50 minutes | Jan 29, 2019

Ep. 013: Dr. Karl Malcolm New Mexico Meat Eater Aldo Leopold Ecology Wisconsin

Dr. Karl Malcolm is the Wildlife Ecologist for the Southwestern region of The U.S. Forest Service. He has many published works, has been featured in many articles and been a frequent guest on The Meat Eater TV show and podcast. He has hunted across the country for moose, turkey, elk, pronghorn, mule deer, whitetail, and Mearns quail to name a few. He grew up around Traverse City Michigan and attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He then went over to the University of Wisconsin Madison where he earned his masters and PHD in Wildlife Ecology. He has done extensive work with black bears both in the U.S. and in China. He now resides in New Mexico with his wife and daughter. We discuss how small and tight the hunting and fishing community is. The variety of animals and habitat in New Mexico. The importance and influence of Aldo Leopold. Also, we discuss the importance of bringing together both the hunting and non hunting community for the benefit of the future of what we love.
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