Want to know how to be a true Idahoan? Well we have Commissioner of the Idaho Fish & Game Southwest Region, Idaho small business owner and father of 4 upcoming Idahoans, Blake Fischer here to tell you how. Blake was raised in the outdoors and is making it his mission for everyone to continue enjoying what he fell in love with, the wilderness. He talks about what he’s doing as Commissioner to get people outside, his thoughts on the declining numbers of people hunting across the country and how those numbers can improve. We also talk about his involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters which led to him being named Big Brother of the Year by BBBS. Blake's Wilderness Attitude is evident in everything he does and he will definitely bring a little more into your life.
Wild fires can effect everything caught in it's wake, wildlife included. But, it's not all doom & gloom. There is a silver lining to that smokey sky. As strange as it might seem, fires are a natural part of our landscape, in many cases, it's natures way of manipulating habitat and allowing it to thrive for hundreds of years.
The stillness before sunrise, the sound of bobbing decoys on the calm water, anticipating the sight of multi-colored wings, these are just a few ways to describe the obsession that is, duck hunting, and we have the perfect person, Owner of Cutter Calls, Colt Turpen, to explain it all.
We come to you from 12,157 feet of elevation on top of the South Western Colorado Mountains. Brandon is joined by Team WA member Matt Howell & Host of Living Country in The City Podcast, Sam Ayers.
We have talked a lot about Wildlife Conservation & Wildlife Preservation on the podcast but, there is still a major disconnect today with understanding the fundamentals of it all. So, we are pleased to finally welcome the President of the Pope & Young Club, Jim Willems, to clear it all up.
This week we have a special podcast for you all about bears! This is just one of many podcasts we have in store for you with the awesome folks at Colorado Parks & Wildlife. The CPW Area Wildlife Manager Matt Thorpe & CPW District Wildlife Manager Adrian Archuleta join us to talk about the bear study that was conducted in Colorado over the last 5 years.
Lora Gene Young is an amazing free-spirited woman, living life to the fullest through traveling, hunting & guiding all over the world. She has been involved in the guiding business for 5 years and gets to call New Zealand, Australia, Alaska and many more places her home for many months out of the year.
Trevon Stoltzfus of Outback Outdoors, filmmaker and Producer is no stranger to the podcast and he is back to talk in depth about his new film that is being released today. The Florida Mountains in southern NM boasts an impressive elevation change of approximately 2,400’ from the desert floor and is home to some of the most elusive animals in the lower 48, the Persian (Bezoar) Ibex.