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On Friday November 21st at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join Nature's Talk Show host Ken McKeighen as he is joined by guest Ken Boorman to talk about the care and keeping of finches such as this Gouldian's finch. Gouldian finches were once only viewable by native Australians. These small birds intrigue many by their bouncy and alert personalities, but captivate all by their colorful plumage. Gouldians are thought by many to be the most beautiful of all bird species in the world.
Kristi Housman of Goulish geckos has been dubbed the Eclipse Queen for her interest and work with that particular morph. This episode will cover a wide variety of Leopard Gecko topics such as husbandry techniques and morph outcomes. The Eclipse gene in particular can make for some stunning examples of combos and stand alone visual effects of color and pattern on some geckos. It can be highly variable in many instances. You can visit Kristi online at www.ghoulishgeckos.com and on facebook at www.facebook.com/ghoulishgeckos.
Original air date 4/1/14
Little did Joan Bird know that when she moved to Montana to pursue graduate studies in Zoology at the University of Montana that she'd become involved in UFO investigations and stories of extraterrestrial encounters.
She completed her Ph.D. on inter-island variation in West Indies finches. Joan worked as a Conservation Biologist for the Montana Environmental Information Center, The Nature Conservancy, and Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
Joan freelanced as a nature interpretation writer and has written numerous articles for scientific and conservation publications.
Joan was a featured guest on Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory on January 4, 2013, and has been on television and radio shows about her new book, MONTANA UFOs and EXTRATERRESTRIALS on documented UFO sightings and encounters. You won't want to miss this show!
Olstein grew up near Boston, Massachusetts. She received a BA from Barnard College and an MFA in creative writing from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her first book of poems, Radio Crackling, Radio Gone (2006), won the Copper Canyon Press Hayden Carruth Award. Olstein is also the author of the poetry collection Lost Alphabet (2009). Her poems have appeared in the Iowa Review, Denver Quarterly, LIT, and other journals. She has been awarded a Poetry Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and a Pushcart Prize. Of Radio Crackling, Radio Gone, reviewer Kendra L. Tanacea commented: “Olstein places the mystical next to the mundane, bees next to bricklayers, purple finches next to garage doors, reason next to faith, chance near fate.” Olstein has been associate director of the MFA program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and directs the Juniper Initiative for Literary Arts and Action. She is a contributing editor of jubilat.
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