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Part1 | Coexisting with Wildlife | Beth Pratt, National Wildlife Federation’s Executive Director for California | Part 1

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We have the deep honor of opening this show with our nature practice guide natasha deganello giraudie, who poetically expresses the theme of this series | Cores, Corridors, Carnivores. Calm your body, clear your mind, open your heart & uplift your soul by deepening your relationship with the Earth.

We invite you to explore a nature practice with natasha, too. ⁠Nature Practice Guide⁠

Our featured guest on this episode is Beth Pratt, a lifelong advocate for wildlife, Beth has worked in environmental leadership roles for over twenty-five years, and in two of the country’s largest national parks: Yosemite and Yellowstone. As the California Regional Executive Director for the National Wildlife Federation, she says, “I have the best job in the world—advocating for the state’s remarkable wildlife.” We couldn't agree more!

Beth also leads the #SaveLACougars campaign to buildThe Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing, the largest wildlife crossing in the world. This wildlife crossing will help save a population of mountain lions from extinction. Beth's innovative conservation work has been featured by The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, BBC World Service, CBS This Morning, the Los Angeles Times, Men’s Journal, NPR and more.

Her upcoming book, "Yosemite Wildlife," will be released by the Yosemite Conservancy in 2023. She has given a TEDx talk about coexisting with wildlife called, “How a Lonely Cougar in Los Angeles Inspired the World,” and is featured in the new documentary, “The Cat that Changed America.”

Join us for this enlightening two part conversation with Beth Pratt, where we travel down some familiars trails and some not so familiar ones ... exploring connectivity, our place in the web of Life, caring for wildlife, our planet and ourselves.

Want to have a live peek at the progress of the wildlife crossing ? visit Save LA Cougars

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We have the deep honor of opening this show with our nature practice guide natasha deganello giraudie, who poetically expresses the theme of this series | Cores, Corridors, Carnivores. Calm your body, clear your mind, open your heart & uplift your soul by deepening your relationship with the Earth.

We invite you to explore a nature practice with natasha, too. ⁠Nature Practice Guide⁠

Our featured guest on this episode is Beth Pratt, a lifelong advocate for wildlife, Beth has worked in environmental leadership roles for over twenty-five years, and in two of the country’s largest national parks: Yosemite and Yellowstone. As the California Regional Executive Director for the National Wildlife Federation, she says, “I have the best job in the world—advocating for the state’s remarkable wildlife.” We couldn't agree more!

Beth also leads the #SaveLACougars campaign to buildThe Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing, the largest wildlife crossing in the world. This wildlife crossing will help save a population of mountain lions from extinction. Beth's innovative conservation work has been featured by The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, BBC World Service, CBS This Morning, the Los Angeles Times, Men’s Journal, NPR and more.

Her upcoming book, "Yosemite Wildlife," will be released by the Yosemite Conservancy in 2023. She has given a TEDx talk about coexisting with wildlife called, “How a Lonely Cougar in Los Angeles Inspired the World,” and is featured in the new documentary, “The Cat that Changed America.”

Join us for this enlightening two part conversation with Beth Pratt, where we travel down some familiars trails and some not so familiar ones ... exploring connectivity, our place in the web of Life, caring for wildlife, our planet and ourselves.

Want to have a live peek at the progress of the wildlife crossing ? visit Save LA Cougars

Music |

Ablation Suite by Hayden Folker

What Are You Doing Here ?

Produced by |

Emerging World Project

--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/whatareyoudoinghere/message

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