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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"At the same time. People say you don't need to hunt or trap coyotes in any capacity And you all. I have to do is just look at look at california. Southern california look at the daily. I mean almost daily News headlines come out another person bit by a coyote in los angeles another. You know child being bit you know or chicago. Look at headaches that they're dealing with and these are places. Where coyotes aren't being hunted. So your argument. That coyotes don't need to be hunted. They'll take care of themselves is known void because the places where we aren't hunting and managing coyotes. The places where they're threatening public safety the most. Yeah so i mean you're seeing a predator and it's not at the fault of the coyote. I think that a lot of people on the anti hunting predator side will sit there and say well. You're just demonizing the predator. You know they. They have to eat their. They're an animal just like any other animal. It's some i mean it. You a lot of a lot of the rural west. Coyote is a bad word and you see him hanging from fences dead. Coyotes been shot right in there. You know it. It is an extreme And maybe it's just playing alongside the other extreme and trying to kind of counterbalance everything but but yeah you're right this this there is some place in the middle. That makes a lot of sense. I mean i take my trap. I'll take my trapper hat right. Offer and put on my common sense. You know just a normal citizen looking at an animal behavior. You know just as much as what we shouldn't demonize coyote because you know it's just doing what a coyote does well on the other hand on the other side of that coin is dog will hunt. It's gonna you know it doesn't know the difference between a fawn and a toddler when you yeah or she. I mean it's the bottom line. Is that a dog will hunt. And and it's you reach a point where you have to say it's awesome them and that's not wanna make or either. That's what that is the most important part because the people who are against trapping and against a lot of the things i say are the first to pigeonhole me as a coyote hater because i say we have to manage guy. Oh and they couldn't be further from the truth. It's the fact that the reality is that We are humans we are..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"That i found out that was allegedly. By gordon to some Canaan specialists was a was a native fox. When i was living out west there was some research going on with red fox. Genetics and someone was high up in the alpine in the mountains above treeline trying to cook. Dna from red fox and like what the heck are they doing and you know and what was fascinating too. I mean i have to be careful because when you're when you're writing blogs for yourself You gotta be careful of content. You're taking so When you when you look at the different subspecies of red foxx. They all look different. Some of them got white patches. That come right up under the chin others The white patch stops down at the at the belly Some of them have more tops for and the face. They're more full in the face versus being skinnier When you line all of these subspecies up. You're like oh that explains why. When i saw picture of this red box my mind so that didn't quite look right. And that's because it genetics or whatever it may be it. It was a different subspecies of red fox. You you think when you do a quick searcher when you see a picture in a magazine. You think a red fox red fox red. Vox wow not. Not so. And and i couldn't really Display it on the website. Because you know a lot of those pictures of privately owned and you know. I'm not gonna chase down trying to secure permission for every single one of those species but you go searching some of the species. I listed that article and you line all these pictures up and you're going. Wow yeah they are strange different. You know the the northern alaskan fox looks different from the sierra nevada fox. Yeah so It's fascinating absolutely fascinating. The the the animal world that we that lies beyond our fingertips. Do you have any others that stand out articles. You wrote that that where you learn something. Expect definitely The the one that you referenced. The to weasel like creatures vying for forest turf northeast It was very to to dive. Deeper into the relationship between fisher and martin We all we all know what we know from pursuing them in the field. You know you get a basic understanding. There probably isn't too much in there. That shocking to the trapper But just to understand those relationships I found fascinating And then where. I where i really have found. A niche is in the eastern coyote. I have. I have a couple of articles and that became what i what i really became known for especially from my friends on the west coast. We're constantly arguing with Some of the coexistence if you will Crowds out out on the west coast. the just just.

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"For some some click traffic I'm usually not A not apprehensive about people wanting to repurpose Or or or refunnel it on their on their pages particularly lately with especially with per education which is an arm of fda Dave hastings and i talked extensively especially with legislation and things in the last couple of years and And i'm very appreciative of them. They've given links I've got a ton of kickback. From you from your page you know You've got a link there on your page. And that's the i'll tell you that's probably a large chunk of my traffic coming back. So people are people trappers. It's it's the market i'm looking for. It's the audience. I'm looking for and And if we all work cohesively for communication For the betterment of regulated traffic and for resource management a. I'm in on a percentage. I i want to talk about a couple of these articles because this is some really neat stuff in like you said. It's it's it's trapping related but it's not the how to trap. It's some of the cool things that that we may or may not know about ferber's I wanna i read this article yours on on the fox The red fox in north america. Where can you i mean. Does that something that you just kind of discovered decided to write about this. This article was supposed to be like a four paragraph blog. Post just to get some click traffic. It was all about. How red fox is you know. We have two species of fox up here. In the northeast we have the gray fox Which is you know predominantly known as the native and then we have the red fox which is predominantly known as being imported from europe By settlers who frankly were unhappy with the fact that cray fox's can climb trees the can't climb trees but a lot of brought the red fall out of us didn't know that right. Yeah yeah so the the gray foxes adapted to To climbing trees and The when the english came over They they they wanted something. That was a little more sporting so they brought red foxes with them for the house. That's that's how the tail goes. Yeah So i was just doing an article on backs..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Content and and all within it's all focused content on wildlife management biology. Ferber stuff going on and the secret. There is that ninety nine percent of what you see and read Is like the wee hours of like nine pm to like two. Am yeah that's when you gotta feed it. you know. i mean you're doing the same thing and yours you know you're you are definitely Well established And say dot com is an incredible phenom especially in the in like the google search rankings and stuff. So i mean you know you. It's got to feed that baby. You gotta feed it care for it and You definitely notice when you stop for sure but but yeah i mean at the same time you have to it. Were humans we have. It's great to do things for charity but you can only put so much of your effort to that in that direction and you do have to feed your family as well so if if you if you have to choose between Furthering this effort and doing an extra job to put food on the table it it. It's a difficult choice but that. Yeah that's a reality and it's and to be honest with you. This was never It started off as just a gag. Live free and trap. And it and it snowballed. People enjoyed what i had. I enjoy right. I really do enjoy diving into these. Deep deep crevasses of of resource management and i And people are always very very thankful that you know people are always quick to to reach to me and say man the sites awesome. Really appreciate everything you do. But in the same regard it was never intended to be jeff trainer..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"It. with on educational and science backed Palette if you will yeah. I kind of see it. As a as opposed the previous rendition. where you were maybe trying to preserve trapping on a local issue in new hampshire. Right now This this ferber conservation to me is more of what is going to be important to lay the foundation to preserve trapping ten twenty thirty years from now. Yes i would agree with that. Definitely how much how much of this is jeff trainer content and how much of it is sourced from other places. I would probably say i would probably say. Eighty five percent is probably me or meet digging. Yeah and then and then the other you know fifteen percent or so is is either. People have thrown thrones or. They've said i think a lot of people they they lay out the bread crumbs for me. And then i gotta go. Yeah i go. I go track down the breadcrumbs and i fall down a rabbit hole. I mean you. You gave me a plug For the martin and fisher Martin and fisher study that was being done and that was just you wanna talk about a rabbit hole. That started off as just looking for an argument. As to why fisher are an integral species. Here in the northeast and i ended up falling into this whole rabbit hole of of studies and things that they were doing you know up north so I i would say it's eighty five percents still me With with the other fifteen percent is definitely bones. Get thrown my way or people will say. Here's this or or Ali in some cases. I've had people actually right. I encourage people that have Have a gift for quality because i want quality content on the site. I mean i obviously don't want i no longer interested in the ranting and raving and So i want people are well-spoken or you know that i have to do minimal. Editing with but I have had a few several guests writers on. And i have several like i said contributors if you will that hang out behind the scenes for the most part and kicked me some information from me to produce but i.

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"I liken it to like kind of like what for takers of america's doing down there. They're very heavy on the education. Very heavy on the conservation And that's really where. I started to go And it started to become more regional. I wasn't just new hampshire anymore. Yeah i was getting biologists. I mean i was getting emails from biologists on the west coast. I was getting emails from biologists and wildlife management professionals in agencies in canada. It just started to kind of snowball And then it really took off I wrote an article Called bash those lowly trappers At your own peril and just basically talked about a lot of the stuff that we just talked about and right now and A few trapper magazines club association magazines wanted to pick it up and then The ontario for managers council. Grab hold of it. They printed it. I believe alaska. Trappers print it In their magazine A few other states up And it just that one article It was just an explosion. Next thing you know. i've got truth about her. Which is a blog into the up in canada Started putting my stuff out pretty heavily. I started writing for them. I actually did a few articles for them And the biologist and stuff started to catch on more and more and the more conversations. I had with folks the more it was. You know stopped worrying about what activists folks are are doing and start focusing more so on your interests which is ferber's and i said you know something you're right. I've just had enough. It got dark. You know arguing with people online. Just got really dark and gross So i shied away from it. And i said you know what i'm going to leave the site and then i said well i've got quite a quite a mass of followers especially on the facebook page. I had i think at that time. I had twenty five hundred Followers on that page. And.

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Word got out that the department was proposing above get season And i was just seeing a lot online a lot of comments a lot of statements and the trappers here trappers being trappers not to pigeonhole stereotype but There weren't a lot of trappers on social media so people weren't seeing what was happening or what was being said and what. I was seeing for comments from people who were fairly. You know well-spoken Led me to. I said you know the you guys don't realize what's coming we're we're going to lose the season you know. The the the public opinion is not there. We need to do some education. We need to do some outreach. Will everyone discounted social media and the internet as just useless. This is you know the fish and game department will handle it and it just turned into a public opinion. Circus down here When we tried to propose a bob cat season. And when i say we i mean our our fish and game department so the live free and trap website was born out of that Because i felt that i needed a place to hold my musings and my talking points and my arguments against some of that commentary Because it it. If it spiraled quickly from being a debate about trapping and hunting bob cats to a debate about traffic it spiraled quickly and as as a lot of legislation usually does so I just kind of said you know. I need to do something. I need someplace where. I can have an outlet to vent my frustration regarding auditor. Change anybody's opinions on things. Exactly i'll i'll admit in my early days i was very crass with my commentary and A couple of local activists folks Definitely seized capitalized on that And have have still not allowed me to live that down but it is what it is But when it was looked for and who basically developing arguments and talking points and you know it was mentioned that The bob cat season would do this while. I'm here to tell you that it won't it'll do this..

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"You click on this The the page for this podcast episode. And just go down in comment on feedback provide a little feedback on what you thought about the episode. So that. I think that'd be cool because i've been thinking trying to find better ways to hear more from trapping today community and it's You know not all you guys wanna come on a podcast and do a podcast interview and there's not enough time in the world to have everybody on either in. Not everybody has half hour or an hour worth of things to talk about in trapping but we all have our opinions and our thoughts and things to add or comment on that we can easily do in the short audio clip. So let's let's see if we can try it out. I'll put it up there. I'll see if there's any response. I don't get anything from you. I'm gonna start doing some things to try to motivate you to to start using it. Because i know it's not for everybody. A lot of people are going to be resistant to your according to their voice which is fine but for the people who would find this useful. I'd love to have you tried out and see if we can sort of get. Get some activity on that in antioch goes so with that guys we will get into the episode with jeff trainer from ferber conservation. We talk about how he started his blog initially way back in the day. A little bit on the new hampshire. Bob cat trapping Debate his shift to ferber conservation. Some of the articles that he has written on ferber conservation plans for the future. And all that stuff. So let's get into it. I'm curious why you started the live free trap blog originally and how that's changed in in. Why morphed sure so so it all ironic that we're going from cats right into that because The live free and trap website which is a play on the state model for your listeners. That don't know your die. Is the state model the greatest state motto out there exactly. Hey i'm a fan and You know i'ma. I'm a glutton for originality so i just went with free and trap mainly because It was never meant to be much It was it was right right as bob. Cats season proposal debates were eating up back in two thousand thirteen It was the just the beginning of real social media influence particularly facebook. I don't even twitter was really around yet And it was right around that time where facebook. I don't know how far back you go social media but facebook originally was just for college folks in college when we when it started dating service for us. College exactly exactly. Yeah no i mean. That's pretty much what it was too. It was to spy on people that went to know friends from high school that went to better colleges the new But at that time you know it was control. It was controlled environment because the quality of people that were allowed in was was vetted and limited And then facebook you know kind of turned around and open up to the public and it just opened the floodgates. Everyone suddenly was on facebook and then Everybody had an opinion on facebook. And that's really where the downward spiral came but The bobcat season Down here Was kind of boiling up heavily. The animal rights opposition which was national They had national investment from the anti hunting anti trapping establishment. Here in the northeast rim..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"There check out the other stuff the tan. I i have on there for sale as well as the new manly hardy book or some lure just sold out of the virtues of or beaver lure and i get a little bit here. But i'm going to be using that here as soon as the ice goes out. I'll probably do a little bit of spring beaver trapping and using that learn. I don't think i'm a remake batch here for this year. I think i will probably wait until closer to next season. But we'll see how that goes and Also you've you've got all the other lure that is still in stock is available there on the site and other stuff like that also Another i got jeff trainer on tonight. So it's going to be a really exciting episode listening to jeff again. We get into more detail on On ferber conservation his website in a different topics that that him. And i go back and forth on so that. It's going to be a good one. But i just wanted to mention something that is. I'm gonna try out sometime in the past year. I mentioned an idea that i had and it was kind of a one of those out. There things everybody who i mentioned it to maybe might have thought i was a little bit crazy or didn't understand how it would work but i had thought on on a new way for people in general are particularly as trappers specifically. That's what i was interested in of creating a online community that was superior to something like facebook or your standard trapping your standard message boards chats and the reason i got into this is because Since i started podcasting it's been kind of a revelation to me how incredibly different it was as a mode of communication and how is able to connect with people through audio more effectively than any other means so with audio hugh can express emotion. You can eliminate a lot of ambiguity in the the question marks around what you're meaning is you can explain things more thoroughly and i think it's just over all you know the tone of your voice and speed and tempo and everything else is just a. It's a better way of communicating people. What you you really mean and what you want to say if you think of things like trapping message boards and look at though a lot of the problems associated with those guys arguing back and forth.

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"One year got trapped. I liked to liked. And i liked where there would be able to spend more time in the woods. I was losing money getting traps out. There is the hardest part. I think with leave in the back of my truck. Lastly going found no matter what guide trapped part of what you do. Get to ask them you guys. You.

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"The the billy the exterminator or the Or the one of the core wins or something but the reality is i literally have a thirty foot ladder and a Screw gun and i go around stealing holes. There's there's there's very little there's very very little actual wildlife handling involved with being a commercial wildlife control guy. A lot of it is literally hanging off of a ladder ceiling and repairing damage. You do get the occasional tra- you know like i said the skunks I do a lot of beaver. Control work You get the occasional porcupine. You know that you're wrestling out from underneath a barn floorspace or something but nine times out of ten. The daily grind is Basically glorified carpentry so people lose interest. Quick i bet yeah. Give us an idea of the area that you live. In how whether it's urban or rural or the types of places that you're working so southern new hampshire is a amazing place because you can go from five thousand acres of untouched pristine worldliness to downtown cityscape. In a matter of twenty minutes. So you have a lot of transition. And i find. I've found that the most fascinating with trapping you know part of it is the societal Psychological discourse between whether or not we should manage resources. That's one aspect that i find fascinating but the other aspect is definitely the fact that fisher in particular which i know you guys got plenty of fisher up your way The fisher is an animal. That always always has intrigued me and what we started. Finding here in new hampshire was that they started declining. Now we're still not one hundred percent. Sure what that is is an increase in the bob cat population. We we don't manage our bob cats down here they are. They do compete with each other. is it Canine distemper virus. Which we've we've seen outbreaks of Is it habitat loss. Is it all of the above is a trapping. We don't think it's over harvest with trapping. Because we've we've got a to fisher bag limited at this point So there's not you know..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Are these have color to them. that one. that one's just black and gray. You probably didn't get that tan did you. I get you did awesome. So that's the other thing about me In she's a what are we going on I'm thirty four now. You're talking probably in the last decade and a half that i've been trapping seriously I've only sold probably one season's worth maybe two seasons worth for for auction everything else. I've kept myself ten. And that's i mean. I'm sitting on i'm sitting on closets upon closets of tanned hides tells but i do. I do sell some of it off. You know like make gloves for people or someone will show up here in. Want some beaver slippers or beaver. Winter beaver hat or give them always christmas gifts. I just i go through the work of trapping the animal and i just get so attached. It's hard for me to Give it away. You know not necessarily give it away but I i like to see it through if you will Through the tanning process. That's just part of my Inquisitive nature with these critters. And there's probably you probably thought like me of all the different things that you can do with for sure. There's a lot of things we haven't figured out yet but we will probably tend to get more creative as more of us Go that route tanning for and keeping a bunch of the for well and it sounds like. That's kind of like the norm. Now you know. When i first started trapping i got looks from the old timers. Like you wouldn't believe looking at me sideways. Go you're doing what. Why would you tan that autre. What are you what is wrong with you. Get that thing sold and get your money. How are you paying for your gas. You know and i was a true blue for the most part hobby trapper when i started out and like most of us ninety nine percent of us probably are were But you know you. You got the sideways looks for many years. And then you know. I think with the firm market the way it is especially now It seems like no one box and bats an eyelash at At someone say oh. Yeah i yeah. It's crazy it's crazy. How that how that has changed. I mean i started. I was i i. I sold everything. I could because i just needed that. You know old vehicle that was always broken down and had to do repairs and head put gas in the trunk and look back and think man. I wish i would have kept that for. I mean some of it. You know some of it. I i guess kind of on the opposite end of the spectrum because i opened up the closets man far beauty of it is. It's not going bad on you right right now and i I do. I am an associate. Certified entomologist as well I am well-versed in the four. Six and eight legged critters. I still the firm ox. Don't stand a chance in this house. We we should have just done the episode on that. I know you're gonna buck bugs from ruining your of god..

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"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"traynor" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Your phone as chief. Yes of the trap line can take advantage of so many different this thing just down the apple iphone and immediately have access to all this aerial imagery. You've got Capability to parkway points. You can track your your movements and make tracks check on roads all this stuff. You could see landowner information and you can get topo. Maps is just everything right there in front of you. It is so useful and by the way on x has been a supporter of this show for a year. Now and i just had a discussion with them about re upping for another year. And we have done that. So i'm really excited because it took me a while to get an idea of actually. How many of you guys were taking advantage of this. In using the promo code trap t. r. a. p. when you go to next maps dot com and sign up for the service and if you do that you use the promo code you get twenty percent off of your purchase so that is a a really sweet deal and i've been saying that for like what i don't know fifty two episodes thereabouts and i was like well. Anybody even taking advantage of this or using this. I don't know. I don't get a lot of feedback. I've had a few people that have told me. Thanks you know. Use the code and stuff but not very many so Actually i did get a report in it was a jaw-dropping number of people those of you in the audience. Who have done this. And so i was extremely excited about that. And i hope that more of you if you don't use onyx and a actually a lot of people probably who listen to this already us on next to begin with so they. They didn't have the chance to do that because they're already subscribe but The promo code is still up and running. We have renewed it and r. a. p. is gonna save you twenty percent so if you haven't signed up for onyx. Please go ahead and do that. You will not regret you're going to get to the end of your subscription to think. Oh man what would i do without this. Because i mean it's just it's so convenient it's right there so easy you can sync everything between your phone and your computer. You've got easy quick. Access to all of the the mapping anything you could do with the gps plus you get the landowner formation. They have constant updates to things so check him out on x maps dot com and finally moyle mink and tannery..

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"traynor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"traynor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To start our Sunday morning here with at the track, and we want to welcome to the show from the Daily Racing form. Ah, Mr Dan Hillman. Good morning, Dan. Good morning, Sam. Always great to talk to, especially after a great two days of racing like the Breeder's Cup World Thoroughbred championships. Yes, it was kind of interesting day at the windows because horse would pay $5 and for 20, And then then the horse would pay $62.148 dollars. As we always say the betting bonanza because it's the only place you could get a horse. To pay those numbers. If favors way. Seen any other track on any other day, they'd probably all the favors. No, You're absolutely right. The depth of the breeder's cup is what makes it so appealing from a gambling standpoint. Just look at the breeder's Cup Juvenile. For example, the second place from the show was 94 to 1 third place finisher was 30 to 1 on both of those horses had some credentials coming into the race. So, of course, the breeder's Cup mild winter paid a huge price for internationally renowned trainer Aidan O'Brien coming off the also eligible list. And, uh, way Ah, Jackie have a pick up a couple wins in a second mountain on the breeder's Cup from overseas because of people not testing. Negative for the virus, and he ends up with the mountain ends up with another victory. We've seen that several times on major rate stays in the past, with jockeys being injured, perhaps and pick up amounts all of a sudden becoming winners. Or I believe Jackie Budo picked up two winners based on a sort of pick up mounts. Based on the covert 19 positives. He had a very fortunate day and Of course, the two day breeder's Cup belonged to Traynor Bread Cox, He trained four winners. Remarkable feat. Yeah, and Ah Ah, let's start a quick review of yesterday yesterday Saturday and very impressive performance by the mind winning Ah, you know, overwhelming winner in the Kentucky Oaks, and he was certainly convincing yesterday with 70 track record and One 25th and Ah, he was a very impressive well, super impressive. I think the only question concerning her was whether she would be a defective sitting off of a race source as she is when she's on the lead, But she proved that she is the best one turn filly in the country. She sat right off of Sarah and Get'em pursuing the Kentucky Oaks in 2019 and this very, very swift in her own righteous blue by Ceren Getty Empress in the stretch, he won by over Six lengths who received a 1 10 Beyer speed figure. That's her third Beyer speed figure this year or 108 or better, she's simply brilliant. And the glass slipper. Ah, nice right there slipping through on the rail in the steps to win my half a length and paid 20 to 40. So nice victory there for Kevin Ryan, the winning trainer. Ah, Nice ride for kind of unknowns. Kevin Ryan and Tom A's Ah, winning that race trips really made the difference In this race. There were several horses that were compromised by traffic in the stretch. Most notably implements who was 5 to 1, in between horses looked loaded for a run and was completely shut off glass slippers. European sprinters, turf sprinters usually do not perform as well as their route. Counterparts. Glass slippers, as you mentioned got the trip. This was a race that went to closers. The first two finishers were tense and 14th after the first Quarter mile. And the next winner the mile dirt Mile. Nix go with one of the more dominating winners of the day. And at the weekend going toe wire to wire. This one was a Brad cops. Trainer Brad Cox. There and, uh, that, uh, he come off a 10 length win, and Cain may just loves came. Absolutely correct. He is a horse, for course, who, when the great one breeders security as a two year old at Keeneland at a huge price. He won his most recent start breaking a track record of Keeneland and he went right to the front and took no prisoners. Look at these fractions. 21 forfeits 40, Foreign, 2/5, 108 and 1/5 for three quarters of a mile. He kept right on going under Joel Rosario, a really nice performance for Nick's. Go on. The fans knew they made the source the 9 to 5 favorite. They bet him like he couldn't lose. The Europeans do well on the turf on day like the Keeneland there, of course, and they were the winner in the $2 Million Philly and character certainly were. Oh, Doria, really nice filly that have been running against top class racehorses in France. She came with a strong late kick to deny rushing fall who has such a nice race? This was a solid pace up front with European Cayenne pepper in the speedy mean Mary, uh, disputing terms early rushing falls. Jack third made the lead in this distance just a little bit too far for rushing for. She lost nothing in defeat. You might have sewn up female turf honors. But oh, Dar, you take nothing away from European class who's a very good price of 17 toe wanted. She came storming down the center of the track to win it. In the Another well a winning trainer from Europe and then the winning jockey from Europe. Um, but the jockey is more familiar to our racing fans. Yes, the jockeys more familiar to our racing fans, Budo. He, uh he has been very very. He has had quietly of very, very strong year overseas. And again he picked up these two mounts gave some brilliantly confident rides. And when you saw his interviews in the paddock, my goodness, he was as cool as a cucumber as ice water through his day, and he just seemed like there was no, there was nothing excited. It was just another day at the races for him, and he brought that confidence to the track. About the $2 million spent in which wit more who's a seven year old building when those six for long in his fourth try. And AH, more paid 38 80..

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"traynor" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"traynor" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"There used as part of the way that they They construct the the next accommodate their Brood so. Every year they get a little bit. Wider and wider tunnels are then more likely to be abandoned by the bees. They're sort of less desirable than the new narrow tunnels, and so we think that's probably because. Wide Tunnels are really difficult to defend from invaders and carpenter bees constantly under threat from. Invading other carpenter bees so Because there's this really intense competition over access to nests. There's a lot of. One be might usurp the nest from another be, and then she'll move to a different NAST and try to take over there, and so they'll do that by invading each other's Nassan. Kicking out there brewed and starting later on their own eggs, so having a structure that you're able to defend is is really important. Okay and so since they're carpenter bees, they can probably make tunnels bigger, but they have no way of packing the MEC in making them smaller exactly. Yeah, so that's when you would follow. The tunnels are too wide. That's when you might start. On branch off of the old tunnel in just use that, so that's how they get kind of bigger and bigger and more branched over time. K and have you done genetic analysis on them as well? Are they all related yet? That's a great question, so. With bees in a lot of social insects in general, we tend to think of these big colonies as being like really large extended families. But in some systems were starting to find that that might not be the case, they might just be groups of of nonrelatives, and we're starting to think that that might be the case in carpenter. Obvious, there's some events for that in them. In another species of carpenter be and in a species that I work with. Some preliminary data is starting to suggest that. These might be living, not necessarily with their sisters like a Honeybee Connie would but just with whoever might happen to be in the nest at the time. 'cause this constant switching like I mentioned where they're always trying to take over their neighbors nest, so that's kind of waiting on a little bit more analysis when the reopened. Let sort of what we're starting to think now is that they're not actually living in family groups. How fascinating I best of luck with it, I'm sure it will be continued to to reveal all sorts of unknown kids. Many of our listeners love hearing about be science. What do you enjoy most about your research? When I love about my research in particular is getting this opportunity to work outside in nature, and to really interact so closely with the the actual animals that I'm interested in and in in the actual habitats where they live so and I, I kind of imagine is's what draws a lot of people to be keeping as well as cool in kind of unique opportunity to really physically hold in your hands. This animal that you have this intense curiosity about. Which makes you wonder what she's doing and ny? She's doing that and I think we all sort of completely asked these questions we're. We're watching animal I think it's so finance and satisfying to have a job where I can ask those questions and even sometimes get answers questions, so I think bees especially offer this really cool opportunity to see how entire society functions just on the scale of something in your own backyard or something like that so I think not a lot of people. Even other biologists get the chance to see that in their work. Very very very cool and I. fully concur, it's SORTA. This endless curiosity that keeps keeps you going back for more, and even though sometimes there long hours in the hot desert sun right and you're you're you're under layers of protective clothing it? It still makes you WANNA come back. Yeah, so one one final question. If you had to pick a pollinator, Avatar to represent you online, what would you go with? I I would have to say a carpenter. Be Yeah, I could. Never figure anything else. There enough and what's the scientific name of the carpenter study Zeiler Copa Saen arena? Saen arena. That sound that is that force on? Based on the sound. What does the Sun Arena stand for I'm okay. Great Question. It's actually kind of a long story. Where so until? April, it was Zeile Copa Very punk punked. and. You know my whole degree thinking you know calling at that and I have to adjust to this new name, but so there's some new. DNA Bar coding evidence that these two species that we thought were different. Are Actually the same. Be So the Sahn Arenas the name that takes precedence Tucson arena. Was this carpenter be found? We thought just in Hawaii. But the seven is now showing that it originated here and the western US, and made its way over to Hawaii. They're all the same species, and now they're all called on arena. Classes though I yeah I how it got to Hawaii. Yeah, I know, it's probably on some would on a ship or something like that. Yeah, wow, the more the more relearn. Yeah, so well. Thank you so much. It's been an absolute pleasure chatting with you and good luck with the rest of your summer of research I think you so much for having me. Your, welcome. Cures, and that was really fun She sounds like she's got a lot going there. She does she's a lot of. She's always a joy to talk with and I think it's wonderful that they were able to convince the hospital to work with them. That was week. I can't imagine taking a log into a hospital in the middle of the night to have a cat scan. Yes she's actually sent me some fellows. They wrap them up in these big heavy duty, black trash bags. And then one of the the people working it, she she asked him was the strangest thing. You've ever had come into your cat scanner and he responded. This is definitely. Believe it. Gets the running through the e r stat Dr Stead running through with the bells and whistles and Taking a log into cat scanner, that's funny. you know I found it interesting. She's I. We have a bird bath on our back, and I always sit there and watch the bees tank up with water and fly back in a couple of minutes. They're. They're back again. So I found what she was her research about. The water carriers was really interesting, and and how it's such a dedicated role and the importance of those bs in the high. Yeah, I find it fascinating how how easily they can find even when you think you removed at all. Those pretty good moss down in the crack there She had to dig up. The thing and I don't know if this is well known or not. I didn't. I wasn't aware of how they put water on their wings, and then and then you know, vibrate their wings to. Have have the water dissipate in the high of that I've never seen it and I've never heard.

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"traynor" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"traynor" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"To to try them around. But the reason why conserving water and conserving electricity makes sense is because you're conserving your wallet. You're not spending as much money. If you say, for instance, turn off a light when you leave the room. It doesn't have anything to do with saving electricity. Because like you said energy is neither created nor. Do I not not a well? I mean, it's not an hour Traynor destroy. But it isn't you know, when you let's say, let's say colpepper power, Ryan, coal natural. Let's say, yeah. Let's just use colour gas. That's obviously, the the the matter isn't destroyed is converted to CO two emissions. You're not going to get that fuel back. So I mean in regards like fossil fuels the obvious. Gone right for but changes for but you can't use it. So waste say I do believe, you know, wasting energy is a bad thing. You know, if you're using fossil fuel, but it's only because but it's only because it's a poor choice economically. That's the only reason why it's bad because there's always going to be other sources of energy out there. Remember, it just changed form? So you have to find other ways of getting energy. And the marketplace has been amazing at doing that. Remember, they took what used to be considered a pollutant oil. It used to be considered a crap that destroys farmland. Right. Like, oh my God. There goes some good property. We just had this oil come up and go all over the place when they didn't know what to do with. It was a nuisance and then somebody figured out. Oh, yeah. You can burn that stuff. And it's actually really good for burning and super-efficient. And now this home is heated by oil in a pure free market. But I'm pretty sure for suppressing a lot of green technologies and greens being suppressed. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Bye. Bye establishment the oil the fuel industry. I think a lot of green technology and stuff. You know, like a carburetor that can make your your car. Go two hundred miles per gallon, obviously eight fifty five four fifty free. That's our toll free number here. We got more on global climate nonsense. Our to us coming up free talk live. Once upon a time. There was Stephen. Sweet little Molly. Years later. Just me. Life doesn't always go as planned..

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