Posts Tagged ‘woodland’

After a long winter season we all look forward to the colors of spring. In the past, I have recorded a podcast show on this topic. But what about the sounds of spring? One specific sound tells me that warmer weather is here to stay. Recently, it has been a constant sound near my ponds and...

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...

Nature has a great way of taking care of itself. There are limiting factors that will prevent a young plant from surviving. Yet, nature has many unique methods of dispersing seeds. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/ESEEDDISPERSAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

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...

This is the second in a series about whitetail deer. The first was podcast show #141. I discussed the science behind the awesome animal. On this show I am able to speak about a topic about that effects many Americans. As we take away animal habitat there will be a greater number of wildlife in our backyards. A...

I have taken many photos in the wild. One of my favorites has to be a fawn in an open field. The whitetail deer is found throughout most of the continental US. Let us learn all about this awesome animal. http://JoeyBeePodcast.com/podcasts/BfJoeyBee-WHITETAILDEER.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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...

I’m sure many of you have had a wild animal on your neck while you are driving down the road! As an environmental scientist, many crazy things have happened to me in the wild with critters. This adventure is about the most famous chipmunk of all,...

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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....