Posts by: Joey Bee

Freedom is for all Americans. We must work together as a nation to enjoy this freedom from sea to shinning sea. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A19FREEDOM4THOFJULY2022TAKE2.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

There is an entire process that happens once a goose is sitting on a nest. The rules legally change when the goslings hatch. I observed this part of parenting near one of my ponds. Any time I approached, the drake put on a defensive posture. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/A21SILLYGOOSE.mp3Podcast: Play in...

This is the time of the year when many people sit by an open fire at a campsite or in the comfort of their backyard. It is imperative that we have a safe fire. On this show I teach about the methods of starting a fire and discuss all safety...

If you ever encounter a moose in the wild (from a distance) you will understand why this creature is an awesome animal. I have seen many in the Beartooth Mountains in Montana as well as Yellowstone National Park. The moose is ‘larger than life’ and very much more than a cartoon character with a flying...

There is a tiny stream that connects the two ponds on my farm. It is not large enough to support a trout population. So my adventure to find a small stream with native trout began. Google Maps and Earth helped with the search. But instead of tracking animals I began to track off the beaten path streams. This show...

Intruder or friend? Misunderstood? Maybe? Carpenter ants at some time will find their way into your home. But what about their habits in the wild. My guest today to discuss this topic is Chloe Jelley, a PhD student at Cornell University. Her research and expertise will educate us all about the carpenter ant....

Many people have been like the groundhog. Hibernating all winter long. And now, it is time to begin to work outside. Gardening, clean-ups, and mowing the lawn to name a few chores. We must ensure that we are fit for these tasks. This show will help you prepare for the many deeds...

The long winter nap is over and we now turn toward spending time in the outdoors. Every gardener has been eagerly waiting for this moment. There are many advantages in raised bed gardening. I will delve into this method of gardening on this...

“Feed Me, I Want Food” was the recurring theme in Little Shop Of Horrors. No, this show is not about human-eating plants but actual carnivorous plants in the wild. During my research and travels across America I have seen many carnivorous plants. Allow me to teach you about them and show you where to find them....

We live in a world ‘surrounded by plastic’. From plastic straws to children’s toys. The problem is as plastics breakdown in the environment they are releasing harmful toxins. Microplastics (small particles) have been found in the Arctic ice. This show will bring to light this dilemma and possible solutions. (photo...