Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace
Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace
The Pace Brothers
The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, expeditions, environmental and wildlife management. This is a podcast for everyone who enjoys the great outdoors in any form. It’s for those who care about safeguarding the planet and wildlife we share this land with.
#190 Conservation Roundtable Ep3: Rock climbing conflicts, do fish feel pain &  wild horses as ecosystem engineers
In the third of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from around the world. Stories this week: Do fish feel pain, climbing conflicts and wild horses as ecosystem engineers: Series brought to you by www.firstlite.com Podcast partner www.modernhuntsman.com
Jun 14
55 min
#189 Dr Mark Elbroch: The Cougar Conundrum. Mountain lions, conservation, hunting, conflict
Dr Mark Elbroch is the lead scientists for Panthera's Puma Program. If you want to understand mountain lions this is the show to listen to and he the person to guide you through it. Mark: https://www.panthera.org/people/mark-elbroch-phd The Cougar Conundrum: https://www.amazon.com/Cougar-Conundrum-Sharing-Successful-Predator/dp/161091998X www.byronpace.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace
Jun 9
1 hr 40 min
#188 Conservation Roundtable Ep2: Wolf management, dam removal & genetic degradation in salmon
In the second of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from around the world. Stories this week: Wolf management, dam removal and salmon genetic degradation: Series brought to you by www.firstlite.com Podcast partner www.modernhuntsman.com
May 25
39 min
#187 Conservation Roundtable Ep1: Bison culling, species reintroduction & fence management
In the first of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite. Stories this week: Bison culling in Grand Canyon National Park, rethinking fences in the landscape and bison recovering in Europe. Episode brought to you by www.firstlite.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace
May 19
42 min
#186 Dr Cathy Mayne: Rewilding ourselves. Scottish deer management to sustainable living
Dr Cathy Mayne is an ecologist based in Scotland. We tackle the prickly topic of rewilding, the implications for how we manage deer and our landscape, and what does sustainable living really mean in a world driven by 'progress' and economic growth. https://mountainenvironmentservices.com/ www.byronpace.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace
May 5
1 hr 16 min
#185 Jake Willers: From wildlife sanctuary to National Geographic presenter. Conservation / documentary / film making / lions / bears
Jake Willers is a wildlife documentary filmmaker and National Geographic presenter. He transformed his career from working at the family wildlife park in England to presenting wildlife documentaries around the world. From insects to mountain lions and bears, he has an incredible wealth of knowledge. More info: www.jakewillers.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace
Apr 19
1 hr 27 min
#184 Simon Parker: An adventurous life of a travel writer. Sustainability / conservation / cycling the world / the education of living
Simon Parker is a journalist, radio and TV presenter, and travel writer who has lived a restless life. He has reported for numerous major news networks, covering everything from the migrant crisis in Greece to the impacts of climate change in Svalbard. We discuss his latest project, to tell stories of conservation and sustainability. More in Simon: https://www.simonwparker.co.uk/ Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace Win Tecovas boots: www.tecovas.com Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com
Apr 5
1 hr 4 min
#183 Laura Zerra: Surviving the wilderness. Persistence hunting / vegetarian / knife forging / nature / naked and afraid
Laura Zerra is most well known from the TV show Naked and Afraid, but there is so much more to who she is. From that the art of letter writing, to hand forging knives and leaving her own bloody footprints in the snow, I was enthused and captivated by Laura's stories and life. Dive in with me as we hear about her move from vegetarian to hunter, living with the seasons and grappling with the morality of nature. Laura's Instagram: @laurazerra Support: www.patreon.com/byronpace www.modernhuntsman.com
Mar 23
1 hr 13 min
#182 Dr Steven Rosenzweig: Understanding regenerative agriculture. Conservation / EPIC / climate change / ecosystem health
What is regenerative agriculture and why is it important? We speak to the senior soil scientist at General Mills, Dr Steven Rosenzweig, about the science, the importance of indigenous knowledge, and how this is being applied in modern farming practices. Modern Huntsman article More on Epic Provisions Support the podcast Website: www.byronpace.com
Mar 8
35 min
#181 Adeline Fox: Preserving land, water, dark skies and cultural heritage with the Big Bend Conservation Alliance.
Adeline Fox is the president of the Big Bend Conservation Alliance. Originally established to fight against a proposed gas pipeline cutting across Texas, today they work to protect land, water, dark skies and cultural heritage through grass routes projects.  More info: https://www.bigbendconservationalliance.org/ Podcast partner: www.modernhuntsman.com www.byronpace.com Support the podcast: www.patreon.com/byronpace Contact: podcast@paceproductionsuk.com
Feb 23
56 min
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