November 21, 2023


For the Wild Ones: Subscribe Now

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International Wildlife Coexistence Network Josh Adler
For the Wild Ones: Subscribe Now
For the Wild Ones
For the Wild Ones: Subscribe Now

Nov 21 2023 | 00:01:19


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Each episode explores how to transform conflicts between people and wildlife into long term solutions. Together we can learn to work with Nature instead of against her.

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[00:00:01] Speaker B: For the wild ones. [00:00:03] Speaker A: By learning from nature, our community feels that we can navigate the narratives of our time. [00:00:11] Speaker B: Brought to you by the International Wildlife Coexistence Network. [00:00:16] Speaker C: With science, we recognize that those carnivores have an essential value, an important need eat. To restoring the rest of biological diversity. Rewilding is so important, and it's essential to the health of our planet. At the same time, we have to not only restore those species and protect the other ones that we have, but learn how to live with all of them. [00:00:42] Speaker B: So be cried now. [00:00:44] Speaker A: But the harm we've caused is global. And so our shift needs to be similarly global in everything we do. We got to understand as much of it as we possibly can so that we can learn to coexist. [00:01:01] Speaker B: In a community that's connected. [00:01:03] Speaker A: We're finding our way. It feels like we're finding our way. [00:01:07] Speaker B: For the wild one. Subscribe now.

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