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  • In this final episode of Conservation Conversations, recorded live from the Biodiversity Without Boundaries conference, we hear from passionate individuals within the NatureServe Network about what inspired them at the event.

  • Unveiling NatureServe Explorer Pro

    In this special episode of Conservation Conversations, NatureServe introduces its latest breakthrough: NatureServe Explorer Pro, a powerful tool designed to enhance accessibility to vital biodiversity data. Discover how NatureServe Explorer Pro builds upon the foundation laid by its predecessor, NatureServe Explorer, while also spearheading efforts to promote open data initiatives across Canada and the United States.

  • Cultivating Native Wisdom

    Join Sean O'Brien on Conservation Conversations as he sits down with Collin Spriggs and Brandon Gibson from the Euchee Butterfly Farm and Tribal Alliance for Pollinators. Learn how they're cultivating pollinator-friendly plants native to Oklahoma, preserving cultural traditions, and bridging traditional knowledge with modern science.

  • The Buzz on Native Pollinators

    Delve into the fascinating and diverse world of pollinating insects with this month's guest for Conservation Conversations with Sean O'Brien, Dr. James Hung from the Oklahoma Biological Survey and the University of Oklahoma.

  • In the year-end special episode of Conservation Conversations, host Sean O’Brien reflects on the impactful discussions with scientists and conservationists dedicated to preserving biodiversity.

  • Bridging the Natural and Digital Worlds

    In the latest episode of Conservation Conversations, join host Sean O'Brien as he speaks with Rachael Tancock, a naturalist, nature communicator, and the face behind 'The Nature Educator' on social media. Find out how she turned her curious mind and love of nature into a platform that inspires thousands around the globe!

  • Illuminating the Secrets of Bats

    In this episode of Conservation Conversations, join host Sean O'Brien and guest Dr. Winifred Frick, Chief Scientist at Bat Conservation International, as they unveil the fascinating world of bats. Dr. Frick dispels common myths about these often misunderstood creatures, delves into their diverse adaptations and ecological importance, and highlights the urgent need for bat conservation efforts.

  • Art, Science, and Adventure

    In the latest episode of Conservation Conversations with Sean O'Brien, Caroline Van Hemert takes us on a captivating journey on a 4,000-mile human-powered expedition from the Pacific Rainforest to the Arctic Coast.

  • Codex of the Endangered Species Act

    In the first episode of Season 4 of Conservation Conversations, Sean sits down with Lowell Baier, conservationist, historian, attorney, and author of the new book "The Codex of the Endangered Species Act." Lowell's deep insights and anecdotes offer a rich exploration of the past, present, and future of conservation.

  • Connecting Land, Water, and People

    In this enlightening episode of Conservation Conversations, Sean O'Brien engages in a profound discussion with Dr. Catherine Febria, Canada Research Chair and Assistant Professor in Freshwater Restoration and Ecology at the University of Windsor. Dr. Febria demonstrates through her own research experience the value of conducting ethical and inclusive science to achieve collective societal benefits.