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Natalie Rhea is a writer, film-maker and photographer who has spent the last few years exploring the great outdoors through her connection with food, and that has led her to both hunting and fishing. In this episode, she recounts her first foray into the world of turkey hunting in a story presented by Duckcamp and published in Modern Huntsman volume 9. Read the full story here Podcast presented by Modern Huntsman Story presented by Duckcamp Support on patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace Watch: Paid in Blood    
Alex studied politics and history at Cambridge University, and has spent much of the last decade working, exploring and living in South East Asia. He received the single largest UK film grant for his debut documentary about Burma’s lost royal family, We Were Kings. He is just about to release his book and TV series, The Last Overland, recreating one of the greatest overland adventures in history. Alex is also a fellow at the Royal Geographic Society. www.thelastoverland.com This is a Modern Huntsman production Support on pateron: www.patreon.com/byronpace Watch my latest film trailer, Paid in Blood www.byronpace.com    
This week I am joined by the brilliant storyteller and filmmaker that is Ben Masters. We talk all about his incredible new feature film, Deep in The Heart, and tackle a host of controversial topics which cross the bounds between conservation and hunting. https://deepintheheartwildlife.com/ Podcast supported by Modern Huntsman See my latest film trailer on youtube: Paid in Blood Support the podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace
Danny is a photographer, philosopher, hunter, naturalist, conservation, chef, farmer, and now TV host on Wild TV. In this episode we talk about his journey to bring the great outdoors to people, making nature and our role in nature more understandable and accessible to the masses. For more see: The Urban Huntsman This is a Modern Huntsman production. Buy volume 9 now online Support the show on www.patreon.com/byronpace www.byronpace.com
Rob Green is a conservation journalist and photographer from Montana, and in a recent contribution to Modern Huntsman volume 9, he wrote extensively about the current conflict with grizzly bears in the United States. From near extinction to the recovery of the species in an increasingly humanised landscape, the management of grizzly bears is one of the most contentious issues of the day. Read more in Modern Huntsman volume 9: The Hands That Feed, available now. Support the show on Patreon.com/byronpace www.byronpace.com
Episode 210 is the third instalment of the Tecovas Outpost series, bringing you stories of the wilderness from the American west, from people who live, breathe and work on the land. You can read articles related to this series on the Tecovas website. In this show, I speak with Josh Crumpton. An avid angler, he is a naturalist, conservationist, and mentor, coming to the world of hunting and fishing despite a series of barriers he faced in his formative years. His story covers diversity in the outdoors and the challenges for people trying to connect with nature in the modern world.  This is a Modern Huntsman production More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
In this episode, something different. A few months ago I was asked to host an episode of UNpacked, tackling the question: what is ethical wildlife tourism? This is that investigation, originally released by www.afar.com/unpacked. The Into The Wilderness podcast is a www.modernhuntsman.com production. Purchase the full back catalogue of volumes on the website There's nothing quite like a magical, transportive animal encounter—but how do we ensure those encounters are good for the animals (and good for the places we visit)? Journalist Byron Pace, host of the Into the Wilderness Podcast, takes us on a journey around the world, talking with wildlife experts ranging from a shark scientist in Australia to a California-based biologist. Resources: Hear more from Byron's guests and from Byron himself at modernhuntsman.com/podcast. Dan Blumstein: https://www.ioes.ucla.edu/person/daniel-blumstein/ Dan's book, Ecotourism's Promise and Peril: https://geni.us/dTFm Melissa Cristina Márquez: https://www.melissacristinamarquez.com/ Pete Carr of the Endangered Species Protection Agency: https://speciesprotectionusa.org/ Sarah Roberts: https://www.sarahrobertsofficial.com/work-with-me Lucas Bustamante, Tropical Herping: https://www.tropicalherping.com/about/lucas_bustamante.html Have a travel conundrum you want us to unpack? Tweet us, DM us on Instagram, or post on our Facebook page. Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFARmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afarmedia/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AfarMedia/
In the early part of 2022 I headed north of Inverness in Scotland to join Lloyd Morse and Sam Thompson in search of deer; deer which was destined for the plate of customers in The Palmerston restaurant in Edinburgh—recently named one of the top 100 places to eat in the UK. The is an episode about food sourcing and the delight of being enthused by the raw ingredients of a meal, from a man not afraid to say it as it is. I got to eat some of the best sika venison of my life, but for you, dear listener, you will just have to hear about that and head to The Palmerston yourself. The Palmerston Buy the latest Modern Huntsman For more visit Byron Pace
Swarovski Optik presents: Living with Nature. In this episode, I chat with friend Sarah Roberts. A woman of many talents, she's a children's writer, TV presenter, environmental journalist, and has an incredible article in the next volume of Modern Huntsman all about sharks. Check Modern Huntsman for more. Binoculars: More Here Questions: 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik In partnership with Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
Swarovski Optik presents: Living with Nature. In this show, I catch up with a friend and previous guest, ecologist Charles Post. Many regular listeners will be familiar with Charles. He is a Masters graduate from Berkley, a member of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, a fellow at the Explorers Club, a filmmaker, and one of my favourite people on the planet to geek out with. Questions: 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik In partnership with Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
This is episode 206 and our second episode of the Tecovas Outpost series. If you want to hear the first episode in this series, go back to Ep.195 and the brilliant interview with Matt Skogland from North Bridger Bison, recorded in the sagebrush steppe of Montana. The Outpost series brings you stories of the wilderness from the American west, from people who live, breathe and work on the land. You can read articles related to this series on the Tecovas website. In this show, I speak with Malou Andersen-Ramirez from her family ranch in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. She speaks of the shifting mindsets around living with wild animals alongside livestock, and in particular large predators — the most controversial of all. But more than that, Malou offers a view of the natural world which encourages observation and alignment with natural processes in order to live more in step with nature. Presented by Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
From the Field is a special series of immersive podcasts, combining field recordings and interviews to bring you with us, as we tell stories of some of the most fascinating conservation initiatives from around the globe. In the last of three episodes in this series, we hear about the 24 lions project, reintroducing the king of beasts to an area they had long been absent. This was the largest expansion of the African lion range in history. This series is a Modern Huntsman production, presented by the Cabela Family Foundation. Your podcast host, editor and producer was Byron Pace, Conservation Director of Modern Huntsman. Also assisting in the field and navigating interviews is Editor in Chief, Tyler Sharp. Get your copy of Modern Huntsman volume 8 now, covering more stories on the conservation challenges in Africa.
Swarovski Optik presents: Living with Nature. In this episode, we hear from Jillian Lukiwski, who some of you may know as the Noisy Plume from her social media accounts and website. She is a farmer, writer, photographer, silversmith and above all a child of nature. She has previously appeared in Modern Huntsman and has an incredibly moving article in volume 9, due out in the next few months. Questions: 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik In partnership with Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
From the Field is a special series of immersive podcasts, combining field recordings and interviews to bring you with us, as we tell stories of some of the most fascinating conservation initiatives from around the globe. In the second of three episodes, we hear about what it takes to create successful landscape-scale conservation, the importance of anti-poaching teams, and wrap up the cheetah reintroduction from episode one. This series is a Modern Huntsman production, presented by the Cabela Family Foundation. Your podcast host, editor and producer was Byron Pace, Conservation Director of Modern Huntsman. Also assisting in the field and navigating interviews is Editor in Chief, Tyler Sharp. Get your copy of Modern Huntsman volume 8 now, covering more stories on the conservation challenges in Africa.
Swarovski Optik presents: Living with Nature. In this episode we hear from Melissa Cristina Marquez. She is a marine biologist specializing in shark science, she has a column in Forbes, is a TV presenter for NatGeo and you may have seen her in GQ, giving a TedX talk, on Discovery Channel or Good Morning America. She is an incredible science communicator and it's a privilege to have her on the show. Questions: 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik Presented by Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
From the Field is a special series of immersive podcasts, combining field recordings and interviews to bring you with us, as we tell stories of some of the most fascinating conservation initiatives from around the globe. In the first of three episodes, we hear about an ambitious reintroduction project in Mozambique, which represents the largest expansion of their range in history. This series is a Modern Huntsman production, presented by the Cabela Family Foundation. Your podcast host, editor and producer was Byron Pace, Conservation Director of Modern Huntsman. Also assisting in the field and navigating interviews is Editor in Chief, Tyler Sharp. Get your copy of Modern Huntsman volume 8 now, covering more stories on the conservation challenges in Africa.
Swarovski Optik presents: Living with Nature. In this episode we hear from Lindsey Davis. A friend of the show, she is contributor to Modern Hunstman, an ecologist, an advocate of citizen science, and the current vice president of the Outdoor Alliance, to mention just a few of the things she is involved in.   Questions: 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik Presented by Modern Huntsman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
From being a hunting douche, to the virtues of sika venison and going on a DIY black bear hunt. Sam Thompson is back on the show to kick off 2022 the way it should be: with laughs and subtle hints of educational value. Produced in partnership with www.modernhuntsman.com Support on patreon: www.patreon.com/byronpace www.byronpace.com
Host, Byron Pace, gives a brief run-down of his projects from last year before getting into the first in a new series presented by Swarovski Optik: Living with Nature. Once a month you get to hear from a spectrum of guests from around the globe, from biologists to explorers, answering five questions on how they connect with nature. 1/How do you connect to nature on a regular basis? 2/Do you have a good example of how companies, people or organisations are helping to rebuild the bridge and connection between people and nature? 3/Is there a conservation story happening right now that you are particularly passionate about? 4/Is there someone who inspires you and/or is doing great work in the outdoors space? 5/Do you have a stand-out memory connecting with nature?  In association with Swarovski Optik Presented by Modern Hunstman More info www.byronpace.com Support the podcast on Patreon
Mike Robinson is a Forloh ambassador, hunter, fisherman, restauranteur, deer manager and TV host to mention just a few things. In this episode we discuss sustainable food sourcing, using wildlife as a resource and how to cook the perfect grouse. This episode is presented by www.forloh.com Podcast partner www.modernhuntsman.com www.byronpace.com info@paceproductionsuk.com
Comments (4)

Robert Mansell

episode doesnt download

Mar 10th
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Simian I am

This show is fantastic. Wonderfully put together. Intriguing and important topics based around conservation and outdoorsmanship.

Nov 10th
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Stephanie W

Great podcast! 17min before starting the interview though, could you try and cut that down??

Oct 10th
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Country feathers and tweed

great podcast if you hunt or don't , actually if you don't I urge you to listen to these guys and the guests they get on the show 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Apr 14th
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