Howdy Roamers and thanks for stopping by for the second in our series on moose! Lee, Sam and Adam are joined by Dr. Peter Pekins of the University of New Hampshire to discuss the great moose of the northeastern United States. The wilderness of Maine and the northern New England regions are at the center […]Read more "EP 065: Dr. Peter Pekins, The Eastern Moose"
Thanks for stopping by for another episode of the Right To Roam Podcast! Roamers, today, we have the first in a series of episodes dedicated to the moose. Lee is joined by moose expert Brendan Oates of the Idaho Fish and Game to discuss the finer points of the Shiras moose from history in the […]Read more "EP 064: Brendan Oates, The Shiras Moose"
Roamers, we are appreciative of you for checking out another episode of the Right To Roam Podcast. Chris and Adam are joined by one of the greatest voices for conservation, Shane Mahoney. I’m sure you’ve heard Shane on other podcasts, however, we take a different path in this discussion as Shane dives into the philosophy […]Read more "EP 061: Shane Mahoney, Management Philosophy"
Howdy Roamers and thanks for stopping in for this science heavy episode! Chris is joined by Dr. Hayes Goosey of Montana State University to discuss the range land crawlers that have a more significant impact than we think. Dung beetles, sage grouse and responsible grazing practices are all on the docket for this biologists’ biology […]Read more "EP 058: Hayes Goosey, Entomology"
Thanks for dropping in Roamers, to another episode of the Right To Roam podcast! The whole crew is present for this conversation with first time R2R guest, Joshua Morse. Joshua’s research, and this conversation, centers around the ins, outs, ups and downs of migration corridors and the ungulates that rely on them. Reluctantly, we are […]Read more "EP 057: Joshua Morse"
Howdy Roamers and thanks for venturing to desert of Arizona with us for this episode! Chris is joined by a crew of backcountry badasses and conservation kingpins. Jess Johnson of Artemis and the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, Mahting Putelis of Hunt To Eat, Jared Frasier of 2% For Conservation, Craig Okraska of Maven Optics and Chris […]Read more "EP 056: Cactus Conservation"
Thanks for dropping in Roamers! We know we’ve been shy on releasing Lowdown episodes but we haven’t totally abandoned them. This week’s lowdown brings us back to our roots of bringing timely information to the podcast listeners. Wyomingites, open your ears as this applies to you! Jess Johnson of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation joins Chris […]Read more "R2R LD EP 024: Special Report, Wyoming Legislature"
Happy New Year Roamers! Thanks for starting off the year with the latest R2R podcast. You’ve definitely chosen a great episode to get you informed and pumped up for the conservation conversation in the new year. Adam is joined by the Editor-in-Chief of the Modern Huntsman, Tyler Sharp. Tyler brings a well traveled and experienced […]Read more "EP 053: Tyler Sharp"
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Howdy Roamers! Thanks for taking the time out of your day to drop in for another episode of the Right To Roam Podcast. Lee and Adam are joined by Kyla West for a great conversation including parachuting beavers, red wolf status and canine carnivore research. Kyla draws on her graduate […]Read more "EP 052: BDAs, Mesocarnivores and Field Tales"
Howdy Roamers and welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast! We’re excited to bring a pretty diverse episode to you this week as Chris, Sam and Lee are joined by a non-game project biologist up to her eyes in bats! Laura Beard works for the Wyoming Game and Fish and has some great insight […]Read more "EP 039: Bats, Public Land Squatting, and Wedding Planning?"
Welcome to another Right To Roam Lowdown! Lee and Chris touch on the recent discovery of white-nose syndrome affecting bats in Wyoming. Not sure what white-nose is? The guys have you covered with a “back to science” synopsis meant to satisfy. These non-game critters are not only fascinating but pivotal within the Cowboy State ecosystem […]Read more "The R2R LD EP 012: White-nose Syndrome"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast! Chris, Adam and Lee are joined by Chase Gunnell from Conservation Northwest. Chase serves as the communications director for CN as well as serving as the Conservation Chair for the Washington chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. As a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest with familial […]Read more "EP 037: The Pacific Northwest, From Grizzlies to Sasquatch"
Welcome back to the podcast Roamers! Thanks for joining us on this very unique episode. Chris and Adam are joined by retired, legendary non-game biologist Bob Oakleaf. Bob, as the state of Wyoming’s first non-game biologist, played an invaluable role in the recovery efforts of the Peregrine Falcon and Black-footed Ferret. With the aid of […]Read more "EP 035: From Falcons to Ferrets with Bob Oakleaf"
Hey Roamers, after a brief hiatus the Lowdown is back! For those of you interested in when and how we are handing out the Grand Prizes associated with our Go Fund Me, Sam and Adam have you covered. Then Chris and Adam present what we hope is the most common sense PSA in the outdoor […]Read more "The R2R LD EP 008: Spring has Sprung"
Welcome back to the podcast Roamers! Thanks for joining us for the second installment of Wyoming grizzly bear management. The guys from Right To Roam sit down with Joe Kondelis of the Western Bear Foundation to dive full force into their role in bear education, population management, public service, bear advocacy, hunting as a tool […]Read more "EP 032: Wyoming Bear Advocacy with the Western Bear Foundation"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast! Be sure you have your studious mindset ready as the guys of R2R sit down with pronghorn aficionados Adele Reinking and Melanie LaCava. Both Adele and Melanie have worked their post graduate degrees around the fastest land mammal this side of the Atlantic Ocean. These ladies help […]Read more "EP 025: The Fastest Fetal Free For All with Adele Reinking and Melanie LaCava"
This week’s episode has the guys from Right To Roam picking the brain of Andrew Jakes, a wildlife biologist for the National Wildlife Federatoin (http://www.nwf.org/.) Andrew completed his doctoral program emphasizing the impact that fences have on migratory patterns and general movements of pronghorn. This is not your run of the mill pronghorn informative. Andrew […]Read more "EP 011: Pronghorn, Speed Goats, Antelope… Oh my!"