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Latest Episodes

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 30: Lev in Ethiopia with Endemics, Many Quelea, and the Pantene Monkeys

In the heat of the summer, Lev shares his adventures from a trip to Ethiopia, a place of extremes of climate and spectacular biodiversity. From the Gelada and Ethiopian Wolves of the Bale Mountains, to Stresemann’s Bushcrow of the plains, and many many Quelea, sounds like the sort of place naturalists dream of.

56 MINOCT 19
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 30: Lev in Ethiopia with Endemics, Many Quelea, and the Pantene Monkeys

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 29: Seaside Sparrows, Climate Change, and Reaching Out with Corina Newsome

Sea had a chance to talk with ornithologist and science communicator Corinna Newsome about salt marsh nesting birds, finding routes to natural history as adult, and what diversity and representation mean in science.

54 MINAUG 10
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 29: Seaside Sparrows, Climate Change, and Reaching Out with Corina Newsome

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 28: The Giant Otters of the Amazon with Jess Groenendijk

Sea and Lev have a great conversation with science communicator and nature writer Jess Groenendijk about her recently published “The Giant Otter: Giants of the Amazon” , conservation in an era of change, and hope. Some of Jess’ work and links to social media can be found on her website: https://www.jessicagroenendijk.com You can find Jess’ book at Amazon at this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1526711745/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_bYo2CbTP8D7P9 The clip of Giant Otters attacking a Black Caiman can be found here: https://youtu.be/gIoQGs8lvxk

61 MINMAY 13
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 28: The Giant Otters of the Amazon with Jess Groenendijk

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 27: On Carrie Bow Cay with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin

DCIM\100GOPRO\GOPR0136.JPG DCIM\100GOPRO\GOPR2102.JPG In this episode Sea gets to talk with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin students from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, The National Public Honors College (http://www.smcm.edu) about their first experiences at the Carrie Bow Cay Field Station (https://naturalhistory2.si.edu/ccre/) off the coast of Belize, marine biology, and sleeping in oceanfront hammocks.

46 MINAPR 17
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 27: On Carrie Bow Cay with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 26: Nature Journaling with Marley Peifer

Lev and Sea had a chance to talk with Marley Peifer, an educator with The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center about nature journaling, cognition, and the roots of our interest in the world around us. Marley’s work can be found at http://marleypeifer.com

66 MINMAR 31
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 26: Nature Journaling with Marley Peifer

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 25: Awaiting Spring, and thinking about Warmer Weather

Lev and Sea have a chance to catch up and compare notes on spring. Lev talks about winter in the neotropics and the start of his guiding season with Humpback Whales, Ocellated Turkey, and upcoming trip to Ethiopia. Book review of Birds of Central America by Vallely and Dyer, and mention of several new ‘rediscoveries’ in the news.

52 MINMAR 3
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 25: Awaiting Spring, and thinking about Warmer Weather

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 24: Caves, Fishprints, and Conservation with Dante Fenolio

Sea and Lev have a chance to talk with Dante Fenolio, Vice President of Conservation and Research at the San Antonio Zoo. Dante’s passionate approach to conservation takes him around the world from Appalachian streams to the huge cave systems of China. Highlighting some of the many projects going on at the zoo, from Texas Horned Lizards to Amazonian Rainforest, the guys find lots of common ground in appreciation of global biodiversity, and the urgent need to find working conservation strategies. The programs of the San Antonio Zoo can be found at: https://sazoo.org Dante’s Personal Site: http://anotheca.com Dante’s Most Recent Book: http://lifeinthedark.net

62 MIN2018 DEC 10
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 24: Caves, Fishprints, and Conservation with Dante Fenolio

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 23: Islands, Continents, and Squirrels with David Hembry

In this episode, Sea and Lev get a chance to talk with David Hembry, an Evolutionary Ecologist who works on island insect-plant mutualisms, and has wandered extensively around the central Pacific islands. Between David’s islands and Lev about to travel to the Atlantic forests of Brazil, a comparison of island and continental faunas takes hold, as well as discussion of terrestriality in unexpected groups and lots of talk of squirrels. David’s work can be found on his website here: https://davidhembry.wordpress.com Lev is now working with Rockjumper Birding Tours: https://www.rockjumperbirding.com/about/bird-guides/lev-frid And Sea is now the Special Initiatives Coordinator for the Natural History Section of the Ecological Society of America : https://esanaturalhistory.wordpress.com

67 MIN2018 NOV 6
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 23: Islands, Continents, and Squirrels with David Hembry

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 22: Rita talks flowers, sharks, and scallops

Lev and Sea have a chance to talk with Rita Steyn, a marine ecologist and science communicator newly in Florida by way of South Africa. The conversation wanders from the change of seasons in North America and South Africa, the remarkable biodiversity and biogeography of the Cape Region, the recent shark attack off of Cape Cod, red tide along the coast of Florida, and the marvelous eyes of scallops. Rita’s work can be found at scicommonground.com and@ritasteyn, where she shares her science writing and photography.

60 MIN2018 OCT 17
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 22: Rita talks flowers, sharks, and scallops

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 21: Tackling prickly issues with Anthony Porter

Lev and Sea are joined this week by Anthony Porter who is an environmental educator experiencing the first touches of fall in Minnesota. Talk of kids, bears, wonder and flying squirrels. And of course, Anthony’s porcupine friend Thistle. Here is the link to Anthony’s video introduction to Porcupines: https://youtu.be/F0F7S0g16GE

53 MIN2018 AUG 31
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 21: Tackling prickly issues with Anthony Porter

Latest Episodes

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 30: Lev in Ethiopia with Endemics, Many Quelea, and the Pantene Monkeys

In the heat of the summer, Lev shares his adventures from a trip to Ethiopia, a place of extremes of climate and spectacular biodiversity. From the Gelada and Ethiopian Wolves of the Bale Mountains, to Stresemann’s Bushcrow of the plains, and many many Quelea, sounds like the sort of place naturalists dream of.

56 MINOCT 19
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 30: Lev in Ethiopia with Endemics, Many Quelea, and the Pantene Monkeys

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 29: Seaside Sparrows, Climate Change, and Reaching Out with Corina Newsome

Sea had a chance to talk with ornithologist and science communicator Corinna Newsome about salt marsh nesting birds, finding routes to natural history as adult, and what diversity and representation mean in science.

54 MINAUG 10
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 29: Seaside Sparrows, Climate Change, and Reaching Out with Corina Newsome

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 28: The Giant Otters of the Amazon with Jess Groenendijk

Sea and Lev have a great conversation with science communicator and nature writer Jess Groenendijk about her recently published “The Giant Otter: Giants of the Amazon” , conservation in an era of change, and hope. Some of Jess’ work and links to social media can be found on her website: https://www.jessicagroenendijk.com You can find Jess’ book at Amazon at this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1526711745/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_bYo2CbTP8D7P9 The clip of Giant Otters attacking a Black Caiman can be found here: https://youtu.be/gIoQGs8lvxk

61 MINMAY 13
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 28: The Giant Otters of the Amazon with Jess Groenendijk

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 27: On Carrie Bow Cay with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin

DCIM\100GOPRO\GOPR0136.JPG DCIM\100GOPRO\GOPR2102.JPG In this episode Sea gets to talk with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin students from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, The National Public Honors College (http://www.smcm.edu) about their first experiences at the Carrie Bow Cay Field Station (https://naturalhistory2.si.edu/ccre/) off the coast of Belize, marine biology, and sleeping in oceanfront hammocks.

46 MINAPR 17
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 27: On Carrie Bow Cay with Lauren, Isaac, and Colin

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 26: Nature Journaling with Marley Peifer

Lev and Sea had a chance to talk with Marley Peifer, an educator with The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center about nature journaling, cognition, and the roots of our interest in the world around us. Marley’s work can be found at http://marleypeifer.com

66 MINMAR 31
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 26: Nature Journaling with Marley Peifer

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 25: Awaiting Spring, and thinking about Warmer Weather

Lev and Sea have a chance to catch up and compare notes on spring. Lev talks about winter in the neotropics and the start of his guiding season with Humpback Whales, Ocellated Turkey, and upcoming trip to Ethiopia. Book review of Birds of Central America by Vallely and Dyer, and mention of several new ‘rediscoveries’ in the news.

52 MINMAR 3
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 25: Awaiting Spring, and thinking about Warmer Weather

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 24: Caves, Fishprints, and Conservation with Dante Fenolio

Sea and Lev have a chance to talk with Dante Fenolio, Vice President of Conservation and Research at the San Antonio Zoo. Dante’s passionate approach to conservation takes him around the world from Appalachian streams to the huge cave systems of China. Highlighting some of the many projects going on at the zoo, from Texas Horned Lizards to Amazonian Rainforest, the guys find lots of common ground in appreciation of global biodiversity, and the urgent need to find working conservation strategies. The programs of the San Antonio Zoo can be found at: https://sazoo.org Dante’s Personal Site: http://anotheca.com Dante’s Most Recent Book: http://lifeinthedark.net

62 MIN2018 DEC 10
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 24: Caves, Fishprints, and Conservation with Dante Fenolio

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 23: Islands, Continents, and Squirrels with David Hembry

In this episode, Sea and Lev get a chance to talk with David Hembry, an Evolutionary Ecologist who works on island insect-plant mutualisms, and has wandered extensively around the central Pacific islands. Between David’s islands and Lev about to travel to the Atlantic forests of Brazil, a comparison of island and continental faunas takes hold, as well as discussion of terrestriality in unexpected groups and lots of talk of squirrels. David’s work can be found on his website here: https://davidhembry.wordpress.com Lev is now working with Rockjumper Birding Tours: https://www.rockjumperbirding.com/about/bird-guides/lev-frid And Sea is now the Special Initiatives Coordinator for the Natural History Section of the Ecological Society of America : https://esanaturalhistory.wordpress.com

67 MIN2018 NOV 6
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 23: Islands, Continents, and Squirrels with David Hembry

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 22: Rita talks flowers, sharks, and scallops

Lev and Sea have a chance to talk with Rita Steyn, a marine ecologist and science communicator newly in Florida by way of South Africa. The conversation wanders from the change of seasons in North America and South Africa, the remarkable biodiversity and biogeography of the Cape Region, the recent shark attack off of Cape Cod, red tide along the coast of Florida, and the marvelous eyes of scallops. Rita’s work can be found at scicommonground.com and@ritasteyn, where she shares her science writing and photography.

60 MIN2018 OCT 17
Comments
The Naturalist Podcast Episode 22: Rita talks flowers, sharks, and scallops

The Naturalist Podcast Episode 21: Tackling prickly issues with Anthony Porter

Lev and Sea are joined this week by Anthony Porter who is an environmental educator experiencing the first touches of fall in Minnesota. Talk of kids, bears, wonder and flying squirrels. And of course, Anthony’s porcupine friend Thistle. Here is the link to Anthony’s video introduction to Porcupines: https://youtu.be/F0F7S0g16GE

53 MIN2018 AUG 31
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The Naturalist Podcast Episode 21: Tackling prickly issues with Anthony Porter
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