Nevada Wild

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Help Truckee River Fish – Rest Your River

Posted by on Jul 17, 2015

Help Truckee River Fish – Rest Your River

This week on Nevada Wild Teresa and Edwin sit down with Kim Tisdale and Travis Hawks, both NDOW fisheries biologists in the Western Region to discuss how local fisheries have been impacted by low water levels. They go into detail, outlining the new public outreach campaign called “Rest Your River” designed to urge anglers who frequent to the Truckee River and other drought impacted...

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How Drought Impacts Nevada’s Black Bears

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015

How Drought Impacts Nevada’s Black Bears

This week Edwin and Teresa welcome NDOW bear biologist Carl Lackey on the podcast to talk about what you can do to make living in bear country the best experience both for you and the bears. July is BEAR Logic Month when the Nevada Department of Wildlife makes a special effort to help educate the public about living in bear country. Bear Month Photo Gallery Bear Month Podcast...

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Water Guzzlers Help Nevada Wildlife

Posted by on Jun 12, 2015

Water Guzzlers Help Nevada Wildlife

On this week’s show, Edwin and Teresa talk with NDOW Volunteer Program Coordinator, Kim Toulouse and Habitat Biologist, Clint Garret about NDOW’s Water Development Program. As a very dry state, Nevada has a long history of installing water developments, otherwise known as guzzlers for big game and other wildlife. For more on water guzzlers, wildlife and drought: NDOW Helping Nevada...

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Drought and Wildlife in Nevada

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014

Drought and Wildlife in Nevada

Bears: Join us this hour for a conversation with Carl Lackey, Nevada’s bear biologist. Carl will discuss how to avoid bear conflicts and the dangers of attracting bears. Teresa informs listeners about the latest fish rescue, following record drought in Northern Nevada. http://nevadawild.org/audio/NevadaWild-Season-1-Episode-2.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window |...

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