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WIld Ideas...the Podcast 272
Posted On : July 31/2014
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Show Notes : Visit the Creat Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont with us to learn about an exciting video project connecting kids to nature and the park! We recommend you watch the videos at www.themiddleprongpress.com.

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 271
Posted On : July 24/2014
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Show Notes : There are many ways to learn about and appreciate the natural world. Gary and Joann talk with fly fisherman Chuck Kraus about his connection with nature through the sport.

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WIld Ideas...the Podcast 270
Posted On : July 17/2014
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Show Notes : It's the Question Show! Listeners asked about vernal pools, snake behavior, skinks, and native bees.

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 269
Posted On : July 10/2014
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Show Notes : Gary and Joann just discovered the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation! Join us for a conversation about the Society and the good work it does with Executive Director Scott Black.

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 268
Posted On : July 3/2014
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Show Notes : Gary is watching a Blue Jay fledge in his backyard. Joann is back at crosswordese—this time with Goa.

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 267
Posted On : June 25/2014
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Show Notes : Social spiders? We never heard of them—until now! Gary and Joann interview Jonathan Pruitt of the University of Pittsburg about his work with social spiders.

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WIld Ideas...the Podcast 266
Posted On : June 19/2014
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Show Notes : Gary is thinking about the Brown Creeper's niche partitioning with its close relatives. Joann joyfully remembers a recent visit to the Owlery at Hogwarts. (Sorry to get so nerdy, but sometimes it just can't be helped!)

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 265
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Show Notes : Gary and Joann talk with Joanne Rebbeck of the US Forest Service. She has exciting news about an invasive plant—Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima)!

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WIld Ideas...the Podcast 264
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Show Notes : Joann and Gary talk with Dr. Chuck Knapp of the Shedd Aquarium about his work studying Rock Iguanas in the Bahamas.

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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 263
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Show Notes : While fighting Garlic Mustard, Gary heard a Veery—turns out those 2 things are related! Meteorologists are predicting an el Nino, so Joann investigates the global effects.

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