Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast and thanks for taking the time to join Chris, Sam and Lee in a great conversation about the little things. The guys are joined by invertebrate zoologist, Dr. Lusha Tronstad, of the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database (WYNDD). Dr. Tronstad is responsible for developing and maintaining data on […]Read more "EP 051: No Spine, No Problem: It’s the Little Things!"
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"
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! 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"