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Welcome to the ESCAPE THE ZOO podcast, where we interview leading wildlife photographers, conservationists and scientists to learn more about the awe-inspiring species that we share this fascinating planet with. Guests of the podcast have traveled to the the edges of the world to observe, photograph, study and support wildlife in their natural environment and, as you probably can imagine, now have some of the most exciting, scary, crazy, extreme, and beautiful stories that I have ever heard. ...
 
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Federico Veronesi is a Kenya-based professional wildlife photographer and safari guide. This is his second time on the podcast. We spend time chatting about his upcoming photographic book, One Life, which is following up his incredible first book, “Light and Dust.” We recorded this back in June when the Kickstarter was up and running. Unfortunately…
 
Dr. Arnaud Desbiez is a conservation biologist living in Brazil. He is the founder of both the Giant Armadillo Conservation Project as well as Anteaters & Highways. He is also the subject of Hotel Armadillo, a story by BBC narrated by David Attenborough. We chat about: Giant armadillos and giant anteaters Fires in the Amazon The role of zoos in con…
 
Rob Timmins is a biologist who has discovered several new wildlife species never before known to conservation. We talk about striped rabbits, bald birds, and Asian unicorns. Rob’s work: Rob’s research: https://bit.ly/2MULQij https://www.savethesaola.org/ Sources for topics discussed: William Robichaud:https://bit.ly/35R2szS Saola Working Group: htt…
 
Shaaz Jung is a naturalist, big cat tracker, professional wildlife photographer and cinematographer. We talk about: - His upcoming film on the black panther - How one leopard changed the course of his entire life - Stories of sloth bears, elephants, leucistic deer, flying lizards and so much more! Shaaz’s work: http://shaazjung.com/ http://thebison…
 
Serge Wich is a professor in primate biology at Liverpool John Moores University and an honorary professor for the conservation of the great apes at the University of Amsterdam. He is also the co-founder of the nonprofit, Conservation Drones. His research focuses on primate behavioral ecology, tropical rain forest ecology, and the conservation of p…
 
Rhett Butler is the founder of Mongabay, one of the most popular environmental science and conservation news sites in the world. He has such an interesting background and some wild stories. We talk about rainforests, deforestation, climate change, bioacoustic monitoring, close encounters with elephants and gorillas, and what it is like to be friend…
 
Daisy Gilardini is a photographer and conservationist specialized in the polar regions and North American bears. Her images have been published internationally by leading media outlets including National Geographic, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, and many, many others. Gilardini is a Canadian Geographic photographer-in-residence, member of the Internat…
 
Caine Delacy is a marine biologist, expedition leader, conservationist and wildlife photographer. We chat about: - swimming with sperm, humpback and pilot whales - the mysteries of whale communication - photographing bobcats in Colorado Caine’s work: www.cainedelacy.com www.instagram.com/cainedelacy Sources for topics discussed: Grizzly Years by Do…
 
Rebecca Stirnemann is a biologist, conservationist and writer from New Zealand. Rebecca has spent nearly a decade working to protect the critically endangered, national bird of Samoa....the little dodo. Check out Rebecca’s work: book: https://bit.ly/2KRUmk6 Twitter: www.twitter.com/samoanbirds research: https://bit.ly/2XuaXMl Medium: https://bit.ly…
 
Bryce Andrews is a rancher, conservationist and author from Montana. He works with People and Carnivores, a non profit aimed to reconnect and restore carnivore populations in the Northern Rockies by working with the region’s people to prevent human-carnivore conflicts. He just released his new book, Down from the Mountain, which tells the story of …
 
Jeremy Hance is a journalist with experience writing about wildlife, climate change, energy politics, animal behavior, conservation and much more for outlets like Mongabay and The Guardian. We talk about: - the recent human rights allegations against the WWF - the potential reintroduction of the Malayan tapir into Borneo - the conservation status o…
 
The Fab Five will be back in just over a month: Queer Eye will return for Season 3 on Friday, March 15 on Netflix. The premiere news was announced Wednesday morning via a video, set to an upcoming single from singer Carly Rae Jepsen. As previously reported, the Fab Five will be based out of Kansas City, Missouri, for Season 3.…
 
William Robichaud is the founder of the Saola Working Group. The saola is one of the rarest large animals on Earth. It is the sole species of a genus of bovids. Its scientific discovery in the forests of Vietnam in 1992 was one of the most spectacular zoological finds of the 20th century. Please check out William’s work: www.savethesaola.org Public…
 
Niall McCann is an explorer, biologist and conservationist who currently serves as the Director of Conservation for National Park Rescue, a direct-action conservation organization that focuses on preventing the slaughter of elephants, rhinos and lions in sub-Saharan Africa. We talk about: - giant otters and tapirs - catching pythons and anacondas -…
 
Will Burrard-Lucas is an incredible wildlife photographer from the UK. He often uses new technologies and innovations to photograph wildlife in unique ways. He just released his brand new book, Land of Giants. Below is the book synopsis to provide perspective: "Deep in the heart of a vast wilderness, some of the rarest creatures on Earth still roam…
 
Ami Vitale is a Nikon Ambassador and National Geographic magazine photographer. Instyle Magazine named Ami one of fifty Badass Women who are changing the world, a list that also includes Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Katie Couric, Cardi B, and Jane Goodall. Ami is a founding member of Ripple Effect Images, an organization that uses storytelling to shed ligh…
 
But I'm a Cheerleader and I do NOT want to write this episode description. Along with Gracie and Rachel, we bring on a hard Double-"D" list celebrity Aunty Chan to watch this really fucked up episode of Ru Pauls Drag Race. Next week we have Steven Kleinberg bringing in The Last Boy Scout.Reel Drunk with Chris and Reed による
 
Carl Safina is a conservationist and writer. His writing about the living world has won a MacArthur “genius” prize, Pew, and Guggenheim Fellowships in addition to countless awards and medals. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, TIME, Audubon, National Geographic News and Views, Huffington Post, CNN.com, and numerous other publications. …
 
Today’s guest is Greg McCann. Greg has a very interesting story. He has taken it upon himself to travel to some of the most remote wildernesses of Southeast Asia to find isolated ecosystems where not only have very few people have ever ventured, but very small populations of highly endangered species still exist. He then sets up remote camera traps…
 
Dr. Jodi Rowley is a biologist with a focus on amphibian diversity, ecology and conservation. Jodi and her team have discovered a multitude of amphibian species never before known to science and have gone to the most extreme lengths to find them. I found this conversation to be absolutely fascinating. We talk about: - trekking into remote Cambodian…
 
Cristina Mittermeier is a contributing photographer, speaker, and explorer for National Geographic. She is the Founder and President of SeaLegacy, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the protection of the world’s oceans through storytelling with her partner, Canadian photographer Paul Nicklen. She founded the prestigious International L…
 
Shannon Wild! is an absolutely incredible wildlife photographer and cinematographer. Shannon has worked with clients such as Nat Geo WILD, WildAid, and the United Nations. She has written three books, runs photographic expeditions, and founded Wild In Africa, a business that creates handmade beaded bracelets that are very cool, but even cooler is t…
 
Shem Compion is an adventurer, nature photographer, creative, author and photography hide builder. He runs C4 Photo Safaris, a company with a simple goal - to bring clients to the best wildlife locations, in the best season with the best photo guides so you can take the best photos. We discuss: - Working with BBC to capture lions hunting elephants …
 
Ken Geiger is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who served nearly twelve years with National Geographic Magazine as Deputy Director of Photography. We discuss: - photojournalism - a 3200 year old Sequoia tree - wild dogs in Africa - desert foxes in Morocco - his widely celebrated photo of a solar eclipse that also sparked a little controversy P…
 
Amber Jackson and Emily Hazelwood are marine scientists, explorers, and entrepreneurs. They are founders of the certified, women-owned marine environmental consulting firm, Blue Latitudes. We talk about their program Rigs-to-Reefs, where offshore oil platforms that are no longer being used by oil companies are modified so they can continue to suppo…
 
Russell MacLaughlin is an award-winning wildlife filmmaker, photographer, naturalist, and conservationist who creates with groups like National Geographic, WildAid, and Disneynature. We discuss:- his new film project documenting one of the rarest animals in the world, the black panther in India- swimming with crocodiles- lemurs in Madagascar- wolve…
 
Jeremy Hance is a journalist with experience writing about wildlife, climate change, energy politics, animal behavior, and much more for outlets like Mongabay and The Guardian.We talk about:- solenodons: venomous, nocturnal, burrowing mammals found in the Caribbean that can trace their lineage back to the dinosaurs- the Sumatran rhino: a small, hai…
 
Dr. James Borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator with a passion for adventurous expeditions and conservation fieldwork.I really enjoyed this fascinating conversation including discussions on:- invasive species- trophy hunting- discovering a new species of amphibian in Madagascar- using dogs that think they are goats to save ch…
 
Matt Draper is an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer. Matt uses his imagery to foster love for the ocean, by replacing fear with fascination.We discuss:Free diving with humpback whales in TongaTraveling for two weeks on an ice-breaking boat to find king penguins on Macquarie IslandWatching two elephant seals fightCage diving with great…
 
Elliott Neep is an award-winning wildlife photographer and photographic guide. He has produced articles for major photographic publications, including BBC Wildlife magazine and the National Press.Included stories:- searching for tigers in India- witnessing hyenas hunt flamingos in Africa- extreme trips to the Arctic and Antarctic- why Elliott decid…
 
Dan Westergren has spent three decades producing award-winning images as a National Geographic Society photographer, photo editor, and social media strategist. He has served as Director of Photography at National Geographic Travel, and as a result, is probably the most well traveled individual that I have ever had the pleasure of speaking with.Incl…
 
Richard Peters is a UK-based wildlife photographer and Nikon ambassador who has received numerous accolades for his work, including being named the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Included stories:- the photo that he almost intentionally deleted that went on to win his first award- his award-winning collection of beautiful images taken …
 
Jed Weingarten is an accomplished wildlife photographer based in Bozeman, Montana who has spent much of his professional career in China.Included stories:- being one of the very few to not only see but film snow leopards in the wild- the current state of conservation in China- the rush of flying over a waterfall in a kayak- how to be accepted into …
 
Tayla McCurdy is a guide on safariLIVE, a live stream from the African wilderness every single day on YouTube and TV. Tayla splits her time between the Sabi Sands in South Africa and the Masai Mara in Kenya leading this unscripted broadcast. She is super fun and I had an absolute blast chatting about her work, her photography and stories from the b…
 
Shawn Heinrichs is an Emmy Award winning cinematographer, photographer, scuba diver, and marine conservationist. You may recognize him from the documentary, Racing Extinction. His conservation focus areas include ending the global slaughter of sharks, protecting manta and mobula rays, and establishing marine protected areas.Included stories:- going…
 
Yaron Schmid is a veterinarian, wildlife photographer and African safari guide. Included stories:- cheetahs jumping onto his roofless car- watching baby leopards and lions- dik diks: an antelope the size of a pocket book dog- the sad story of the murder of Tanzania’s leading elephant conservationist- staring into the eyes of a baby gorillaPlease ch…
 
Drew Rush is a wildlife and natural history photographer based in Wyoming. If you follow @natgeo and @natgeotravel on Instagram, you will likely recognize his name and photos. He is a remote camera specialist, using camera traps to capture never before seen animal behavior in the wild. Included stories:Floating above the world in a powered paraglid…
 
When I think of stunning wildlife photography, Kenya-based Federico Veronesi always is amongst the top of my list. His imagery is insanely beautiful. Living in Kenya, he has an intimate knowledge of individual animals that he has watched for years and that comes across in his work in a profound way. Included stories:- his bold and inspiring journey…
 
Alastair Pollock is an underwater photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Included stories:- swimming with sneaky sharks that get too close for comfort - realizing you’ve gone too close to a fur seal colony- how to find a leafy sea dragon- what the hammer of a hammerhead shark feels likePlease check out and support Alastair’s work:http://www.alast…
 
Anand Varma is a photographer with a degree in integrative biology from UC Berkeley. He helps biologists communicate their research through photographs, and tell the story behind the science of complex issues. Included stories:- mind controlling parasites- zombie ladybugs- a near death experience with a volcano- glowing mushrooms- bee pollination -…
 
Michelle Valberg is a Canadian wildlife photographer and nonprofit leader with several books to her name. She is a Nikon Ambassador and was named as the first ever Canadian Geographic Photographer-in-Residence. She founded Project North, a nonprofit that delivers education and sports-based opportunities to youth in Canada’s Arctic. If you love bear…
 
Keith Connelly is a wildlife guide, photographic guide, professional photographer and travel addict. Included stories:- being shoved by a gorilla- getting caught in gunfire on a hippo-filled lake- climbing Kilimanjaro - conservation ideologies in AfricaPlease check out and support Keith’s work:https://www.keith-connelly.com/https://www.instagram.co…
 
Margot Raggett is a renowned wildlife photographer and conservationist. Her Remembering Wildlife series of photographic books include contributions from some of the greatest wildlife photographers in the world and all proceeds are directly donated to important conservation work. Remembering Elephants, Rhinos, and Great Apes have received tremendous…
 
John Marriott is a Canadian wildlife photographer, author, personality and outspoken conservation advocate. Included stories:- relaxing with spirit bears in the Great Bear Rainforest - photographing the ice grizzlies of the Arctic Circle in Canada’s Yukon- four years tracking the Pipestone wolves in Banff National Park- the massive caribou migratio…
 
Tony Wu is a multiple winner at the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards, most well known for his work underwater with whales and other cetaceans.Included stories:- Tony’s terrifying experience with a sperm whale that changed the course of his life- an underwater phenomenon that he is the only person on Earth to ever do…
 
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