Morning Magazine Podcast Monday 10, 2021

We hear from a Denver rally calling for federal voting rights protections before visiting a drive-through clinic in Lafayette that’s working to make it easier to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Then, we hear about signature gathering underway opposing the annexation […]

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Nature Almanac – Beaver Deceivers

The City of Longmont allows beavers to build dams to foster natural wetlands along local creeks. The City does this without letting the beaver’s dammed up water flood nearby buildings, thanks to the city’s installation of Beaver Deceivers. Naturalists Scott […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Friday 7, 2021

We take a look at the gun safety measuring working their way through the state legislature. Then, we looking into the economic impact of the pandemic on working moms followed by a new edition of the Nature Almanac. https://sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/kgnu-show-archives/audioarchives/MorningMagazine/2021/MorningMagazine_2021-05-07.mp3 The […]

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Nature Almanac – Rare Grebes on Erie Reservoir

For the April Nature Almanac, rare Grebes are migrating through Boulder County. Will Boulder Naturalists Scott Severs and Ruth Carol Cushman find any on Erie Reservoir? https://objects-us-east-1.dream.io/kgnu-news/2021/04/4-2021_NatureAlmanac-April_KGNU.mp3 (Download Audio) Image: A Horned Grebe at Erie Reservoir courtesy of Scott Severs

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Morning Magazine Podcast Friday April 2, 2021

We begin the show with a new Nature Almanac. Then, we check in with the Boulder Farmer’s Market in advance of their seasonal opening tomorrow. We close the show with clinical psychologist and Boulder writer, Priscilla Dann-Courtney, reading her essay […]

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Nature Almanac – Solitary Solitaires

On this edition of the Nature Almanac, our Boulder naturalists observe some rather comical young osprey that don’t know how to build a nest and discuss whether we should build nest platforms for osprey and what happens if we don’t.

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