Posted on April 26, 2018 by Devon Bowker
In the mid-season premiere, we tell the story of two Harvard professors with a bucket of frogs and a rooftop, solve the decade old mystery of exploding toads in Germany, identify the culprit of frog deformities across the Western US, speak with Dr. Voyles about her research on disease ecology and amphibians in Panama, and chat with Dr. Konrad Rykaczewski about the inspiration for his antifreeze technology.
Category: Amphibians, The Podcast, The Wild Life BlogTags: amphibian, antifreeze, arizona state university, asu, atelopus, barbour, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, bd, biology, chorus, chytrid, crow, darlington, devon bowker, disease ecology, ecology, environment, flat worm, flying frogs, frog, fungus, gray tree frog, harvard, herpetology, jaimie voyles, konrad rykaczewski, life, naturalist, nature, panama, parasitic worm, podcast, poison dart frog, Rykaczewski research group, the urban interface, the wild life, thewildlife, toad, toxicity, variable harlequin frog, western chorus frog, wildlife
Posted on April 9, 2018 by Devon Bowker
The mid-season premier is coming this Earth Day—April 22, 2018
Posted on April 8, 2018 by Devon Bowker
Butterflyfish area group of around 120 species in the Family Chaetodontidae. The one in this weeks #SundayFishSketch is the Copperband butterflyfish.
Category: Fish, The Wild Life BlogTags: animals, biology, Blue Planet, butterfly fish, butterflyfish, coral, current events, earth, ecology, environment, Fish, fishes, Ichthyology, life, nature, Ocean, reef, Rene Martin, Sea, subtropical, SundayFishSketch, the wild life, thewildlife, tropical, wilderness, wildlife
Posted on April 2, 2018 by teacherwhohikes
As hikers, we like to do what we can to be more comfortable, and we need to protect the most important hiking tool we have, our feet!
Posted on March 7, 2018 by Devon Bowker
This week, we are going off format in the first of an intermittent series we are calling Myth-Understood in which we explore commonly believed myths about different misunderstood animals and examine the truth behind the legends. This week we focus on an animal that has been the victim of superstition and fear for thousands of years.