13 minutes | May 28, 2021

Planting Trees

Continued conversations with entomologist Douglas Tallamy focused on his latest book, “The Nature of Oaks.”  He urges each one of us to contribute to supporting life on Earth by planting keystone native trees. You will also tune into forests from around the world from “Sounds of the Forest.”Please share with your friends. Listen to a new episode or intermezzo every Friday.  Please record a message or ask questions into https://podinbox.com/alive  Intermezzos will engage you in our conversations.  Feel free to “buy me a coffee” to support show production at https://buymeacoffee.com/alive  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.net     Thank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Homegrown National Park :  https://homegrownnationalpark.orgDouglas W. Tallamy. The Nature of Oaks. Portland,Oregon: Timber Press, 2021Timber Festival 2021 will occur July 2-4, at the National Forest, UK, with music, audio,  and artwork created from Sounds of the Forest. See:https://timberfestival.org.uk/soundsoftheforest-soundmap/Sounds of forests played in this episode:1. India, Agumbe Rainforest, recorded by Shruti2. Argentina, Patagonia, Forest near Rio Azul, recorded by Luciano “Cacha” Perez3. UK, Bristol, Pilgrove Wood, Ashton Court Estate, recorded by Rachel Tomlinson4. Russia, Moscow, Bitza Nature Park, recorded by Julie Kalichineva  5. Hong-Kong, Lau Shui Hang Reservoir, recorded by AK IN KK6. Thailand, Ban Krut Beach, Thong Chai, Bang Saphan, Province of Prachuap Khiri     Khan, recorded by Phil Peril7. South Africa, Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, Kloof, recorded by Stephen Embleton8. Australia, Utopia Environment Reserve, recorded by Kelli Lundberg9. Japan, Fukushima City Forest for Birds, recorded by Koji Nagahata10. Nicaragua, Penas Blanca National Park, recorded by Merlin DriverTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov pod inboxSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/alive)
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