Download Radio Show The April 25th show featured a conversation with Zach LaPerriere. This is Zach’s fifth time on the show, and the first since early last year. We talked about some of what he’s been doing over the the last year, including multiple public bench commissions he’s been working on. You can find Zach … Read more
Download Radio Show The April 11th show featured a conversation with Chris Rurik, a writer and naturalist. Among other things, we discussed our mutual interest in natural history, and how we approach it. This conversation was originally recorded and aired in May-June 2019. If you have questions or observations you want to share, please feel … Read more
The March 28th show featured a conversation with marine hydrogeologist Rachel Lauer. We spoke about her work investigating the plumbing systems of the sea floor and how water moves around and through faults deep under the ocean surface. This conversation was recorded and originally aired in Fall 2018.
Download Radio Show The March 14th, 2021 show featured a conversation with Bob Armstrong. We spoke his recent efforts to document and learn about insects active winter, and flying squirrels eating deer truffles. Visit Bob’s website with many photos, videos, and other resources collemola.org is the website dedicated to springtails which Bob spoke about. If … Read more
Download Radio Show The February 28th show featured a conversation with Connor Goff. We discussed his goals to increase his species list on iNaturalist, and some of the things he’s found and learned in pursuit of documenting nudibranchs, chitons, and fish, among other things. If you have questions or observations you want to share, please … Read more
Download Radio Show The February 14th show featured a conversation with Kitty LaBounty. Among other things, we spoke about plant adaptations to cold, the Great Backyard Bird Count, and interesting growth patterns she had noticed in a yellow cedar. (Featured image of yellow cedar growth rings courtesy of Kitty LaBounty.) If you have questions or … Read more