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An informative and lively opportunity for listeners of all ages to learn about and raise awareness of contemporary challenges in wildlife and environmental conservation, both in Africa and parallels in the U.S., while also providing direct avenues to a variety of projects to personally take action and get involved.

An informative and lively opportunity for listeners of all ages to learn about and raise awareness of contemporary challenges in wildlife and environmental conservation, both in Africa and parallels in the U.S., while also providing direct avenues to a variety of projects to personally take action and get involved.
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Location:

Aspen, CO

Networks:

VoiceAmerica

Description:

An informative and lively opportunity for listeners of all ages to learn about and raise awareness of contemporary challenges in wildlife and environmental conservation, both in Africa and parallels in the U.S., while also providing direct avenues to a variety of projects to personally take action and get involved.

Twitter:

@wildize

Language:

English

Contact:

PO Box 3078 Aspen, CO 81612 (970) 923-1795


Episodes

Encore: A Chat Over Tea, Kenya Style with Will Knocker

10/16/2017
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We’re seeing shifts of time, generations and modernization and technology all over the world, and it’s always a good thing to hear the voices from the rest of the world. My guest today, Will Knocker, joins us from Kenya, overlooking Nairobi National Park. Will has lifetimes of knowledge to share as a third generation Kenyan- and an eloquent ability to share both visions of the past and merge them with the present. Sharing conversations, drawing parralles through the lens of living...

Duration: 01:07:15


Let's Get Science Out of the Lab Into The Communities with Dr. Kathy Alexander

10/9/2017
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Transferring data and knowledge gained through research into a journal that sits on a shelf won’t carry us through to creating the interdisciplinary and collaborative results we in the real world-

Duration: 00:56:16


Encore: How Do We Value Wildlife with Calvin Cottar

10/2/2017
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New conservation models and strategies are ripe for out of the box thinking to be responsive to the hierarchy of needs and shifts in both multi-use landscapes and various value systems

Duration: 01:00:52


Rhinos, Lions and Profits-Selling Out Our Wild with Pieter Kat

9/25/2017
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Rapid changes to our entire earth and our wild species and heritage is happening the world over: from climate change to regulations to law enforcement and models that unfortunately end up promoting continued illegal wildlife trade.

Duration: 00:59:27


Encore: For The Love of Lions with Dr. Pieter Kat

9/18/2017
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In a world inundated with captive bred African lions, why are we losing wild lions in Africa? With successful foreign bans against import of

Duration: 00:58:34


Encore: MORE CATS, part 2 Feral Cats and Wildlands

9/11/2017
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In our previous episode we learned the interesting history of cats becoming our pets, yet barely covered the tip of the iceberg of feral cats and their impacts on our world.

Duration: 00:58:22


Encore: CATS CATS CATS with Dr. John Hadidian and Katie Lisnik, HSUS

9/4/2017
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We’re not talking about the furry loveable housecat. There are currently an estimated 30-40 million cats in the US alone, living in our neighborhoods

Duration: 00:57:06


Encore: Dreaming Big with Richard Bonham, Big Life Foundation

8/28/2017
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Today we cap off the trilogy of Big Life Foundation, with my guest Richard Bonham, co-founder and keystone of the trio of creators in the model of Big Life’s structure.

Duration: 00:54:48


Encore: Predators and Pastoralists- with Tom Hill and BigLife Foundation

8/21/2017
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Conservation Economics 101: How do we preserve the African pastoralist lifestyle and cultural heritage, while also securing the landscape and the predators who live within it?

Duration: 00:57:47


Do You See What I See with Nick Brandt and BigLife Foundation

8/14/2017
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East Africa, is just a microcosm, where you can still see open plains shared by so many different people and creatures has a visceral impact on most humans who see it, and fill the most jaded of us with a profound sense of wonder.

Duration: 00:52:03


Where Wild Things Are

8/7/2017
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When engaging in wildness through travel, work or vacation, there comes the time when one crosses the line from the urban mentality into heightened awareness where the wild things are- animals, habitats and ecosystems.

Duration: 00:55:23


Love Lions Alive with Andi Rive

7/31/2017
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There is a huge market in South Africa for dead or soon to become dead lions, from an industry where the value in these spectacular creatures lies in their demise: What they will look like as trophies on the wall, a mats on the floor, or their carcass for the bones.

Duration: 00:59:51


Calling All Citizens Earth is Hiring with Ashwell Glasson

7/24/2017
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Today’s conversation spans across the past several months pointing ways forward.

Duration: 00:53:09


Get Beef Off The Menu At The Lion Buffet with Bill Given

7/17/2017
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Humans and lions have coexisted for tens of thousands of years but rapid expansion of livestock farming in Africa has led to greater conflicts

Duration: 00:58:32


A Whole Lot More than Mans Best Friend, with Dr. Pete Coppolillo

7/10/2017
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Working Dogs for Conservation trains and deploys the world’s best conservation detection dogs, finding everything from invasive beetle larvae

Duration: 00:57:03


Our Astonishing World and the Power of One, Continued

7/3/2017
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Over the many episodes of Our Wild World, we’ve shared the wonder of wildlife and wilderness through a variety of perspectives from scientific, to solutions based

Duration: 00:55:50


Our Astonishing World and the Power of One

6/26/2017
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Over the many episodes of Our Wild World, we’ve shared the wonder of wildlife and wilderness through a variety of perspectives from scientific

Duration: 00:55:19


Personhood and Rights with Steven Wise, Esq.

6/19/2017
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Non - human rights. What does this mean? Who does it refer to? What is at stake and at risk? Who and what does this affect?

Duration: 00:59:07


Reshaping Relationships and Responses Toward Abuse and Maltreatment of Animals with Philip Tedeschi

6/12/2017
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I welcome back Philip Tedeschi from the University of Denver, Institute for Human Animal Connection.

Duration: 00:58:20


When Wild Things Come Out From the Wild

6/5/2017
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The urban wilderness: The bear, raccoon, beaver or the lion in your yard, patrolling your neighborhoods and nearby recreation areas

Duration: 00:56:05

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