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The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
 
Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
 
In our expert professional services businesses, where the rules were written last century and the world keeps changing around us...how do we as experts who have spent years, sometimes decades getting our technical skills to the ultimate level and proportionally little time learning the ones required to grow our businesses based on our own terms, re-write the rules for ourselves. That’s the question and this show explores the answers. Stay tuned and enjoy some brave conversations. Find out mo ...
 
The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
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The Sage Magazine Podcast

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Habitations is the podcast of Sage Magazine, the environmental journalism and arts publication at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. It explores the relationships between humans and the places that they inhabit, through interviews and narrative pieces.
 
-Welcome to the Habitat Of Hoops podcast! -A weekly basketball podcast hosted by @NolanFortin -Featuring weekly guests and even discussions with you guys! -Go follow our Instagram and Twitter @habitatofhoops for daily content! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/habitatofhoops/support
 
Mucho Hábitat es un Podcast en español donde podrás encontrar las historias de esos que decidieron salir de su zona de confort, aquellos que se retaron y decidieron cambiar todo lo que conocían por nuevas aventuras. Creativos que tomaron la decision de ejercer fuera de sus países y que hoy su historia puede darte la inspiración que necesitas para hacerlo! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/muchohabitat/support
 
Ou la philosophie de l'habiter Le podcast engagé dans l’enjeu sociétal le plus essentiel au sens vital d’aujourd’hui : la question de l’habiter ! Pour "Mieux connaître, mieux comprendre"… Comment habiter demain ! Cendrine Dominguez reçoit chaque semaine un grand témoin de cette question essentielle de la philosophie de l’habiter.
 
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Folha de S.Paulo

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Os seres humanos estão alterando o planeta em um ritmo que os outros seres vivos não estão conseguindo acompanhar. E cientistas acreditam que o grande número de espécies que estão desaparecendo em meio a essas mudanças indicam que nós estamos provocando uma extinção em massa –a sexta na história da Terra. No Habitat, as jornalistas da Folha Jéssica Maes e Natália Silva viajam o Brasil para contar histórias de espécies ameaçadas, acompanhadas de quem está vendo elas desaparecerem. O podcast t ...
 
LaVonne shares her candid thoughts on current issues and events in business, community, religion, funding, current and specific world events. LaVonne also offers information, ideas and motivation in these areas through her research and various guests. LaVonne has also added a space for parents who are homeschooling their children and teens. And remember, "you create your own habitation!" Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lavonne-stagg-hunter/support
 
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Every hunting season brings new perspectives to discuss and learn from. During this episode we discuss how a 36-acre managed property out performed a 160-acre lease. The difference in a lease and owning land is stark. Coming from two habitat nerds it’s hard to hunt a property without envisioning all the changes that would solve all the problems. In…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Anthony Barnum (Outdoor Writer) discuss family traditions and recent success on killing a top end buck. Jon explains his status on the upcoming consultant season and future client work into 2023 and 2024. Anthony details having sons growing up in the outdoors and the details of breaking down th…
 
The new season has brought us to the long and hard Road To 1K and we have no shortage of adversaries along the way. Long time producer and unpaid intern Jerry is gone for almost good, we have a open challenge to a "big time" youtuber, and now we have the fans of another show throwing out wild allegations against the NHP. Mikey and Ty are here to se…
 
Habitat Podcast #204 - Matthew Musselman joins Jared Van Hees for a great podcast on all things Timber Management for Deer! This episode is packed full of information and Matt truly knows his stuff. Matt is an accomplished MI deer hunter and we really enjoyed this discussion. We cover: Logging for Better Deer Hunting with Legendary Forest Products,…
 
In Episode 123 of The Business Habitat podcast, Sam is joined by James Rose, Co-Founder of Content Snare, a company designed to help businesses overcome the endless back and forth emails with their clients, both when onboarding and throughout the relationship, and the inevitable data loss that ensues when inadequate processes are in place. More tha…
 
87 year-old Glyphosate researcher, plant pathologist, retired U.S. Army Col. and Emeritus Professor (Purdue Univ)., Dr. Don Huber has been shot at, stabbed and beaten to a pulp during his storied investigative career merely because of his long-time involvement in research on the impacts of Glyphosate (RoundUp) on plant nutrition, disease and health…
 
Old habits die hard. This saying is so fitting for many landowners. We've all heard the lines that most hunters murmur when they just simply accept poor quality hunting. Most excuses revolve around poor genetics, bad soils, and the region of the country. These factors are not limitations, just guidelines for the ways you should manage your farm. St…
 
Throughout this deer season Hunter Johnson has had the privilege of visiting over 40 top notch deer clubs while following his tracking dog Lanky. Tune in as he and Thomas Baldridge discuss what these properties all have in common and how these clubs are able to produce and hold big mature bucks every year.…
 
Are you a private landowner or do you aspire to become one? The value of owning land is difficult to comprehend and write about, so this week we dive deep into the raw meaning, emotions, value, and feelings regarding recreational land ownership. Neil Hauger is a Whitetail Properties Agent, he has seen it all when it comes to land ownership. He’s as…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discusses success when it comes to hunting big bucks. Jon explains his opening gun season successes and what he perceives as failures. Jon details every aspect of his hunt to include passing up a mature buck and what brought him success on opening day of gun season. Jon explains when to be intrusiv…
 
“It won’t work!” We constantly hear this from cattle farmers across the country. Tune in with us as we join Ryan Parker Quail Forever, Grasslands Coordinating Wildlife Biologist. We discuss grazing natives and the benefits to cattle and wildlife. Folks don’t know why it won’t work but they know they’ve never seen it done. Did the Buffalo graze fesc…
 
Do you have a deer tag still? If you do, listen up! There is still a lot of great hunting season left. After the peak of the rut, it seems hunters' interests just die off. However, we are discussing why some of the best of the hunting season is still in front of us with the post-rut and late-season food hunts. The back half of the rut is often miss…
 
Mikey and Ty have been invited to the studio by Jerry, long-time and recently disgraced producer, to take part in a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings. Jerry is trying to make things right after a rocky month and the boys are ready to be persuaded. We also challenge a YouTuber to a PPV MMA fight, find out what YOU are thankful for and much m…
 
We're back at the woodlands this week discussing the recent success that was had on a 5.5 year old buck we called the Big Ten. We watched this buck grow up! He's gone from a triple beamed 3.5 buck to a giant 10 point buck. This is just another great buck that is a product of habitat ad trigger management,…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Bill Thompson (Spartan Forge) discuss when to hunt and predictive modeling. Bill upsets the idea that weather is everything when it comes to deer movement. Bill's business and application, Spartan Forge, utilizes Global Position Data (GPS) to analyze deer movement and related trends. Bill expla…
 
Habitat Podcast #203 - Deer Camp It's here. 2022 opening of rifle season is in the books! We have a great chat over some beers. This was our first official deer camp staying at the Northern 70. We had a great crew of 8 of us in camp. 3 of us left....@MotivatedtoHunt 's Pat Cross joins Jared and Greg Van Hees after 3 days of hunting. We reminisce an…
 
This week we have a remarkable story for you and a returning guest to the Land & Legacy podcast. Mike Hinkle is a client and great friend. He is also a dedicated land manager, hunter, and conservationist. Mike recently harvested a new record deer for his property in North Missouri and is here to share the story of the hunt, but more importantly, th…
 
Today marks the beginning of a grueling journey that is sure to test our perseverance, our will to carry on and our ability to entertain. Mikey and Ty are embarking on a journey much like many others before them, the road to 1k. YouTube followers, that is. So fire up those secondary emails and get us get that sweet sweet monetization. Subscribe.…
 
“It won’t work!” We constantly hear this from cattle farmers across the country. Tune in with us as we join Ryan Parker Quail Forever, Grasslands Coordinating Wildlife Biologist. We discuss grazing natives and the benefits to cattle and wildlife. Folks don’t know why it won’t work but they know they’ve never seen it done. Did the Buffalo graze fesc…
 
In Episode 122 of The Business Habitat podcast, Sam is joined once again by Filip Fucic, Founder of Lift-off, a business designed to work with professionals such as accountants, lawyers and expert freelancers to help them rise their prices closer to the value they provide to the client. In this conversation, Sam and Filip explore the dollars for ho…
 
This podcast may hit home for you or encourage you, but you will for sure feel something. It’s the middle of deer season and the results of other success is all around you. Big buck after big buck as your scroll through social media, but the question is are changing your standards at this point or looking for validation? “The mentality that somethi…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss Jake's hunting season. Jake breaks down how he hunts and manages his property. Jake and Jon discuss trail camera data and the use of cellular cameras versus non-cellular cameras, and trail camera placement. Jake explains his hunting season, frequenc…
 
Finding time to improve your farm while having kids and living nearly four hours away can be very difficult, and Jay Dirks won't try to tell you any different, but there is a way! Jay is a Land & Legacy client from way back and he's seen his property change completely! From timber thinning, burning, and more timber cutting the place has come alive!…
 
This week we visit with Matt Martin and get a unique perspective from a guy that has been on all sides of land management. Matt worked for the NRCS, has been a landowner with a NRCS EQIP contract, and now owns a land management business where as a contractor he works for others trying to develop their land…
 
Habitat Podcast #202 - Todd Graf from www.bowhunting.com joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbeib on the show! Todd is another habitat manager just like the rest of us. This is an informative episode on all things habitat management with a brand new property. We cover: How Todd got into hunting or habitat and how Bowhunting.com came to be Todd's new …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discusses what is occurring this time of year with his business. Jon explains his personal hunting situation, and examples of how he is going after target deer. Jon explains how he is breaking down individual deer and what he is considering at the time he goes after them. Jon discusses hunting pri…
 
Jason and "guest host-client-friend" Joe Switzer talk with Dr. Rick Haney about soil testing and all things soil health. The guys share their stories about why lime becomes unnecessary as the plant-microbe interaction mediates the soil pH in and around the root rhizoshpere. Oh, and Jason talks about propolis spray and Moscow mules!…
 
In this podcast we sit down with Ryan DeSantis of Oklahoma State University to discuss forest health. This episode is all about the importance of active forest management. We discuss this from three major angles! First we discuss why forests need to be managed for their overall health. Single aged forests are one step away from being devastated, bu…
 
In Episode 121 of The Business Habitat podcast, Sam is joined by Founder of Life-Changing Accountants and The Greater Good Publishing Company, Harvee Pene, to talk about purpose-driven businesses, and leveraging your time and experience to generate recurring revenue, so your work can continue to do the work, for you. Harvee Pene had bought an accou…
 
Season 4 is in full effect and we're here to answer the age old question of which is better? Android users say Android and iPhone users don't say much. Mikey and Ty crunch the numbers, compare the specs and declare a winner once and for all! We also announce some huge, upcoming events on the channel!!!…
 
Habitat Podcast #201 - Brandon Johannes joins Jared Van Hees to tell the story of an amazing 207" Non-Typical Buck! Brandon is a good friend, ice fisherman and a habitat manager in Minnesota, where they have great deer as well. Enjoy the story of this amazing buck and good luck out there. ------------------------------------------------------------…
 
Time and time again we get asked after we write a management plan what are the next steps. It's a loaded question but the general theme is the same. Start working! Do we do the work ourselves, do we hire contractors? Should we sign up for government cost share? All these questions and more right here on Saw Dust & Fire…
 
Land & Legacy client Aaron Jordan has had a season to remember! Laying down a 181" Kansas giant is not simple task. This didn't come from accident though, this comes from years of work, planning and habitat restoration. Land & Legacy consultant Kyle Hedges worked with Mr Jordan back in the winter and put together a game plan to start the complete r…
 
We've all asked that question when running into a buck we didn't want to leave our farm. Does he stay and just go nocturnal or does he leave the area completely? That's where today's research and podcast topic are crucial in understanding the needs of whitetail deer and how we can lay out our farm to benefit ourselves in high pressure neighborhoods…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discusses hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Steve discusses his tactics leading into the rut and how to handle the October lull. Steve and Jon discuss trends this October and key movement days noted throughout the month so far. Steve and Jon explain the f…
 
In Episode 120 of The Business Habitat podcast, Sam is joined by Maite Grisard, Founder of Marketrotters, a field consulting company that “goes in, shakes thing up, gives perspective, and gets out”. Today Sam and Maite are talking about data, and how it can help you and your team steer your company in the right direction. More than just a conversat…
 
We recently asked landowners to reach out to us and tell us about your habitat work. Today we are joined with Cole Shealy from South Carolina to discuss his property, the habitat work he’s done and the results he is seeing as well as the benefits of a prescribed burn association that he’s recently helped start.…
 
You've heard the talk, scout before season, scout during season, scout while hunting! Blah, Blah, Blah! Most of us don't have the time to scout and play defense with the deer. Good land managers lay out a plan, implement, and reap the rewards. Zack and Issac Coy have been working to improve their property for years so we discuss the natural transit…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) and Lee Ellis (Seek One) discuss hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Lee explains how he breaks down deer using hunting apps. Lee explains exploratory periods, and how difficult finding and patterning deer during the fall transition period. Lee explains how…
 
Habitat Podcast #200 - Jim Ward joins Jared Van Hees and Brian Halbleib for our 200th episode!!! We cover, Jim's introduction - Background, Occupation, How he got into Habitat Management? Jim Ward's Habitat Management Style, Cutting woods - How much cutting is the appropriate amount? Types of cutting – HC vs Felling Creating Buck beds – believer Wa…
 
There are two things that always coincide with treestands, that is safety and comfort. We can all agree on that at least. Every farm has several locations that are always dependable, each and every season. These are perennial stand locations that may require long sits in the tree safely and comfortably. Vertical Treestands is a newly launched and e…
 
This week we are joined with Mr Donnie Deaton from the pine thickets of south Arkansas to talk about how to recover from a bad hit on that deer we’ve been targeting. We discuss shot placement, wait times before searching and yep, you guessed it….blood trailing dogs. We even talk about ole Lanky, the dog that chose his human.…
 
In Episode 119 of The Business Habitat podcast, Sam is joined by Executive General Manager of Ab2 Institute of Accounting, Sarah Stone, to talk about the impact of education in the workplace and how the right training framework can boost business performance and attract the best talent to your organisation. With close to twenty years’ experience in…
 
#657 - Season 3Mikey and Ty are back with a brand new season featuring new segments and gimmicks!!! We close the door on a popular staple of the show, attempt to name our listeners, reveal our newest enemies, announce the official categories for the 2nd Annual NHPS Award show and much much more!!!על ידי Mikey Boohyah
 
This weeks podcast we review the three main ways we hunt and setup farms to be hunted. There are a lot of die hard hunters who cling to stereotypes such as, saddle hunter or rifle hunter. But let’s be real, we do it all, we are hunters! Specifically on managed private lands, there are three main scenarios you can find yourself in. The first is mobi…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss a recent harvest and how the layout of the property led to success. Perry explains how he broke down an unknown big buck that was a recent addition to one of the Drury Farms. Perry discusses hunting small farms and how to build bullet proof access, even pas…
 
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