All posts tagged conservation podcast


Baird’s Tapir: Sam Jones talks with Niall McCann in Honduras

This is a Talking Naturally ‘Other Voices’ podcast, a conversation between biologists Sam Jones and Niall McCann recorded in July 2012 at Cusuco National Park in Honduras when Sam was working in Honduras as a research ornithologist and worked with […]

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Chytrid Fungus: Sam Jones talks with Jon Kolby in Honduras

This is a Talking Naturally 'Other Voices' podcast, a conversation between biologists Sam Jones and Jon Kolby recorded in July 2012 at Cusuco National Park in Honduras


TN90 Jeff Gordon, President of the American Birding Association

What is the ABA, what is its role, how does it fit into the North American birding landscape, what are its plan for the future, and why might

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TN85 Andres Bosso on the Hooded Grebe

A conversation with Andres Bosso, a Member of BirdLife's Global Council and former CEO and current International Cooperation Programme Director of Aves Argentinas, about the work being done

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TN82 Dr Erik Patel on the Critically Endangered Silky Sifaka Lemur

A conversation with primatologist Dr Erik R. Patel on his fascinating work in Madagascar where he has been studying the behavioral biology and conservation of one of the

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TN81 Nial Moores (Birds Korea) Update on Scaly-sided Mergansers

A conversation with Nial Moores, Director of Birds Korea, on the Endangered Scaly-sided Merganser Mergus squamatus. In winter the ROK/South Korea holds an important proportion of the global


TN79 Dr Christoph Zockler and an update on the Spoon-billed Sandpiper

A conversation with Dr Christoph Zockler of ArcCona Consulting and co-ordinator of the EAAFP Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force. The podcast was recorded less than a week after Christoph


TN77 James Currie on filming the ‘Bogota Sunangel’

A conversation with James Currie, owner and host of the Nikon-sponsored Birding Adventures TV, who last week had the fantastic opportunity to film a newly-discovered hummingbird in north-eastern

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TN75 The RSPB’s Simon Tonkin and wildlife-friendly farming

A wide-ranging podcast recorded during a day spent with Simon Tonkin, the RSPB's Senior Farmland Conservation Officer, and farmers Michael Sly and Dick Johnson both of whom farm


TN74 CABS’ Andrea Rutigliano on the illegal hunting of songbirds in Italy

A conversation with Andrea Rutigliano an Italian team leader working with the Bonn-based Committee against Bird Slaughter (CABS - or Komitee gegen den Vogelmord in German). The conversation


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