The Path of the Jaguar
Over 60% of Belize is in a natural, wild state, but development is threatening the movements of the jaguars. In this episode, I'll meet the people who are trying to help protect these jungle cats.
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Chris Morgan takes listeners around the world to Italy, Germany and his own backyard of the Pacific Northwest to explore the beauty and wonder of the outdoors and its inhabitants. From beavers to wolves to grizzly bears we experience up close the resilient power of nature and our relationship with it.
Animal Psychology and How to Stay Safe in the Wild (From season 1)
Learn how you can support The Wild and can get early access to new episodes and bonus content by going to our donation page. When you’re outside hiking or camping and you encounter an animal, it’s important to understand what’s ...
So, you've caught a cougar. Now what? (Tech 2)
Consider supporting The Wild by making a financial gift. Find out more information at our donation page. As technology has advanced in the research community, scientists are now faced with an ironic issue: they have become so overwhelmed with data ...
BONUS - Learning to listen with Gordon Hempton
Gordon Hempton has spent his entire career trying to answer that question. You may remember Gordon from our earlier episode about searching for silence. We headed out to the wilderness of the Olympic Peninsula, to the Hoh Rainforest, looking for ...
BONUS - Jeff Wilson and Mark Smith Full Interview
Filmmakers Jeff Wilson and Mark Smith spent four months in a tiny shack in the Antarctic documenting a colony of 500,000 Adelie penguins. They endured 130 mile hour winds, sub-zero temperatures and penguin poop…lots of penguin poop. This is an ...