Environmental Almanac

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Synopsis

Weekly commentaries on the environment and appreciating the natural world, by Rob Kanter from the School of Earth, Society, and Environment, at the University of Illinois

Episodes

  • Local wildlife and waterways connect us to larger picture

    12/07/2018
  • Stand up for the Middle Fork

    07/06/2018
  • Appreciating Common Snapping Turtles [from the archive]

    01/06/2018
  • In defense of the eastern gray squirrel [from the archive]

    17/05/2018
  • Embrace your inner birder and enjoy spring migration

    10/05/2018
  • Pending legislation would undermine successful deer management in Illinois

    26/04/2018
  • Your Neighbor the Coyote

    08/03/2018
  • Appreciating Illinois amphibians and the habitats that support them

    02/03/2018
  • Don’t be ticked off—come to the Insect Fear Film Festival

    23/02/2018
  • Moose, winter ticks, and climate change in New Hampshire [from the archive]

    15/02/2018
  • Get out soon to find the first flower of spring

    08/02/2018
  • In defense of the eastern gray squirrel

    01/02/2018
  • Dark skies benefit people and wildlife

    19/01/2018
  • Strength of central Illinois environmental community cause for hope

    11/01/2018
  • Highlights from a Christmas Bird Count

    21/12/2017
  • Another little episode in the funeral of the native flora

    28/09/2017
  • Appreciating Hummingbirds in Illinois

    08/09/2017
  • Time to sever artificial connection between Great Lakes, Mississippi Basin

    24/08/2017
  • Local wildlife and waterways connect us to larger picture

    23/08/2017
  • Moose, winter ticks, and climate change in New Hampshire

    27/07/2017

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