EOC Podcast

05/06
2015

Aikhag: A Personal Journey

On the remote island of Aiktak in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, wildlife researcher Mikaela Howie spent four months monitoring seabird populations. Mikaela, along with one additional field biologist, lived… Read more »




04/29
2015

EOC 021: Filmmaker Interviews at the International Wildlife Film Festival

Episode Summary: We have a very special episode of the podcast for you today – instead of one expert interview we have a series of interviews with a wide variety… Read more »




04/15
2015

EOC 020: Fire Ecology and the Harvester Ant with Robin Verble-Pearson

Episode Summary: Today on the EOC podcast we’re talking with Texas Tech University professor Robin Verble-Pearson. Robin was featured in our latest EOC film about the Texas Horned Lizard –… Read more »




04/08
2015

EOC 019: Music Inspired by the Natural World with Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer

Episode Summary: Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer write and record music inspired by wildlife and the natural world. Their new album, Maritime was intentionally written to evoke a strong sense… Read more »




04/01
2015

The Texas Horned Lizard

Rachel Granberg is a recent masters graduate from Texas Tech University who’s research was focused on Texas horned lizard habitat loss and degradation in central Texas, where the species has experienced… Read more »




04/01
2015

EOC 018: Texas Horned Lizard Research with Rachel Granberg

Episode Summary: In today’s episode of the podcast we’ll hear from Texas Horned Lizard expert Rachel Granberg. Rachel shares with us her vast knowledge of this fascinating little animal, and… Read more »




03/31
2015

Vultures of East Africa: Averting the Crisis

Vulture populations in East Africa are facing the threat of very serious declines. Can the African vulture crisis be averted through outreach and education programs? There is hope, and in… Read more »




03/31
2015

Vultures of East Africa: Investigating Declines using GSM-GPS Telemetry

As a part of her doctoral research, Corinne Kendall used GPS technology to investigate the dramatic declines seen in vulture populations in Eastern Africa. By trapping and attaching GPS units… Read more »




03/25
2015

EOC 017: From Field Biologist to Filmmaker – Part Two: the Shooting Guide

Episode Summary: In part two of our ongoing series, From Field Biologist to Filmmaker, I talk about the next stage of my transition into a full-time filmmaker. One of the most… Read more »




03/18
2015

EOC 016: Studying the Egyptian Vulture in Ethiopia and the Middle East with Evan Buechley

Episode Summary: Today’s episode of the podcast is a continuation of this month’s theme of vulture conservation across the globe. Our guest is PhD candidate at the University of Utah,… Read more »