Tag Archives: hunting podcasts

Podcast: The Life Cycle and Habits of the American Woodcock


Written by: Phil Monahan

American Woodcock Scolopax minor, Parc-nature de la Pointe-Aux-Prairies, Montreal, Canada.
Photos by guizmo_68 via Wikipedia, via CC BY 2.0 license

In his latest podcast, Reid speaks with Al Stewart, Wildlife Biologist and Upland Gamebird Specialist and Program Leader for Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Al describes the life cycle . . .

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Podcast: The Role of Sage Grouse in Conservation Efforts


Written by: Phil Monahan

Ed Arnett explains the importance of the sage grouse to our concept of the West.
Photos via facebook and trcp.org

In his latest podcast, Reid spends some time with Ed Arnett, Senior Scientist for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. Ed and Reid discuss the role sage grouse play in the . . .

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Podcast: Charley Perkins on Waterfowling and Lessons from a Life in the Outdoor Industry


Written by: Phil Monahan

Charley Perkins poses with his grandfather and outdoors mentor, Leigh Perkins, in Arkansas.

In his latest podcast, Reid spends some time with Orvis Hunting Product Developer Charley Perkins. Charley discusses his passion for waterfowl hunting, his innovations in hunting products, and . . .

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Podcast: Moms Who Hunt, with Els and Pippa Perkins


Written by: Phil Monahan

Els Van Wort (right) and little Pippa admire a good morning’s trophy, along with Orvis’s Frazier Blair.
Photo by Simon Perkins

In light of the recent Mother’s Day, Reid spends a short podcast celebrating moms who hunt. He is joined by his good friend Els Van Woert, wife of Orvis VP of Creative and Brand Marketing . . .

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