Harry Hutchins

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Harry Hutchins joins John Latimer on Tuesday mornings for A Talk on the Wildside.  This week he wanted to talk about national monuments and the Antiquities Act of 1906 that was initially created by President Teddy Roosevelt to prevent looting of Indian artifacts.  The act prevents commercial development or future mineral exploitation. 

Harry and John Latimer talked warblers (among other things!) on today's A Talk on the Wildside. 



This morning John Latimer asked DNR Bee Specialist Crystal Boyd "what is THE single easiest, most important thing that any of us could do to increase or help out our pollinators.  Crystal said "Plant local native wildflowers....if you provide it they will come!" 

She also told us about a great resource Bumble Bee Watch, where citizen scientists (that's you!) can post photos and get help with identification. 

Leopold Foundtion

Tuesday mornings at 7:50 forest ecologist Harry Hutchins joins staff phenologist John Latimer for "A Talk On The Wild Side".  This week Harry took the opportunity to wish Aldo Leopold a happy birthday and also remind us to find our mentors.  When you meet people who know more than you, spend time with them.  Amazing things can happen.  Harry talks here about the people he met early in his career that lead him to what he has spent his life studying.  Who are your mentors?  What are the moments in your life that lead you to where you are?  Email us!