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Wild Ideas...the Podcast 255
Posted On : April 3/2014
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Show Notes : We have a very special guest this week! Gordon returns to talk about Wood Storks. Joann is looking at the first spring flower, Speedwell. Gary hears Eastern Bluebirds singing. Our repeat interview is with Susan Clayton of the College of Wooster about conservation psychology.
Wild Ideas...the Podcast 254
Posted On : March 27/2014
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Show Notes : Joann waits for the first Robin of spring—American or European? Gary found some Fairy Shrimp. Our repeat interview is with Mark Baldwin of the Roger Tory Institute, about nature journaling.
Wild Ideas...the Podcast 253
Posted On : March 20/2014
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Show Notes : Joann's crosswordese leads us to the Anoa this week; Gary's thinking about shorebird migration and the importance of habitat—Horseshoe Crabs. Our repeat interview is with Theresa Crimmins of the USA National Phenology Network.
Wild Ideas...the Podcast 252
Posted On : March 13/2014
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Show Notes : Joann's crosswordese leads to confusion—what is an eft? Gary talks about the Red-spotted Eft/Eastern Newt. Our repeat interview is with Richard Allen of the Encyclopedia of Life.
WIld Ideas...the Podcast 250
Posted On : February 27/2014
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Show Notes : Gordon's thinking about Sundews, Gary is already listening for Wood Frogs, and Joann suggests you try a Messier Marathon. Our interview is with Jake Owens about the Bioko Island Drill. This is Gordon's last podcast as a regular host—join us in wishing him a happy retirement!
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