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The Nature of Idaho: Zoo Idaho, Idaho Museum of Natural History to Debut Radio Show

 

Zoo Idaho and the Idaho Museum of Natural History will be bringing the wonders of Idaho’s natural world to the airwaves.

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The half-hour program features Peter Pruett, Zoo Idaho Superintendent, and Dr. Leif Tapanila, Director of the Idaho Museum of Natural History, highlighting how the Gem State’s wild places have shaped Idaho’s past, present and future. The show features regular segments on nature news and a fun fact.

“Idaho has so much to offer in terms of varied landscapes, habitats, geology, and people,” said Peter Pruett. “ ‘The Nature of Idaho’ is about sharing our excitement for all that is wild Idaho - the places and the faces.”

"We hope our listeners will take a little time with us to reconnect with nature, whether we're talking about digging up dinosaurs or listening to crickets in the backyard,” said Dr. Leif Tapanila. “There's always something amazing going on outside."

Those who are unable to catch the airing of The Nature of Idaho can download a podcast of previous episodes at kisu.org/programs/TheNatureOfIdaho.

NATURE OF IDAHO AUDIO ARCHIVE

Joining Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett in the studio this week on The Nature of Idaho is Jeff Zausch, a survivalist you'll know from the Naked and Afraid TV series on Discovory Channel!


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Join us on the Nature of Idaho as we speak with Dr. David Pearson from Idaho State University. We’re talking about the 1983 Earthquake at Borah Peak, and the fault that grew Idaho’s tallest mountain.


Join Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett as they talk about birding with Richard Cripe from the Coeur D'Alene Chapter of the Audubon Society.


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Leif and Peter speak with Larry Larsen, owner of Snake River Fly Shop, and a fly fishing guide for over 20 years. They talk about fly fishing in South Eastern Idaho and getting our younger generations out on the water.


Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett host Dr. Glenn Thackray, professor of geosciences at Idaho State University for a conversation about the great Bonneville Flood, one of the most amazing prehistoric events ever to happen in Idaho.


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