Podcast with Tony Bynum and Randy Newberg - photogrphy, hunting, conservation, and telling your story about your public lands experiences.
Presently, I am out in the field for a special research project involving Wolverines, but I wanted to share this clip from this week's Northwestern Outdoors Radio show.
I was interviewed by John Kruse, host of the show, to talk about two things:
- Elk photography and my free e-book on wildlife photography.
- My thoughts on the work that the Wilderness Society is doing to protect and promote our wild public lands, as well as my role in the #OurWild Campaign.
It was a pleasure doing the interview and I hope you enjoy it!
People from around the "The Crown of the Continent," gather once a year to share their stories of conservation, life, and the challenges facing the geographic region. The Crown of the Continent, called by the Blackfeet, "the backbone of the world," is locationd in Northwest Montana, and Southwest Alberta, Canada. People come from all parts of the crown of the continent region, and beyond to this annual gathering.
I'd like to share this video - "Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent." I was honored to be a guest speaker at last fall's Roundtable meeting here in East Glacier Park, Montana. Following the meeting, Winberg Prodcutions of Bozeman, Montana, put this video together of some of the speakers mixed with some fantastic music and photographs. Tony Bynum Photography provided the still photography of the Crown Of the Continent, for the production. Enjoy.
I hope you all enjoy the video. Spring is not far off, although you would not know it from looking outside!