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 a bit handicapped by rural internet service in Wyoming and Vermont and the sound isn’t necessarily the greatest. That being said, the conversation far outweighs the technical difficulties. Joshua’s approach of interviewing local stakeholders during his information gathering period adds a uniquely local flavor to his findings and results. The guys also dip their toes into Joshua’s hunting opportunities in the second smallest state by population, Vermont.
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