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Every Monday (7-8 PM ET) the IDMYGD.com website becomes live on the radio! Visitors to our site either leave their EFF OFFS (rants about what is stressing them out or angering them) on our message board throughout the week and we pick out the best ones to discuss on air or they can call into the live show where we provide feedback & advice. We will of course chime in with our own EFF OFFS as well! It’s like a “don’t sweat the small stuff and it’s all small stuff”, self-help meets comedy type ...
 
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WE'RE Back Nature Nerds! After a loooooooong hiatus we crunched out this episode! We hope you enjoy as this week Jen talks about the re-branding of hornets who commit bee killing and then Megan talks about Cape Disappointment, The Graveyard of the Pacific, and the tragic ending of the SS Valencia. Get your life jackets ready!Organization to Support…
 
Thanks for your patience, Nature Nerds- travelling and posting is a fun challenge! This week Megan talks Virtual Reality murder, then Jen tells us all about Camels with their lovely lumps!Organization to support: Wild Camel Protection Foundation www.wildcamels.com The sole aim of the Wild Camel Protection Foundation is to protect the critically end…
 
Hey there Nature Nerds! This week Jen tells us about the plight of the Koalas. Then Megan talks the top 5 tsunamis! Thank you to listener, Christine, for this suggestion! <3Organization to Support: The Pacific Tsunami Museumwww.tsunami.org Through education and awareness, we believe that no one should die due to a tsunami. The goals of the Museum a…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Megan shares some science news about the tiniest artificial intelligence and then Jen tells us some fascinating stories of "Big Scary Birds!" We hope you enjoy and thank you to listeners, Jen's mom, Julie <3, and Kalene (sp?) and her boyfriend, Chase! Enjoy!Organization to Support: Bush Heritage Australiahttps://bushheri…
 
Hi Nature Nerds! This week Jen tells us about the plight of the earth's largest living organism, Pando! Megan then takes us through the life and adventures of Percy Fawcett and his final expedition in search of the Lost City of Z! Thanks to long time listener, Mel, for this suggestion!Organization to Support: Amazon Watchhttps://amazonwatch.org/Ama…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Megan talks dolphin urine- fun! Then in preparation for her family trip to the mainland, Jen talks all things Grand Canyon! Organization to support: Grand Canyon Conservancy@grandcanyon.orgGrand Canyon Conservancy is the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park, meaning we are focused solely on the park’s…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week's episode has Jen sharing some creepy science news about all the corpses showing up in Lake Mead! Then Megan talks about a couple different situations going on in Mendocino National Forest and the Point Reyes National Seashore before telling the story sent in by listener Bob Potts! Thanks Bob for this suggestion!Organiza…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Megan talks about some proposed new menstruation legislation in Spain and Jen tells us the story of Olive Oatman! Thanks to listener Tracy Simpson from Minnesota for this story recommendation!Organization to Support: www.honorspiritmountain.org Sign the petition!The proposed Avi Kwa Ame (Ah-VEE kwa-meh) National Monument…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Jen tells us why it's impractical to harness lightning (not lightening) for power and Megan talks Geysers!Organization to Support: Yellowstone Foreverhttps://www.yellowstone.org/Yellowstone Forever is the official nonprofit partner of Yellowstone National Park.We protect, preserve, and enhance Yellowstone National Park t…
 
Happy Mother's Day, Nature Nerds! Jen surprises Megan with an amazing Mother's Day gift from Bind Weed Sketch Books! Then Megan shares some science news from listener Rebecca about Red Wolf pups as well as a second fun science news about manipulative dog micro-expressions. Jen then talk Lightening with some stories about lightening survivors like R…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Jen tells us some science news about Magpies and Megan does a deep dig (?) into mining! Get your hardhats and gas masks ready! Thanks to listener, Bbqsheepdip for the suggestion!Organization to support: https://earthworks.org/Earthworks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting communities and the environment f…
 
Thank you for your patience, Nature Nerds! This week, Megan shares a new study looking at microplastics in live human lung tissue, yikes! Then Jen talks about the lungs of the world, the Amazon, and the incredible story of Yossi Ghinsberg. Thanks to listener, Chandler, for this suggestion! Organization to Support: Amazon Conservation: https://www.a…
 
Hey all you Nature Nerds! This week Jen gives some uplifting updates on previously critically endangered species and Megan presents: The Horse Episode! Thanks to listener Shane for sharing about our Organization to Support!Organization to support: The Retired Racehorse Projecthttps://www.retiredracehorseproject.org/The RRP exists to facilitate plac…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! Thank you for your patience as we got this episode out! This week Megan talks pandemic mask mandate controversy (not really) and then Jen brings us the story of our last, but certainly not least (and maybe Jen's fav now), Trimate, Dr. Birute' M. Galdikas. We hope you learn lots about Orangutans and Palm Oil production!Organization…
 
A Warning: This may not be appropriate for kiddos!Hey Nature Nerds! This week Jen shares some science news about Galapagos Tortoises, then Megan talks Hyenas (or Hyaenas, if that floats your boat)! We hope you have a couple of laughs, but not the scary kind!Organization to support: African Wildlife Foundationwww.awf.org/wildlife-conservation/hyena …
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week Megan and Jen send out a big CONGRATS to Brian Glazer and Kevin Mukai of Hohonu for their work in tide monitoring and being named Island Innovators of 2022 by Hawaii Venture Capital Association! Then Jen talks a different set of islands- the Channel Islands of California, the Galapagos of North America and a very special…
 
This week Jen shares about Shark toots and buoyancy. Then Megan tells Pam Bales' story "The Mystery on Mt. Washington," a story full of heart! Thank you to listener, Angelina, for this suggestion!Organization to support: https://www.pemisar.org/The Pemigewasset Valley Search and Rescue Team (PVSART) is a volunteer organization formed in 2005 to ass…
 
Coming out triumphant (hopefully) from battle with all the audio editing software in the world, YGDOT presents this year's Peace Corps Stories! It's time to celebrate Peace Corps, the organization that brought Jen and Megan together :) First, Megan shares some news on the fighting in Ukraine and some organizations you can check out to help! Then we…
 
Megan starts us off this week with some science news shared by a listener, Jen Eells, of Margaret Howe Lovatt and her relationship with Peter the dolphin as well as a tid bit shared from another listener, Lilly Bug, about the WHO recommending the groundbreaking malaria vaccine for children at risk! Jen gets serious with us this week when she shares…
 
This week Jen shares about the largest squid caught near Hawaii to continue on our cephalopod kick. Then Megan talks all things creepy with Bottlenose Dolphins... Organization to Support: World Animal Protection: https://www.worldanimalprotection.org/Our mission is to create a better world for animals: We end the needless suffering of animals, We i…
 
This week Megan shares a couple short science news' about birds who like to live on the edge! Jen's episode comes from a listener suggestion this week- thanks Christina! Jen dives into the world of Octopuses and we learn a lot about sex arms, mimicry, and some fun folklore- so hold on to the deck and release the Kraken! Organization to Support: Oce…
 
Hi Nature Nerds! Jen talks forest fires and fire management in the wake of the devastating Colorado and California fires. Then Megan takes us on a Pacific Journey of love and loss. Thanks to Christine for this great suggestion! Organization to support: The American Fisheries Societyhttps://fisheries.org/about/The American Fisheries Society is the w…
 
We're back this week! Megan is bringing you some science news about possible cures for MS in the works. Jen then talks about the recent volcanic activity in Tonga, endemic Megapodes in Indonesia that rely on heat from volcanoes, and destructive eruption stories from around the world. Organizations to support: Relief for Tonga! https://www.redcross.…
 
This week, Jen gives us some good news on lowering carbon emissions from cows! Then Megan talks Giant Pandas, attacks by the most chill member of family Ursidae, and some fun (?) conspiracy theories! Organization to Support: World Wildlife Foundation wwf.org Adopt a panda- Our mission is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature…
 
Welcome to YGDOT 2-0-2-2! Happy New Year, Nature Nerds! We're starting off this year with a remembrance of the life and works of Edward O. Wilson, then Jen takes us on a twisting, turning journey in the Kingdom of Tonga. Organization to Support: www.islandconservation.org We work together with local communities, government management agencies, and …
 
In this June bonus Patreon episode Jen tells us the story of Claire Nelson's survival in the Joshua Tree National Park. Learn a lot about Joshua Trees and yet another way to collect urine when surviving in a desert situation!Organization to Support: Joshua Tree National Park Associationhttps://www.joshuatree.org/The Joshua Tree National Park Associ…
 
Get ready to learn about Nanga Parbat and the ill fated journey of two world class climbers up the Mummery Spine. More info on ways to help the Sherpa Communities: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/140424-sherpas-avalanche-help-donations저자 You're Gonna Die Out There
 
We want to say how thankful we are for all of you! Happy Super Belated Thanksgiving, Nature Nerds!It's finally here! This week Jen gives us some fun facts about pig orgasms and other weird animal facts. Then Megan tells the intertwining story of the Powhatan people, Jamestown colonists, cannibalism, and Pocahontas. It's a cornucopia of information!…
 
This week Megan takes us on an emotional journey with some Science News shared by Jen's mom, Julie, about the rare white Giraffes in Kenya. Then Jen goes full Science Teacher with a lesson about all kinds of Pigs followed by some gruesome, tragic stories- be warned! Organization to Support: Conservation International at https://www.conservation.org…
 
Hey Nature Nerds! This week, Jen shares a special cause that is near and dear to her heart and then some great science news about Brazilian fishing Jaguars. Then Megan tells us all about Pablo Escobar's famous Hippos! Organization to support: African Wildlife Foundation https://www.awf.org/ We’re working to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in …
 
This week, Megan shares some good news for the future of gecko tails. Then Jen tells some stories of when the gentle giants, Giraffes, aren't so gentle anymore. Organization to support: Giraffe Conservation Foundationgiraffeconservation.orgGCF is dedicated to a sustainable future for all giraffe populations in the wild.…
 
Jen shares about tusk-less African Elephant selection caused by over hunting. Megan then does a top ten largest Crocodiles before telling the tall tale of Gustave, the man-eating Nile Crocodile. Organization to support: http://www.iucncsg.org/The IUCN-SSC Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG) is a worldwide network of biologists, wildlife managers, gove…
 
It's our last Halloween episode for the year! This week Megan shares about cultural differences in death and dying. Jen continues that theme and takes us through the Donner Party tragedy. Organization to Support: Sierra Forest Legacy founded in 1996https://www.sierraforestlegacy.orgSierra Forest Legacy’s mission is to engage land managers, scientis…
 
Jen updates us on the current list of newly extinct species. After that downer, Megan takes us on a strange journey through a smattering of information on Familiars in Witchcraft with the help of a book written by the White Witch of LA, Maja D'Aoust. Organization to Support: https://www.blackcatholisticrescue.org/Saving black cats & kittens from hi…
 
Welcome to week two of our Halloween Celebratory Series- Megan talks Dragonflies which are not very scary, but Jen takes it to another level with Japanese Ghosts and Hauntings to ensure no one sleeps this week!Organization to Support: https://www.directrelief.org/Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more tha…
 
Happy Beginning of Halloween, Nature Nerds!This week, we have a special Limerick by listener Bob Potts to share! Jen does a downer science news and Megan attempts to bring it back up with campfire stories and social science research from Polly Wiessner about the Ju/'hoansi people of the Dobe Region.Organization to support: https://campfire.org/Star…
 
This week Jen shares a couple science related stories, one more frightening than the other. Then, Megan takes us through a couple stories and a lot of info on Moose! That's right! It's the Moose episode! Thanks to listener Sarah Delenn for sharing about her work with Alaskan Moose, keep up the good work! <3Organization to support:Minnesota Moose Ha…
 
This week Megan shares a fun technology related science news and Jen continues her from a distance respect for large reptiles. She regales us with some harrowing stories about the Komodo National Park and its mysterious inhabitants...Organization to Support:Komodo Survival Programhttps://komododragon.org/KOMODO SURVIVAL PROGRAM (KSP) is an Indonesi…
 
TW: Graphic Content Jen starts off this episode with a different kind of science news... Then Megan takes us through the much-requested, 127 hours Aron Ralston spent in the Blue John Slot Canyon. This episode contains graphic content about self-amputation. Organization to Support: https://www.nationalparks.org/connect/explore-parks/canyonlands-nati…
 
Hey Hey Nature Nerds- apologies for the lateness of this episode! But here it is in all its glory! Megan tries to lighten the mood with some good news about a resilient coral at the Great Barrier Reef. Jen immediately brings us back to reality with a story (continuation, if you will, of the Patreon August Bonus) about Apsley Cherry and the Worst Jo…
 
Jen shares some cool, cutting edge rattlesnake science news this week!Megan then gives us a ton of information on raccoons which leads into a listener suggestion for this week's horrific story about Charlotte Ponce, a 3 month old baby who survived a pet raccoon attack. Organization to Support: https://humaneraccoonremoval.org/index.phpOur Mission- …
 
This week's science news is new news- about how birds are kleptotrichy maniacs!Jen tells us about Rattlesnakes, snake bites, and two crazy survival stories- of Scott Vuncannon and Victoria Williams (of the great podcast Victoria Knits). Put on your snake boots and get your anti-venom ready!Organization to Support: snakes.ngoAdvocates for Snake Pres…
 
We have a lot to catch up on! Shoutout to Lost Again with Jim (check him out on YouTube and Instagram), reminding us to review the 7 Principles of Leave No Trace. After some additional news, Jen gives us some more info on that adorable angry avocado frog from our Instagram feed. Then Megan continues with depressing stories and gets into the shit th…
 
We’re sharing our Ad-free, April Patreon Episode this week! If you choose to become a Patron, this is the kind of amazing content to expect each month! Megan shares some science news about Elephant Habitats- and after we get thoroughly depressed, Jen gives us all the deets on North Sentinel Island and the most isolated people in the world. Organiza…
 
Jen starts us off with nature news about the Australian Mouse Plague - yikes. Then Megan follows up with a horrific story of the Sankebetsu Bear Attack of 1915, Hokkaido Japan's most notorious animal attack.Organization to Support: Animals Asia, www.animalsasia.org Animals Asia is devoted to ending bear bile farming and improving the welfare of ani…
 
Get cozy with your favorite fleece throw and listen to Jen tell a multitude of crazy stories about Mountain Lion attacks! For this week's Science News, Megan reads poetry and tells us about a space-suit-bee-dog. Organization to Support: Mountain Lion Foundation (MLF) https://mountainlion.org/The mission of the Mountain Lion Foundation is to ensure …
 
This episode Jen teaches us about Wombat butts and Megan recounts the horrific story of the largest crocodile attack in recorded history.Organization to Support: Crocodiles of the Worldhttps://www.crocodilesoftheworld.co.uk/To inspire in our visitors a respect and understanding for the crocodile. The aim is to stimulate public awareness about croco…
 
In belated honor of PRIDE month- which is really every month, let's be real, Jen tells us all about the life of renowned Biologist and Writer, Rachel Carson.Check out: 500 Queer Scientists at https://500queerscientists.com/Audubon created ‘Let’s Go Birding Together’ as a Dedicated Space for LGBTQ+ Bird Lovers every June!Organization to Support: Pri…
 
Megan tells the amazing 9 hour survival story of Norman Ollestad and his trek down Ontario Peak in the San Gabriel Mountains. Organization to Support: https://www.calfund.org/wildfire-relief-fund/The California Community Foundation’s wildfire recovery fund supports intermediate and long-term recovery efforts for major California wildfires, as well …
 
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