In this Episode (152) of Leupold's Hunt Talk radio, Randy hosts Dr. Matt Kauffman and Greg Nickerson of the Wyoming Migration Initiative. Topics covered include migrations, emerging science, landscape challenges, new technology for wildlife tracking, prioritizing wildlife corridors, making science consumable, why migrate, risks or rewards in migration, how much we don't know, and a lot of cool topics about the emerging understanding of wildlife migrations and the importance to wildlife populations.
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy share the mic with Brady and Trail from goHUNT.com. The topic starts with "point creep," where point creep comes from, and what to expect in the coming years. Other topics include overview of each state, where value exists, how to hunt every year, short/mid/long-term plans, what information to consider, point buyers, systems of each state, and a host of other tidbits that will improve your odds of drawing a good tag each year.
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares a mic with seasonal guests Jim Heffelfinger and Johnathan O'Dell. As scientists and biologists, they manage wildlife at the mercy of Mother Nature. Topics covered include drought impacts, disease impacts on big and small game, hunting the Pleistocene,
nutrition cycles, waterfowl diseases, too many quail, season setting, man made water sources, predation in drought years, desert adaptations, rabbit and hares, and many more topics about hunting and wildlife in the desert.