In this episode we explore the intertwingled intersection of conservation and hunting. Can you both care about wildlife and its habitat and take an animal’s life?
Next, rain, snow and sleet show up on meterologists’ radar screen. But sometimes weather boffins spot something else on their glowing monitors. Something else that has nothing to do with clouds, forecasts or humidex reports.
Learn more about Aldo Leopold.
Learn more about the Boone and Crocket Club.
And, of course, you can learn more about Ducks Unlimited Canada too.
Winifred Kessler has been a wildlife ecologist for more than four decades.
She has a PhD in zoology. She spearheaded the University of Northern British Columbia’s Forestry program and was a professor and chair of that program for seven years.
She’s now retired but sits on the board of directors of the Habitat Conservation Trust Fund and DUC. And, most recently, she won the coveted Aldo Leopold Memorial Award. That’s the highest honour the Wildlife Society gives out.
John Sauder is a CBC meteorologist and pilot who lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba.