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"earth rangers rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

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06:23 min | 1 year ago

"earth rangers rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hey, guys, we want to tell you about a show that we love and that we think your family might love to. It's called chompers dentists. Say kids are supposed to brush their teeth twice a day every day for two minutes. So choppers makes it fun. Chompers is full of jokes songs, riddles quizzes stories and more to make sure to time flies by and that kids brush properly every time make two time easy with chompers every morning and every night look for chompers on apple podcasts at Gimblett media dot com. Slash chompers or wherever you listen. Hello. Welcome back to earth Rangers podcast. Earth ranger Emma here coming to you with special bonus after earth. Earth Rangers Rangers. I know it's been so long, but trust me, there is a very good reason why everyone here the earth Rangers headquarters has been working very hard on our new. Bring back the wild projects. Honestly, it's been crazy. What's bring back the wild project, what it's, you know, I think we'll get one of my colleagues to explain. Let's go. I'll take you on a little behind the scenes tours Rangers. I love the smell of productivity in the morning. Here we go. He Tova. Hi, Emma. I'm reporting live for the podcast right now. Can you tell our listeners what exactly bring back the wild project is. Sure. So as we all know, a lot of species are facing threats in the wild, but it's not at all too late for us to make a difference. So every year or three injures puts together different conservation projects that focus on helping wildlife. For example, a few years ago, we did a project for the Oregon spotted frog out in British Columbia, where we actually helped the Vancouver aquarium to breed the little frog tadpoles and then we rehabilitated a wetland to release them. We've also done projects for polar bears, grizzly bears wolverine and even orca whales, and then kids across Canada do awesome things like bake sales and lemonade stands and art sales to raise money to help support them. Awesome. Thanks. Tova l let you get back to work. Okay later. Emma. Earth Rangers. So listeners since I'm already on the move, let me introduce you to some of the folks you can tell you more about our two brand new projects. Okay. Let's see. Hey, Bill. It's not as his desk maybe here. Oh boy, joking pets. Animal ambassadors Sammy the servile. He does not like Mondays. Let's see here. Hey, Christina. AM. I see you're working on the new, bring back the wild projects. Can you introduce us to the first new project animal? Sure. This year, we're protecting the monarchy dreamworld please. Sure. So this year we're protecting the monarch butterfly. Awesome. I love them. We've talked about the monarch a bunch of times in the podcast, I know, but their numbers have declined by ninety percent in the last twenty years. We decided something had to be done this, right? So what are we doing? Well, we're teaming up with a awesome conservation organization called the nature conservancy of Canada, and we're going to be restoring ten acres of butterfly habitat. Right now, it's filled with invasive species which are things that shouldn't be there and they multiply and grow like crazy. So we're going to pull them out and in their place. We're going to plant lots of beautiful wildflowers which is going to provide habitat and food and stopover sites, four butterflies on their migration. That sounds amazing. I am definitely starting my campaign today. Can you also tell us about the other animal we're protecting. Oh, you actually probably should talk to Alex about that. Cool. Cool. Thanks for the update and knew I could count on you. Oh, there's captain conservation high captain. Perfect. There's out, hey, Alex. Yup. Hey, can you tell me. Oh my, what is this doorbell thing? So that is our adorable new piping plover plus she. So this is one of the newer awards that kids can earn when they fundraise for other new. Bring back wild project in the piping plover. Yeah, I was just about to ask you about that. Are they actually that cute in real life? Oh, totally. Oh, wow. It looks a little bit like a tiny, seagull, but like a million times cuter. Yeah, kind of. So if you take a look at Steve's computer over there, he is working on a video right now. So Steve was lucky enough to be able to go out and see them in person and meet our friends from bird studies Canada who are working on a project to protect these adorable little seabirds. Oh, hey, Steve. Is that video going to be done in time for me to upload it to earth Rangers dot com slash podcast today. You bet. Awesome. Listeners mix you to check that out. Looks like Steve. Got some awesome shots. Okay, Alex, just one more quick question. How can kids start their own? Bring back the wild campaign. Oh, yeah, sure. So super easy. Just go to earth Rangers dot com to sign up to become a new member. It's completely free. And once you're there, you seriously cannot miss the links to start a new. Bring back the wild project, right? And can only Canadians become earth Rangers. Oh no, not at all. We have members literally all across the world from Australia to Zimbabwe. Amazing things so much, Alex. No prob.

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"earth rangers rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

Earth Rangers

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"earth rangers rangers" Discussed on Earth Rangers

"Hello and welcome to the earth Rangers podcast. It's me earth ranger Emma, and we're back for episode earth Rangers Rangers. We have a lot of cool animal facts for you today. So let's get started. Here's a question for you. What's bigger? A cougar? Aura? Snow levering stay tuned and find out later on in this episode during our big cat countdown. That I, it's time for. The adamant fast. Closure is and come with me. Today's destination. You're in a secret cave somewhere in southern Ontario. Whoa. Well, good thing. I brought my headland because it is pitch black in here. Let's hope the battery lasts today. We're talking about the only mammals that are capable of true flight, be allusive, North American aerial badger. I'm just kidding. That's not a thing we're talking about bats. I hope that was just a sound effect. But kidding aside, it's true that not everyone loves bats, which is really sad because they are amazing. Animals here come the facts. That's don't just live in Cape. They also make their homes in Dirk spaces like tunnels, the root of old buildings and even in trees. The largest species in the world is the giant golden crowned flying FOX since fancy. It has a wingspan of up to five and a half feet that's bigger than Canada goose. But here in North America, I'm way more likely to come across the Little Brown bat. And when I say little boy, do I mean these guys are just nine seventy news long way. Just eight grand. That's tuning, which for our international listeners is a Canadian two dollar coin. Now, we all know that that's come out at night. Did you know that Little Brown bats only active for about two hours after sunset, and then an hour two before dawn, catching all their prey within this three to four hour window. Can you guess with these bats favorite snacks are. Gross, that's are insectivores which means their diet is made up of creepy. Crawly creatures, like mischievous flies and beetles with a set of super sharp teeth fats in catcher, their prey midair, and they'll up and hunt close to a water service where the bug buffet is always full in fresh. But how do they catch these bugs in a pitch black cave, a little something called echo-location. Bats call out is they circle the skies and their calls bounce off of the bugs that are near them by measuring the time it takes for their calls to return or echo back. The bats can tell how far away the bug is back calls are so high pitched that human ears can't even hear them. As a matter of fact, I've been playing echo-location clicks for the last minute or so. Did you hear anything. This is what it would sound like if you slow it down into human hearing range. Weird. But wait a second. This all sounds really familiar last episode and we talked about orcas. We learned that they also use echo-location. So is that like the same thing? Does that mean that wheels and vats can talk to each other and why can't we use our ears to see in the dark time to assemble animal investigation squad. This year earth Rangers did a super cool project earth mon- where we supported a team of scientists conducting research on how noise from shipping traffic in the Saint Lawrence estuary, Quebec is affecting the local beluga whale population. Another wheel species that uses echo-location Dr. Valeria regard is a real specialist on whale communication in echo-location. So let's see if she can help us out. Research speaking. Oh, hi, there is this Dr. Valeria. Gara. Yeah, speaking. Oh, hi. My name's Emma. I'm an earth ranger, and I have a bunch of questions about whales to ask you. That would be great. I love answering questions. Oh, cool. Number one, very important. What's the difference between a dog and a marine biologist. All, I think you got me there. One way tail the other one takes away all.

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