Eyes on Conservation

06/06
2017

EOC 124: The Ecological Importance of High Intensity Forest Fires with Monica Bond

Listen to this episode in iTunes   Today’s guest on the show is Monica Bond from the Wild Nature Institute.  Monica was one of our first guests on the podcast… Read more »




06/05
2017

Last of the Longnecks: A Film Review

Last of the Longnecks A Film Review by Sarah Chinn Photos by Derek E. Lee, Wild Nature Institute In 2016 filmmaker Ashley Scott Davidson of the boutique film production company Iniosante… Read more »




05/22
2017

The Ivory Game: A Film Review

A review by Brandon Navratil   The Ivory Game is a full-length documentary produced by Red Bull’s Terra Mater Film Studios and Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen’s Vulcan Productions, in… Read more »




05/19
2017

Endangered Species Day, Every Day

Rather than saying “Happy Endangered Species Day” to you, I want to emphasize what kind of message this annual day of observance really intends to convey: Earth’s species are at… Read more »




05/15
2017

Project Puffin: A Story Review

The book is Project Puffin: The Improbable Quest to Bring a Beloved Seabird Back to Egg Rock by Stephen W. Kress and Derrick Z. Jackson As a “Puffineer” of three seasons… Read more »




05/05
2017

Climate Movement Elicits Action After the Fact

With the People’s Climate Movement close on the heels of the worldwide Science March, concerned citizens are working hard to keep climate change in the mind of the public and,… Read more »

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05/03
2017

EOC 120: Badger Buries Cow REDUX – How the Story went Viral and What it Means for Badgers

Listen to this episode in iTunes   Today on the podcast we are discussing a particularly interesting viral media story that I’m guessing a bunch of folks out there in… Read more »




04/17
2017

Coral Bleaching: Death of a Once-Rich Reef

As sea temperatures rise with the ever-growing impact of climate change, we are left to witness the deadly ripple effects expand across one of the most richly biodiverse areas on earth and… Read more »




04/09
2017

Drones Over Wildlife: Harassed From Above?

On Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge last summer, while working for Audubon’s Project Puffin monitoring seabird nesting colonies, five of us researchers were relaxing on the porch of our cabin… Read more »




12/02
2016

The American Kestrel

The American Kestrel North America’s smallest falcon species, the American Kestrel is a unique and fascinating animal. It is our most colorful raptor, and also one of the few raptors… Read more »