We sit down with Jimmy Hamilton of Vortex Optics. A 12 year veteran of the company and optics, Jimmy is a wealth of knowledge on the subject of Binoculars. Jimmy and I discuss what makes a binocular tic, and what you should be thinking about the next time you check out some Binos online or at your local optics counter
We were able to sit and talk dog work on an airfield with Loomacres employees Brooke Morgan and Brett Jacobson. We talk Idaho fisheries, Golden Retrievers for airport work and just have a great conversation overall
Today, Cody and I are able to sit down with Janet Pesaturo as she shares her knowledge of trail cameras and their usage. We swap tips, tricks and insights to help you gain more knowledge and more usage out of your trail cameras at your home or airport. For a copy of Janet's book, check out the link below: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0811719065/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_3?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
Josh, Clint and Cody join us in a round table discussion about coyote control on an airfield environment. Between lethal immediate removal trapping and habitat management, we skim the surface of coyote behavior and control while sharing insights and more than a few laughs
In this episode, we discuss WHaMRAT with one of its contributors, Mr. Russ DeFusco. Russ sits with us and goes over the program in detail and we discuss it's merits in helping the aviation community to better their understanding of the wildlife hazards and risks surrounding their airfields. A link to the ACRP 145 PDF file: http://www.trb.org/main/blurbs/173318.aspx
Today we sit down with Barthell Joseph of the Reed-Joseph International company, importers and distributors of Pyrotechnics in the United States and discuss pyrotechnics in an aviation setting. We also are giving away our first piece of Review Swag! Make sure and give us a review and you can get a chance for your own!
Listen in as we sit down with Amy Anderson, a Wildlife Biologist with the FAA as we go over Advisory Circular 150/5200-38. This is a two-parter as we also discussed AC-33C, but that episode will come out in a couple days.
In this episode, we go over drones with Brandon Guillot in Little Rock Arkansas. Laughs are had as we discuss drones and how to fly them, and dive into some of the legal hoops we have to fly through and other punny jargon associated with these plastic psuedo-fowl
And welcome to today’s episode of the Airport Wild! Podcast
As always, I’m your host Jesse Warner
In Today’s episode, we recently got the chance to sit down and talk with Bill Antonides of Gander Island Consulting Services, And discuss habitat management in an Airport Setting
We cover topics such as: Why Habitat Management is Important on an Airport as well as cover Some of the Nuances of Habitat Management, such as Edge and Synergistic Effects, and why you should be mindful of them in your management
This info and More on Today’s Airport Wild!
An Introductory episode into some of the resources available to help Identify bird species around you! We touch on using Old School guide books, and like everything, we show that there's an app for that! https://m.facebook.com/AirportWild
In this, the inaugural episode of the Airport Wild! Podcast, we will be discussing and breaking down binoculars so that you, the listener can make an informed choice about what binoculars can best suit your needs. We will also be discussing Bird Identification tools in brief, and a couple others things that everyone should have in their bare bones bird bag to start bringing Wildlife Management to a Higher Level. https://m.facebook.com/AirportWild