Episodes

Episode 077 - The Triple Constraint and Project Manager Training

Oct. 31, 2020

Show notes for this episode: www.projectsforwildlife.com/episode077 WHERE TO FIND US: www.projectsforwildlife.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/projectsforwildlife Instagram: www.instagram.com/projectsforwildlife In The Field:...

Episode 076 - Dawn Wilson talks about Alaskan Bears and the pebble mine proposal and how photographs can save the bears

Sept. 15, 2020

Show notes for this episode: Connect with Dawn: facebook.com/dawnwilsonphotography instagram.com/dawnwilsonphoto twitter.com/dawnwilsonphoto flickr.com/photos/dawnwilsonphotography WHERE TO FIND US: Facebook: Instagram: In The Field: SPEAK UP...

Episode 075 - Stephanie Boyles Griffin researches ways to help humans live with wildlife in urban areas

Aug. 18, 2020

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:...

Episode 074 - Lynette Plenderleith shares her love for frogs and saving their habitat

July 28, 2020

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:...

Episode 073 - 5 Steps to Get Things Done (GTD) & 3 Bonus Apps

July 14, 2020

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...

Episode 072 - Kristin Combs talks about the impacts humans have on wildlife in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem

June 30, 2020

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...

Episode 071 - Josh Asel shares why photography connects him to nature and storytelling

June 16, 2020

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. Show notes for this episode: WHERE TO FIND US: Facebook: Instagram:...

Episode 070 - Dr. Kristen Weiss and Buttercup the Oceanpup share how project commitment leads to impact

June 2, 2020

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...

Episode 069 - Dr. Chris Parsons talks shop on ecotourism, conservation projects, and podcasts

May 19, 2020

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...

Episode 068 - Kathi George leads whale entanglement solutions and volunteers in California

May 5, 2020

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...

Episode 067 - Paul Bunker shares how training dogs is effective for conservation in Texas

April 21, 2020

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...

Episode 066 - Angela Grimes shares Born Free's rescue of five monkeys from a roadside zoo

April 7, 2020

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...

Episode 065 - Dan Flores makes us fall in love with coyotes through a beautifully written biography

March 24, 2020

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...

Episode 064 - Dr. Stan Gerht shares his urban coyote research from the past 20 years

March 17, 2020

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...

Episode 063 - Celina Chien begins her conservation career using photography to share biology stories

March 10, 2020

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...

Episode 062 - Communicate Like A Conservation Project Manager

March 3, 2020

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...

Episode 061 - Amy Gulick connects wild salmon to the rest of the world through beautiful stories

Feb. 25, 2020

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...

Episode 060- Jaymi Heimbuch uses project management for wildlife conservation storytelling

Feb. 18, 2020

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....