Projects for Wildlife Podcast

Projects for Wildlife Podcast

Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from wildlife conservation project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit both wildlife and humans. Alicia Amerson hosts interviews with project leaders from around the world about their struggles and triumphs in wildlife conservation. She dives into solo episodes sharing lessons learned from 17 years of environmental project management experience. These stories will lead you to think big, take action, and create your own project for wildlife. Now, let's go stand up for what we stand on! http://www.projectsforwildlife.com... Show More

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September 15, 2020 45 min

Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode076

Connect with Dawn: http://www.nanpa.org/

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Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode075 WHERE TO FIND US: www.projectsforwildlife.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/projectsforwildlife Instagram: www.instagram.com/projectsforwildlife SPEAK UP FOR BLUE network: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/projects-for-wildlife-podcast/id1447156335 https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iwrwftbcic2v4xbgobilmcw2ddu https://open.spotify.com/show/6uaLm4c6KwVh...

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Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode074 WHERE TO FIND US: www.projectsforwildlife.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/projectsforwildlife Instagram: www.instagram.com/projectsforwildlife In The Field: www.projectsforwildlife.com/inthefield SPEAK UP FOR BLUE network: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/projects-for-wildlife-podcast/id1447156335 https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iwrwftbcic2v4xbgo...

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Today’s episode is all about Getting Things Done.

I am excited to share this methodology with you and a few apps that will help your productivity success in an stress-free way!

Before I started to use GTD my to-do list consists of one-word items like a grocery store list, dog food, post office, call mom, post its, etc, with no defined meaning.

If you take anything away from today, this is the most important thing… yes I am giving i...

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Kristin Combs is the the executive director of Wyoming Wildlife Advocates and organization that has the mission to inform, educate, empower communities to preserve our wild legacy, protect our shared wildlife and modernize wildlife management across the state of Wyoming. Kristin has nine years of non-profit administration experience, nearly four years working in public science education, and four years advocating for science-based ...

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Josh Asel a self made wildlife conservationist and photojournalist. He recently launched Art for Earth, his feature website where he shares conservation stories and his images.

www.joshasel.com

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/josh-asel-3389025a/

https://www.facebook.com/joshua.asel.707

Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode071

WHERE TO FIND US: www.projectsforwildlife.com

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Dr. Kristin Weiss and Buttercup the Oceanpup. Dr. Kristen Weiss is currently Communications Coordinator for the Long Term Ecological Research network.

Previously, she was an early career fellow in Science Communication at the Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, and before that a lecturer in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Southern California where she taught courses focused on ecology, sustainabi...

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Dr. Chris Parsons is one of the primary podcast hosts in the Speak Up For Blue network. I met Chris as I trotted along through a sustainable whale-watching research project at Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Dr. Chris Parsons has been involved in whale and dolphin research for over two decades and has been involved in projects on every continent. Dr. Parsons is currently a consultant for a number of environmental groups in Wa...

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Kathi George is the Global Response Project Manager for the Marine Mammal Center located in Sausalito, CA. She has over 15 years of experience with marine mammal entanglements, specializing in entangled whale response. She’s been on several large whale entanglement cases and trained many volunteers on how disentangle a whale. Kathi and I have been friends for several years now. We met when she first started the California Whale Res...

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Paul Bunker who trains dogs for conservation detection work. He started a new business called Chiron K-9 after his career as a military veteran dog trainer. Today we are going to talk about the horned lizard in Texas and his work with detective dogs and researchers.

https://www.chiron-k9.com/

WHERE TO FIND US:

www.projectsforwildlife.com

JOIN US IN THE FIELD:

www.projectsforwildlife.com/inthefield

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Angela Grimes is the Chief Executive Officer of Born Free USA. In 2002, Born Free USA was launched in the United States to bring Born Free’s vision to the American public. The vision is for a co-existent future where humans no longer exploit wild animals. Born Free also operates the largest Primate Sanctuary in the United States. The 175-acre sanctuary, located in south Texas, provides a safe, permanent home to approximately 475 mo...

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Dan Flores is the author of 10 books on western US history include the New York Times Best seller Coyote America, he is A B. Hammond Professor Emeritus at the University of Montana and lives in my home state of New Mexico. About 45 minutes south of my home town in Santa Fe. Coyote America, if you haven’t already listened to or read the book will teach you a lot about coyotes, humans, and the resilience of the American Song Dog. And...

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Dr. Stanley D. Gehrt is the Principal Investigator of the Cook County Coyote Project, having initiated the study in 2000. As Chair of the Center for Wildlife Research at the Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation, he directs a variety of research projects both at the Foundation and around the country. Dr. Gehrt continues to supervise many daily aspects of the project while working full-time as a Professor and Extension specialist at The Oh...

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Conservationist and Photographer, Celina Chien, is giving a voice to wildlife in the age of the Anthropocene.

"I stumbled across a few other photographers and I realized that I've never even considered it before as a medium of \ communicating conservation and communicating science but I found that it was the perfect bridge between conservation and scientists and the academic world and the public because, you know, we hear a...

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One of the most powerful skills to master as a conservation project manager is communication, put simply know when it is time to talk, and not talk just for the sake of talking. We’ve all been to one of these meetings where someone just keeps talking about something that was covered already. Wishing the project manager would redirect the conversation back to the agenda. Or wishing the project manager would just end the meeting so t...

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Gulick's recent work focuses on the Tongass National Forest of Alaska. The Tongass contains one-third of the world's remaining old-growth coastal temperate rainforests, and the largest reserves of old-growth forests left in the United States. Her book, “Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest,” is the recipient of an Independent Publisher Book Award and two Nautilus Book Awards. See www.salmoninthetree...

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Today on the podcast is Jaymi Heimbuch! She has two goals the first is to  Make a positive impact for conservation through photography and storytelling. And second is to Provide training and tools for fellow photographers seeking to do the same. She does this through a variety of wildlife projects like the Urban Coyote Initiative and Watershed Sentinels projects and her newly launched Wild Ideas Lab. Not only is she serious about c...

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We met in Jackson Wyoming in Sept 2019. Morgan has a heart of gold and is 100% committed to telling stories that move people and connect them to wildlife, and even see them in a new perspective. If you have an inspiring conservation storyteller in your family, friend group or happen to be one this episode is for you! Morgan is a Senior Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers and a former board member of t...

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Katie Schuler is a new friend I met at Jackson Wild and the International League of Conservation Photographers Wild Speak West in September 2019. I was completely surprised and inspired by Katie’s commitment to work on the world’s most trafficked mammal. She is an advocate for the planet’s most at-risk species, Katie operates at the nexus between science, empathy, and storytelling. More than a decade of filmmaking across six contin...

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Suzie Marlow is a bounder and research scientist for the Rogue Dog Detection org. She has the coolest job in the world - in my opinion! She gets to take her dog into the field and find wildlife. I am excited to share this episode today!

In 2019 I met another bounder Jennifer Hartman at the Wildlife Society Conference in Reno - since then I've been following their amazing projects on social media.

Rogue Detection Dogs bring the ...

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