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Ecology, Technology & Microadventure in Cape York

Latest Episodes

Podcast Special – Duncan interviewed by the ABC

Duncan was interviewed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation about our veterinary programme in Wujal Wujal. Over the last eighteen months we have made inroads into clearing the community of scabies and the dogs are much happier and healthier.

-1 s2016 FEB 29
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Podcast Special – Duncan interviewed by the ABC

Heart Transplants and other squishy things – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 8

This week Duncan and Xanthe sit down to discuss heart and kidney transplants. Xanthe also give us a quick run down on Phhhoto, a new social media app. Xanthe on Phhhoto

-1 s2016 FEB 15
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Heart Transplants and other squishy things – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 8

Interview with an Adventurer – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 7

We had the distinct pleasure of meeting and talking with Don McIntyre, Australian yachtsman, polar explorer and living legend. Duncan, Dior, Xanthe and Monty took the chance to discuss Don’s epic Bligh voyage and polar expeditions. We also discuss Don’s plans for his new home at Nomuka Iki in the Ha’apai Group, Kingdom of Tonga.

-1 s2015 DEC 14
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Interview with an Adventurer – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 7

Glow Worms, Wallabies and Leeches – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 6

This week we head toSheOak Ridge Wildlife Refugeand interview the amazing Dr Claire Baker. Claire is an entomologist who is an expert in glow worms and worked with Sir David Attenborough as a scientific advisor on two of his documentary series. Her enthusiasm for the insect world and Australia’s native wildlife is infectious; and this […]

-1 s2015 MAY 18
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Glow Worms, Wallabies and Leeches – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 6

Walers, Brumbies and Kaimanawa Horses – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 5

With ANZAC Day just gone, we look at the history of the Australian light horse, also known as the Waler. We also discuss feral horses and their management. http://www.walerhorse.com

-1 s2015 MAY 10
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Walers, Brumbies and Kaimanawa Horses – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 5

Anzac Day Poem – Wildtracking Episode 4

We are working hard on editing up our latest podcast, but a Garageband implosion has delayed things for a couple of days. In the meantime you can have a listen to a poem that Xanthe wrote for the Cooktown Anzac Day Service. Lest we forget

-1 s2015 MAY 9
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Anzac Day Poem – Wildtracking Episode 4

Living with the Deadly 60 – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 3

We take a look at how people around the world live with the animals featured in Steve Backshall’s Deadly 60. We discuss our own saltwater crocodiles, taipans and death adders. We interview our Zimbabwe-born friends about living with the African Megafauna.

-1 s2015 MAR 9
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Living with the Deadly 60 – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 3
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Latest Episodes

Podcast Special – Duncan interviewed by the ABC

Duncan was interviewed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation about our veterinary programme in Wujal Wujal. Over the last eighteen months we have made inroads into clearing the community of scabies and the dogs are much happier and healthier.

-1 s2016 FEB 29
Comments
Podcast Special – Duncan interviewed by the ABC

Heart Transplants and other squishy things – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 8

This week Duncan and Xanthe sit down to discuss heart and kidney transplants. Xanthe also give us a quick run down on Phhhoto, a new social media app. Xanthe on Phhhoto

-1 s2016 FEB 15
Comments
Heart Transplants and other squishy things – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 8

Interview with an Adventurer – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 7

We had the distinct pleasure of meeting and talking with Don McIntyre, Australian yachtsman, polar explorer and living legend. Duncan, Dior, Xanthe and Monty took the chance to discuss Don’s epic Bligh voyage and polar expeditions. We also discuss Don’s plans for his new home at Nomuka Iki in the Ha’apai Group, Kingdom of Tonga.

-1 s2015 DEC 14
Comments
Interview with an Adventurer – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 7

Glow Worms, Wallabies and Leeches – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 6

This week we head toSheOak Ridge Wildlife Refugeand interview the amazing Dr Claire Baker. Claire is an entomologist who is an expert in glow worms and worked with Sir David Attenborough as a scientific advisor on two of his documentary series. Her enthusiasm for the insect world and Australia’s native wildlife is infectious; and this […]

-1 s2015 MAY 18
Comments
Glow Worms, Wallabies and Leeches – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 6

Walers, Brumbies and Kaimanawa Horses – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 5

With ANZAC Day just gone, we look at the history of the Australian light horse, also known as the Waler. We also discuss feral horses and their management. http://www.walerhorse.com

-1 s2015 MAY 10
Comments
Walers, Brumbies and Kaimanawa Horses – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 5

Anzac Day Poem – Wildtracking Episode 4

We are working hard on editing up our latest podcast, but a Garageband implosion has delayed things for a couple of days. In the meantime you can have a listen to a poem that Xanthe wrote for the Cooktown Anzac Day Service. Lest we forget

-1 s2015 MAY 9
Comments
Anzac Day Poem – Wildtracking Episode 4

Living with the Deadly 60 – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 3

We take a look at how people around the world live with the animals featured in Steve Backshall’s Deadly 60. We discuss our own saltwater crocodiles, taipans and death adders. We interview our Zimbabwe-born friends about living with the African Megafauna.

-1 s2015 MAR 9
Comments
Living with the Deadly 60 – Wildtracking Podcast Episode 3
the END
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