Have you ever wondered what is the most remote spot in the United States?
Well, if you have you will want to join Chester Moore and the founders of Project Remote on a fascinating podcast on remote locations.
In the age of “social-distancing”, this is a can’t miss show that asks the following question.
Have we developed America too much?
COVID-19 started making a strong impact just as turkey seasons around the country were opening.
With public land, border and even hunting season closures it changed the dynamic of this season.
But it will have an even greater impact on turkey conservation as spring is the peak fundraising season at the local level for the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF).
Check out his podcast with Chester Moore and Becky Humphries, CEO of the NWTF as they discuss this and why turkeys are a cornerstone species for conservation in America. Listen below.
COVID-19-the coronavirus has caused historic lockdowns of access to countries, states and communities around the world.
And while the human risk should be the first priority, there is huge concern for an impact on wildlife. This is the first in a series of podcasts on this topic as we see how the loss of hunting and ecotourism dollars in Africa could spell disaster for rhinos, elephants and many other species.
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More to come…
Chester Moore, Jr.