We meet some friendly otters in Singapore, go on a night out with some Spanish bats and board a plane via JFK’s new animal terminal, the Ark. Plus: falcon-spotting in London with the ‘grandmother of peregrines’.
This week we're going to learn about some animals that have made their homes in cities alongside humans. Thanks to Corianne who suggested this amazing topic!Further reading:The BBC's Urban Fox FAQToronto vs. RaccoonsThe urban fox has a
Die New Yorker sind Tiernarren. Viele haben Hunde, können sich tagsüber aber nicht um sie kümmern und vertrauen ihre Vierbeiner professionellen Dogwalkern an. Vor allem Musiker und Kreative verdienen ihr Geld mit Gassi gehen.
Zoologist Liza Lehrer from the Urban Wildlife Institute joins us to talk about wild animals living in cities. Turns out many species are our neighbors! Listen in to discover how you can help animals have a good life in the city. Grab the show
In the modern urbanized world it is often forgotten that throughout history humans have been very dependent on animals for their survival and livelihoods. Until recently most humans in the developed world share their cities with animals, in par
This underrated animal has saved countless American soldiers, they were the email of their era, and they can perform as well as doctors, art teachers, and undergraduates after basic training. Come learn about one of the most underestimated ani