In this hour, Don Waller teaches botany and environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin, and he's the editor of a recent collection of essays called The Vanishing Preset: Wisconsin's Changing Lands, Waters and Wildlife. He's also a deer hunter. Waller tells Steve Paulson about the role hunting has played in the conservation movement.
Next, Kim Hiss tells Anne Strainchamps about her first hunt. Kim Hiss is an Associate Editor for Field and Stream Magazine and blogs as Huntress.
Then, bowhunter Bob Stout provides a brief commentary on being in the woods.
After that, Frank Boll, videographer for Wisconsin Public Television's Emmy Award winning series, "Wolves in Wisconsin," tells Jim Fleming why he's satisfied with only a few seconds of good wolf footage, and what it took to get that much.
Following that, Tina Bertoni provides a commentary on what it was like to hunt a bear.
And finally, Tim Gallagher is editor-in-chief of Living Bird Magazine and author of The Grail Bird and Falcon Fever. He tells Anne Strainchamps about his hunting companion, a falcon named MacDuff, and why he's fascinated by birds of prey. [Broadcast Date: January 23, 2010]
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