Happy September Roamers! We hope you are out and about enjoying our wild places and resources and in doing so we thank you for taking the time to check out this quick episode of the Right To Roam Podcast. Adam takes a moment to pull the curtain back so you can see and anticipate what […]Read more "R2R LD EP 031: Coming At ‘Cha!"
Howdy Roamers and thanks for checking out this episode of the Right To Roam Podcast. This weeks episode finds Chris and Adam in a great conversation with Samantha Dwinnell. Sam is part of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming focusing her efforts on mule deer and the myriad […]Read more "EP 075: Samantha Dwinnell, Managing Mulies"
Howdy Roamers and thanks for checking out this episode of the Right To Roam Podcast! Lee and Sam, while in Boise for the BHA Rendezvous 2019, were able to track down accomplished and renowned wolf biologist, Carter Niemeyer. Historical findings, past and present assumptions and what the future may hold for these controversial predators were […]Read more "EP 069: Wolf Management with Carter Niemeyer"
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"
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"
Hey Roamers! Thanks for hitting up another episode of the Right To Roam podcast, we appreciate you taking the time. Chris, Sam and Lee are joined by Rachel Fanelli and Lauren Stanton. Rachel is the project manager for the University of Wyoming Raccoon Project and Lauren is Ph.D candidate working on the raccoon project with […]Read more "EP 050: Trash Pandas and Polecats…Affectionately of Course!"
Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for taking the time to listen to another Right To Roam Lowdown! Lee and Adam take a moment to look into the research around human disturbance and the impact it has on ungulate behaviors in proximity roads and trails. The research comes out of eastern Oregon and lends itself to some interesting […]Read more "R2R LD EP 021: Traffic and its Impact"
You’re in the thick of it now, Roamers! Thanks for hitting up another Right To Roam lowdown. Lee takes the reins for this episode to touch on some timely information in relation to your potential harvest. CWD is the subject matter, however, our approach to the subject matter is a tad different. Lee draws on […]Read more "R2R LD Ep 018: CWD, What to Consider"
Thanks for hitting up the Right To Roam podcast and welcome to the episode! Get your time machines ready for this one as Lee and University of Wyoming Professor of Geography Thomas Minckley look back, like waaaaaayyyyy back into wildlife ecology, population trends, habitat variations and the like. This cerebral episode will have you fully […]Read more "EP 045: Waaaaaayyyyyy Back Wildlife Management with Thomas Minckley"
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 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 Roamers to the Right To Roam podcast! We’ve got a great episode for you this week in that we are giving away our first Grand Prize (Thanks First Lite) associated with the Go Fund Me and we have a special guest in Walt Gasson. Lee and Sam sit down with Walt, a pioneering […]Read more "EP 036: Reminiscing and Story Telling with Walt Gasson"
Welcome back to this high country episode of the Right To Roam Lowdown! Sam and Chris take a moment to touch on some lesser known bighorn sheep facts. From the finer points of reintroduction obstacles to historical ranges, this lowdown provides you with the kind of Jeopardy style trivia sure to make your campfire companions […]Read more "The R2R LD EP 009: What You May Not Know About Bighorn Sheep"
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"
On this episode of the Right To Roam podcast, 3/4 of the hosting contingent are joined by co-coordinator of the March for Science, Kristen Gunther, to discuss the importance of science in education and our management practices, where and how the scientific process can be effective, and some of the roadblocks and hurdles that can […]Read more "EP 013: The March for Science"