All Creatures-logo

All Creatures

Science Podcasts >

The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.

The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.
More Information

Location:

United States

Description:

The mission of the All Creatures Podcast is to educate listeners on the diverse animals that share our planet. We are in the midst of the Earth’s Six Mass Extinction and many animals need our help if they are to survive. Listen to hosts Chris and Angie share their knowledge on a diverse cadre of species including mammals, birds, fish, insects and many others. Learn about how these animals live, where they are from, what they eat, and what issues they are facing in trying to survive. Share your knowledge with others. Together we can make a difference.

Language:

English

Contact:

352-512-8074


Episodes

Episode 44: A New Zealand Treasure, The Kiwi

7/17/2018
More
This week we cover a New Zealand icon, the Kiwi. While this is a long episode it is one not to miss. New Zealand has such a unique biome and is overcoming many incredible challeneges for their native species. We cover the Kiwi and in turn cover how New Zealand is fighting to preserve its natural landscape. Show notes HERE Please consider visiting our Patreon page HERE.

Duration:01:25:33

This Week in Conservation for July 13, 2018

7/13/2018
More
This week we are joined with Jesse Golden. We open up with discussing Iceland’s continued whale hunt and the killing of a a critically-endangered blue whale. We then discuss alternatives to thinking of conservation, how palm oil is actually sustainable or not, orcas in trouble in the Pacific, de-extinciton is not the answer and more. Join us to learn about the highlights in the week of conservation news. Show notes are HERE

Duration:00:45:28

Episode 43: Angels of the Deep, The Manta Ray

7/10/2018
More
There are two species of Manta Ray. The Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris) is the larger of the two. The Reef Manta Ray (Manta alfredi) is the other. The large ocean-going creatures are found all around the world in temperate oceans. They have been seen as far north as parts of Japan in the Pacific and New Jersey off the coast of the United States. They have been found as far south as northern New Zealand and off the coasts off Ecuador They both are listed as vulnerable and are being fished...

Duration:01:15:58

This Week in Conservation for July 6, 2018

7/6/2018
More
This week we again are joined with Jim Weinpress. We first discuss how a honey badger went up and attacked a large South African Oryx. Apparently even after being butted and tossed, the honey badger kept at it. Eventually it walked away not injured, except maybe its pride. We then discuss this week’s social media storm of an American woman posing with the giraffe she shot and killed in South Africa. Is trophy hunting helping or hurting conservation? We then chat about saildrones from NOAA,...

Duration:00:47:55

Episode 42: Snake and Sea Turtle Conservation with Dr. David A. Steen

7/5/2018
More
Dr. David A. Steen is a wildlife ecologist and renowned scientist studying snakes and now sea turtles. He is currently a research scientist with the Georgia Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island, Georgia within the United States. He is formally a faculty member from Auburn University where he earned his PhD in 2011. He also earned his Master’s of Science degree from New York-College of Environmental Science and Forestry and his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire....

Duration:00:49:48

Episode 41: Rattling with Rattlesnakes

7/3/2018
More
The Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) is just 1 of 3,600 species of snake. They belong to the family of Viperidae, which is a family of venomous snakes found throughout the world except Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand, Madagascar, Ireland, Hawaii and other islands. While feared, death from snake bites are extremely rare (5-6 citizens in the US) compared to other animals and other causes (car accidents). These animals are more afraid of you than you should be of...

Duration:01:16:58

This Week in Conservation for June 29, 2018

6/29/2018
More
This week we discuss Iceland resuming whaling of the endangered fin whale. Despite international outcry, Iceland this week slaughtered its first fin whale, which is tragic for a protected species. However, much of the other news in conservation is very positive with Canada pledging millions to whale conservation, Chefs fighting for sustainable seafood, jaguars on the rise in Mexico and more. Show notes can be found HERE.

Duration:00:44:19

Episode 40: Hooked on Cape Buffalo

6/26/2018
More
The Cape Buffalo is the common name for the African Buffalo. Known as a cankerous, tough bovid, these animals survive everything Africa throws at them and more. Listen to another fun episode talking about one of the big 5 from Africa. Show notes can be found HERE. Please consider visiting our Patreon page HERE. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:14:13

The Week in Conservation News for June 22, 2018

6/22/2018
More
This week we are joined with Jim Weinpress. Chirs and Jim discuss the latest on the Amazon rain forest, manatee and bottlenose dolphin research, a discovery on the manta ray, and more. Show notes can be found HERE

Duration:00:47:38

Episode 39: Water Clowns, The North American River Otter

6/19/2018
More
The North American River Otter is a member of the Mustelid family. They range from the southern United States up through Canada and Alaska. While classified as least concern, their populations are in decline. Show notes can be found HERE Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:08:28

The Week in Conservation News for June 15, 2018

6/15/2018
More
Amur Leopard births, Nature shows and your health, Britains exintinction crisis, technology helping conservation and more. Show note can be found HERE. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:00:45:59

Episode 38: Manatee Research with Jonathan Cowart

6/14/2018
More
Jonathan Cowart is finishing his PhD at the University of Florida and is one of the few scientists who understands manatee reproduction. His research is taking him all over the world and in this interview we cover much of his research in manatee reproduction and more. Show notes can be found HERE. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:00:57:44

Episode 37: Manatees, Sea Cows That Don’t Moo

6/12/2018
More
Manatees belong to the Sirenian family, which consists of the West Indian Manatee, West African Manatee, and thier relative the Digong. The West Indian Manatee has two subspecies, the Florida and Antillean Manatee. All of these species are listed as vulnerable to extinction. Listen to learn more about these so-called “Sea Cows.” Show notes can be found HERE. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:08:43

The Week in Conservation News for June 8, 2018

6/8/2018
More
This week we discuss the good news for gorillas, how artificial intelligence is aiding conservation, sad news in Thailand and much more. Show notes can be found here.

Duration:00:43:01

Episode 36: Plight of the Pangolin with Bill Ziegler

6/6/2018
More
Pangolins are the number one trafficked animal in the world. People like Mr. Bill Ziegler have dedicated their lives to their conservation and working hard to save other endangered species. Show notes can be found here. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:01:52

Episode 35: Ships of the Desert, The Bactrian Camel

6/5/2018
More
Adapted to the extremes of Earth’s harshest climates. Click HERE for show notes. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:06:09

The Week in Conservation News for June 1 2018

6/1/2018
More
Listen as we pick stories highlighting the week in conservation. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:00:44:28

Episode 34 Respect, Don’t Fear The Hyena

5/29/2018
More
Click HERE for show notes. Please consider visiting our Patreon page here. Thank you for following us and subscribing.

Duration:01:14:01

This Week in Conservation for May 25, 2018

5/25/2018
More
Show Notes here

Duration:00:41:18

Episode 33: Animal Care with Jim Weinpress

5/24/2018
More
Episode 33 Jim Weinpress Interview Show Notes Consider supporting the podcast by vising the All Creatures Patreon Page.

Duration:00:50:33