Eyes on Conservation


EOC 052: The Forest Birds of Kaua’i with Lisa “Cali” Crampton

Episode Summary: Our guest on today’s show is Lisa “Cali” Crampton, an expert on the forest birds of Kaua’i, the fourth largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago.  Cali’s work as the… Read more »


EOC 051: The Three Musketeers on the Long Trail in 1927

Episode Summary: This is a very special BONUS episode of the podcast!  We have been given permission by the Vermont Historical Society to air an archival interview with Catherine Robbins… Read more »


EOC 050: Musketeers Too – A Family Legacy on the Long Trail

Episode Summary: Today’s guest on the podcast is Cara Clifford Nelson – the granddaughter of Catherine Robbins Clifford, who was  one of the first women to hike the Long Trail… Read more »


EOC 049: Chasing the Fastest Known Time on the Long Trail with Nikki Kimball

Episode Summary: Today marks the first time that we’ve had a professional athlete as a guest on the show!  Nikki Kimball is a distance runner specializing in the ultra-marathon, and she… Read more »


EOC 048: The Mission of the Green Mountain Club with Mike DeBonis

Episode Summary: Today’s guest on the show is the Executive Director of the Green Mountain Club (GMC), Mike DeBonis.  The Green Mountain Club is the non-profit organization responsible for managing… Read more »


EOC 047: Thru-hiking Vermont’s Long Trail with Candy Podolsky

Episode Summary: Our guest on today’s episode of the podcast is my mom, Candy Podolsky.  A couple of years back my mom and I hiked 273 miles through the state… Read more »


On Biology and Bluegrass

****The following is a guest post from wildlife biologist, educator and musician Tate Mason. Tate works as the education director of the interpretive center at the World Center for Birds… Read more »


EOC 046: Grassland Songbird Research and Conservation in Mexico with Erin Strasser

Episode Summary: Our guest on today’s episode of the podcast is biologist and filmmaker Erin Strasser. Erin has been a Wild Lens board member for serval years now, during which… Read more »


Doing Science in Fits and Starts

****The following is another post from Wild Lens volunteer Virginia Schutte, an expert on mangrove conservation who has been working on an Eyes on Conservation video about her work in… Read more »


EOC 043: The Endangered Species Print Project with Jenny Kendler and Molly Schafer

Episode Summary: On today’s episode of the EOC podcast we’re talking with the co-creators of the Endangered Species Print Project (ESPP), an ongoing print series focused on raising both awareness… Read more »