Posts Tagged ‘Environmental Science’

There are so many lessons that we can learn and apply to our natural world.  I had the opportunity to discuss some of my research on grizzly bears and wolves with an environmental science class.  Life is good when you can make a difference.  (The photo is being posted to Twitter because it will not load on this...

Filming in the wild allows me to witness nature at it’s best. I also have encounters that become potentially dangerous situations. On a peaceful day in my kayak that quickly changed to an attack which could have seriously injured me. My Don’t Look Now series explains this eventful...

For many years the term ‘Carbon Footprint’ has been thrown around. Today, let us find out what it really means so each individual can lessen their footprint upon the earth. Yes, we can make a difference! http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/JoeyBee-NEWCARBONFOOTPRINT.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

I have spent so much time in the field and in the lab researching plants.  As an environmental scientist, my list of research includes: non-native plant species on the Sage Brush Steppe, critical grizzly bear habitat, and director of the Chile Pepper Research Lab.  Plants are vital to our survival on this planet....

My days roaming the fields and woods on the farm as a boy I knew that I would somehow need to be connected to the outdoors forever. Becoming an environmental scientist has allowed me to do this. As I film or conduct research in the wild I watch the natural change that occurs. This show is about Ecology and...