Into The Wild

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Listeners of Into The Wild will know that I am always keen to talk about topics that can often be divisive or that people will already have strong views on. This is mainly because these topics sometimes have biases from each side when being dis
FINALLY, after 72 episodes we are talking about my favourite group of animals, crocodilians! A few months ago I stumbled across someone on Twitter who was sharing the most adorable baby Alligator content. So it's no surprise that this person j
If you're a fan of nature (of course you are) & you're on social media (very likely too) then you will know that within the conservation industry there often debates or dare I say battles between people or organisations with opposing views. For
It's been made incredibly clear that Jan & I love gardening & we spoke about that on the last episode of Into The Foliage HOWEVER one thing we haven't focused on yet is how to garden whilst being kind to the planet & wildlife. On this episode,
I've genuinely never heard someone say "Sloths? Me? Nah, not a fan." Because how could anyone not love them. So when I was sat wondering what animal to talk about next, it hit me......slowly (because it was a Sloth). Joining me on this week's
Nature is wonderful. It's beautiful. It's interesting. It's cute. It's simply something that many of us adore & need within our lives........HOWEVER there are also parts of nature that we don't like. You simply can't like every part of it, it's
For months, everyone was told to stay indoors or told to limit their time outside to only 1 hour meaning people around the world suddenly started to look more & appreciate local wildlife & greenspaces on their doorsteps. One person who did this
INTO THE WILD IS BACK! Nature nerds worry no more, I (Ryan) have enjoyed my month of & now we are back to bring you weekly episodes of chat all about wildlife, the planet & everything that lives on it.  Lions. Probably the most well known ani
Quick Note: I can't believe I'm about to say this but.....I'M TAKING A MONTH OFF! This is a big deal for Ryan Dalton, as I never do this. This episode is our last episode until August 2021. Then we will be back with much more nature chat for yo
When I decided to chat about squirrels & how to manage nature media there really, REALLY was only 1 person I could chat with & that's wildlife photographer & creator of the wildlife film, The Squirrels & Me, Dani Connor. Dani dives in to tell
There's organisations around the world dedicated to saving birds, mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians, insects, plants but did anyone every stop to think that these lines cross over? By saving fish we may just save some amphibians? Or by saving
Well, it seems like so long ago but here we are back at trying to get Ryan (me) Into Birding......*sigh*..... Last time I spoke to Jack, Lucy & Indy about why they like birds & gave them the opportunity to 'take me under their wing' BUT THIS T
The best thing about hosting this side series is the amount that Jan & I learn! Sometimes we just sit back after a show, have a chat & take in all the information. So, we decided for Episode 6 of Into The Foliage, we would record a simple chat
Beavers in Devon. White storks in Sussex. A blooming Walrus in Wales & now it's in Devon. I sit here in London hosting this show thinking......what's happening here? What do we have in "the big smoke"? Well on todays show we dive slightly into
As many of you know, Into The Wild has discussed hunting on the show before & we have discussed bird crime in the UK. It may surprise you to know that I also sometimes get DM's calling me biased due to the guests I have on my show (LOL) SO beca
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week & in the last 12 months, we have never been more aware & protective of our mental health. This year The Mental Health Foundation has selected Nature as their theme & boy do I understand the importance n
"LET'S JUST GET THEM BACK IN THE WILD!" Sure, it's an easy sentence to say & definitely easy to believe but, how easy is it? This week I chat with with ecologist & naturalist Pete Cooper about how animals can go from enclosures, to the wild. P
When we think of the youth fighting to save the planet, we think of the Greta's of the world. Starting & joining marches, creating petitions & talking with the decision makers, all very important stuff, but sometimes, the youth go at it a diffe
They are the most powerful, impressive & important things on this planet. We walk past them most days but how often do we appreciate them. Well in this episode of Into The Foliage, Jan & Ryan chat with author & tree expert Paul Wood about treme
Well, everyone else is talking about it so I thought I would too! Seaspiracy, a film that needed to be made but when it was, was it done right or were there missed opportunities & misinformed messages? I certainly felt like there was but I don
Considering this is episode 54, I think I should win a medal for this being the first time I have actively discussed veganism with a guest (I type I as sit here in a t-shirt that says "Vegan Babe".) This week I chat with wildlife presenter & f
The environment has always, for what I can remember, needed protecting & needed a voice. In the last few years, no voice has been louder & clearer than that of the youth generation. This week I am joined by campaigner & environmental activist,
The Bahamas. A place we all know we want to go to but we rarely hear about when it comes to the environment or wildlife. What's happening out there? What wildlife can you see? What challenges is it facing? Well on this episode I talk with Baham
If you suffer from nature envy, go into this episode with a little caution, I wish I had! This week I am joined by naturalist, biologist & photographer, Gina Zwicky as we trek through the swamps & over the boardwalks of New Orleans to talk abou
In the last couple of weeks, people in England, Wales & Northern Ireland would have received a little piece of paper asking them to take part in the 2021 census. The census is there to get an understanding of households, populations, health sta
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