Podcast: Arizona Wildlife

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Arizona is a diverse state with many different animals. This podcast consists of short episodes discussing some of the wildlife and wildlife-related issues found in the state. A new episode of this podcast will be available every two weeks. Each episode will also be available as an mp3 file at http://www.azgfd.gov/i_e/ee/resources/podcasts/az_wildlife/azwl_index.shtml. In addition, supplemental material is provided. At the very least, a transcript of the episode will be included. There may also be educational activities, readings, or web links that will allow you, your students, or your children the opportunity to explore this topic in more depth.

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Website
http://www.azgfd.gov/i_e/ee/resources/podcasts/az_wildlife/azwl_index.shtml
Description
Arizona is a diverse state with many different animals. This podcast consists of short episodes discussing some of the wildlife and wildlife-related issues found in the state.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2008-08-08 05:11
last episode published
2010-01-25 10:36
publication frequency
28.17 days
Contributors
Arizona Game and Fish Department author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
20
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Categories
Education Science & Medicine Natural Sciences K-12

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
25.01.2010

Episode 20: Bald Eagle Management

This is the fourth in a seven-part series focused on bald eagle biology and management. Listen as Kenneth Jacobson, bald eagle management coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, describes why the management of eagles is important and some...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
12.01.2010

Episode 19: Bald Eagle History and Evolution

This is the third in a seven-part series focused on bald eagle biology and management. Listen as Kenneth Jacobson, bald eagle management coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, briefly discusses the evolution of raptors and the history of...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
10.12.2009

Episode 18: Bald Eagle Breeding Biology and Behavior

This is the second in a seven-part series focused on bald eagle biology and management. Listen as Kenneth Jacobson, bald eagle management coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, explains breeding biology and behaviors of bald eagles. This...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
23.11.2009

Episode 17: Bald Eagle Biology

This is the first in a seven-part series focused on bald eagle biology and management. Listen as Kenneth Jacobson, bald eagle management coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, describes some basic natural history of bald eagles. This was...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
7.05.2009

Episode 16: Urban Bats

Listen as Randy Babb, an information and education program manager for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses bat biology. This was recorded from a live presentation given to the public at the bat tunnel near the canal in Scottsdale.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
16.04.2009

Episode 15: Turkey Restoration

This is the third in a three-part series focused on wild turkey biology. Listen as Brian Wakeling, big game program supervisor for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses some of the restortation projects that have taken place to bring wild tur...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
2.04.2009

Episode 14: Turkey Nests and Roosts

This is the second in a three-part series focused on wild turkey biology. Listen as Brian Wakeling, big game program supervisor for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses nesting and roosting behaviors and characteristics for turkeys. This was...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
17.03.2009

Episode 13: A Year in the Life of a Turkey

This is the first in a three-part series focused on wild turkey biology. Listen as Brian Wakeling, big game program supervisor for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, outlines the first year of life for the average turkey in the state. This was recor...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
5.03.2009

Episode 12: Amphibian Fungal Disease

Listen as Mike Sredl, reptile and amphibian program coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, describes a deadly disease affecting many amphibians across Arizona and the world. This was recorded from a live presentation given to the public ...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
17.02.2009

Episode 11: Chiricahua Leopard Frog Status

Listen as Mike Sredl, reptile and amphibian program coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses the current status of the Chiricahua leopard frog in Arizona. This was recorded from a live presentation given to the public at the Depa...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
3.02.2009

Episode 10: Crayfish Invasion

Listen as Jeff Sorensen, the Invertebrates and Native Fish Program Manager for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, briefly explains crayfish biology and their infamous history in Arizona. For this event, Department staff took members of the Homeschoo...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
20.01.2009

Episode 9: Desert Tortoise Survey

Listen as Audrey Owens, a wildlife specialist for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses desert tortoise biology and survey techniques. For this event, Department staff took members of the Homeschool community along as they surveyed tortoise p...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
2.01.2009

Episode 8: Baby Eagle Biology

Listen as James Driscoll, raptor management coordinator for the Arizona Game and Fish Department, discusses some basic biology and interesting facts about nestling bald eagles in Arizona.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
18.12.2008

Episode 7: The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

The seventh episode in this series, and the last one from the 2008 Canon Envirothon training,provides a very short overview of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Kellie Tharp, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for ...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
24.11.2008

Episode 6: Human-Wildlife Conflicts Resulting from Outdoor Recreation

The sixth episode in this series focuses on the conflicts that occur between wildlife and humans participating in outdoor recreation activities. Sam Huselton, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for this episode.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
4.11.2008

Episode 5: Monitoring Wildlife Populations

The fifth episode in this series focuses on the different techniques that biologists use to track and monitor wildlife populations. Eric Proctor, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for this episode.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
14.10.2008

Episode 4: Predator/Prey Relationships

The fourth episode in this series focuses on the relationship between predators and their prey with specific examples from Arizona. Sam Huselton, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for this episode.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
23.09.2008

Episode 3: Threatened and Endangered Species

The third episode in this series focuses on threatened and endangered species and the efforts of the Arizona Game and Fish Department to assist these animals. Kellie Tharp, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for this episode.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
26.08.2008

Episode 2: Invasive Species

The second episode in this series focuses on invasive species and the problems they cause to Arizona's ecosystems. Eric Proctor, a Department educator, will provide the primary content for this episode.
Arizona Game and Fish Department author
8.08.2008

Episode 1: Arizona's Diversity

This episode focuses on the amazing diversity of habitats and wildlife found in Arizona. Sam Huselton, a Department educator, will provide a brief overview of the biotic communities. This will be followed by a discussion of some of the ways the animals...
Arizona Game and Fish Department author