Posts Tagged ‘animals’

If you haven’t camped in the fall you are missing one of nature’s spectacles. My guest on the show today, via Zoom, is one of the expert’s from Ramsey Outdoor, Theresa Hamel. We discuss all the gear necessary for a safe and fun camping trip. (photo courtesy of Theresa...

Why have scientists taken the time to specifically name every living organism on Earth? I begin the show with a fun antedote and then discuss the science behind genus and species names. (photo courtes of pdxmonthly.com) http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/AWHATSINANAME.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

I thought that I have seen every possible scenario that could happen in nature. That is, until the fox games began. No, they did not bring out the Olympic torch to start them but there was definitely excitement in the air. Please enjoy the games! http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/CFOXGAMES.mp3Podcast: Play...

As an optimist, I am always looking on the bright side of life. During the coldest week of winter I see many signs of spring! Personally, I love the winter months but who wouldn’t want the smells and colors of spring? The signs are there. So, let’s go find...

As I was conducting my grizzly bear research I went into mountain regions that needed to be explored. The same is true every time you visit or move to a new place. On my recent journey I scouted out forest and streams. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/ESCOUTINGFORESTSANDSTREAMS.mp3Podcast: Play in new...

Habitat loss occurs across the globe. Towns, farmlands, large wooded areas, and forests are not immune from it. So how do we begin to protect and preserve habitats? On this show I delve into the problem and solutions. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/1AAAAAAAAAAJoeyBee-HABITATLOSS.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

So what is the life of an Environmental Scientist like? I had the opportunity to speak to a high school environmental science class. I spoke of my research in the field and related it to the topics that they were studying in class. This was a great...

There is a definite need to keep the Endangered Species Act so we may protect plants and animals from extinction. As stewards of the earth, it is vital that we make quality decisions that will safeguard all creatures. One prime example is the black-footed ferret. This animal was on the verge of extinction and...

There is a delicate balance between nature and the property around your home. As an Environmental Scientist, I am always discussing the importance of protecting and preserving habitats. If not, we will have many encounters with animals. (The photo is of a young buck whitetail ten feet from my front...

When people think of wetlands many will speak of mosquitoes and mud. I will tell you that the diversity of animals is amazing. Please take the time this year to visit a marsh, swamp, bog, or fen and you will have a great day in nature. Today, we delve into the rebirth of a...