Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

By 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. From explorers to renowned scientists and just good people, they all have a story we can learn 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.

  1. 1.
    #194 Addison Edmonds: The legacy of Gunner the dog. Hunting / dogs / birds / life stories
    39:27
  2. 2.
    #193 Conservation Roundtable Ep6: Climate change targets, bison management & conservation politics
    38:02
  3. 3.
    #192 Conservation Roundtable Ep5: Invasive species, sage grouse & nuclear disaster wildlife recoveries
    41:37
  4. 4.
    #191 Conservation Roundtable Ep4: wildlife trade bans, venison markets & the impacts of human altered landscapes
    39:55
  5. 5.
    #190 Conservation Roundtable Ep3: Rock climbing conflicts, do fish feel pain & wild horses as ecosystem engineers
    55:04
  6. 6.
    #189 Dr Mark Elbroch: The Cougar Conundrum. Mountain lions, conservation, hunting, conflict
    1:40:36
  7. 7.
    #188 Conservation Roundtable Ep2: Wolf management, dam removal & genetic degradation in salmon
    39:37
  8. 8.
    #187 Conservation Roundtable Ep1: Bison culling, species reintroduction & fence management
    42:54
  1. 9.
    #186 Dr Cathy Mayne: Rewilding ourselves. Scottish deer management to sustainable living
    1:16:51
  2. 10.
    #185 Jake Willers: From wildlife sanctuary to National Geographic presenter. Conservation / documentary / film making / lions / bears
    1:27:30
  3. 11.
    #184 Simon Parker: An adventurous life of a travel writer. Sustainability / conservation / cycling the world / the education of living
    1:04:43
  4. 12.
    #183 Laura Zerra: Surviving the wilderness. Persistence hunting / vegetarian / knife forging / nature / naked and afraid
    1:14:00
  5. 13.
    #182 Dr Steven Rosenzweig: Understanding regenerative agriculture. Conservation / EPIC / climate change / ecosystem health
    35:14
  6. 14.
    #181 Adeline Fox: Preserving land, water, dark skies and cultural heritage with the Big Bend Conservation Alliance.
    56:50
  7. 15.
    #180 Jess Johnson: From wolves to the Grand Teton National Park wild goat controversy. Conservation / hunting / America / wild sheep
    1:19:27
  8. 16.
    #179 Jake Muise: Harvesting wild meat in Hawaii. The Maui Nui story. Conservation / invasive species / venison / food / ecology
    1:14:11
  9. 17.
    #178 James Glancy: From Royal Marine to documentary film-maker. Conservation / wolves / military / poaching / wildlife
    1:10:46
  10. 18.
    #177 Tyler Sharp: From wolves in Yellowstone to the black cowboys who help forge the West. Conservation / Modern Huntsman / whales / Cameroon / photography / survival
    1:12:31
  11. 19.
    #176 Bill Roden: Insights from the outdoors industry. Hunting / fishing / marketing / advertising / writing
    1:33:33
  12. 20.
    #175 Dr Mark Scherz: The importance of species in conservation. Madagascar / herpetology / frogs / evolution / DNA / barcoding
    1:51:16
  13. 21.
    #174 Women in the Wilderness. The feral horse problem. America / conservation / adventure / documentary
    50:50
  14. 22.
    #173 Science Shorts: Dr Richard Thomas. Global wildlife trade. Conservation / poaching / pangolin / tigers / elephants
    51:02
  15. 23.
    #172 Peter Carr: From gamekeeper to journalist and global conservationist. Hunting / conservation / Africa / lions / illegal trade
    1:17:12
  16. 24.
    #171 Science Shorts: Christine Figgener Ph.D. Sea turtle conservation. Biology / biodiversity / Costa Rica / environment / plastic pollution / evolution
    38:44
  17. 25.
    #170 Rob Nelson: Stone Age Man. Tackling the natural world. Wolves / species conservation / fire ecology / Chernobyl / film-making
    1:56:01
  18. 26.
    #169 Science Shorts: Sarah Roberts on the world's largest iceberg. Conservation / Antarctica / South Georgia / penguins / climate change / global warming / whales
    22:31
  19. 27.
    #168 Amanda Monthei: A landscape of fire. Conservation / environment / fire-mitigation / fire-management / wildfire / climate change
    1:10:47
  20. 28.
    #167 Science Shorts: Lauren Redmore Ph.D. Human, elephant co-existence. Africa / Botswana / conservation / wildlife / conflict
    32:31
  21. 29.
    #166 Lindsey B. Davis: From vegetarian to hunter. Ecology / indigenous knowledge / permaculture / citizen science
    1:50:02
  22. 30.
    #165 Show update
    5:56
  23. 31.
    #164 Science Shorts: Professor David Beerling. Can basalt answer our soil health and climate change problems? Carbon / environment / global-warming
    26:24
  24. 32.
    #163 Nick Baker: Exploring the natural world. Conservation / wildlife / Isle of Wight / nature education / science communication
    1:12:16
  25. 33.
    #162 Science Shorts: Dr Nina Friggins. Are trees always the answer to climate change? Carbon / sequestering / emergency / Scotland / science / soil / heather / moorland
    27:17
  26. 34.
    #161 Danny Christensen: The Urban Huntsman. Food sourcing to hunting public lands and high-end fashion photography
    1:45:32
  27. 35.
    #160 Behind The Lens: Teddy Robb. Country music.
    29:40
  28. 36.
    #159 Mansal Denton: psychedelics, hunting and rebuilding a life after prison
    1:21:45
  29. 37.
    #158 Lorne Ramoni: From the view of an African hunting outfitter
    1:32:44
  30. 38.
    #157 Behind The Lens: New World Cartography
    27:37
  31. 39.
    #156 Sarah Roberts: Shark research, swimming with crocodiles, children's education and Blue Peter.
    1:18:33
  32. 40.
    #155 Science Shorts: Dr Fabian Leendertz
    29:39
  33. 41.
    #154 Peter Christie: Our pets, from cats to fish and how they impact the world.
    1:16:25
  34. 42.
    #153 Behind The Lens: Elias Carlson & Tito West
    26:05
  35. 43.
    #152 Catherine Semcer: Wildlife trade, incentives for conservation & free-market environmentalism
    1:28:27
  36. 44.
    #151 Science Shorts: Alaska opens hunting for bear cubs and wolf pups. Jess Johnston reports.
    35:37
  37. 45.
    #150 Dr Amy Dickman: Humanity and sustainability in conservation, lions, National Geographic, trophy hunting & women in conservation
    1:21:24
  38. 46.
    #149 Behind The Lens: Derek Malou
    32:37
  39. 47.
    #148 Merlin Becker: Otterburn research, fire ecology, mountain hare populations & sustainable land management
    1:25:55
  40. 48.
    #147 Science Shorts: Mercury in our oceans with Professor Yanxu Zhang
    22:01
  41. 49.
    #146 Ryan Youngblood: Dodging bullets, civil war, conservation conflict, documentary film-making & charging elephants
    1:31:12
  42. 50.
    #145 Behind The Lens: Max Lowe
    32:30

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