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 another Right To Roam Lowdown!…well…kinda!? For our 66th published episode we invite you to check out four of our favorites from the past year and a half. Chris had the audio honors for this one and he provides some great teasers for each of the “Qualilty Four.” This is […]Read more "R2R LD EP 017: The Quality Four"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast and thank you for taking the time to listen! The guys are joined by rockstar conservationist Jared Oakleaf to discuss Odocoileus Hemionus, the grey ghost, or more commonly, the mule deer. From habitat issues to the pros and cons of general seasons vs. limited quota hunting restrictions […]Read more "EP 041: Managing Odocoileus Hemionus with Jared Oakleaf"
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 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"
Buckle up for a 30,000 foot overview of what it takes to financially manage our nation’s wildlife within our public lands. The guys from Right To Roam touch on the Pittman-Robertson Act, NGO (non-government organizations) influence, and some western state fiscal issues. This topic is deeper than the Grand Canyon and arguably just as important. […]Read more "EP 005: Wildlife Management Economics 101…Kinda"