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Episode 13: Bigfoot

For our 13th episode, we venture off the beaten path to hear about Bigfoot and the scientist who’s on a mission to find him.  Read More
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Episode 7: Man vs. Machine

Micah Schweizer was skiing in the back-country when he uttered a curse against snowmobilers. But you know what they say—be careful what you wish for. Read More
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Episode 4: Catch And Release

Tonia Hanson had a secret. But when a private river retreat turned out to be very, very public, Tonia found unexpected healing.

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Episode 1: Up A River, Without… A Pigeon?

Charlie Thomas worked as a whitewater rafting guide in the 80's. His boss became obsessed with selling photos of clients taken while they ran the rapids. The only problem was getting the film back across the river and into town to be developed before the clients returned. Read More

From the Blog

So You Weren’t Born Wearing Crampons?

Do you ever wonder if outdoor adventure types have different DNA than you or me? You know, the people who summit mountain peaks (plural), take 30 mile bike rides before breakfast, go on weeks-long backpacking treks or rafting trips, people who own specialized Spandex or rock climbing helmets or Telemark skis?

Amid Our Differences, Nature Unifies Us

Editor’s note: Here’s the first of what we hope will be many guest contributions to the HumaNature blog. (Have an idea for a post? Get in touch!) Susan Anderson, from Evanston, WY, offers encouraging thoughts fitting for the conclusion of an especially acrimonious political campaign season.

 

A recent interview with Ira Glass on Wyoming Public Radio caught my ear. In it, he praised HumaNature for having a “weird” mission. But is telling stories about human experiences in nature weird? Not in Wyoming, at any rate.

We’re Passing The Hat

At the top of every episode, the first thing you hear Caroline say is “From Wyoming Public Media, this is HumaNature.” It’s a pretty self-explanatory statement, but there’s one word that I’d like to single out right now: public.