Wildlife

Episode 61. Art Wolfe: The Creation of ‘Wild Lives’ and Other Favorite Books, Keys to Making Wildlife Photos with Impact, and Escaping the Creative and Artistic Rut

Art Wolfe is an American nature, wildlife, and cultural photographer who travels the world leading photography workshops and creating award-winning images for his dozens of books. His photography career spans five decades and covers every continent on Earth.

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Episode 58. Meet The New Hosts of Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom: Peter Gros and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

Peter Gros and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant are hosts of the new Mutual of Omaha’s “Wild Kingdom Protecting The Wild’ TV show airing on NBC, which is the successor to the classic Wild Kingdom that aired on the same network from 1963 – 1988. Peter Gros was a host from the original series during episodes in the 1980s and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant is a National Geographic Explorer and research faculty member at the University of California – Santa Barbara. 

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Episode 56. Dr. Tom Smith: How Not To Get Mauled By a Bear, Defensive Strategies, Safety, and Peaceful Coexistence

Dr. Tom Smith is a professor at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he studies human-wildlife conflicts, particularly involving all three species of North American bears and mountain sheep. He also worked with the United States government in southwestern Alaska where he served from 1992-2006 as a research biologist for the National Park Service and USGS.

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Episode 52. Hanne Strager: The Killer Whale Journals and Our Love and Fear of Orcas

Hanne Strager is a Danish biologist, whale researcher, and author of the award-winning book, The Killer Whale Journals: Our Love and Fear of Orcas and A Modest Genius: The Story of Darwin’s Life and How His Ideas Changed Everything. Hanne co-founded Norway’s Andenes Whale Center and has served as the Director of Exhibitions at the Natural History Museum of Denmark.

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Episode 49. Will Burrard-Lucas, Wildlife Photographer, Inventor, Entrepreneur: Pursuit of the Black Leopard and Beyond

Will Burrard-Lucas is a British wildlife photographer, best known for innovative camera techniques and devices that allow him to capture unique perspectives on wildlife not usually seen otherwise. He’s the founder of Camtraptions, a company specializing in creative technology and photographic contraptions, including the Beetlecam and his own camera traps.

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Episode 47. Dr. Austin Gallagher, Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’ Host: Eye To Eye With Monster Great Whites from the ‘Belly of the Beast’ and Shark Conservation

Dr. Austin Gallagher is an American marine biologist, researcher, explorer, author and entrepreneur. He’s best known for his extensive research on sharks and hosting and producing content for the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming. His shark research has taken him all across the globe on more than 50 scientific expeditions and he’s published more than 100 scientific papers.

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Episode 44. On Location in Nairobi with Raabia Hawa: Founder and Executive Director of the Ulinzi Africa Foundation

Raabia Hawa abandoned a successful career in radio and TV to found the Ulinzi Africa Foundation, East Africa’s very first NGO to help Kenya rangers in their fight against wildlife poaching. Recorded in person during Richard’s recent trip to Nairobi, Raabia talks about her career, her personal and professional transformation from radio and TV personality to wildlife warrior, the evils of wildlife poaching, the dangers of working in Kenya’s Tana River Delta, trophy hunting, being underestimated and much more.

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Episode 27. Jeff Corwin: TV Host and Celebrity Wildlife Biologist on Snake Encounters, Endangered Species, and Steve Irwin

Jeff Corwin is a passionate wildlife conservationist and activist, best known for hosting Disney Channel’s ‘Going Wild with Jeff Corwin’, ‘The Jeff Corwin Experience’ on Animal Planet, and ABC’s ‘Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin’. His new series’ Wildlife Nation’ highlights North American wildlife and the inspiring partners working together to save them from the brink of extinction.

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Episode 23. Will Travers, President of the Born Free Foundation: Why Wildlife Matters

Will Travers OBE is the executive president and co-founder of the international wildlife charity Born Free. His parents starred in the oscar winning movie Born Free, where Will, as a young child, traveled to Kenya and established his passion for wildlife conservation –  in 2012, Will was awarded an ‘OBE’ for his conservation and animal welfare services. As a passionate animal rights activist, he manages to safeguard wildlife conservation across regions in Africa, Asia, America, and Europe.  Will is also the ‘President of the Species Survival Network’ and a member of the ‘IUCN SSC Reintroduction Specialist Group’. 

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