Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

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This episode is part of our ongoing collaboration with Gunner Kennels, kicked off by a moving conversation with the company founder Addison Edmonds. We hear about his passion for working dogs and how the legacy of his hunting companion Gunner,
In the last of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from aro
In the fifth of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from ar
In the fourth of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from a
In the third of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from ar
Dr Mark Elbroch is the lead scientists for Panthera's Puma Program. If you want to understand mountain lions this is the show to listen to and he the person to guide you through it. From the evolution to human conflict, this is an important dis
In the second of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from a
In the first of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from ar
Dr Cathy Mayne is an ecologist based in Scotland. We tackle the prickly topic of rewilding, the implications for how we manage deer and our landscape, and what does sustainable living really mean in a world driven by 'progress' and economic gro
Jake Willers is a wildlife documentary filmmaker and National Geographic presenter. He transformed his career from working at the family wildlife park in England to presenting wildlife documentaries around the world. From insects to mountain li
Simon Parker is a journalist, radio and TV presenter, and travel writer, who has lived a restless life forever in search of adventure.  Having travelled half the world's countries, he has reported for numerous major news networks, covering ever
Laura Zerra is most well known from the TV show Naked and Afraid, but there is so much more to who she is. From that the art of letter writing, to hand forging knives and leaving her own bloody footprints in the snow, I was enthused and captiva
What is regenerative agriculture and why is it important? We speak to the senior soil scientist at General Mills, Dr Steven Rosenzweig, about the science, the importance of indigenous knowledge, and how this is being applied in modern farming p
Adeline Fox is the president of the Big Bend Conservation Alliance. Originally established to fight against a proposed gas pipeline cutting across Texas, today they work to protect land, water, dark skies and cultural heritage through grass rou
Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, joins me to discuss the recent controversy surrounding mountain goat management in Grand Teton National Park. We hear the nuances of the problem, and get a blow for
Jake Muise is the co-founder of Maui Nui Venison based in Hawaii. He has turned the problem of an invasive species, the axis deer, into a business which not only helps to manage the ecological impact but puts food on the table. From the economi
James Glancy is a former British Royal Marine turned documentary film-maker. He has a passion for conservation and storytelling, and currently working on film projects for National Geographic and Discovery Channel. From rewilding lynx in Scotla
Editor in Chief of Modern Huntsman, Tyler Sharp, joins me around the table in Montana to talk about the contents of volume 6: the resilience issue. After recounting our experience of watching wolves in Yellowstone, we deep-dive into selected st
Bill Roden is the Chief Marketing Officer for Modern Huntsman. We discuss the outdoors industry, how it interacts with the community and take a view on how this may evolve. We consider the difficulties of integrating people with nature and mome
For the first show of 2021 we are joined by herpetologist and evolutionary biologist, Dr Mark Scherz. We dive into the reasons why naming species is important for conservation, the idea of taxonomic inflation, the problem with habitat fragmenta
For the final episode of the year, I am joined by a team of three women about to embark on an amazing adventure across the wilderness of North America. Creating a feature documentary along the way, Katherine, Caroline and Louisa will explore th
Dr Richard Thomas is the director of communications for Traffic, a non-governmental organisation focused on the sustainable use of wild resources through international trade. From tigers in the U.K. to abalone in South Africa and the global tim
Editor-in-Chief of Sporting Rifle, Peter Carr, comes back on the show to talk about his life, transitioning from skipper to gamekeeper to journalist, and now international conservationist. From the British countryside to the illegal wildlife tr
Marine biologist, Christine Figgener, Ph.D. joins us to discuss the complexities of sea-turtle conservation. From their evolutionary history to environmental threats and their role in marine food webs, we draw on the greater conservation issues
Rob Nelson from www.stoneageman.com joins us for an epic show. From 'radioactive' wolves to fire ecology, dead chickens in your pillow, species conservation, mountain lion attacks, and his new book: Mother Nature Is Not Trying to Kill You.  Sup
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