FIELD TRIP: How to Change Your Life via the Natural History Museum of LA
Published April 2, 2019
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    After last week's heavy episode, Alie takes a little break with a Field Trip to one of her favorite places, the Natural History Museum of LA County. Hop in her pocket to hear about singing trees, hungry harpy eagles, architectural antelopes, crows that know your car, a pelt vault, sea serpents, willow huts, why Alie started loitering around in a vest, her personal list of must-see hidden exhibits, "Secrets from the Vault," her new live series for First Fridays in April and June, plus excerpts from the NHM's new book, Wild LA: Explore the Amazing Nature in and Around Los Angeles -- and how volunteering could quite possibly change your life. Also: the worst shoes ever. More info on the museum at First Fridays: Secrets from the Vault VIDEO: Last month's "Secrets from the Vault" livestream with Dr. Jann Vandetti: Wild LA book! Get it!: A donation was made to Sponsor links:,, (code Ologies), More links at has hats, pins, totes, shirts, etc. Follow Ologies at Instagram or Twitter Follow Alie Ward at Instagram or Editing by Steven Ray Morris Ologies theme music by Nick Thorburn Music beds by Kevin MacLeod ( "Drone In D," "Division," and "Garden Music" Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Special thanks to Erin Talbert and Hannah Lipow for adminning the Ologies Podcast Facebook group, to Boni Dutch and Shannon Feltus for managing, to interns Caleb Patton and Haeri Kim, and to editor Steven Ray Morris. I FERGOTTED TO DO THAT PART OF THE POD!
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