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Take It Outdoors is a production of Great Parks of Hamilton County. Enjoy the outdoors from the indoors as we open up the natural world around you through discussions about the nature of southwest Ohio. From the tallest trees to the smallest invertebrates, everything is connected. Join us for interviews with nature interpreters, conservationists and other experts as we look for our link and explore our role in the outdoors.

Take It Outdoors Great Parks of Hamilton County

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Take It Outdoors is a production of Great Parks of Hamilton County. Enjoy the outdoors from the indoors as we open up the natural world around you through discussions about the nature of southwest Ohio. From the tallest trees to the smallest invertebrates, everything is connected. Join us for interviews with nature interpreters, conservationists and other experts as we look for our link and explore our role in the outdoors.

    Episode 1: Born of Fire

    Episode 1: Born of Fire

     
    In this episode of Take It Outdoors, we dive into the esoteric world of salamanders. Great Parks’ nature interpreter Tom Hughes joins us to discuss these elusive amphibians, including when and where to find them and why ancient people thought they were “born of fire.”
     

    • 9 min
    Episode 2: Eagles and Oxbows

    Episode 2: Eagles and Oxbows

     
    In this episode of Take It Outdoors, we take a walk through oxbow wetland habitats. Jon Seymour, President of Oxbow, Inc., joins us to discuss how a bird once described as having “bad moral character” is now benefiting from local land conservation efforts.
     

    • 21 min
    Episode 3: Prairies on Fire

    Episode 3: Prairies on Fire

    In this episode of Take It Outdoors, Great Parks’ own Tom Borgman and Chris Glassmeyer join us to discuss how prescribed burns are beneficial to prairies. We’ll also tell you where to experience the succession of prairie plants after a prescribed burn.

    • 30 min
    Episode 4: The Call of the Frog

    Episode 4: The Call of the Frog

     
    In this episode of Take It Outdoors, Great Parks’ own Zurijanne Carter and Suzanne Roth explain the differences between frogs and toads. Join us as we listen to the grand symphony of calls during the amphibian mating season.
     

    • 19 min
    Episode 5: History in the Making, Geologically Speaking

    Episode 5: History in the Making, Geologically Speaking

    Ohio’s geologic history is long, ever-changing, and sometimes mysterious. Local geologist Jon Walters and Great Parks interpreter Angela Marczi take us on a journey through that history; exploring the role geology has taken in shaping both nature and culture.

    • 34 min
    Episode 6: Plant Diversity: Shaker Trace Nursery

    Episode 6: Plant Diversity: Shaker Trace Nursery

    In this episode of Take It Outdoors, Great Parks’ own Tim Osborne discusses the importance of plant diversity in our native ecosystem and the role Shaker Trace Nursery at Miami Whitewater Forest plays in fostering that diversity.

    • 18 min

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