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The Fighter And The Kid

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Fresh "British" from The Fighter And The Kid

"Has a free account british right. Yeah he shows you how to make his favorite sandwiches hook them in. That's how i look jeopardy. After after a while like allergies to joe nobody else calm cheese. Once again chatter on june okay. This is a sad story in san jose. A few days ago there was a thirty two year old man at a bar and he was very drunk he was getting a little belligerent. He got kicked out for being drunk and trying to lift up dirt he later got kicked out him and a twenty four year old woman walk towards his car and i guess they decided to get it on because you started giving him head. They both didn't yes inside the car. They both didn't know that the car was in reverse and they were going forty five miles per hour backwards so fast. They crashed into the bar and hit somebody who is dining outside she measuring at a cargo forty five and thinking he was stationary reverse but in reversing. Yeah while getting your dixon that person right there. Yeah and the woman unfortunately rock yeah on real from to realize he's gone. He must have been so hammered. Yeah going backwards. Forty five miles an hour. He doing time. I wonder what happens with the girl. I don't know that's a great question. Would she be considered an yeah like she's going to head to jail. I apologize. i just stopped the dome super. He's he's super girl. Would be fucked to in belt voluntary marmion. She's he's driving like if you get is driving by drunk. Yeah no actually is driving by sucking his dick she goes. Don't i don't think he was intending to drive the car and they were trying to drive off the in the car so he could get ahead he just put it in reverse on accident. What they're trying to say i don't know it. Charged with involuntary man sucker. I don't use. I didn't.

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Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Your guys are considerably younger than i am. And and your full of passion you have the same path. I had Back when i was your age and good to see that there are some and even around town here. The number of young hunters that i see onto five zero and talking will bear hunting and women being average. I mean the women who are hunting. And i think it's phenomenal when i see this taking place. And if they have the drive and passion. That's what's going to help change things down the road. We offering plead picture. Yep that's right. No five year goals. We need a fifty year goal. Exactly yeah well. I think that something we can take away from. First nations you know they. They're looking generation right. They're not looking two years down the road. It's a very long-term approach. And i think you know. We need to start taking that approach in our governance as well and and being so much more long-term on every level not being. You know being very holistic right like you said steve one of these problems is you get these iconic species you get a cecil the lion or you get one. You know one. Individual that pulls on heartstrings. Meanwhile there's a whole species that's being lost the as an example caribou or other species where. It's being accounted for. Because they don't have that that fairy story or that that tear jerking story that Some of these other species do so. I think the big part of it is a holistic approach in looking at long-term multigenerational. And what we need to do instead of the next four years or five years down the road and it's not about one species about all species in everything that in habitat. It's not but one tree about all trees and they can just keeps going ad nauseam rate. It's it's about the landscape and everything had habits as a whole we got formula. We just have to make it work. That's the tough part. Absolutely well on that note mike We're going to be respectful time. You took time out of your day on wednesday to come down to the steps legislature. You and your colleagues from the bbc liberal party to support our act now campaign. You took time this afternoon. You've been away all week You just got back to your Your home there going to be respectful of your time. I wanna thank you for all you've done to support While cheap act now and just wildlife and habitat and conservation in general. You're certainly somebody. I respect and beacon hope in terms of our leadership in the in the legislature. Moving forward. So thank you for your time and all you do mike pleasure and keep up the good work guys and i'm with you all way..

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Fresh update on "british" discussed on Marketplace

Marketplace

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Fresh update on "british" discussed on Marketplace

"In Britain's culture wars. One song in particular has thrilled traditionalists while infuriating the progressives. Britannia rules the waves written in the 18th century. It is today to some pure jingoism. Two others like Prime Minister Boris Johnson, speaking at his annual virtual party conference, It's a patriotic celebration of Britain's history of maritime supremacy. We aren't embarrassed to sing old songs about how Britannia rules the waves. In fact. Or even making sense of it with a concerted national shipbuilding strategy that will bring jobs to every part of the UK Johnson wants Britain to become what he calls ship building superpower. While Britain still builds its own warships, some super yachts, small research and patrol vessels. No one believes it will ever compete with a huge commercial shipyards of China, Japan and South Korea. Least of all. Ben Murray, head of the industry, body, Maritime, U K. I don't think we should be on any illusions that we're going to be necessarily building massive container ships or tankers or cruise trips in the U. K. That's not where we think we're going to be competing. The bulk of the value in a ship is not in the how anyway, he says. It's in the systems that go into it, and now there'll be real money to be made in the battle against climate change. The opportunity is to create fantastic new products and solutions to help us decarbonization. One British Solution Hunter Development for cutting a ship's carbon emissions employees an age old energy source loose the midden talk..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Advantage of that anymore. Yeah for sure so mike. We talked about sixty percent of bbc's population in that point five percent in the lower mainland. We're seeing this flare up now. With the old growth forest very creek protests. Today there was a protest that the legislature. And we're actually seeing some policy. Changes said there's you know the the end ep step back and said they were going to do a bit more. They they didn't do as much as they could have. But you know they're taking notice. How do we get that sixty percent. We talked about it. We all care about it. And i know in all fairness i am victoria. But i'm i'm one of millions. So how do we age the hearts and minds and get people invested in this and care about it. We're seeing slowly. I think very creek is exciting. Because actually you know it is Evoking the mass as they are caring. People are waking up to sustainability issues with our old growth forests. But how do we Sort of magnify that with regards to forestry wildlife sustainability moving forward is there you know how how do we because i think if people cared more there'd be more of a push and if we see more of a push there was more pressure on government than things are gonna change right but if the government's not being held to account you know they just keep s- keep going under the old system right. Yeah you know. I think you know we could get everybody in british columbia to spend a couple of weekends looking at guler. Time lapse I i think we'd be way too racist but then we'd have to let everybody know how wildlife lives what wildlife lives in in the different typical areas. But i think the other problem that we have right now that we have to overcome is the industry is fighting better you know. They're fighting for their light realistically but they're working on old information. Her the the the the presentations. I see them giving talk about how much money they bring in. A brisk colombian. Connie how many people are employed. They're only lodden point. Zero one percent of total british columbia on an annual basis. And people buy that. They laugh at all whether or not saying is is the period of time talking about longer prices have been the highest in the world that they've ever been on that they're logging old growth at a rate like they have never locked before and making all kinds of product of that. They're not telling us what the forecast is. Moving ahead i you know in in my end. That's maybe what our members can do it. Your members can do is going to your local forest office and say can you tell me where the timber supply is coming from for the next five years or the next ten years. Please join me on her mouth. And i did not with our regional office with flynn role and they brought up their database. And they they took off all the rocks and lakes and stuff like that and said here we. Oh this is what we have a nicer hobos trees. Because i've been there and you know there's no old trees there they said while they're they're eighty year old trees nice. They're not eighty year old trees their sixty year old trees. And and if you cut him down now then we won't have any habitat left and the only reason there's habitable sixty year old. Jesus because they're right next to the old growth in the anzac river and that area there. So i think if people start looking you know asking the question go to go to your local cam for military. Where are you guys getting from for the next five years and how much would ever eerie getting 'em you know. What about the wildlife is here. The people don't realize it now had the space book post out that hits your on treat habits and the the mammals are sixty five species mammals of wildlife that live or dimmer. Nestle's these tree cavities but these tree. Cavities are all in one hundred years old and older les aspen. Of course we don't grow them anymore. We cut them down and spray them. But if a force company isn't ten on seen a tree every sixty years that means that they don't care about sixty five species that use those trees for nesting birds and they're going to be eliminated from the province and if that's the case then they all obviously don't care cheap they don't care about mucyo careful caribou and we're gonna have nothing left here so i think people are you know they. They you pull on their heartstrings. When they see a bearing for. And save the baron the kyle even though the attack and kill your pets and stanley are people still want to see the coyotes running around there. Well there's more coyotes down there than there are in. The wild up here is more barriers in these areas and there is in the wild up here because nobody hunts down there. There's there's there's no predators eat them. You know the like there is up in the bush here so people. It's a different world in urban british columbia versus the rest of us. If we can get everybody looking at google earth engine time lapse. I think we'd be. That'd be a snapping great direction. Whoa you're on you go now that's costing me. I guess sorry guys. Yeah whereas heading with that. Is you know there are people in the cities that care about wildlife. They care about the And what we just need to be more proactive. We need people to be more involved and And try and get people carrying about wildlife and holding holding government account. Making sure there's money for it and making sure that we're you know the best weekend to to move forward and and start making a priority. I think is is a big part of it. So yeah did they need to start carrying more than the cute and cuddly wildlife. That is on the backs of fundraisers. Right that i think that's a huge one raid. Y y is a grizzly bear or wolf more majestic and more important to save than a caribou or a deer or moose. And i think that's a big disconnect rate is we we know that a lot of the fundraising drives. Come on the backs of those. So that's what that's what they're seeing right. That's what's put into them and romo humanizing them. So it's it were we know we've got our shoulder to the grindstone and we're going to be continuing to try and push the rock uphill but i think it's doable. It's just a matter of of sticking with it. We've got a good core group in Our our society and hunters and anglers and shooters and anybody that recreates in the back country that stands with us and we got some. We got some good allies in government to so it's when we all come together with that same voice and as you said kyle hopefully together for wildlife does make that difference in brings everybody to the table and says you know what enough's enough in on a green..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

07:16 min | 1 d ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Really devastating on the habitat so his we have absolutely the wrong business moral for forestry. It should not be based on volume and and you know we should know that. But unfortunately that's the system that's been in play now since the mid sixty s Longer than that. Right from day. One but volume-based harvesting is not biodiversity-friendly. Use coventry's done rolling down. Roman and i think we have to get more to a A ecological model where you go in. Select the trees much like we did up until the mid nineteen sixties any tree that was twelve twelve inches in diameter and less left standing. And you logged at once. It got big enough and You know i remember hunting on parts might trap line back in the seventies were select logging taking place. There was habitat all over the place. It was lucile place there refer their raptors out. You know you go nowadays. Hardly hear all. And i never see it. Gosh gosh hawks have been red listed for a decade or more and. I don't see them anywhere is with these all. The time i was using cushion hold traffic for in the early part of the season because the goshawks rose getting into my sets and snaring them or would kill him. So if i use these these cushion holes were rubber jawed traps. You can stick your hand in walk around all day and it would hurt by will travel So i was able to go in and get off shock and i got a gold eagle on signed up and opened. The traffic would way they go and have no harmed uneven than they've never been hurt. But i don't see that anymore there's I haven't seen eagle on the travel. I know for decades having goshawks out there. Red hawks noser characters. Those things if you're walking next made knock your hat off. Well i came in. And what two thousand and four thousand four. It was about two thousand and six last time that companies started right grade. There's a. There's a key in there that i believe you pointed out that it says objectives for wildlife objectives for water biodiversity at the stand level and it says the key is without unduly reducing the supply of timber from bc forests. So that says what the number one priority is right. It's it's not the wildlife is not the water's not the landscape. It's don't stop messing with what we can cut. And i think that is something that needs to change before we're going to actually see any meaningful change on the landscape right or all those. I call them off ramps. And it's under the force and brings flat practices in planning regulations. And i think there's a dozen soul sections that have that but you know government was supposed to have they put these objective and then they they talk about what those objectives are but they still haven't defined what regionally important wildlife are they still haven't defined some of the areas in their for their objective so for the last twenty years. We've just been been cutting without any regard for that because there's no law in place. The regulations full stiffly your to do. There's nothing punitive. When i first read through the force rate practices act I shocked you. Know as being unforced normal life i looked at this work was document because little sections that you reference there steve. Yeah absolutely. it's it's it's sad when you really dial down into what government has taken from priorities like we discussed. This is again where in the mid eighties when i was in elementary school through the coat of arms and they'd always discuss that. Bc was forestry fishing and tourism. And none of those three are are doable right now. We don't have the fish. The forests are gone and due to covid. We don't even have the tourism. Sweat is british columbia falling back on now we we haven't planned five years ahead let alone fifty years ahead. That's a good aditorial. You got something a very good point. You know worry here here we are you know. And in twenty twenty one alongs that has been in existence. What has happened over that period of time. We are close to the amd unless we make that close to the end absolutely. So yeah. it's it's it's a big drago in and it can only happen with everybody's or in the water you know unless we want to wait until it so obvious that you know we got nothing left and then somebody would say jeez. Why didn't somebody do something you know. Like why the cod fishery i. I'd like to stop it before. We get to that point so that we do have a motive of of of opportunity left to rebuild wildlife populations and all wildlife populations are are raptors are fish. Update the ferber's everything that we have out there when you look at back martin all the time. Because that's what i know. Best is fisher martin and that animal and One of the primary food sources for for martin was back bowl and the back feeds on the the fungi and the and whatnot. That grows on the bottom up blowouts of trees fall down before reston when you get rid of them and you don't have slow downs anymore. Then you don't have the back wall and maybe you're mice disappear some species of mice disappear. You know someone flourish. I guess and And i've watched was dive bombing down over the trail in front of me and picking up a mouse or picking up ole and flying off into a tree in its part was. I don't have whiskey. Jacks hardly at all left on my travelling. They used to come all the time the him yet. Come to think of it. The time i've spent up there in in your area too. Yeah you pointed out. There is no whiskey jacks normally. You're you're walking in there kind of there's a person in there following you around or the magpies they're not around. There's a predator. Sign it really. The the whiskey jax will will cache their food all summer long for the winter they lived the winter. They if they were around they would and they cast their food in the branches. The upper branches of the of the forest canopy of mature for his county. And that's what they live on all winter long big stash berries nuts and mushrooms and meat or whatever they can get in there and but once that's all cut down there's nothing left because all the the small rannells down with all might smell it or see it and but we don't have them either so.

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Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"What i see. On the landscape. We are at one particular point in time in life as a punter and a trapper on a conservationist my focus was on wildlife and wildlife habitat. And now that i. I've studied things to the extent that i have. It's a complete package. We can't look at one part of it without looking at all the other parts of it. And that's why. I say when we look at something we should look at biodiversity management as a whole structure with wildlife management and and forestry and other water quality and all those things built into the same package We hear some of these groups have been talking about Moratorium on logging in the province. Which i think is a good thing. I support that You know it makes me cry. When i look at the fact that we're down to three percent growth in in a province this is that is criminal and the biodiversity. That's that's been taken away as a result of that but the end people saying it's okay. Let's log the second growth out there. But the second growth hasn't even grueling big enough to start providing the habitat necessary for the wildlife that was displaced. Who i'd like. That was that died and starve as a result of walking those clear cuts in the first place. So we need to look at the whole package. We can't say were offered wildlife management if we're also not looking at the first three logging side of things the the water habitat issue. Know the the glysophate spraying all things as one complete package that we need to emphasize. We're moving forward here. Yeah while said mike so you know in that scenario there were. We're trying to deal with these issues. Where where do we you know. What strategy do we have to change. So we have to look at holistically He's from what you've seen and and you know you're looking at it from an elected level not necessarily You know the bureaucratic level but a is together for wildlife can have that answer is more of a holistic approach to it You know or and i guess that's the question that i have is. We have three percent old-growth like you said we don't even have enough second growth to sustain us you know. Where do we go five years from now. You know that that's not a lot of. There's not a lot of trees. We have an industry to support. So what does that look. Five years down the road and to change that approach. Yeah a very good question. I have to look at you. Know how many members of Wildlife federation are in the four sector. And we're gonna sawmill under dr a logging truck or a piece of logging equipment but at the same time they're trying to support wildlife populations and how many are in in your organization that might be involved in the forest sector and so we have to get those people to understand the big picture and to start supporting some of the arguments that we hear from these groups about you. Know trying to stop the harvest of old growth forest trying to recognize all the valleys on the land moving forward and and we have to get over the fact that we may offend somebody. We may have found some industry person. We may offend some individual whose businesses reliant on the four sector or on some particular industry that you know kuzma paycheck every month but we have to understand that but i think somewhere in the middle of that is a balance where we can and that's all i'm asking for. Let's find that balance where we can still cut a tree down but we can still grow mousse or while cheap or at salmon or river or have forbears to like we like we've seen in in scandinavian part of the world or in the thirteen million hectares of pine forests that we have the. Us were nothing in the finery is hardly any birds flying in there. There's no there's no Ferber animals ungulates in. There is thirteen million hectares pine trees. So i don't wanna see that in british columbia and i think we can find that balance. It's gonna take a lot of work because we have a couple of generations. I think where we we need to take the time to repair a lot of the damage habitat that we have a wrong province here when you look at the plantation that we planted that you know when when the original was cut down it was around three hundred stems per hector we planted about two thousand stanford actor and a scoring in so thick. You could hurt. Walked through these pine tree or conifer monoculture and there's nothing growing in there so on my talk with some wildlife biologist to think that we have to go into them that out and we have to start replanting some of the simplest girl that has disappeared. So we're looking at twenty thirty forty fifty years to repaired the damage that was done over the last seventy five years and then we'll start seeing some of these wildlife populations come back and and you can't the other aspect of this is we have colleagues in end people in in the political realm that talk about a species at risk act and that was gonna save everything but you can't look at a single species enrich columbia without the impact of all the other species that are around. You know inside. The birds need Habitat and they're all part of the food chain on the raptors need to eat. It's the same as packing all out of the bush. You know the argument that that green party have is. They'll support grisly hunt. As long as you pack the edible horses the well you know. I don't know about you. But i have to receiver before and it's not one of my favorite but the other side of the coin is there's not one piece of protein that goes to waste in are forced So is out there. It is consumed right down to the last morsel approaching within a matter of days or weeks at the most and so nothing to waste. And you know it's like being trapped you skin. I've skin thousands of animals and a market. For but i've taken carcasses back out in the bush at the critters in all throw martin carcass odor handful of them every week. And they're gone by absolutely like you. And i actually actually went for lunch last week. I think it was for. He went down victorian we had a great chat about The old growth forests and how everybody assumes they're the big eight ten twelve foot sixteen foot diameter trees and up here on your line which is what an hour north of prince. George you can show growth. That is only six eight inches across right. And that's that's the other thing they're they're jumping onto you right. Is that emotional. Side of the big trees are the only the old growth in. That's that's why it's not paid attention to appear on your your rate. The argument that.

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Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Well what do you want to see. Absolutely and we do listen to our members and our supporters. You know a lot of times what we do. Listen to is how things so when we see something do well. We're like okay. That works if it doesn't do as well then we're like well okay. Maybe won't do that again. But let us know Working to to offer things that people want I can say dude gaming rules. We can't say we're gonna offer next for raffle stop when we have a couple of really cool raffles coming up So keep an eye out. You're going to see them. Pretty soon and Coming down the pipe so with that. Let's go to episode thirty two We're gonna welcome bc liberal mla. mike marsh from prince. George mackenzie to the show steve Looking forward to this one's going to be a great chat absolutely if you looked up the word conservation superhero in the dictionary. You would see a picture of our friend omer from precision optics tireless donor and supporter of all things wild sheep precision optics located in british columbia truly stands alone in the alpine from optics. Two rifles to outdoor gear and a knowledge that cannot be surpassed. Top in that killer smile. And you have total conservation. Package precision optics. We truly thankful for the support. You show us every step of the way buying them online at precision optics dot net or roma foods located just off highway ninety seven cornell b. c. Good afternoon mike. Welcome to the Talk is cheap. Podcast real pleasure to have you on and thanks for taking the time to meet with us this afternoon. My pleasure. this is scott excellent. Mike yeah we appreciate You know really what you've done for hunts to hunters across British mia You know your involvement in victoria is You know you've been very active down there very vocal on issues around sustainability conservation related issues and you know opportunities frost hunters as well so. It's something that you know. I really watch closely. What you're doing in the legislature. We're really grateful for what you've done. The while sheep. Society b c. We had this opportunity to present. Twenty thousand letters to the premier on on the ninth on wednesday and true to form. You showed up to speak in support of of what we're doing It always seems very consistent with yourself and also the liberal party to support were getting as hunters across the landscape here and being out there to support us all the time so it was a pleasure. Senior guys aaron impress or walks showed up in front of the legislature and It's too bad it was. We have to do. During covert time. So we've been quoted times now for a year and a half off. It'll be over one of these days soon. But i think the message was important that that be delivered in the way that it wasn't and i've got a meeting with the minister coming up towards the end of the month here so i might chit chat with her little bit of this issue as well yes. So let's i guess maybe jumping to that issue. You know a little bit. And i know mike. You're very active around. Conservation related issues forced related issues. All all these different things. But you know we haven't really talked about the issue at hand with some. It's something that is a huge concern for us and we've actually got a little bit. Of flack a wild sheep for kind of making a stand in a statement around you know that we want to hold the government to account on this issue around wildlife meant using science because we did see it back in two thousand seventeen when The grizzly bear just went away. You know one of the most heavily Studied animals In the province. There's a lot of time money and effort understanding them and the government shutdown. You know kind of on election promise. So you know i guess. Maybe it'd be great to hear from you on your perspective on your thoughts and science-based while they've management kind of this this issue we're having to deal with the boat social licensing and you know maybe hunters shouldn't be harvesting taking off the landscape not based on sustainability but based on. You know because somebody doesn't like that an animal dies in the process so if you could talk a little bit to that i appreciate it over. Wildlife has been undervalued in this province side Rates in the beginning went four streak came along. We adopted that sustainable yield strategy way back in nineteen forty five with a full focus on on wood and nothing else and i think that is that that began the over. Wildlife populations nbc. And because of that. focus. Well i don't think any government is one thousand nine hundred and five is put the required amount of money into wildlife management or into managing any of the other biodiversity values on which has led us to where we are today. We have no idea of you. Know there's we haven't had a good wildlife inventory program we haven't had a good wildlife you know if you talk to anybody they would be able to tell you how many how many martin we have. How many of any kind of critter that we have in the province here and i think that's wrong when you look at the value that each one of those animals provide to society at mt enter the environment itself. I read back when i was trapping. And and on these days. Maybe i'll be back to that again at ninety but i've got every study on for bears that has been written in the last fifty or sixty years and all of them say the same. You know. just the liberal bibliography i on hearten for an example is twelve pages long and i every single report and pay for that was written on biology. The habitat for martin. Also the same thing that they're declined. Premise deformed lack of habitat that as soon as you log. The mature denver that takes away nesting denning sites and food opportunities in the red back. All those kinds of things but yet we continue to do that. And then you look at the care who situation and just about every report that you see on. Caribou talks about the loss of habitat. And what are we doing. We're still having the trees down as still throwing the habitat da. These animals are in so we haven't learned and part of it is because we have this like i said this incomplete strategy from nineteen forty five that has morph into ideology that is taught in force you programs at the university level at the college level. So these these folks that are now in forestry in senior management positions all they know is how grown cut down trees and how to make it grow faster in the optimum size to put it through a sawmill on even though that the optimum sizes still half the size that's needed to produce inadequate canopy overhead and whatnot so to change the mindset of colleagues and to change the mindset of people in the industry has been enormous task Some days. I feel like i'm just bang my head against a brick wall but i do think you know if i look at the numbers in my own caucus i think i'm i'm probably fifty fifty. Now where rated beginning. I was probably want against everybody so it is working but it's a long painful process in its it's organizations like watch society and others that have made enough noise on the outside. That helps me lincoln to colleagues and other people in the political world. So don't take my word for oldest into these guys are gonna talk to one of these guys over there. And i think people are starting to get the same message from just every organization on the province so go long way to go but We're moving at least appreciate that. Mike so i guess that's kind of the next question. You know we complain a lot about you. Know what's happening on the landscape. Loss of habitat You know there's this whole predator issue which you know is kind of the heart of act now in some capacities because of some of the pushback. We've been getting we go from here you know. We've that was one of the things we're with together for wildlife we'd see some positive changes and And there probably is a very good positive things coming together for wildlife You know we seem to change government at change of a party so you know. Maybe there was some optimism there that we'd see but we're still having the same issue so you know kind of what we need to do. What are some of the things that we can do to improve things to to make a difference and actually start reversing because it seems to me. We're still going backwards from.

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An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

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02:06 min | 2 d ago

An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

"Over eighty years ago. Today people across america woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. the date was october thirtieth. Nineteen thirty eight. The radio show was orson welles mercury on the air version of h. g. wells war of the worlds nineteen thirty. Eight war was brewing. As germany invaded austria japan was strongly aligned with the invader prior to world war two. It was forecast. That britain would suffer night air bombing attacks causing large numbers of civilian casualties and mass destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation targeting would be more difficult if manmade lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as july nineteen thirty eight. American citizens were urged to practice lights out beginning at dusk it would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty nine. Fear across the country as rumor spread about coming to the aid of our british allies. Should war break out that the sounds of war that came over the radio that october thirtieth nineteen thirty eight were not from europe but from mars. This was a live broadcast across america five. Pm in the west which would have made it eight pm eastern time meant. There was no time to warn the west about what was to come a wave of hysteria that swept across the united states at night before halloween as a realistic radio. Dramatization reached all the way to portland oregon. Two thousand five hundred miles from the scene. The fictional invasion the telephone switchboard of the oregonian newspaper was swamped by hundreds of excited calls. People rushed into the business offices of the newspaper demanding information. Hundreds of calls were made to the portland police wanting to know what protection the city offer. And what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the pacific coast.

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U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:15 sec | 3 d ago

U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

"Case. Prime minister boris johnson has agreed trade deal with his australian counterpart scott morrison. The new pact means dog british products such as scotch. Whisky and welsh lamb would be cheaper to sell to australia. But farmers are concerned about the

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More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

Native America Calling

01:23 min | 4 d ago

More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

"At least one. Large canadian city victoria has decided to cancel canada day celebrations on july. The first as dan carpenter reports the decision comes in the wake of the recent discovery of the remains of two hundred fifteen native children at the site of a former residential school in british columbia. Plans have now been shelled for the city on vancouver island to host a virtual candidate a celebration. The decision came after a unanimous. Vote by victoria city council. Instead officials say they will create a broadcast focused on the larger canadian history with guidance from local first nations. The broadcast will be released later in the summer. And focus on what it means to be canadian. Here's victoria mayor. Lisa helps right now. the likud nations are grieving And so it's very difficult for them to come and sing and dance and celebrate context change when those two hundred and fifteen children's bodies were discovered and and they are reeling and everybody is reeling. And so we're all just doing our best to figure out how to move forward. Some residents of vancouver island agree with the decision saying it might be best to cancel the celebrations this year and instead remember all residential school survivors and the victims. There have been similar calls across the country to cancel the national holiday celebrations. Many first nations held ceremonies to honor the two hundred fifteen children whose remains were discovered in may at the site of the former kamloops residential school for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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G-7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 d ago

G-7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has underlined or Ralph of agreements at this weekend's G. seven meeting Johnson has announced the G. seven wealthy nations have pledged over one billion coronavirus vaccine doses the poorer nations off of them coming from the U. S. cooling is another big step tools vaccinating the world he also praised the unity of G. seven nations at least weekends copy space summit this is being degree of harmony I mean between the leaders of the of our of our countries and and if you look at some of these things they come together to to agree you know billion modus is unbelievable vaccines Johnson also spoke of the need for combined action to help the will recover from the economic impact of the pandemic Charles through this month London

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What Happens When Hidden Histories Become a National Conversation?

Unreserved

02:17 min | 5 d ago

What Happens When Hidden Histories Become a National Conversation?

"At the end of may. When news broke that the remains of more than two hundred children had been found at the kamloops indian residential school. It was news to many canadians. Who learning about the history of residential schools and the role. The canadian government played in the creation. It seemed to mark a new sense of awareness across the country in indigenous communities. Grief came quickly but not shock and not surprise. These types of losses are well known in our nation's and in our families and in real time we watch the rest of the country feel the depths of this history daniel heath justice is a colorado born citizen of the cherokee nation and he's an author and professor of critical indigenous studies and english at the university of british columbia. He joins me now to talk about what happens when hidden histories come to light daniel. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. We're talking about hidden histories on the show today and for me the idea of hidden histories is interesting. Because they're not hidden for everyone up until a few years ago when unreserved would would air story about residential schools. We'd get emails from people telling us that they had never heard of this before the show for sharing this information and that's a luxury indigenous people don't share. It's in our families. It's it's part of our history. How do you think so much of this. History hasn't made its way out of our communities. I struggle with that question. I think there is a sense in many ways that this is only about indigenous people rather than being very much about settler colonial canada. I think there is a sense for a lot of people that when we say school. We mean an educational facility which these were not. I mean these were re education and torture camps. I think we have to start naming them for what they were. I think non-indigenous people Just tune out because the the level of the horror if they had to face it would radically transformed their feelings about the country that they live in if they honestly address that

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EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

Ask Me Another

00:53 sec | 6 d ago

EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

"Auction On the sidelines followed more of than the summit, a month British of Prime online Minister Boris bidding, Johnson and the winner met will with his be French identified and German counterparts, in a couple of weeks along just ahead with of EU the flight, bloc leaders more on than the 7500 issues. people NPR's from 159 Eleanor Beardsley has more. countries The two registered sides are locked to bid in an on escalating that ride. diplomatic feud This over is Northern NPR Ireland, news. the only This part is of the UK 90.9 that has a land w border bur with an e U member. in sports. The Republic Blue Jay of Ireland. six Red Sox The zero EU is threatening in the sixth legal at action Fenway of Now, Britain continues our forecast to delay partly implementing cloudy new tonight checks alone on goods in the upper coming fifties. into Northern Mostly Ireland sunny from tomorrow the rest low of the eighties. UK Chance They're of required showers under on the terms Monday. of the breakup, Mostly cloudy but London mid seventies says the checks, impose sunshine a burden Tuesday on businesses Chance and of threaten showers, the hard Low eighties won peace. and President sunny and dry Biden Wednesday doesn't and want Thursday to get pulled Upper into seventies Brexit but is concerned It is about 68, its potential now threat in Boston to Northern at 66 Ireland's peace were accord. funded by you, our European listeners Commission and by the had Corporation Ursula Thunder for Public Line Broadcasting, tweeted after a meeting private Johnson corporation that Northern funded by Ireland the American peace people is paramount and and that both Ural sides and must Pamela implement Moment, what thanking was agreed upon. the people who Eleanor make public Beardsley. radio NPR great NEWS

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UK-EU Brexit Spat Over N. Ireland Clouds G7 Leaders Summit

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

UK-EU Brexit Spat Over N. Ireland Clouds G7 Leaders Summit

"The post brexit turbulence between the UK and the European Union is providing an unwanted distraction and the group of seven summit taking place in southwest England British prime minister Boris Johnson told reporters at the summit that the E. U. one not paying full when it comes to post brexit talks on northern Ireland's let's see I think a lot of unnecessary interference a lot of unnecessary difficulties I think we can sort it out with good will see you is angry that the UK government has not yet put in place new checks on some goods coming into Northern Ireland from the U. K. meanwhile Britain says the techs are imposing a big burden on businesses and destabilizing northern Ireland's hard won peace Johnson the man to the blokes on pragmatic approach to post brexit talks he threatened to use an emergency clause to suspend agreed upon rules at the block did not compromise Karen Thomas London

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The Mannequin Heist

Pop Fashion

02:14 min | 6 d ago

The Mannequin Heist

"Karn-fm found this tweet. Recently i was like we. We have to tell the people about this. The tweet was marveling at this company in the uk called on with a k. I'll let you guess where the k- is they are a reseller of mannequins similar store displays and one of the ways they make money is by offering customers a drive through heist experience. I did not make up that phrase it is capital drive capital through capitol heist. That is what they call it. It is designed for people who are starting a business on a budget or have a creative project in mind and you basically get to pick off this giant pile of random parts that they call dollywood. It costs fifty british pounds. You get fifteen minutes. And i'm gonna read you some of the rules from the long list because the rules are very good. Please do please do. I've all the important ones about like. Keep your distance. You know all that these are the fun ones. Fill up your car boot to an wait. What the fuck shrunk so your car boot up to an estate car boot size without seats down okay. So no make an extra space is what they're saying where he's bring bin liners as it has been raining and body parts do their hollow. Nature often contain water. We do not want them to think in your car. You can bring a cordless drill to let water out no climbing the mountain. You must take bits and easy reach. Pick bits easily and carefully. You must not cause an avalanche a bit. They're big the bets. The bets pick the bits as you come round the road to park. Keep to the left as far as you can. In the event that mannequins fall down you are advised to wear gloves head protection. No toilets refreshments onsite heist. Remember we often get asked about hands. You are welcome to hands. But there is a limited five pairs per customer along with other parts under no circumstances whatsoever. Will you be able to fill your car boot with hands. Please don't ask.

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Dr. Colin Walker on Snake Plants Aka Sansevieria

On The Ledge

01:49 min | Last week

Dr. Colin Walker on Snake Plants Aka Sansevieria

"Well hi folks are. I'm calling walker. I'm currently president of the british koch succulent society. But my eight year presidency is just about to come to an end. I have been interesting growing and studying succulents for just over fifty years. I'm now retired. So i can spend more of my time looking after them. Them and writing about them. I have a lodge collection and two greenhouses conservatory on a porch. I currently live in scotland just gloss so the dry conditions are a bit challenging to what i was used to embed fiche. We hate talk about sense of areas and this has been a subject that people have been requesting pretty much since they thought of making this podcast. And we're finally talking about them dating a whole episode to them and these of grown his popularity in the last few years. But i wonder whether you could tell us. Start off by telling us a bit about where and how they grow in the wild and what conditions are like. I'm guessing they have to be tough because they're from a place where the not getting much moisture sons. Fear is a genus of about eighty species distributed in africa Also there's a couple in madagascar then going east daycare innova beer and his fall eastern burma. There's a severe burn money. I've only ever encountered severe is in the wild once we were on a safari in the eastern province of south africa. And there. I encountered what i am believed to be some severe hyacinth. Authorities are about five species native south africa

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G7 Expected to Donate 1 Billion COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Poorer Countries

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

G7 Expected to Donate 1 Billion COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to Poorer Countries

"The group of seven leaders meeting in southwest England are pledging to share one billion doses of coronavirus vaccines with the world's poorer nations at the G. seven summit British prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the seven wealthiest countries in the world will share a billion doses of vaccines with places like Africa Asia south and Central America and others trying to speed up the global pandemic recovery it follows president Joe Biden's announcement that the US would donate five hundred million doses of the Fizer vaccine over the next year we're gonna help lead the world out of this pandemic working along side our global partners Britain has pledged one hundred million doses previously Germany had promised thirty million the British prime minister says these pledges meaning that they can vaccinate the world by the end of next year and then build back better from corona virus I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden, Johnson Sign New Charter on Trade and Defense

Closer Look

00:47 sec | Last week

Biden, Johnson Sign New Charter on Trade and Defense

"And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson are meeting in England and preparing to renew a historic document. That recognizes the two Nations special relationship NPR's Franco or Donna's reports, They'll sign a new Atlantic charter that will guide them for the next century. The two leaders met in carbs Bay, where they reviewed a copy of the original Atlantic Charter before sitting down for a bilateral meeting. Great Great pleasure, Mr President. Welcome you to call Great president be here. Happy to see you. The charter was signed in 1941 by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a senior administration official said. The original charter outline what the post World War order could and should look like. The new charter will make clear what the coming decades of the 21st century can and should look like.

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Jill Biden's "LOVE" Jacket a Positive Message

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Jill Biden's "LOVE" Jacket a Positive Message

"First lady Jill Biden has sent a message with her outfit during her husband's first overseas trip as president as the bidens met with British prime minister Boris Johnson and his wife Mrs Biden was wearing a dark jacket with love embroidered on the back I think that we're bringing love from American president Biden has said his first trip is aimed at assuring allies America is back after his predecessors go it alone approach the first ladies jacket immediately reminded White House watchers of the message on her predecessors code three years ago on a visit to a Texas border town housing migrant kids melania trump's jacket said I really don't care do you Sager mag ani Washington

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What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

Seattle's Morning News

01:33 min | Last week

What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

"The president's first international trip since taking office, hoping to show the world the U. S is different with him in charge. President Biden's schedule includes meetings with allies from the G Seven Nations visit with Queen Elizabeth and have face to face meeting with Russian President Putin, CBS News correspondent We, Zhejiang has more from the White House. His press secretary says that President Biden has been preparing for 50 years for this trip, and in many ways he has first is the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then as vice president, But Now it is his turn to set the agenda. The president will kick off his trip by meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday before attending the G seven summit in Cornwall, England. It will be the first time the leaders of the world's largest economies will meet face to face since the pandemic began. Mr Biden has stressed he wants to renew America's commitment to allies after his predecessor sparred openly with them. His goal to rally the world's democracies on issues like the pandemic climate change and countering China. He and the first lady will then visit Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Sunday before heading to Brussels for the NATO summit. The agenda there is expected to include defense spending, cybersecurity and Russian aggression. Mr Biden will cap off the trip Wednesday with his first in person meeting with Putin since becoming president. His advisors say that is not about delivering deals, but Rather setting boundaries with Russia on everything from those cyber attacks we've been seeing to its nuclear program. We did

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CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

Wake Up Call

00:46 sec | Last week

CNN, Amazon and Other Major Websites Down After Global Fastly Outage

"The New York Times. CNN Twitch British government. Hulu HBO. Max Amazon, You name it. They got various error messages this morning like Unknown domain. No, those domains are out there. But dozens of websites around the world went out this morning because of an outage at a cloud servicing company called Fastly. Fastly says it's investigating the issue and as of right now, Well, Fastly says. It's a technical issue. They still haven't said No, it was not some sort of cyber attack hack. So that's what we're going to be watching all day was. What was this? And how could one single company get hit? Take down all of these information sites will be following up on that right now Jim Ryan. And speaking

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British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

"A British police officer has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walks home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods a court at London's Old Bailey harder when cousins forty eight years old accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah Everard though he wasn't Austin trip he took charge of modern members of Evers from the second quarter witnessed the defendant entered his pleas medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared a further hearing before the judge will take place in July every death thirty three year old marketing executive that went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March Syria Shockley London

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Normandy Commemorates D-Day With Small Crowds, but Big Heart

AP News Radio

01:19 min | Last week

Normandy Commemorates D-Day With Small Crowds, but Big Heart

"Several events have been held this weekend commemorating the seventy seventh anniversary of D. day when more than one hundred and fifty thousand allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy leading to the liberation of France and Europe from **** occupation upside the French village of bears to mass Sunday bagpipes and flyovers for the inauguration of the British Normandy memorial bearing the names of more than twenty two thousand under British command who were killed in the battle lord Edward Llewellyn British ambassador to France times have proudly in the Norman some overlooking gold beach facing her coronavirus travel restrictions kept most veterans from attending in person but some watched via livestream at Britain's national memorial arboretum shots shots that she stole money dead bodies on the beach at twenty Bernard Morgan was the youngest sergeant in the royal British Air Force to take part in the invasion that landing craft show and they jumped into the water unfortunately a lot of them were drowned because the kids will carry we shall have a the pullout jungle challenge Morgan says he remembers the friends he lost that day every time he puts on his medals I'm Ben Thomas

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U.K. Urges Commitment to Vaccinate the World by End of 2022

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

U.K. Urges Commitment to Vaccinate the World by End of 2022

"British prime minister Boris Johnson will use a group of seven wealthy democracies summit next week to urge world leaders to commit to vaccinating the global population by the end of twenty twenty two Johnson is expected to stress the importance of a global vaccination drive when he meets with fellow world leaders on Friday in Cornwall on the coast of southwestern England for the first face to face G. summit that since a pandemic hits president Joe Biden and leaders of Canada France Italy and Japan will arrive in Cornwall from Friday for three days of talks focusing on the global recovery from the pandemic Britain's government pledged in February to give most of the country's surplus vaccine supply to Kobach's the United Nations about program aiming to supply poor countries with jobs Sarah Shockley on them

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Test2 - less 3 - burst2 - FOF #2963  Stewart Pearce: The Man Who Taught Lady Diana to Speak - burst 02

Feast of Fun

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Test2 - less 3 - burst2 - FOF #2963 Stewart Pearce: The Man Who Taught Lady Diana to Speak - burst 02

"Channels That elisa doolittle character in my fair lady which i imagined that every speech pathologists every voice coach is intimately familiar with that musical and the beginning of it. They're showing her as a as a poor flower girl and she speaks and people can understand what she saying. Did you say comes. We don't say can't in the united states because that sounds like something. Naughty can't can't can't maybe throw was not supposed to my ears. it should have been. Yeah absolutely well. I mean at one and i ain't old so it caught me whatever to the entree idea it's difficult. It's very difficult Although today you know geographically speaking Levels mobility are suing extraordinary accents or dialect saw beginning to be ironed out. And so it's much easier to be able to specify where people from. Although i find it very interesting that when i'm in the back of a cab in new york city often the driver says to me wearing from where do you think i'm from noon. I put on my best down to the abbey voice. They say south african australian. Have you ever watched downton abbey. Oh my god here. English everything new york city. Everybody's so used to you. Know that sort of sound that ricky as makes we'll open lot roaster s joy. English was your as opposed to allowing each file to have third enunciate to ten dollars. Stewart could be from iowa for all we know in part of it is like you're right now in american culture popular culture. Everybody's very obsessed with ryan murphy's miniseries halston where the great legendary designer who was born in iowa grew up in indiana and talk like this very sophisticated and part of it. I started thinking about this david. Sedaris wrote in his book me talk pretty one day about how common it is for gay men to get speech. Lessons fix their gay lisp. But we've also observed in films like the king's speech where british aristocrats or even the monarchy. And in that film in your life hired voice coaches to get them to speak clearly indeed. Yeah absolutely yeah. I i watched The netflix halston the other evening. I haven't i haven't completed it often in the series. I thought it fascinating the way the the name of the actor. Why does the namely urge thank you so much. Who's yeah smoke. It's like you know any very key found this wonderful turn. You obviously

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

03:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"So yeah it's it's access is a big consideration kate Yeah for sure. So on that note bill. We have a lot of our hunter conservation. Sir listeners are gonna be out recreating this year. Probably in the back country You know maybe hunting sheep or goats or whatever. It may be what you know. We talked about these different Areas that you're going to start doing swabs and reaching three or four and eight for goats and you know try and get all the bighorn. Sheep swabbed in the province So that's obviously clearly how they can help their but what else can people do And this might be a good opportunity to jump into your app and and people are out there right. Now recreating What what can You know our listeners. Do to support the wild sheep and wild goats On the on the landscape. While the i mean everybody has a camera with them. Now right so If you see wildlife most people do they take pictures of it so but If you see something that looks on about the wildlife. You're looking at just really tried to take a picture of it and then get a hold of your your local Wildlife biologists in your region and they can direct that To whoever the right person is to look at it because you know we are white mentioned that that mountain goat kid photo that was sent to me last year and It was an area that was home. Okay well it looks like we have orf now in this area. And that's something we're going to have to. We're gonna wanna watch how that population response to that so That little nuggets of information like out her always really important now. The bbc Mountain goat and sheep bath. We originally built that on the notion of trying to identify natal rage because we were seeing changes in lambing and kidding dates in the north. And that's a response to changing environmental conditions so A bunch of anybody. Who works in industry. Probably familiar with you. Know timing windows around different types of activities that you do and those timing windows are built around sensitive periods for for wildlife in different areas and fish as well so if those tiny windows are no longer relevant then on one sense where constraining industry and when we shouldn't because it's the those constraints accomplishing anything but also from a wildlife and habitat standpoint If you don't have the protections in place when you act when the wildlife and habitat actually needs it then. You're not helping that population either so we built that app And hoped people would pick it up and use it to help us find kids and lambs and they did. People helped us. We found a new mineral licks that we didn't know existed. We found Issues with highway crossings were us were taking lambs across highway in that vehicle strike risk so by.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Of social management. Act now or the things that you love could be next. Good morning bill. How're things from beautiful smithers bc. Well the sun is shining today. Little bit of frost in the mornings. But it's warm up to the mid teen so that's feeling like spring summer. Now fantastic so you know. I get to see it out in you know in at the while she foundation board meetings. We often touch base there. And we've kind of missed out on that with kobe. So you know we've all kind of locked in a little corners of the world here and haven't been able to get together. It's kind of been a tough go for all of us here lately hasn't it. Yes yes certainly has right. Especially you know society what it's plugged into across inter provincially and internationally and then you know my role and and our wildlife health folks to write their role in terms of being leaders on some of the files that that are near and dear to sheep and goat people's hearts so It is challenge this border stuff. Yeah for sure. So bill For our listeners. Who you're on our very first podcast. talk is cheap. Which was awesome. We did a great horned aging Talk with you and but we didn't talk a ton about the conservation stuff. And i know most people that list our podcast know who. Bill jack is your. Your reputation goes far and wide in a very good way but you know for our newer listeners. Can you just kind of give us an overview talk about your position and just a little bit of your background. for wildlife management and conservation here in british columbia bill. Sure so i've been Yes i came to the province in ninety six. That's when i started with bc government and and it's worked sort of with wildlife habitat some enforcement stuff through those ranks. And and now. I hold the position of provincial. Wild sheep and mountain goats specialist which is a position that sort of grew out of necessity starting in about twenty twelve. Through to twenty fifteen. There was a lot of conversation in british columbia about the importance of Wild sheep and mountain goats. they're not atip as much as they are a freezer species. They're not the typical freezer species that people think about when they think about moves and elk deer so A lot of the funding that became available really went into those sort of bread and butter hunted species right not so much into sheep and goats but as the international focus ramped up and as while cheap society became Really grew right. I mean if look at the evolution of society itself over the last decade. it's grown so much and it's taken on such a leadership role in a whole bunch of different conservation. Initiatives.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"How do you guys react to something like this when you get paper. Yeah like sparks conversation. And i i in a very collaborative lab where we have lots of different places in hunt and i think throat my scientific. I've had to of find where my own voices in that And i definitely try to see things from all different aspects and all different sides so when this paper was published. I i know some of the hunters in my lab got kind of up in arms as well feeling a bit threatened but we also had to consider and be discuss sort of like he did have some good points he did have some good solutions and although he sort of took his. You're out on the hunter side. I do think that a lot of wildlife enthusiasts aren't hunters and hunters do sort of make up a small population of british columbia and I think so. I think in him trying to get these other voices included. He kind of had to be mean to this other group of people who really are good for the hunting community. And i also like i know. I don't think that there is on the table currently in british columbia any bands. That are coming up. Is that correct. I'm sure you guys do more. But this hasn't really sparked any movement politically has there in terms of banning wildlife hunts. I don't think Der mons paper that wrinkles paper specifically has precipitated anything. Although there has been talk obviously we see the premiere last month talking about this To kaya issue and about looking at changing wolf regulations for trappers and that sort of stuff but it certainly spark debate around it And i guess kind of our argument for that is that you know with the grizzly bear. We we just kind of sat back and we didn't. We weren't proactive. we were. We're pretty silent about it. And then a change of government and all of a sudden it ended one day and it was sort of too late so we kind of felt that you know when people come out with information that we don't feel is reflective of science and where we hang our hat on you know that one thing that the science the the wild wild wildlife community hangs her head on. North america is the north american wildlife model right so for conservation. So that's what we and and they do not support that the does not support that whatsoever and it's been a an amazing success rate we look at the how wild sheep of rebounded while turkeys whitetail. It's been very very successful right. So it's a model it's worked and they discount that model so now they come out with a new policy and like realistically so just curiosity laura if they took Science side of the equation and were managing wildlife kind of unemotional or social values. Like where do you see that going. Long-term i'm just curious. Like i have a perspective but maybe i'm not a scientist so i'd like to kind of know where you think if they were basing it. Just it was emotional or societal values and the one thing chris airmont talks about quite often is like individual animals they look at individual animal's where wildlife managers like yourself look at it as a population basis right so if we started doing that. What does that do for wildlife. I mean i think he's remembered that everything in the landscape affects thousand other things. So if you take one thing out the not gonna have cascading effects. I really hope that policy doesn't move completely towards emotional. Based i even think about in my study system kind of detrimental that would be if people like if people come to cathedral to see goats so we just let that habituation.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Political is play closing. That's the right word for it but politicizing wildlife management. And what what that says to me is people. Don't care about the outcome as long as we're not offending people as long as everybody's okay with what happens in to me that blows my mind because we talk about You know bear hunting. It's so much let's talk about black. Black bear. hunting is there are so many black bears in british columbia for them to say it is purely a trophy hunt lows my mind. I absolutely love black. I me it's amazing but at the same time I like to hunt black bear in areas. Where i know i see a lot of lack deal does spend a lot of their time so i want to try and pull some blackberries over those areas and help the ungulates out. I mean we wanna make sure that we're keeping an effective balance. We are part of nature whether we like it or not. Humans are part of nature. We are part of the ecosystem and we need to do our part to make sure that. That's a sustainable. Balance is kept so this conversation of saying well. We shouldn't do it anymore because some people might be offended by it is crazy to me because there's a lot of stuff that happens in society. That people don't wanna do that. People think is not the greatest job to do but it has to be done. Because that's what is needed so to say we're going to start you know adjusting regulations not because it benefits the wildlife but because some people will be less offended by that it blows my mind. That's that's my biggest struggle with it. And i don't know about how you guys feel. But that's the biggest pill to swallow in my head. No i completely agree Channel collar earlier. And i believe bc has anywhere between one hundred twenty two hundred sixty thousand black bears. That's the biggest population in north america. And to see that we're short of them is it's narrow minded and it's selfish right and as you said we're part of nature and everywhere you go we've had an impact and if it's a it's a beautiful myth that if we left nature alone would balance itself right. The only way that's going to happen is that human beings are wiped off the landscape and well realistically. That's not going to happen anytime soon. So we have to do our part.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Is once in a lifetime. This is a draw that you're to get a chance to win super exciting. So yeah ben reached out he goes. I gonna personally guide the hunt. And i'm going to get while wildlife captured to donate it so this is a fully donated hunt from canadian. Wildlife capture guided by banbury cough with coastal inlet adventures of a lifetime. There's only thousand tickets available. Odds are very good on it. Tickets are fifty dollars a piece and we're going to run this through Until august it'll be drawn in august is season. And it's this exactly i attempt Twenty twenty one and this is really appealing for british. Columbia's out you know. A lot of these hunts guided hunt sir appealing to foreigners but bbc. How tough is it to get a roosevelt draw and and certainly wanted a coveted area. Like this you can't get it. It's the odds are so slim. I've been putting in for roosevelt for ever since i've been hunting here bbc and i've never got drawn right. I put in for areas known for better on spy or lower odds but fantastic And yet definitely want to get tickets on that. So that's available saturday Go to our website and it'll be under a raffle stab and you get Get tickets on that hunt so fantastic. Oh yeh just like just like everything else. Every single dollar stays rate here in bc and goes on the ground projects. What was our total dollars in two thousand twenty. That went on the ground from from raffles. Like this. Two hundred seventy thousand is what through actively we did. You know that's a lot and again you say it all the time. It just doesn't help the sheep. It helps feeling all the all the species right Stuff we hunt stuff. We don't hide everything benefits from it. So yeah it's across. The board absolutely caused could be better yet. Pretty exciting raffles on the badgers to butterflies and mule deer stone cheap rate. It's just because it says cheat society doesn't mean everything else doesn't benefit when we do projects like this so stoked stoke for this one and I i can't wait to get mine tickets right on. Okay episode twenty four. I believe we're up to it is hard to believe it's It's been a a wicked ride. Lots of great feedback from you guys. Keep the ideas common. We want to hear who you want to see on the show But this was really cool Were sitting down with. Tanner banished from frontiers men gear They're doing some fantastic work in custom knife world in british columbia We've partnered with them on the stony which we talk about on the show and Tanner brings up a lot of really cool aspects the knife making world a some really good relevant.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"It's just because it says cheat society doesn't mean everything else doesn't benefit when we do projects like this so stoked stoke for this one and I i can't wait to get mine tickets right on. Okay episode twenty four. I believe we're up to it is hard to believe it's It's been a a wicked ride. Lots of great feedback from you guys. Keep the ideas common. We want to hear who you want to see on the show But this was really cool Were sitting down with. Tanner banished from frontiers men gear They're doing some fantastic work in custom knife world in british columbia We've partnered with them on the stony which we talk about on the show and Tanner brings up a lot of really cool aspects the knife making world a some really good relevant everyday stuff that you need to know how to treat your knife in the field how to take care of it. What to do. In the off season What kind of knife you probably want to take on a sheep That's sort of stuff. So what information would not too young not to open whatnot with a knife while said now i was taking notes all time. And it's gonna you know he. He mentioned you know what you want to be using first sharping stone in the field. And i've never used that. And i i realized now i need to. I need to invest in something a little there in one of those. I already google that so so. That's on my list of things to get for this fall for sure so awesome fifteen bucks. Inboxes all those costs. Yeah yeah we'll get basically nothing for weight so Yeah it's fantastic all right so episode. Twenty four tanner dash frontiersman gear enjoy across canada and throughout the world. If you come across a campfire in the woods on a mountaintop our next to a river you'll find warm company in friendly people gathered around regardless of your lifestyle place. You call home. We invite you to learn more about what it means to be a hunter in the modern era..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"We only wanted one day. But we're a couple of days travelling into camp and having that whole piece of it you know. I mean the day one. I'm only counting us hunting day. We were probably two or three days. You know we had a twelve hour horseback the first day or first before even that you know you fly into moat camp and you get on the horses. We fly into remote camp. That's day one or whenever you know then you get on the horses for the whole day you know. We didn't even make it to to remote cantu. They take camp that night we we. We stopped about three quarters of the way there and then finally got so. It was two and a half days travelling into hunting. And that's the kind of stuff that i have absolutely loved. Sorry that's the kind of stuff that i absolutely love. Is that piece of the hunt. you know. I mean the getting nafta that sheep is great but the whole adventure. Pirate is is what i really love with a great point dean and you look even in british columbia here. She punt every year and we're two days in before we even think about you know pulling the optics outright. So yeah that's that's the cool part of sheep on for me as well as the whole adventure you know even if you kill us sheep on day one you probably spent four five days getting to that point you could pull that trigger on day one and then you're going to be another three or four days getting hold on top of it so you got certainly week invested. It's a little different than what i used to do. When i grew up white. Wait till hunting on on the farm you know drive out in the backlash or go for a walk and and then be home for dinner right. Yes i think about that all the time. Especially when i'm hunting. My brother only gets cold white tail and he'll be like oh freezing. We'd be in the tree for an hour and a half. I'm like you have no idea like this is nothing you're gonna get chocolate heat right on so Let's fast forward to the stone. Sheep talk a little bit about that experience and how that came about. Yeah so that. I mean that was with nathan again. You know after the doll sheep. I mean obviously. I just always hit it off day. One and the stone sheep pun. I got in a lot better shape for that was the one thing i I realized on my my doll was never in bad shape. But i wasn't a cheap shape So i really really try. I got into yoga. I was doing. I was doing everything so i really felt like going into the stone. Cheap on i was. I was better prepared for it What i think a lot of people don't don't prepare themselves for as the mental aspect. I think the the first doll hunt really kind of threw me into the mental aspect. I mean there was a point on probably dates. Twelve on the doll. She pot that you know we will make another climb. And i. I just sat down. I'm like i'm done like i was. I was mentally and physically done. I mean we haunted another day. But i think that day before was my breaking point so i i really was able to prepare myself mentally I mean obviously the physical aspect of always came easier because it was an athlete. And i knew that part of it but the mental aspect is tough. Is anybody thinks they are these. She can get to a point in and sometimes it doesn't take too long that until it can beat you up mentally. You know you question. Why am i here. or you know..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Print those letters off the show up. And we're going to deliver them to the government and Have some dialogue around Hunting and the relevance of hunting. And make sure that they understand that. There's a groundswell of people that are tired of being vilified In nbc here and we feel strongly about it so and and this is not. This is outside our borders to we're asking people in the us overseas if you believe in hunting You know we're making a stand here in bc because we need to this kind of the frontline right if you think about the war on hunting. We're fighting in the trenches the front line here in bc. I know the west coast As well california they just went through the The debate the blogger issue. And and that's the thing like if you stand up you make a difference. They won in california right like absolutely california. They stood up and they made a difference. And we need to do the same thing here And we just can't we can't sit there this whole death by thousand cuts has to stop will the it's it's they're not gonna stop bc right. They're going to roll into elbert they get here. Then they're gonna roll in just the statute and they're gonna move eastward. Right like we saw a californian together. I don't think that was. I don't think that was coincidental right. They're they're starting at the left coast and they're going to try and move across we. We know that. So if you if you down for stanford san walls but stand for sound wildlife management. You need to take action. You need to to stand up against this and sign share. Get it out to your networks. Because as i said they're they're gonna come for years as well and if you want to come to bc or anywhere else to enjoy the wildlife you need to stand up and sign this. It's not gonna be Not going to be pretty in ten fifteen years at this goes through i. We're asking you four step process get on the website. This is the most support. Fill out and hits. That's all you need to do. it's gonna take you thirty seconds and it's really important that you share that message talk to your friends I'm challenging. Everyone you to reach out to five friends and get them to do it Anyone that believes what we believe in and get them to do it with five friends. Challenge them as well. Let's start a challenge. Day five people reach out have some dialogue and I think that that's really important to get the messaging out. Once you've done that step two is. There's a letter on their. Take that letter and write your own letter And there's four different individuals you wanna be sending it to plus la. They're listed on our website A physical letter right in your own words. Sign it and physically send it in step three talk to your mla. If you can get a meeting you know your mla has a responsibility to meet with constituents Reach out to them have some dialogue. Ideally have a meeting with them and then step for. If you have the time we'd love to have you volunteer and support what we're doing. We need more volunteers for our government engagement process across the province. We want everybody in every single writing. There's eighty-seven writings and we want. Everyone represented so you know. Four simple steps The first one is gonna take you minute and if you do the other three that's great too but do step one. We want to show up and deliver fifty thousand letters in jude saying that. We're taking a stand it. We're fighting for hunting and our opportunities here in british columbia right. If if there's one hundred ten thousand resident hunters in vc and if each one of us can recruit five people to sign this letter whether or not they hunter not were over half a million immediately immediately and one day and we need this campaign to be something..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Help fund these organizations and give them a louder voice on your behalf and make sure that the things that are important to us as hunters angers trappers firearms owners get heard loud and clear because the assault is coming And while a lot of this is happening at the provincial level. it's there's there's there's a lot of federal overlap migratory birds fisheries and oceans firearms legislation. the overlap is tremendous. So we're all in this together. We need to take nato article. Five approach one attack on one is an attack on. We gotta stand together with everybody. In the animal use industry whether it's farmers ranchers hunters We all are facing the same Threat from the same forces and We need to work together to To thwart their attacks and communicate in a compassionate way. Why we know we're right why we know we're on the side of the angels on this issue and use our voices and our our time talent and treasure to convince our fellow canadians That the things that we're doing our okay not only are they are k. but they're a net benefit a positive huge net benefit not only to our economy but also to the environment while very well said that's fantastic great message and You know on on behalf of the world society. I can't thank you enough for for taking the time today to talk to us but everything you're doing day in and day out fighting the good fight on the hill and making a difference for You know the things that are near and dear to our hearts. Thank you for everything. You do my pleasure. I've got some great colleagues in british columbia. Specifically mentioned bob zimmer and mel arnold and lots lots of new colleagues ed fast. We don't sturgeon fishing on the on the fraser with him. We learned all about state Sturgeon conservation do a great job on the fraser. And of course we just need more conservatives to protect this way of life and Because the the other side just wants to shut us down only thing they do deny us access and shut us down and that's the only management tool. They seem to have in their books and that we know we we know there's another way we know there's a better way and so get involved and kudos to my colleagues across the country for doing this with me. I couldn't do it without their help and support. And like i said. I got some great support from my colleagues. Vc fantastic thanks again and have a great day. Appreciate everything you all right. Thanks kyle. thanks steve. It's a real pleasure anytime you want me back. I'll be happy to come back absolutely. Take you up on that for sir. All.

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Whether you're somebody who enjoys joys the rodeo whether you're somebody who raises beef or hogs chickens i mean we see here no berta where people did a sit in on how to write a turkey farm not too long ago and create a biosecurity hazard on that farm and interrupted with that lawful farming practice. We only to stand together and like i said an attack on one is an attack on all and if they can take away Say the for lack of a better term trophy hunting and For those of us that might not be trophy hunters We sit back say well. It doesn't affect me well. Guess what your next Once they moved the goalposts A little bit further they move. The yardsticks down the field you're next There's a tax rate now on farming communities. There's a tax rate now coming from from all angles and look at. It's largely coming from people who You know It's not good enough for them that they choose their own lifestyle. They need to be able to seem to choose everybody else's lifestyle for them and It's a really really frustrating things. So i think we can do some smart things I don't you know we. We shouldn't buy into their language and their rhetoric. We should be using our own language. We should be calling. I'll hunting is conservation hunting in my opinion Whether with whatever the motives happened to be and We are ethical people. We create jobs and opportunity. And you know we just need to We just need to stick together on these things and create a different narrative and just remind people with acts up but we can make our own Emotional appeals as well We can make appeals to the fact that some people actually depend on Subsistence lifestyles People that live in remote parts of even british columbia alberta the northwest territories nunavut and the yukon and other parts of canada actually rely on filling their freezers with wild game mousse or an elk or caribou If it's available to them it is a part of their food source and its supplements You know the ability for them to feed their family So you know. Various there is no reason that That we should be allowing this bizarre bizarre argument. And it's an emotional argument and we just have to take a look the government of and ep. If i remember. Car the governor of bbc if i remember correctly even sad. The minister actually said When they announced the closure of the grizzly bear hunt. Nbc a science evidence based decision. It was purely emotional absolutely dick. So what's the consequence of that decision. The consequence of that decision is going to be increased. Grizzly bear populations In the next twenty years based on their reproductive capacity and you're going to have Wildlife and While that human conflicts that will emerge people that live in the proximity to grizzly. bears will have higher risks. because there's going to be more encounters. The grizzly bears going to expand their territory potentially moving into areas where they're going to be in conflict with livestock and the ranching community and none of this affects somebody in downtown victoria or downtown vancouver and yet they're making that determination on enforcing their opinions and feelings on people who live with a completely different reality out in rural or a semi wild environment and You know these are going to be problem. we're going to see it. You will see Somebody somebody somewhere in the near future. In british colombia will be killed by grizzly bear. And it will be because. There's a lot more. Grizzly bears and that human conflict will inevitably happen. There isn't a massive amount of interactions right now with mountain. Lions where you are specifically on vancouver island..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"So that's gonna be twenty yards okay. I think it's about twenty two yards. And then i have a range viner. Check to see how close i was to that. Just do that. A few few few days a week to make sure. I was getting my distances right because it it definitely does play into your success of the shots odds. If you're wrong on every target yard up gonna shoot very well right absolutely so do you have. What would be your best score like. what like. What's a good score in the system. What would be your best score. Yeah to be honest. I never the totally changes right. It's it's totally dependent on the course that you could get a really hard course whereas all the targets are from twenty five to thirty yards and their small targets. So you could get really. You could be shooting fives all day but half other people miss the dark so then that could be a really great score that day or it could be all. The targets are ten yards and there are a large animals and you could be getting tens all day and then that's a great score that day so if there's not like a baseline gauge of what i'm trying to shoot. Yeah and i. Even if i had a number of what my best day shooting was. It's kind of irrelevant based on what the course was set up like that day or or what the conditions were so. It's hard to say what a good scores in. Actually don't i can't even think of what my stats for for for that for scoring scoring-wise. Sure yeah absolutely. So let's talk about technique i guess really so obviously with the longbow sightless And it's basically on instinct really. So so what's your skillset when you're Let's not talk about whether other factors just the basic shot Some of the things that you're considering when you're when you're making your shots and and Some of the skills that you've made you successful. Yeah so..

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"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"british" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Welcome to talk. It's podcast by the wild sheep. Society british columbia join us as we cover conservation elites tips and tricks to campfire.