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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

IOBY - Program 65 - 01-20-12

1/20/2012
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On this week's segment, Ward Stone looks at the proper procedure for feeding some feathered winter visitors.

In Our Backyard 01/13/12

1/13/2012
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On today's segment, we look at some local wildlife whose fondness for staying out of sight may have made it a local legend.

In Our Backyard 01/06/12

1/6/2012
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On this week's segment, a listener writes in with a question about some of flying, feathered friends that haven't dropped by in a few years.

In Our Backyard 12/30/11

12/29/2011
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On this edition of In Our Backyard, we'll look at a situation where wildlife and humans meet, with some tragic and messy consequences.

In Our Backyard 12/23/11

12/23/2011
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On this week's segment we'll answer a question sent in by some local students regarding an insect they found in their school yard.

In Our Backyard 12/16/11

12/16/2011
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What do bats do for the environment, and do they ever come indoors in the winter? We tackle two "batty" questions on this edition of In Our Backyard.

In Our Backyard 12/9/11

12/9/2011
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It's rats vs. squirrels on this edition of In Our Backyard.

In Our Backyard 12/02/11

12/2/2011
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Ward tackles a question about some creepy, crawling creatures that can hide out in our backyards on this edition of In Our Backyard.

In Our Backyard 11/25/11

11/25/2011
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What would the pilgrims and American Indians at Plymouth have eaten the day after Thanksgiving? Ward gives his take on the first T-Day leftovers, on this edition of In Our Backyard.

In Our Backyard 11/18/11

11/18/2011
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This week, Ward takes a listener question about a place in Columbia County, New York where the streams have no name, or do they?

In Our Backyard 09/30/11

9/30/2011
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How has Tropical Storm Irene impacted area wildlife? It's the focus of this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 09/09/11

9/9/2011
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Will less bats result in more insects? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 09/02/11

9/2/2011
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Although human residents have been struggling with the effects of Tropical Storm Irene on the region, animal residents have also been having a difficult time. More from former New York State Wildlife Pathologist Ward Stone on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 08/26/11

8/26/2011
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Climate change, and its impact on species in the region. It's the focus of this edition of In Our Backyard with Ward Stone...

In Our Backyard 08/19/11

8/19/2011
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Can barn swallows predict the weather? Find out more on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 08/12/11

8/12/2011
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How dangerous and probable are infections from tick bites? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 08/05/11

8/5/2011
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It's the mystery of the banded pigeon on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 07/29/11

7/29/2011
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Are wild deer starting to compete with domestic dogs for territory? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 07/22/11

7/22/2011
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How common are coyote attacks on humans? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...

In Our Backyard 07/15/11

7/15/2011
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Can technology help us to better detect ticks on the human body? Find out on this edition of In Our Backyard...
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