The Beaver State Podcast Episode 64: Safe and responsible wildlife viewing

July 30, 2021

Jon Nelson and Alysia Wolf use Instagram to communicate about Oregon's unique wildlife. As biologists and communicators, they translate the critters and the places they explore through the lenses of cameras and trail cameras to bring them to life while making sure they're protected and undisturbed. We talked to them about how to watch wildlife and explore Oregon's amazing places without leaving an impact or stressing out our amazing wild animals.

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