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Jon Hall & Charles Foley
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Charles Foley and Jon Hall talk to mammalwatchers, biologists, conservationists and those with a passion for observing and protecting the world's wild mammals. For more information visit Charles Foley is a mammalwatcher and biologist who, together with his wife Lara, spent 30 years studying elephants in Tanzania. They now run the Tanzania Conservation Research Program at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. Jon Hall set up in 2005. Genetically Welsh, spiritually Australian, currently in New York City. He has looked for mammals in over 100 countries.Produced and edited by José G. Martínez-Fonseca, mammalwatcher, photographer and wildlife biologist.


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From binoculars to bat detectors, and from thermal scopes to thermarest pillows, we all have our own preferences for mammalwatching gear. We are joined by Charles Hood and Fiona Reid to discuss our kit and share some packing hacks that can make life ... more

20 days ago

From binoculars to bat detectors, and from thermal scopes to thermarest pillows, we all have our own preferences for mammalwatching gear. We are joined by Charles Hood and Fiona Reid to discuss our kit and share some packing hacks that can make life ... more

20 days ago

We interview Tony Friend, legendary West Australian mammalogist, from his home in Albany, Australia. Tony talks about almost 40 years of work to save some of West Australias iconic and wonderfully-named mammals including species like the Chudditch, W... more

a month ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 17 ratings
  • I’ve learned so much!

    I first learned about this podcast through my boyfriend who is an avid mammal watcher, but I’ve continued listening because I genuinely find it interesting. Part travelogue, part science lesson, this podcast has become an enjoyable part of my weekly lineup. I’m a big fan of people who love to travel, see the world through a learner’s eyes, and raise awareness about underappreciated animals and their dwindling habitats. If you agree, or just have a touch of wanderlust, this pod is for you!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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