Podcasts

On Tape, Brad Himour - Forgotten Dreams: A New Look at Ancient Rock Art

Program: On Tape

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From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is  Brad Himour with his presentation called Forgotten Dreams: A New Look at Ancient Rock Art.

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Off The Beaten Track - May 12 2011

Program: Off the Beaten Track

This week, Banff Field Unit Human/Wildlife Conflict Specialist Steve Michel talks about his career with Parks Canada, doing what one's meant to do, and what his hopes for the future are. Plus, we'll hear a new song Mountain WHIT. 

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Direct Download: Off The Beaten Track - May 12 2011


A Mountain View - May 7 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

In this week's Mountain View, Frank Slyde shares his thoughts on the rainbow oil pipeline leak (you know, the one where approximately 28,000 barrels of oil were spilled in a remote corner of Alberta) and the environmental turmoil that all of the industrial activity has inflicted in Alberta, and around the world.
 
A Mountain View airs Saturday mornings around 8:15.

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Direct Download: A Mountain View - May 7 ‘11


On Tape, Mark Heathcott: The 1910 Fire Environment of Western Canada

Program: On Tape

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From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Mark Heathcott and his presentation about The 1910 Fire Environment of Western Canada.

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On Tape, Charlie Pacas - Devon Lakes: The Brute Force Approach to Restoration

Program: On Tape

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From the 2011 Parks Canada Research Update Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, here is Charlie Pacas and his presentation Devon Lakes- The Brute Force Approach to Restoration.

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Direct Download: On Tape, Charlie Pacas - Devon Lakes: The Brute Force Approach to Restoration


Alpine Authors, Bill Waiser: Park Prisoners

Program: Alpine Authors

Between 1915 and 1946 some Western Canadian National Parks, including Banff, were home to internment and relief camps that housed workers that made large contributions to our National Parks. Author and member of the department of history at the University of Saskatchewan Bill Waiser has written a book on the subject titled Park Prisoners. Host Allan Buckingham talked with Waiser about the camps, and why he wanted to write this book.

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Direct Download: Alpine Authors, Bill Waiser: Park Prisoners


Friends Of Banff Park Radio, Canmore Leader and Crag & Canyon Panel - May 01 2011

Program: Affecting You

This week, Camara Miller talks with Hamish MacLean from the Canmore Leader, and Larissa Barlow from the Banff Crag & Canyon about the Pink & Green Ribbon Campaign, construction in Canmore, the Bow Valley SPCA, and hip concerts in the Bow Valley.

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Direct Download: Friends Of Banff Park Radio, Canmore Leader and Crag & Canyon Panel - May 01 2011


Affecting You, Landmarks and Legends: An Evolution of Banff’s Bears

Program: Affecting You

 

In this episode, Claire Wilkinson, Planner with the Town of Banff talks with Ralphine Locke and Sarah Ramey about the historical presence of bears in the Banff town site. 

Find out more about the historical presence of bears in the Banff town site: http://www.banff.ca/business/heritage-program/landmarks/banffs_bears.htm


Friends Of Banff Park Radio, Canmore Leader and Crag & Canyon Panel - April 24 2011

Program: Affecting You

This week, Allan Buckingham is filling in again, talking with Larissa Barlow from the Banff Crag & Canyon and Hamish MacLean from the Canmore Leader about the upcoming federal election, gangs in Banff, and coyotes in Canmore.

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Direct Download: Friends Of Banff Park Radio, Canmore Leader and Crag & Canyon Panel - April 24 2011


On Tape, Dianne Wittner- Co-existing with Coyotes - April 18 2011

Program: On Tape

 

For hundreds of years, coyotes have been a prairie enigma and subject of mass killing campaigns. Now recognized as one of the most important ecological species in North America, coyotes continue to have an uneasy, often tragic relationship with humans. Learn the truth about this misunderstood species and how communities are changing policies to better align with common sense and coyote biology so we can live more peacefully with this supremely adaptable species.

Wildlife biologist and founder of the Alberta Institute for WIldlife Conservation Dianne Wittner presented to Bow Valley WildSmart. Find out more about Bow Vally Wildsmart: http://www.wildsmart.ca/

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Direct Download: On Tape, Dianne Wittner- Co-existing with Coyotes - April 18 2011


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