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Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of the Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and provide in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Nature sounds for relaxation, stress relief, meditation, sleep, or whatever you like. Enjoy. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soundbynature/support
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Make homeschool nature study a reality with these simple lessons and outdoor challenges for families. Cindy West of No Sweat Nature Study LIVE shares seasonal, bite-sized information and creative nature journaling suggestions to enhance your science studies. Listen to a lesson during morning time in preparation for an afternoon nature walk or as you get ready to walk out the door. Turn it on in the car on your way to a nature walk destination or listen at the beginning of your walk. No matte ...
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Having trouble sleeping? Need some calming sounds while you write? Relaxing Nature Sounds are soundscapes designed for meditation, relaxation, sleeping, and other activates where you need natural ambience in the background. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcast, YouTube Music, and most other podcast providers.
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Nature Guys connects you to the exciting natural world right in your own neighborhood. These nature connections will help you be cool, calm, collected and ready to make a positive difference in the world. Nature Guys is hosted by Bob a long time nature lover.
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Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
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Life is strange, naturally you want to hear about it. Strange by Nature is your guide to the strange, weird and unbelievable side of nature. Professional naturalists present weekly curated stories about just how strange nature can get.
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Nature Revisited

Noorden Productions

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Nature Revisited is a podcast that explores our relationship with the natural world through interviews, stories and discussions that highlight the notion that nature is not a place one goes to, but rather a place one is a part of - that We Are Nature.
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Discover and explore nature together. For families, home educators and teachers who want to support children to live in touch with nature. Let's rewild childhood. Hosted by Rachel Mills, educator, animation producer and founder of Buttercup Learning in conversation with our nature-curious guests.
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Nature’s Archive explores and reveals nature in all of its forms through interviews with ecologists, naturalists, educators, authors, and researchers. You'll be inspired by each guest's unique journey and the amazing nuance of nature, which never ceases to challenge conventional wisdom. Nature's Archive is part of Jumpstart Nature, an organization that seeks to empower everyone to support nature and the environment. Join me on this journey!
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Springer Nature

Springer Nature

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Welcome to the Springer Nature Soundcloud page! Here you will find several podcasts from our journals across a range of scientific subjects, including Gene Pod, ModPath Chat, Pediapod, Hereditypod and Brainpod.
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Nature Tripping

Jo Kennedy and Cathy Shaw

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Jo and Cathy go out to immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of nature at various locations around the British Isles. Join them as they chat about the wildlife around them and listen in to their surroundings.
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This podcast explores the deep connection between the land and Self through nature-based meditations and contemplative experiences that invite us back into belonging - to each other, our ancestors, the earth, and all beings that make up this universe. Our Mindful Nature is the new name of The Mindful Minute podcast. I {Meryl} have been sharing meditation classes on this podcast for more than 8 years, and as of 2024, I felt it was time to update the name to more accurately reflect the content ...
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Nature Breaking

World Wildlife Fund

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Join host Seth Larson as he interviews experts on some of the biggest environmental issues affecting people and our planet, including climate change, habitat loss, endangered species, and more. Learn something new about nature in every episode. This show is produced by World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
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Relax and unwind with water and nature sounds. This podcast is filled with the soothing sounds of the rain, ocean, rivers and all types of water. And an array of nature sounds, like gentle crickets, calming wind, and relaxing noises from the forest. Play the episodes in the background while you work, throughout the day, and as you fall asleep so you can feel calm, peaceful and relaxed. Brought to you by the Women’s Meditation Network. https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com
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Linzi and Mark aka Suite Natured host a light hearted podcast where they share their cruise experiences and give their thoughts on recent cruise news and stories. Each episode is recorded and published in real time & unscripted, no edits, which can lead to some "interesting" conversations. Linzi & Mark's YouTube channel, Suite Natured has had over 1.2M views in the past year and covers cruise reviews, ship tours, dining guides, drinks package reviews, cabin tours/reviews and more. Visit http ...
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Listen ad free at: https://www.solgoodmedia.com - Check out our Streaming Service for our full collection of sounds, hundreds of audiobooks, thousands of short stories, and original podcasts - all ad-free!! Rain, rain sounds, thunderstorm, nature sounds, waterfall, ambient sounds, relaxation, sleep, meditation, white noise, calming, peaceful, atmospheric, weather, rain, lightning, stormy, dark skies, soothing, natural, environment, ASMR, podcast
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Tune Into Nature

Warner College of Natural Resources at CSU

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Hello Warner Rams! You are Tuning Into Nature: A Warner College Podcast. Join our student ambassadors as they explore the passion and investment in our natural world.
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Australian nature is full of strange, surprising and sometimes silly sounds. From cicadas that sound like sprinklers to moaning mutton birds, there are heaps of weird noises to discover. Join host and nature lover, Ann, as we use our ears to listen to the different sounds that Australian nature makes. Along the way we’ll find out some fun facts and train little ears to listen to the chorus of calls that make up the natural world around us.
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Nature's a Hoot

Hawk Conservancy Trust

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This is the wildlife podcast brought to you by the Hawk Conservancy Trust. Join your host, Tom Morath, as you discover the fascinating world of feathers and talons in this podcast dedicated to birds of prey and their place in the natural world. Uncover hidden secrets of these unique predators to help us understand how we can conserve some of the most endangered species on our planet today.
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C'est dans ta nature, le rendez-vous hebdomadaire de RFI avec la biodiversité. Reportages et infos sur les végétaux et les animaux, leurs comportements, leurs secrets, leurs rôles dans les écosystèmes et dans la mondialisation. Tout ce dont on parle ici, C'est dans ta nature !
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A podcast by The Nature Institute in Ghent, NY. At the institute we see science as a participatory process. We work to develop dynamic and flexible thinking that can perceive wholeness and do justice to the rich complexity of the world.
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Hosted by Ross Reid, Nerdy About Nature is a passion project that creates fun, educational content with the aim of inspiring folks to engage with the outdoor world, to fall in love with it, and to advocate on it's behalf so that we can create a more inclusive, diverse, equitable, and just future for us all. From a 'Podchat' series that interviews experts in their field to the 'Undercurrent' news updates and everything in between, full of fun fact to make your time outside more fun. Visit Ner ...
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The Nature City Podcast dives into the world of supplements and nutrition to help you make the best decision for your health and lifestyle needs. Hosted by CEO and Founder Carl Pradelli, The Nature City Podcast is your go-to podcast for all things supplements, nutrition, and much more. To learn more about Nature City and our work, visit https://www.naturecity.com/ You can also follow us on Youtube to watch the latest episodes, of the Nature City Podcast
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Growing Joy with Plants - Wellness Rooted in Nature

Maria Failla- Happy Plant Lady and Author of Growing Joy: The Plant Lover's Guide to Cultivating Happiness

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Looking for free, natural ways to decrease stress and increase joy and calm in your life? The answer might be simpler than you think: houseplants, gardening and nature. On the Growing Joy with Plants Podcast, learn alongside Happy Plant Lady, Maria Failla to care for plants, engage with nature, and use them to manage your overwhelm, anxiety and experience happiness and calm you thought was only available on vacation. Plant care is self care. Come grow some joy with us. Follow along on social ...
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In-depth conversations around making life as good as it can be, with people from all walks of life who are dedicated to exploring, healing, expanding, or transforming the self. We are especially focused on psychedelics, heat and cold exposure, breathwork, and other practices that take us to the limits of human experience in both body and mind, so that we can better find our selves. Primal Nature is a podcast and a center for psychedelic therapy in rural Spain. www.primalnature.eu
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Discussing the interaction between Nature (our biology, genes, evolutionary past, and the laws of our universe) and Nurture (our social environments, culture, history, and upbringings), and how these forces impact our lives. New episodes every week with scientists, authors, and bright minds from a wide array of backgrounds. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheNatureNurturePodcast
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The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet. The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, provocative, timely and timeles ...
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Join Master Naturalist, Bible teacher and author Eryn Lynum as we explore God's wild and wonderful world! What can a bird's migration teach us about God's guidance in our life? How can counting tree rings help us understand our life story? How can a milkweed plant help us cut off toxic thoughts and think about everything lovely and true? God's wild and wonderful world is full of amazing life lessons. As we get outside and adventure through creation, we'll discover how deep and wide the Fathe ...
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NatureScot presents podcasts that celebrate Scotland's nature and landscapes. In each episode you'll find numerous ways to connect with - and protect - our amazing natural world. We want to inspire everyone to join the fight against climate change and reverse nature loss. Immerse yourself and #MakeSpaceForNature in your life. www.nature.scot
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In this episode: 00:46 Mysterious methane emission from a cool brown dwarf The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is revealing the makeup of brown dwarfs — strange space objects that blur the line between a planet and a star. And it appears that methane in the atmosphere of one of these objects, named W1935, is emitting infrared radiation. Where the…
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This week Rachel brings the amazing story of the relationship between humans and birds called Honeyguides. Victoria looks into the strange story of bird respiration and Kirk discusses the process of how volcanic islands become lush and green. Join us weekly for more strange nature. Our supporters on Patreon get every episode ad free! Support us: pa…
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Today Mary is talking to Anna Murphy. Anna moved to Kinvara in 2001 and raised her three children here, and works in the village. Her main passion is environmental activism, and she has been involved in Plastic Free Kinvara, Kinvara Climate Action, the Ballindereen Kinvara Tree gang and now Rights of Nature Galway. Activism gives me hope and can he…
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durée : 00:03:22 - L'éristale gluante, un syrphe qui vole dans nos jardins. Attention à la prononciation : on dit syrphe et pas slip ! - par : Nathalie Mazet - Elle ressemble à une abeille domestique mâle ou faux-bourdon. C'est un excellent planeur capable de s'arrêter en plein vol et de rester immobile au-dessus d'un point, sans qu'on puisse perce…
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Undercurrents is a podcast series from Nerdy About Nature where we discuss recent studies, reports and news from the world of environment, ecology and climate which all impact our understanding of the world and the way we relate to it. In other words, it’s all the unseen things that happen without much notice that impact the direction or flow of ou…
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Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a turtle and a tortoise? The answer might be surprising. The facts we're learning about their fascinating shells might be a bit unexpected, too! Here’s our trail map: What is the difference between a turtle and tortoise? What are the three main types of turtles? Why do turtles have shells and wh…
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Ahead of Earth Day, today’s episode revisits a topic that we first covered in 2022 on this podcast: plastic pollution. Everyone knows that this issue has become a true crisis around the world. Our current system for recycling and reusing plastic products is broken, and far too much of the plastic we use in our lives ends up in our communities or in…
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You may have heard that compost is the key to a healthy garden, and feeding the soil is more important than feeding your plants. And if you don't garden, you've probably heard about composting as an eco-friendly way to live more sustainably and support the planet. That is why I dedicate an entire episode explaining what composting is and how it wor…
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Soten is a dedicated practitioner and teacher of meditation, as well as avid long-distance runner. He was the first person to sign up for the first ever Persistence Race, in which we will be running 150km through the Kalahari with the world’s last remaining persistence hunters. Today we talk about his meditative path and how it intersects with long…
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Greg Sarris is an author, professor, and is the Chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and the current Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. In this episode of Nature Revisited, Greg discusses his latest work, The Forgetters, a richly beautiful story cycle about remembering our sh…
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Corey decides he wants to come on the podcast again and Jillian, Corey, and Haley talk about all kinds of personal news, including a move and a wedding. Jillian then dives into the highly controversial life and death of Timothy Treadwell, and Haley talks grizzly bears during conservation corner. Sources: We Watched "Grizzly Man" With a Bear Biologi…
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Picture yourself sauntering down the Champs-Élysée. A light rain drips down from an overcast sky. Suddenly, the sound of thunder cracks across the city. You dart into a cafe as the rain changes to a downpour and order a café noisette. Relax and close your eyes. Let the sounds of the rolling thunder pull away your anxiety. Focus on the sound of the …
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Le Paysan urbain, une ferme nichée dans l'est de Paris, produit essentiellement des fleurs et de très jeunes feuilles de plantes destinées aux restaurants, des plantations particulièrement adaptées à l'agriculture urbaine. Il n’y a pas que les abeilles ou les papillons qui se nourrissent de fleurs. Loïc Le Noan vient de se saisir d'une fleur et la …
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A path of listening, learned first in the yoga class of a beloved teacher in Boulder. For five years I attended her class, five years of book writing and coming to terms with my older brother's death. Wendy taught us how to move by listening—listening first to the body and breath, which is listening to the Earth. Here is a story of listening in Wen…
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The Mindful Minute has a NEW NAME and NEW LOOK! After 8 years, I have updated the name to more accurately reflect the content offered here. Welcome to Our Mindful Nature! “Back when humans lived in communal caves and tribal encampments, we told stories about the stars. When we started sailing, we used these same pinpricks of light to estimate our o…
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This episode we cover one of the coolest animals in the world, the capybara. They have become super popular over the last few years thanks to memes and short videos, all the kids know of capybaras. The are the largest rodents in the world, getting up to 175lbs. They are also known for being the most chill and friendliest animal. They make all kinds…
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In this episode, I discuss and review the latest 2024, volume 8 of the Bird Photographer of the Year annual and discuss my reasoning and thoughts on why book reviews are far more helpful than equipment, camera and lens reviews. Arctic Fox Expedition Report 2024 Support the show Wild Nature Photo Travel Photography Workshops and Expeditions around t…
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Tom Pattinson… is up and at ‘em in the garden and taking care as he brings us a very important ‘gan canny’ message. There’s great excitement on the Aln estuary and coast where Tom Cadwallender is watching the spring gatherings of birds… And we’ll be hearing from Butterfly Conservation and their findings on how well or not so well different types of…
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Who made whom is a question that many have asked and pondered upon. My guest, Steve Falconer is very familiar with this question, as well as others. Another question, though different but related, is who rules whom? Is there a single faction or group ruling the world today or is it a system of separate secret groups acting out agendas and plans tha…
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In this second of a two-part program, we plunge into the mind-bending proposition that we get a second chance to remake our broken food economy. Bren Smith, co-founder and co-Executive Director of GreenWave, has created a revolutionary polycultural farming model that has low upfront costs, is easily scalable, and can help mitigate climate change. I…
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Learn about insect life cycles as you hear about the growing stages of the tomato hornworm caterpillars that Mrs. Cindy finds in her vegetable patch every year. In the companion Insect Life Cycles Video Class found in the No Sweat Nature Study LIVE membership, sketch diagrams that show the differences between complete and incomplete metamorphosis. …
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In der Podcast Folge 174 – Ich muss gar nix – teile ich mit dir sehr persönlich was in den letzten Wochen bei mir los war. Für dieses Jahr habe ich mir vorgenommen monatlich eine neue Episode mit dir zu teilen, was direkt im März schon mal nicht geklappt hat. Aus Gründen. Diese teile ich mit dir hier und gebe dir einige Impulse und Gedankenanstöße …
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Have you ever wondered why ice sticks to your fingers, or how scabs form? Find out here with Moosejaw Matt! Visit www.moosejawmatt.com and https://www.patreon.com/natureandscience4kids. Find Moosejaw Matt on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube. Music and pictures from pixabay.com. Sound effects from freesound.org. Thanks to RomanSenykMusic and REDprod…
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In the final episode of the Invasive Plant Series Bob, Greg and Sam outline several possible paths that the common person can undertake to help turn the tide of invasive plants. From education and community driven initiatives to pushing market changes through purchasing power, we can all do a small part to make a big difference. Related Episodes: W…
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In this episode of the Curious About Nature podcast, host Rachel Mills interviews Julia Bedford, a multifaceted herbalist, artist, and food activist. Julia recounts her move from London to Glastonbury to deepen her connection with nature and discusses her projects at Herbal Brue, aimed at educating people on foraging and herbalism. They reminisce a…
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A stone’s throw from the river in Hebden Bridge town centre Jill and Kathryn make a discovery under their eaves: House Martins have arrived. A summer of ups and downs follows and we track events over the year to learn more about the lives of these ‘epic’ little migrant birds, and how to love a ‘pile of poop’. We also find out more about Britain’s o…
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Have you ever considered being a guide in the outdoor recreation industry or do you just want to be the most prepared when you're in the wilderness? Join Tune Into Nature's host Anna as she delves into Human Dimensions of Natural Resources' Wilderness Programs with the help of instructor Ethan Billingsley who teaches students the technical and inte…
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In this episode we chat to Heather McLaughlin from Keep Scotland Beautiful, about Spring Clean Scotland, the campaign which brings together people from across Scotland to tackle the litter emergency. We hear how this initiative rallies communities, schools, business and individuals to clean up and look after their local areas. She shares invaluable…
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Dibblers are energetic bundles of grey fur that have been a favourite of Perth Zoo staff in the science team involved in breeding the small marsupials for release to the wild. The breed-for-release program has been such a success it has now closed. Harriet Mills from Perth Zoo talks about her beloved dibblers and other breed for release programs ar…
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