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A Wild Life Podcast
26 minutes | Jul 18, 2016
3. Virtual Reality Meets Apes With Ian Redmond OBE
Ian Redmond OBE interview - The Natural World Meets The Virtual World (#3) Virtual reality technology is becoming more and more accessible. Offering educational immersive experiences that ignite the senses. And providing experiences & encounters just for fun, that your mind almost believes are real. Today's episode is with Ian Redmond OBE who, after 40 years of conservation work, is quickly becoming a pioneer of bringing the natural world into the virtual world. Ian is the ambassador for Virtual Ecotourism, an exciting concept for immersive, interactive conservation education, which can be experienced at vEcotourism. And it’s with vEcotourism that he's been involved with the production of the new virtual reality Ape App. In this episode, Ian Redmond will take you on a journey of how the natural world has moved into the virtual world with Ape App VR. You'll be entranced by his encounters with wildlife that have become part of the Ape App virtual reality experience.
29 minutes | Jul 11, 2016
2. Discover Surprising Birds In Everyday Places With David Lindo, The Urban Birder
David Lindo, The Urban Birder, Interview: Discover Surprising Birds In Everyday Places (#2) Learn how to see more birds in towns, cities & gardens with advice from The Urban Birder, David Lindo. David's message is best illustrated by his catch-phrase “look-up". In an urban environment where we’re all increasingly looking down at our mobile phones, his message is a much-needed reminder to be aware of your surroundings so you don’t miss out on the remarkable things around you. In this interview you’ll discover: -How to see more birds in cities -How to look after garden birds -Conservation issues for UK birds -Why we have a growing population of parakeets in the UK -Hot tips for starting to watch birds As well as lots of other stories and tips, from David’s bird adventures.
15 minutes | Jul 4, 2016
1. Shark Conservation For A Modern World With Lou Ruddell, Fin Fighters
Fin Fighters, a new shark conservation charity, join us for this Wild Talk episode (#1). Sharks have been in existence since before the dinosaurs but may be extinct in 20-30 years time. So why are they currently disappearing from our oceans in their millions? In this interview we talk to Lou Ruddell, founder of the shark conservation charity Fin Fighters, to answer this question. You'll also discover how you can use your favourite activities to make a difference to shark conservation. Fin Fighters are an ambitious new UK shark conservation organisation on a mission to protect sharks worldwide. They’re creating an extraordinary growing movement of ordinary people working together to make a real difference. Because every idea matters and can make a difference, Fin Fighters are keen to include as many different approaches in their work from biology to making shark shaped pancakes!
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