Where did ethical hunting go?

August 7th, 2021

With the management of wildlife being dictated by special interest groups in the legislation and states wildlife agencies, I have to question: what has happened to ethical hunting and ethical management of our public lands? When did we go from the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and Management ideals to stomping wolf puppies to death at den sights?

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Brad Orsted Part II — How 2 orphaned bear cubs helped change his life and his story.

March 26th, 2021

This is part 2 of my conversation with Bradley Orsted. Brad is an award winning photographer, podcaster and truth-teller. His journey from tragically losing his daughter through that darkness and how the story of 2 orphaned bear cubs helped him move forward to tell their story and his. 

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Montana’s Legislative Sessions with Marc Cooke President of Wolves of the Rockies. - The War on Wildlife is all a Republican standard

March 12th, 2021

The war on wildlife is real in the state of Montana with numerous trapping bills aiming to kill as many wolves as they can get away with. We want you to understand just how horrible these bills are and just what they mean. 

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Bradley Orsted -Those moments and how wildlife and wilderness helped to find a way through tragedy and grief.

March 7th, 2021

This is one of the most honest, vulnerable and important conversations I have ever had. Brad's story of tragedy, self medication, depression and the amazing journey through it, is as compelling as it is adventurous. It is those moments that can help bring us through some of our darkest times.

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The Yellowstone Wolf Family Tree - bloodlines and stories of Yellowstone’s wolves with Leo Leckie

February 7th, 2021

Leo Leckie is the co-founder of the Yellowstone Wolf Family Tree on Ancestry.com. Leo has given everyone the opportunity to follow the bloodlines as well as the stories behind the wolves of Yellowstone National Park from the reintroduction in 1995 to today. Leo is a writer, an author and an storyteller.

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Suzanne Stone from the wolf reintroduction team to coexistence through non-lethal means Episode 1.

January 22nd, 2021

A wonderful, heartfelt conversation with Suzanne Stone. From her work with the USA/Canada wolf reintroduction team, working for Defenders of Wildlife wolf compensation fund, co-founding the Wood River Wolf Project to her latest and truly most amazing project -- The International Wildlife Coexistence Network. You won't want to miss this the first episode!!

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5th installment on Being a Better Wolf Advocate

January 7th, 2021

This is the 5th segment of a 6 part series on wolf information and why it's important and where to obtain it.   And most important the need to save this information. 

 

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A good long chat about everything with Kristi Lloyd, Chair of the Southwest Michigan group of the Michigan Sierra Club

December 25th, 2020

Listen in as Kim and Kristi spend time on Christmas day talking about wolves, environment and ecosystems in the midwest and western states. This is an unedited, heartfelt conversation from two people that don't hold anything back.

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Being a better wolf & wildlife advocate. # 4 of 6 part series.

November 1st, 2020

Did you ever wonder what the wolf opposition would be?  This short podcast will help prepare and explain what to expect and from who to expect it.  This is the fourth installment in a six-part series designed to help you be a more effective wolf and wildlife advocate.   It's time to be a voice for the voiceless and "Take back our wildlife!" 

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Yellowstone National Park - protecting wolves of the Northern Range with Marc Cooke President of Wolves of the Rockies

October 23rd, 2020

You would think America's 1st National Park would be a safe haven for wolves - well not exactly. Listen up as Marc and Kim chat about the loophole Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks won't close - that is killing more wolves than the quota allows. 

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