Birds Of Prey

Episode #27: Saving Vultures


In this episode, I interview my good friend, Dr. Munir Virani. He's the Vice President for Conservation Strategy and External Affairs at The Peregrine Fund. We discuss Asian and African Vultures and why they are considered one of the most threatened groups of animals on the planet. Threats we cover include human/animal conflict, poisoning, poaching, and use on the black market. Dr. Virani also recounts his terrifying encounters with lions and a lone buffalo. 

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Dr. Virani's TED Talk "Why I Love Vultures"

Dr. Virani and Corbin Maxey's "Through The Eyes Of A Vulture"

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Episode #16: Wildlife Advocate & Adventure Enthusiast


In this episode, I speak to wildlife advocate and adventure enthusiast, Aaron Couch. We discuss his early beginnings volunteering at zoos and working at a pet emergency clinic in Alaska. We then discuss wolves, his work at the Teton Raptor Center, and how to inspire others interested in working with wildlife.  

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Episode #9: My Dream Job: Saving Birds Of Prey


In this episode, I sit down with Erin Katzner. She's the director of Global Engagement for The Peregrine Fund and has worked with Birds of Prey for over 27 years. We discuss her early beginnings at The Columbus Zoo, training birds at The National Aviary, and landing her dream job working for The Peregrine Fund: