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The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
Through highlighting the unique relationship between hunters and wildlife, the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak delivers the best wildlife management practices and science based information to help you take your wildlife habitat management skills to the next level. Our wildlife management podcast celebrates the leading wildlife research from experts and conservation groups and breaks it down in how to apply information for the field. With the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak you’ll learn more interesting fa ...
 
The Revolution with Jim & Trav is a voice for the outdoors on the airwaves. The Revolution dominates the outdoor radio segment as the fastest growing nationally syndicated radio show and podcast dedicated to outdoor enthusiasts. This weekly radio show and podcast aims to accomplish a simple goal: to promote the participation in and enjoyment of outdoor activities, especially hunting and fishing.
 
Dedicated to documenting humanity by gathering stories & sounds from the most remote locations around the world. The goal for the show is to take you, the listener, back to mankind's earliest form of entertainment: story telling. Therefore, every week features an interview with an adventurer in their natural habitat in order to provide an audible journey packed with adventure information & inspiration. Everyone has a story & different perspective, we aim to share the stories from the world’s ...
 
The National Wildlife Federation has worked with hunters and anglers since 1936 to tackle the biggest natural resource challenges. The NWF Outdoors Podcast explores the most important conservation issues and the people who do the hard work to safeguard our fish, wildlife, lands, and waters. Hosted by Aaron Kindle, director of sporting advocacy at NWF.
 
Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from wildlife conservation project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit both wildlife and humans. Alicia Amerson hosts interviews with project leaders from around the world about their struggles and triumphs in wildlife conservation. She dives into solo episodes sharing lessons learned from 17 years of environmental project management experience. ...
 
Deer University podcasts are all about deer biology and management. Drs. Bronson Strickland and Steve Demarais are both deer hunters, deer biologists, professors of wildlife management, and co-directors of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. Steve and Bronson are so crazy about deer biology and management that they made it their career! Our goal is to explain how you can use deer research to improve your hunting and management experiences. Don’t take for granted what your buddy says o ...
 
Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world. Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic a ...
 
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It still amazes me how many hunters believe hunting licenses ... or income taxes ... or property taxes fund wildlife management and conservation. Even at gatherings of long-time hunters, when I mention this topic in a speech, there are more than a few blank stares! So, please bear with me as I get this off my chest once and for all: in the depths o…
 
Habitat Podcast #137 - Leon Hank joins Jared and Brian as we have a GREAT discussion on managing Whitetail habitat in Michigan. Leon owns land in the UP of Michigan. We cover: UP of Michigan Habitat - Differences than Midwest, 500 Acres in Eastern UP on Neebish Island, Buying Land Young and building to 500 Acres, Food Plots - Leon's plan of action …
 
We looked to our followers for this podcast! After a recent podcast post asking for viewer questions, we are here to answer! Our overall goal for the podcast each week is to help landowners, so addressing their direct questions is one of the best ways possible. During this podcast, we will cover the following topics, timber management in uplands an…
 
On this podcast Kory McConnell Wildlife Habitat and Nutrition Specialist at Accuforage. We discuss the common misconceptions of habitat management of whitetail deer. Be sure you give this episode a listen so you aren't just pushing your hard earned dollars "out the other end" of a deer as Kory puts it! -Topics Discussed- Biology of Antler Growth in…
 
Ceilidh O'Sullivan was born and raised on the Eastern Coast of Australia in a little town known for its delicious ginger beer and all inclusive schools for the disabled. Ceilidh was born profoundly deaf and with the help of her mother, she learned to speak well. At a young age she became obsessed with "Bush Tucker" which is a reference to edible wi…
 
Matt Davis returns to the show a year after launching Final Rise to continue our conversation on the vest, address new product launches and talk all things Final Rise. Roughly a year after the launch of Final Rise in 2020, not much has changed since we last spoke to Matt Davis. His vests are still in high demand with which he can hardly keep up (de…
 
In this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Dr. Grant Woods, wildlife biologist researching whitetail deer, and host of Growing Deer TV about no-till food plots and practices. Dr. Woods will define no-till, the drawbacks of tillage, implementing no-till practices, drawbacks, and the equipment needed. Enjoy the show! Have More Land Investment Questions…
 
Zoe Mavis is originally from Boulder, Colorado and has been skiing her entire life. She now works as a ski instructor in Big Sky Montana during the winter and as a river guide based out of Missoula. Zoe is on the national team of The Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors. The PSIA-AASI is the …
 
Habitat Podcast #138 - Bill Winke is BACK! Bill Winke from Midwest Whitetail and HP Ep. #100, joins Jared and Brian on a new 3 part series called the Habitat TO-DO's! This segment will cover the late July & early August timeframe. As always, Bill drops a ton of knowledge and a great conversation is had. Be sure to take notes! We cover: Late July Fo…
 
Moser Consulting is a long-time partner of Habitat For Humanity. Last week, we hosted a panel build in the parking lot of our HQ in Castleton, Indiana. In between hammer strikes, ASCII Anything talked with Paula Moser about our company's involvement with this particular charity. We also spoke with Amy, our build's Habitat For Humanity rep, and Alic…
 
Have you ever wondered how by cutting and removing trees that you actually improve the overall forest? Well, you're about to find out during this podcast. The Whistling Woodlands project just turned up the heat on a timber management project as reinforcements were called in. The loggers just arrived to completely change the future of this property.…
 
During this podcast, we cover the exciting discussions revolving around our fall food plot strategies. We have several new plots to discuss how they will be converted from fescue pastures into diverse fall food plots. In addition, you will hear how we intend to use food in relation to known bedding locations to entice certain predictable travel pat…
 
This week we dive into the world of deer meat after eating canned venison with our GameKeeper Butchery guest, Sam Kohler. After trying his canned venison lo-mein dish, we can’t help but share the different ways we handle and prepare wild game. We discuss everything from shot placement and field care, to aging and processing. Sam even shares some wa…
 
John Kanter is the senior wildlife biologist for the National Wildlife Federation. John has been hooked on wildlife since he was, as they say, knee-high to a grasshopper. As a child, he loved African animals, especially elephants, and got to watch his pediatrician mother take care of the first eight gorillas born at the Cincinnati Zoo. From there h…
 
In this episode Field Staffer Josh Zucal joins us on the mic to talk about one of the biggest misconceptions in hunting. You can't kill what's not there, so many people have these preconceived notions about shooting that giant 180" buck. The truth is they don't really exist and if they are they are unicorns. We think you'll really enjoy this podcas…
 
Dr. Elanor Bell is a senior research scientist at the Australian Antarctic Division where her role combines a passion for conservation and the polar marine environment, with her experience of coordinating multi-national research and translating the outcomes to policy. Throughout her career, Elanor has wintered twice in Antarctica studying some of t…
 
The podcast returns with Ryan Mulcahy of Born To Run Kennels to answer bird dog questions submitted via the Facebook community page. Ryan Mulcahy, owner and founder of Born To Run Kennels joins the show for a question and answer session. From steadiness training to developing young dogs, Ryan tackles a wide variety of questions. We also get an upda…
 
Aaron sits down with Thor Tingey co-founder and owner of Alpacka Rafts. Thor has traveled extensively in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and in Alaska using his company’s specialized rafts that he developed to do traverses across Alaska. We cover the uniqueness of the refuge and why it should be protected, how he got into these big traverses, h…
 
Our featured guest is Rashawn Gordon, Gordon’s Gun Dogs and Guide Service, Wellton, Arizona. Rashawn, a new guide and seasoned dog trainer, shares his experiences and hard-won advice. Plus public access ground, and news you can use. First, listeners’ advice to new hunters, from expectation management to what not to do, to how to train the retrieve,…
 
In this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Tony DeNicola, Founder and CEO of White Buffalo, Inc, and Pig Brig Trap Systems, about the damage wild hogs, do to your property trapping and the best ways to trap and control them. Plus, Jonathan Smith, Executive Director at TimberMart-South, gives the latest Timber Market Update for Q1 for Louisiana. See a…
 
On this podcast, we take it down to the south where I am joined by host Frank Loncharich. We breakdown some of the key property features from a recent consultation. This podcast style allows you to follow along with an annotated map on our social media pages. Use this to guide yourself through the podcast. On this property breakdown, you will hear …
 
This week we learn more about the dreaded tick than we probably wanted to know. Did you know that by the time the tick gets on you, it has been on two other hosts during its development from nymph into a mature tick? Did you know ticks quest? We didn’t either, but learned that while listening to Dr. Steve Demarais of MSU fully explain ticks and how…
 
In this podcast Adam Reeder joins me on the mic to talk about hunter recruitment in America. We discuss whether the current avenue for hunter recruitment is in our opinions the right avenue to take. In other words are we setting up future hunters for failure? Is social media and large hunting companies in this industry providing accurate and adequa…
 
HHA Sports is a on the cutting edge of archery accessory design and technology, and we are thrilled to have Chris Hamm, Co-Owner and VP of Operations of HHA Sports on the podcast to talk about everything going on at HHA. After starting with just one product, HHA has become a category and industry leader, with 17 straight years as the customer's fav…
 
On this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Alan Probst with North American Trapper about the best traps, baits, human scent control, and all the things you need to trap coyotes to minimize fawn predation effectively. Plus, Justin Jernegan of Alabama Ag Credit gives us the latest Land Financing Report Update. See all the proven products at North Ameri…
 
Habitat Podcast #136 - Chase Burns is back! Chase was on Habitat Podcast episode #23. We enjoyed that so much we asked Chase to come back on, and this time we discuss more useful tips and information to help improve your property. We cover: - Property Ingress & Egress, - Where To Add Access based on Property Layout, - Driveway Construction, Value a…
 
Get the entire podcast here. The dumb things bird hunters do to our guns, and how to avoid them ... that's one of the topics Fred Bohm covers in this wide-ranging discussion. Fred is founder of Sage & Braker Mercantile, a gun care products company, so he's seen it all. (Host Scott Linden has probably done it all!) We cover preventative maintenance,…
 
In the kickoff episode of SEASON 2, we talk with Dr. Krista Longtin, Associate Professor of Communication Studies & Assistant Dean of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at IUPUI in Indianapolis, about using Applied Improvisation to improve communication and become a more interesting and engaging presenter.…
 
Dan Baird is one of the world’s leading Back-country Primitive Survival Experts and Guides. Dan regularly travels and lead’s survival training and exploration trips to some of the most remote and hostile places on earth. As Head Instructor of the largest survival training school in the U.S., the California Survival School. Dan is responsible for pr…
 
During this weeks podcast we cover our recent findings from states along more northern latitudes and compare to the Southern states. Guess what, we may shock you in what we find and say! Land Management is different where you go, however, all through the techniques we recommend may be very similar the plant species change. Vegetation Composition is…
 
Are you a frustrated recreational landowner? Have you been owning land for years without success or implementing the hunting industry standards without improvements? What do you have to show for in all your years, time, and money? During this week, we take a look at the common pitfalls of land management. Where people place their time and energy is…
 
On this episode, guest Dr. Marcus Lashley AKA @drdisturbence and Director of the UF Deer Lab (@ufdeerlab) joins the gang to discuss the importance of prescribed fire when managing wildlife habitat. Whether its deer, turkeys or quail this fascinating discussion covers many of the questions that people have about burning parts of their property. The …
 
In this podcast Mag joins me to discuss the influence social media is having on hunting. Mag is an administrator for the "Hunting PA Closed Group" AKA Hunting PA. This group is the largest Facebook Group that covers Pennsylvania Hunting at it's peak it had over 100,000 followers. That was until Facebook flagged the group for discussions that occurr…
 
After a break to refresh, Aaron sits down with Andrew McKean, one of the most respected outdoors journalists and the current hunting and conservation editor of Outdoor Life magazine. We talk the history of Outdoor Life and sporting journalism, the latest sporting issues and how they can either connect or divide our community, and the “conservation …
 
Habitat Podcast #135 finds Jared down in Southern MI at the property featured in the YouTube Series by Meateater & Mark Kenyon.. the Back 40. Jared is joined by Chad Thelen from Realtree Land Pro & Brad Harper from Harper Growing Solutions. We toured the property, applied foliar fertilizer and lime, and recorded a podcast. We covered the Meateater …
 
The dumb things bird hunters do to our guns, and how to avoid them ... that's one of the topics Fred Bohm covers in this wide-ranging discussion. Fred is founder of Sage & Braker Mercantile, a gun care products company, so he's seen it all. (Host Scott Linden has probably done it all!) We cover preventative maintenance, cleaning tips, simple ways t…
 
This can easily be the largest hurdle for most landowners to overcome. How to do prepare best for a complete 180-degree change of a hunting property? Some of the major habitat changes such as a timber harvest, adding cattle to recreational property, edge feathering, and. many other very visual techniques. You have to mentally prepare for this! With…
 
On this podcast, we show you a visual change to a Land & Legacy property from 30,000 ft. Will Russell of central Pennsylvania took advantage of a property plan and it shows. You can't deny the change! Take a look for yourself. Will and his family have left a positive and legacy impact on this recreational property. This farm now has diversity, wher…
 
In this unique episode we’re joined by Hank Parker and Toxey Haas to talk fishing, turkey hunting and Gamekeeping. We talk about all that, but we end up learning about life, raising kids, making your own decisions and standing up for what’s important. Hank also shares what he thinks is the most important thing to do to grow big bass in a pond. If t…
 
Join us on the edge of the river next to the prairie under the Mission Mountains of Northwestern Montana for an episode with Steve McCoy. Steve is joined by his good friend and adventure companion, Gary Steele, for plenty of hearty laughs, storytelling and a look into their conservation work that made national headlines for Earth First 40 years ago…
 
Habitat Podcast #134 - Dudley Phelps joins Jared and Brian for ALL THINGS Herbicides! What a ton of information in this podcast so be sure to take notes. We cover: Listener herbicide questions, Herbicide Quick Ref. Guide, Pre vs Post Emergents, Residual Affect, Selective vs Non, Food Plot Common Questions & Mossy Oak Nativ Nursery. Email us! info@h…
 
Supplemental feeding has become a common practice, but deer biologists are often concerned about the indirect effects and how the practice could degrade habitat quality and impact the native plant community. In this episode we interview Beau Navarre, a graduate student in the MSU Deer Lab, about his research where he measured all sorts of plant dat…
 
Kali Parmley, editor in chief, Gun Dog magazine is our featured guest, but your voice is also coming through loud and clear ... You and your fellow hunters’ thoughts on feeding … twice daily, even on hunting days? What are the dangers, physiological, safety, and performance considerations? Kali talks about the importance of mentoring, the ethics of…
 
Although summer may seem to be like you can breeze right through it thinking all is taken care of in the wildlife world. However, that would be short-sided. There are several factors that people always overlook during the summer timeframes. Summer thermal cover for species such as bobwhite quail, wild turkey, and whitetail deer is key! It's often o…
 
During this podcast, we wrap up the final thoughts from the Soil Health series. This podcast has been a long time coming that will take all the fluff and boil it down to what should wildlife managers really be concerned with. Everyone wants the best results, we can all agree on that, however, you cant skip ahead when the foundation isn't even set y…
 
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