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In Our Backyard

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Hosted by Dr. Ward Stone, distinguished wildlife pathologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the weekly, half-hour show will explore a wide range of environmental areas.

Hosted by Dr. Ward Stone, distinguished wildlife pathologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the weekly, half-hour show will explore a wide range of environmental areas.
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Albany, NY

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Hosted by Dr. Ward Stone, distinguished wildlife pathologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the weekly, half-hour show will explore a wide range of environmental areas.

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English


Episodes

In Our Backyard 03/25/11

3/25/2011
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Why so few rabbits in Burnt Hills, NY? Some thoughts from former New York State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone...

In Our Backyard 03/18/11

3/18/2011
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Do scavengers like crows and vultures ever become sick from eating roadkill that's no longer fresh? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard..

In Our Backyard 03/10/11

3/11/2011
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How do you keep Catskill critters out of your compost pile? More on that in this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 03/04/11

3/4/2011
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The winter weather has forced large numbers of deer onto rural properties in search of food. More on that from former New York State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone...

In Our Backyard 02/25/11

2/25/2011
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Are deer still having a rough time out there this winter? former New York State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone checks in...

In Our Backyard 02/18/11

2/18/2011
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How are area bird populations doing after the recent winter storms? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 02/11/11

2/11/2011
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Bird feeders throughout the region don't seem to be attracting many visitors this winter. Former New York State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone has some suggestions

In Our Backyard 01/28/11

1/28/2011
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What's with the absence of song birds? That's the question one listener has for former NYS Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 01/21/11

1/21/2011
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How are the recent winter storms affecting area wildlife? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 01/14/11

1/14/2011
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Hurricanes, blizzards and storms, oh my! We'll find out how birds make it through rough weather on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 12/31/10

1/6/2011
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Can you protect the birds in your bird feeder from feral cats? Get the answer on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 01/07/11

1/6/2011
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There may be hope for bats suffering from White Nose Syndrome in the Northeast. Find out more on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 12/24/10

12/24/2010
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Where do squirrels go to make it through the winter? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 12/17/10

12/17/2010
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A battle of the squirrels? It's the focus of this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 12/10/10

12/10/2010
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Need some gift ideas this holiday season? Ward Stone has some suggestions...

In Our Backyard 12/03/10

12/3/2010
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This week's edition of In Our Backyard is for the birds!

In Our Backyard 11/26/10

11/26/2010
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Pollution of area lakes? It's the focus of this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 11/19/10

11/19/2010
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Outdoor wood boilers and the smoke they create are the focus of today's program...

In Our Backyard 11/12/10

11/12/2010
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Do rat and mouse poisons remain active in the environment? Hear the answer on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 11/05/10

11/5/2010
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Cougar sightings are the focus of this edition of In Our Backyard...
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