mediterranean Cruises and he joins us to talk about his newest guide book, Mediterranean Cruise Ports, and the art of travel.


    Finally, Detroit is a city that has not been portrayed favorably in the media (except on World Footprints) so we were surprised to meet someone who left his Fortune 500 employer to move to Detroit for the purpose of showing the city in a different light.  Philip Lauri is the Founder and Director of Detroit Lives! and he join us to share why Detroit is a vibrant place to live and discover.

  • 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/

  • 01:14

    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

  • 00:31

    January's Money In The News

    in Finance

    Good morning family. How are you today? This great morning we are talking about Money In The News. With so much going on for 2015 we will touch on the issues and topics that relate to us and that's money! So if you have some money stories that you would like to share then visit my chat room the day of the show or call me. Let's all save money togetther and have a great Cheap Cheetah Day!


    www.Facebook.com/TheCheapCheetahMoney Show


    http://thecheapcheetahmoneyshow.blogspot.com/


     

  • 00:31

    Things We can Live without Others's Can't

    in Finance

    Hello Cheap Cheetah Family, How are you today? Today's topic is things that we as frugal/cheapskaters can live with and others can not. We will go down the list of things and talk about them and why we can live them. If you have things in your life that you can live with that others can not please share them on the show today or  at www.facebook.com/TheCheapCheetahMoneyShow


    or  http://thecheapcheetahmoneyshow.blogspot.com


    Have a great  Cheap Cheetah Day!


     


     

  • 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

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