Monthly Archives: March 2016

Urban Wildlife Art

Get inspired with urban corals and urban shaliks. Hannah Waters joins us as we hear from Coral Morphologic‘s Colin Foord to talk about the corals of Miami’s gritty waterways and art installations based on Miami’s marine life. Our synanthropic organism … Continue reading

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Happy World Sparrow Day!

We celebrate World Sparrow Day (March 20th) with a look at Passer domesticus, a bird North American birders love to hate, but that is in a mysterious decline in its native Eurasian range. We hear from Mohammed Dilawar, founder of … Continue reading

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S2 Episode 1: Leopards, Hyenas, and Synanthropic Dogs

Pigeons might join us in cities to take advantage of resources like nesting spots and tasty crumbs. Leopards and hyenas might join us in cities to take advantage of resources such as tasty dogs… not hot dogs; we’re talking about Canis … Continue reading

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Welcome to Season Two!

After months of interviewing, recording, and editing, we’re ready to launch Season Two. We’ve got stories from all over the world and all sorts of biota, from Shanghai birds to London hedgehogs, from New York terrapins to Antarctic midges. This … Continue reading

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