Hosted by long time chameleon keeper and breeder, Bill Strand, the Chameleon Academy Podcast tackles subjects from basic to advanced and brings in insight from experts in the field. There is something for everyone from beginning keepers to experienced breeders. Subscribe for a weekly dose of chameleon talk!
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Dr. Chris Anderson joins Jonathan to discuss Panther Chameleons from a scientific persceptive.
Maybe not save us all, but Small Batch Breeding could be an answer to avoiding breeder burn-out as well as possbily establishing new chameleon species in captivity. Will it work? To be determined. But you are in the right place to watch us try!
Panther Chameleons have become the foundation of the growth of our chameleon community. This is the inaugural episode of the new iPardalis Podcast produced by Jonathan Hill. He introduces us to the issues and discussions surrounding the panther cham... more
Bill strand has put together this amazing podcast that I’d recommend listening to if your into chameleon even reptiles in general. He is extremely knowledgeable and has a lot of first hand experience if your going to listen to anyone when it comes to chameleons bill strand is your man
Bill Strand has created a truly great and informative show. Whether you are new to the chameleon world, or have been involved in the community for years, Bill offers universal material that nearly anyone can learn from. He is a mentor and aide along the journey of caring for one of natures masterpieces. If you are like me, you may find yourself swept up by a world you didn’t know existed. I can thank him for a wonderful passion of recent years.
This is the place to go for any all information you need to know. Bill is such a kind and friendly soul always ready help. Such an advocate for chameleon community.
This excellent podcast is by far the most comprehensive and well researched source of chameleon and reptile husbandry information anywhere on the internet. Bill draws on his 30+ years of experience as a hobbyist, breeder and professional to explore all aspects of chameleons, as well as a healthy serving of “The Outer Fringes”. Whether you are a chameleon person or a chicken person, new to the hobby or old, this podcast is worth a try. From the very first episode listeners have enjoyed top notc... more
And 5 stars because this podcast is brilliant. I’ve gained SO much knowledge about chameleons, insects, climate, environment, nutrition, specialists in the field, and gained a new perspective of community.... this is the superfood of podcasts! Thank you for what you do!
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Chameleon Academy Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 313 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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