Buried Breath

Buried Breath By Elizabeth Conway Broadcast 4.10 & 4.13.2024   Listen:   Earthworms use their entire body to breathe. Burrowed deep in the ground — slow moving, slow metabolizing — their long frames tighten and relax and pull the air they need from soil....

Oil Beetles: One of Nature’s Tiny Celebrities

Oil Beetles: One of Nature’s Tiny Celebrities by Charles van Rees of Nature Guys podcast fame Broadcast 4.2021 and 4.3 & 4.6.2024   Listen:   It’s an odd feeling to meet a celebrity and not recognize them until later. There is a sudden...

It’s Nesting Season for Great Horned Owls

It’s Nesting Season for Great Horned Owls By Wenfei Tong Broadcast 3.2018 & 3.27 & 3.30.2024   Listen:   I was admiring a blanket of stars spread above Lake Como in Montana’s Bitterroot valley, when out of the stillness of the chill winter...

Mourning Cloaks: Butterflies of Early Spring

Mourning Cloaks: Butterflies of Early Spring By Sarah Millar Broadcast 6.2009, 5.2015, and 3.20 & 3.23.2024   Listen:   If you have ever spent any time with a three-year-old, then you have probably probably heard a lot of simple questions about the world...

The Wonderful World of the House Sparrow

The Wonderful World of the House Sparrow By Pam Carlton Broadcast 3.2022 and 3.13 & 3.16.2024   Listen:   Whenever you walk out your door into your yard, alley, or front stoop you will likely see them: little brown birds in raucous groups of up to 200...