Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature

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Joey Bee is a graduate of Rutgers University. He has attained a masters degree in Environmental Science. He is an accomplished environmental scientist, educator, author, expert outdoorsman, and the host and producer of Joey Bee’s Outdoor Adventure, an online TV show. Joey films all across America and has filmed a pilot TV show for PBS. Joey has researched grizzly bears, wolves, birds of prey, and non-native plant species on the Sage Brush Steppe.

Joey has recorded podcasts on various topics such as: environmental issues, awesome animals, 101 series which introduces listeners to outdoor activities, organic gardening with Inspector Dave, animal ecology and behavior, oceanography, meteorology, geology, astronomy, and outdoor vacations across America. The intro and closing to each podcast has a segment of the Joey Bee’s Outdoor Adventure theme song. (Joey played rhythm guitar on the studio recording.)

Joey has been the Main Stage Speaker for Greenfest, (Bill Nye the Science Guy was the Keynote) and the Master of Ceremonies for Red Mill Ecofest. He has also designed and tested backpacks for Tranquility Mountain. They have just introduced the Joey Bee Signature Series backpacks. Joey is currently designing a backpack fishing rod.


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Podcasts From Environmental Scientist Joey Bee
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2019-05-14 13:51
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2019-05-14 11:03
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
14.05.2019

Podcast #205 Scarlet Tanager

There are colors in nature that are awesome! The scarlet tanager is a bird with vibrant colors. One stopped by on his migratory path the other day. Wait until you learn where he spends his winters.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
7.05.2019

Podcast #204 Nature’s Walk Of Color

This is the time of the year that it is a must to take a walk, run, or bike ride to see all that nature has to offer. Personally, I needed to witness all of spring’s colors so I took ‘nature’s walk of color’.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
30.04.2019

Podcast#203 American Larch – A Unique Tree

One of my degrees is in Botany. I love plants. How about an evergreen that loses it’s needles! The American Larch, also called Tamarack is definitely a unique tree.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
23.04.2019

Podcast #202 Opening Day Extravaganza

The opening day of fishing season is something that many people who love the outdoors long for, especially those who live in cold climates. I was invited to the ‘opening day extravaganza’. This day was about a party of friends on the river, not about ‘...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
16.04.2019

Podcast #201 Spring In The Organic Garden

Yes, it is that time of year! Spring in the organic garden. My guest is Inspector Dave, who is an expert in organic gardening. He gives great incite and tips to make your garden a bountiful one.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
9.04.2019

Podcast 200th Podcast Special Show

I have been blessed to broadcast 200 podcast shows. The topics cover outdoors, science, and nature. As an Environmental Scientist, I have the opportunity to share with you the very best that nature has to offer.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
2.04.2019

Podcast #199 Rebirth Of A Marsh

When people think of wetlands many will speak of mosquitoes and mud. I will tell you that the diversity of animals is amazing. Please take the time this year to visit a marsh, swamp, bog, or fen and you will have a great day in nature. Today, we delve ...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
26.03.2019

Podcast #198 Mockingbird – An Awesome Animal

As I research different animals I always find awesome facts. The mockingbird who visits my yard daily is absolutely one of the smartest birds. Did you know that he can learn……. (I guess you’ll have to listen to the podcast).
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
19.03.2019

Podcast #197 Life Gets In The Way

I would rather be stocking trout in a stream but sometimes ‘life gets in the way’. Joey Bee’s Outdoor Adventure took a turn indoors! (Only for a short while). I discuss the outdoors but from a painting ladder.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
12.03.2019

Podcast #196 Cape Cod’s Top 5 Fishing Spots

My guest in the studio is my good friend, Coach Bill Gorski. Coach has been fishing Cape Cod for over forty years. He discusses both fresh and salt water locations. Our conversation takes us into the beauty of the natural surroundings of Cape Cod.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
5.03.2019

Podcast #195 Chile Pepper Abundance

Each year there is an abundance of crops from the organic garden. On this show I tackle the idea of what to do with a specific one – the chile pepper. You can use this information for all fruits and vegetables. Personally, I have a love for chile peppe...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
26.02.2019

Podcast #194 Spring Training For The Outdoors

OK, who is going to through out the first hiking boot of the season. Hey, in baseball someone throws out the first pitch. What about all outdoor sports? Yes, it is important to prepare and plan so you can have an enjoyable and safe spring.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
19.02.2019

Podcast #193 Making An Outdoor Difference

I have the opportunity to speak in many different venues across America. I am always honored to share my knowledge with the Scouts. They are our next generation of the ‘protectors of the wild’. Please listen to this show so we can all make a difference...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
12.02.2019

Podcast #192 Viewing Nature Is Free

Each day I take the opportunity to grab my camera and photograph some aspect of nature. It may be a frozen waterfalls or a female cardinal on my bird feeder. I use a ‘catch phrase’ on Joey Bee TV often saying “viewing nature is free.” Please take the t...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
5.02.2019

Podcast #191 Sunrise and Sunsets

We all enjoy the majesty of a beautiful sunrise or sunset. Did you ever notice that the sun appears on the horizon for a longer period of time? Let us delve into the science behind how this occurs. (I take photos of sunrises and sunsets where ever I am...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
29.01.2019

Podcast #190 Beating The Winter Blues

So how do you beat the winter blues? I am the ‘outdoor guy’ who needs to be in the wild every day. On this show I share what you can do to either enjoy the winter months or find a good way to get to spring.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
22.01.2019

Podcast #189 Cloud Formation

How do clouds form? We all look up to the sky and see dinosaurs or whatever your imagination can create out of the clouds. On today’s show we will discuss the ingredients for cloud formation.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
15.01.2019

Podcast #188 One Special Outdoor Day

As an environmental scientist, I spend every day in the outdoors. I am truly blessed. So, if I was able to give you one free day to do whatever you wanted in the outdoors, what type of day would it be?
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
8.01.2019

Podcast #187 Equestrian’s Young Champion

There is a unique bond between horse and rider. During training and competition they work as one. I filmed a segment for Joey Bee TV and recorded a podcast show approximately one year ago with Amanda. She is a very talented young rider. With her hard w...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
2.01.2019

Podcast #186 Glaciers

I took this photo of the glaciers on top of the Grand Teton Mountain Range while rafting down the Snake River. I will discuss how glaciers form and move, what we can learn from them, and how they have carved out many great geologic features.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
26.12.2018

Podcast #185 Whitetail Deer Part 2

This is the second in a series about whitetail deer. The first was podcast show #141. I discussed the science behind the awesome animal. On this show I am able to speak about a topic about that effects many Americans. As we take away animal habitat the...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
18.12.2018

Podcast #184 Seed Catalogs – ‘Tis The Season?

Has your mailbox been stuffed with seed catalogs before Christmas? There must be a reason. My guest in the studio is organic gardening expert, Inspector Dave. He teaches how to sort through the catalogs and the best method of preparing for next year’s ...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
11.12.2018

Podcast #183 Urban Sprawl

Urban sprawl has become part of the American landscape. Sadly, we continue to allow this to happen. So can we make greener decisions? The answer is yes! I delve into the problem and provide greener solutions to ‘build’ a better America.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
4.12.2018

Podcast #182 Christmas List For The Outdoorsman

So what do you buy for the woman or man who loves the outdoors? I have compiled a list of gifts that will cover all types of outdoor activities. From stocking stuffers to practical gifts – this show has it all.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
27.11.2018

Podcast #181 Pallotta Hot Sauce

In the studio are the creators of Pallotta Hot Sauce. They describe the process from farm to bottle. There is an interesting success story for all entrepreneurs to hear. For the true ‘chile heads’ (those who love hot peppers), the flavors of their sauc...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
20.11.2018

Podcast #180 Family, Foodbank, Fun, Feast, Football

We are truly blessed. I share my Thanksgiving message with you in the hopes that your family will enjoy this wonderful tradition in this great nation.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
13.11.2018

Podcast #179 Woodpeckers

The woodpecker family is a very unique group of birds. I will discuss the general characteristics because this family is so large. Next, there are many woodpeckers that we see often and I teach about specific birds and their awesome habits.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
6.11.2018

Podcast #178 Preparing Next Year’s Garden

So have you thought about next year yet? “What, are you serious”, most of you are thinking. Planning next year’s perennial garden is important. How we collect seeds and disperse them in vital places is imperative for a colorful flower garden.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
30.10.2018

Podcast #177 Tree Danger

Does the tree outside your home pose a danger to you and your neighbors? There are structural signs that will give you the answer. I discuss how to select a reputable tree man, Botany 101, and how to self-inspect the tree in question.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
23.10.2018

Podcast #176 Manatees – An Awesome Animal

Manatees are one of the coolest animals on Earth. From their calm demeanor to the unique body structure, manatees are truly an an animal. Learn all about this creature and some of the environmental issues that surround them.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
16.10.2018

Podcast #175 Nature And Music Unite

The new song, ‘The River Is Wide’ caught my attention. I invited into the studio the composers, Mark Roselli and Phil Constanzo. We had a great conversation about nature and music. They also shared their musical influences and how they became a musical...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
9.10.2018

Podcast #174 Gardening Is Not Over!

Organic gardening expert, Inspector Dave, is in the studio. He teaches all about fall gardening and planning for the future. Inspector Dave is still picking vegetables and enjoying the experience.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
2.10.2018

Podcast #173 Bee Help

Bees are in trouble! How can we help? I outline the problems and many solutions so we can give this important creature the support it needs.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
25.09.2018

Podcast #172 Plastic Straw Debate

Plastic straws have been cast into the pollution debate. I will discuss plastic straws as well as other plastics in regard to our oceans. Currently, in the Pacific Ocean there is a enormous mass of plastic floating called “The Great Plastic Garbage Pat...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
18.09.2018

Podcast #171 Great Kayak Deals

This is the perfect time of the year to purchase watercraft. We have made great deals on our kayaks. Currently, I have a fleet of them, all purchased during the fall. There is a strategy to making the ‘deal of a lifetime’.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
11.09.2018

Podcast #170 American Bison

Buffalo? So what’s in a name? Have we been calling an animal by the incorrect name for over a century? The American Bison is one of the trade marks of the west. Take the time to learn all about this awesome animal. I took this thumbnail photo of a biso...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
4.09.2018

Podcast #169 Summer Is Not Over!

Our attitude toward when summer ends and more importantly, the fun activities we were enjoying have stopped for many Americans. Why? I will show you how ‘summer fun’ can continue for the next month or more.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
28.08.2018

Podcast #168 Mega Strike Inventions

So what invention is swirling around in your head? Each of us has something, but most of us will never act on it. Not so, with the President of Mega Strike Lures, Bobby Uhrig. Gabby and I go on the road to have a discussion with Bobby about his latest ...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
21.08.2018

Podcast #167 Part 2 Planning The Perfect Outdoor Vacation

This show discusses specific ways to save money. I have had the opportunity to travel this great country of ours often. There are so many ways to enjoy a vacation while ‘not breaking the bank'(staying within your budget).
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
14.08.2018

Podcast #166 Planning the Perfect Outdoor Vacation – Part 1

The principles learned from this two part series will help you save money (and who doesn’t like saving money) as well as prepare you for a great outdoor vacation. Many people go on vacation (holiday) during all seasons. From snowboarding the slopes to ...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
7.08.2018

Podcast #165 Snake Stories

“I Love Snakes”. My fascination began in my backyard as a youth and continues through today. I will share with you many snake stories, some that are humorous and others with teachable facts. From garter snakes to rattlers, I’ve seen them all.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
31.07.2018

Podcast #164 Waterfalls Beauty

We all love the beauty of a waterfalls. On my filming adventures and research I have seen many. The photo for this podcast is of a waterfalls in the winter time. This was an old mine shaft that was used to extract iron ore during revolutionary times. T...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
24.07.2018

Podcast #163 PFD’s (Life Vests) Why Wear Them?

This podcast show was recorded and scheduled for release prior to the tragic duck boat accident in Branson, MO. I discuss the importance of wearing your PFD as well as the state laws regarding their usage. Recently, an event in one of my adventures rei...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
17.07.2018

Podcast #162 Composting – Making Gardener’s Gold

There is so much to know about how to properly manage a compost bin. My guest is expert organic gardener, Inspector Dave. He teaches a layering method that will enrich the soil in your garden.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
10.07.2018

Podcast #161 Weather In The Desert

So what is it like to live out in the desert? A recent trip to Nevada and my research on the Sage Brush Steppe in Idaho has given me a great incite to weather conditions.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
3.07.2018

Podcast #160 Horse Rescue Farm

Last year I interviewed Amanda, a teenager who took a rescue horse to the winner’s circle. Recently, I was on a horse rescue farm where the love and passion of the volunteers are saving these horses. So come with me on the road to the Bergen County Hor...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
24.06.2018

Podcast #159 Animal Problems From Human Changes Part 1

Humans have drastically changed many things on Earth. This has caused problems for the animal world. Part 1 of a the series delves into what we have changed and what are the solutions.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
19.06.2018

Podcast #158 Outdoor Gear Organized and Safely Stored

I probably have more outdoor gear than most people. The amount you possess does not matter in regard to how it is organized, cared for, and safely stored for your next adventure. I have developed a method over the years that will be helpful to the long...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
12.06.2018

Podcast #157 Clydesdales and TV

There is so much that happens when you are filming behind the scenes. Specifically, with people in the editing and production phase. Some are truthful, many have not been. This is the story of my journey.
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author
5.06.2018

Podcast #156 Ticks, Education is the Best Protection

This may be one of the most important podcasts you ever listen to. Ticks are found throughout the United States and carry many diseases. I will discuss: Lyme’s Disease, a tick life cycle, how a tick finds a host, what happens when a tick bites, do all ...
Joey Bee Outdoors, Science, and Nature author