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Sep 28, 2022

We’re back with more adventures from retired USFWS pilot biologist Fred Roetker! This episode is highlighted by memorable observations, including a wolverine, barren ground grizzlies, expansive beaver ponds, a military intercept in Mexico, and a rare sighting of the elusive prairie skinny dipper! Fred concludes...


Sep 26, 2022

Retired USFWS pilot biologist Fred Roetker reflects on his 32-year career of surveying ducks and geese across North America and shares stories of the places he saw, people he met, and experiences he amassed over that time. With nearly 500,000 air miles to his credit, ranging from the Yucatan to the Arctic Circle, some...


Sep 23, 2022

Host Chris Jennings is joined by Field Hudnall, YETI Ambassador and owner of Field Proven Calls, and the pair chat about YETI’s new book, Ducks. Hudnall was instrumental in helping YETI piece this coffee-table style book together, and the book will be sold with a portion of proceeds going to wetlands conservation....


Sep 21, 2022

Inspired by a listener challenge, on this episode Dr. Mike Brasher visits with Kelly Warren, DU regional biologist in western Oregon, for an update on what the latest surveys reveal about the status and opportunities around the many goose species that call the Pacific Flyway home. Covering emperor geese, brant, snow...


Sep 19, 2022

Hunting resident Canada Geese takes patience and skill to ensure success. Join host John Gordon as he talks with Tennessee hunters, Alec Brown and Will Preuett, who have both mastered these skills. Listen to the latest DU Podcast to learn how they put more resident geese on the ground every September.