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Posted on November 17th, 2015 in Podcasts, Wildlife | No Comments »

Robert Cordes Got Nature’s podcasts are a great way to learn about wildlife, forestry, and conservation issues from the experts themselves. The information they provide can be a much more valuable and reliable resource than simply searching the internet. Frequent Got Nature podcast contributor Bob Cordes emphasized this as he was featured in a Franklin, Indiana Sun Journal article titled “Wilton biologist discusses wildlife on Purdue University podcasts.”

Bob Cordes is an assistant regional wildlife biologist with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, and collaborates with Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology Rod Williams to provide podcast listeners with answers to common and not-so-common wildlife questions and concerns. Cordes started working with Got Nature podcasts in the episode “Wildlife Pictures Worth a Thousand Words“, where he is interviewed by Dr. Williams about how to use trail cameras to view wildlife. More recently, Cordes has been involved with the weekly “Boiler Up! for Wildlife” series.

Check out the Got Nature podcasts featuring Bob Cordes below to learn more from his expertise in wildlife biology.

The Got Nature podcast page has these and more informative podcasts available to listen to for free, and they are also available through iTunes.
Robert Cordes, Assistant Regional Biologist
Main Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Rod Williams​, Associate Professor of Wildlife Science
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University

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