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The Wild with Chris Morgan

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"THE WILD with Chris Morgan" explores how nature survives and thrives alongside (and often despite) humans. Taking listeners across the Pacific Northwest and around the world, host Chris Morgan explores wildlife and the complex web of ecosystems they inhabit. He also tells the stories of people working in and protecting the wild around us.
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A few moments of reflection during these stressful times with the help of meditative sounds from nature.
We take a break from these stressful times and immerse ourselves in the sounds of the natural world, free of human beings and their noise.
Bats: Busting the myths

Bats: Busting the myths

2020-10-2731:553

Join me as I meet bats up close and in person and try to figure out the mystery behind these winged mammals.
Join Chris Morgan as he travels the English countryside with Twitcher Lee Evans.
The Arctic Tern can fly 60,000 miles in a year. Why do they travel so far?
The secret and fascinating world of these miniature marvels.
Meet the sperm whale, the true deep divers of the ocean.
There’s a wild animal and a team of researchers that might hold the clue to space travel.
On the conservation roller coaster, good and bad news for grizzly bears.
The Wolf Ranger

The Wolf Ranger

2020-06-1631:441

I saddle up, take to the hills of eastern Washington state and meet a man who left his city life behind to protect the wolves he loves.
The Power of Poop

The Power of Poop

2020-06-0228:40

I take a look at three ways biologists are using scat to understand and protect wildlife, including poop parties, a dog on a boat, and an international crime fighter.
I visit a forest of trees so old, they were around before the last wolf was killed in the 1700s.
If you want to find an owl, first you need to find some voles.
I visit a prison on the Olympic Peninsula where incarcerated individuals catalog wildlife videos for local biologists.
I meet biologists who can track multiple cougars in the forest, thanks to some special collars, GPS, and the click of a mouse.
The "salmon people" have lived on the Pacific Coast for more than 10,000 years. Through their long history, stories have been their lifeblood.
The wildlife super dog

The wildlife super dog

2020-03-1730:59

I meet an adorable puppy that may be the key to saving bears and people.
I dial into the wood wide web to understand how trees communicate.
Richard Louv writes about intimacy, but not in the way you might picture it. He says to stave off loneliness, tap into the "whisper of our fellow creatures."
Almost 30 years after an act of Congress called for the Elwha dams to come down, the ecosystem is recovering. Species are returning and staying.
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Lynn Smith

this podcast not only restores my faith in humanity every episode, it's interesting too.

Jan 20th
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R.C.

Thank you for sharing this!

Nov 25th
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Yasmine C

Do you run? Play dead? Attack the animal? All of the above?

Aug 29th
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Anna

This has quickly become one of my absolute favorite podcasts! There's so much valuable information, incredibly interesting topics expelled so insightfully and reminds ourselves that we are human. It's been quite the emotional experience. love!

Jul 22nd
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Yasmine C

Humans learning to live in harmony with nature.

Jun 22nd
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Dustin Dorsey

love this

Feb 24th
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Francisco Benavides Jr.

Love this podcast!!

Jul 19th
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Ryan E.

The Wild is incredible. I've listened to every episode at least twice.

Jul 11th
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Samgames10

Best Podcast EVER, I love everything about it. Super educational

Jul 9th
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Dario Petranović

Thank you for share this with us. You make me cry and laugh in this 20min podcast. Keep going. 💪

Jul 7th
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Bahareh

Omg! It was one of the best. I personally love the episodes like this one (and the forest therapist and the animal psychology episodes) which are talked about a concept in nature more than ones which are about one particular animal. For me, this one and the others like this works like both a meditation and educational session. I shared your podcast anywhere on social media for all my friends who love nature. Thanks for being so inspiring.💚

Jun 28th
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Maggie

So far this has been, in my opinion, the best episode. It is beautiful and magical! As someone who- due to medical issues- losing their he as ring, this episode made me cry...

Jun 18th
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Moira Manley

Love this. So happy I found this podcast.

Jun 18th
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Traci Bratton

this is my favorite podcast! it's hard to wait for the next episode to air.

Jun 11th
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Maggie

I've been on forest therapy walks and they are wonderful. However, I really didnt care for this "therapist". I think she was just nervous because she was being filmed, but to be honest she sounded like she didn't know what she was talking about.

May 28th
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Shane Marten

This is by far one of the greatest podcasts out there! I'm blown away by the details and up close sounds! I'm hooked from start to finish. Brilliant!

May 27th
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Bahareh

Omg! That last howl! Such a beautiful sound!

May 17th
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