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Ep. 150: Tim Burnett- Beyond The Solo Hunter

Ep. 150: Tim Burnett- Beyond The Solo Hunter

Tim Burnett of SOLO HNTR has been sharing his adventures in the wild, hunting alone for over a decade. He joins us for the first time to talk about Tim- the father and husband. You have heard tons of podcasts with Tim but, you haven’t heard him like this. Tune-in to hear about Tim Burnett, the man beyond SOLO HNTR.

Ep. 135: Donnie Vincent- "The Other Side" Five Years of Epic Adventure

Ep. 135: Donnie Vincent- "The Other Side" Five Years of Epic Adventure

Donnie Vincent is known as an explorer, biologist, conservationist, sportsman and, real-life mountain man but, he is also an incredible filmmaker and storyteller. Donnie and his team at Sicmanta Multimedia have spent years in the wilderness documenting Donnie’s unbelievable adventures, amazing animal encounters and experiences with both the beauty & the best of mother nature. His most recent film, “The Other Side” is a culmination of 5 years in the wilderness.

Ep. 125: Wilderness, Wildlife & Wolves

Ep. 125: Wilderness, Wildlife & Wolves

Since being listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1974, and then their reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho in 1995, the battle over the presence of the gray wolf in the West has been an ongoing debate. Justin Webb, Hunting Guide for Clark Fork Outfitters and Mission Advancement Director of the Foundation for Wildlife Management, sits down with us to share his life in the wilderness and his incredible experiences with wolves in Idaho.

Ep. 113: Recovering The Grizzly Bear

Ep. 113: Recovering The Grizzly Bear

Wyoming has been highly publicized over the past couple of months regarding the delisting of the grizzly bear for the 1st time in over 40 years. Some are asking, Aren't they still a threatened species? Why now? And Is this a good thing? Well, we have Bear Wise Coordinator of Wyoming Game & Fish, Dusty Lasseter, here to answer it all including why this decision is so important for the state of Wyoming and the future of the grizzly bear.