The East to West Hunting Podcast with Todd Waldron is a community of hunter-angler conservationists focusing on mentorship and conservation awareness. Our aim to help get you started and keep you going with your outdoor pursuits. We are a voice for average DIY hunters and anglers, the North American Conservation Model and for wildlife & future generations that can’t speak for themselves.
Conservation Research in the Adirondack Park - A Convo with Drs. Heidi Kretser & Michale Glennon
Dr. Heidi Kretser of the Wildlife Conservation Society and Dr. Michale Glennon of the Adirondack Watershed Institute join us this week to talk about their fascinating ecological and social science research throughout the Adirondack Park. We're talking land use management and wildlife populations. Should we disperse hiking activity outside the High Peaks? What's the impact of working forests? How does increased demand for rural housing impact habitat? Thanks for listening!
A Comparison of Bigwoods Deer Hunting in Maine & The Adirondacks
Its mid-November and we hope you're all out enjoying a safe hunting season. Todd just returned from a 3 day big woods deer hunt in western Maine and he's breaking down how he went about trip planning, creating a hunting strategy and more. He's also offering a comparative analysis of hunting deer in Maine and the Adirondacks - how each rank in terms of deer numbers, remoteness, finding deer sign, logging activity and more. Thanks for listening and enjoy your time in the woods!
EP: 116 - A Holistic Approach to Hunting with Bruce McGlenn
Bruce McGlenn of the Human Nature Hunting School in Washington State joins Todd this week on the podcast. Bruce is a lifelong hunter with 35 years of experience and is a certified Master Hunter and outdoor instructor. We're talking about the role that hunting, angling and foraging can play in healing connections between humans and nature. We're also discussing Bruce's personal journey - hunting with his family, leaving a professional engineering career to become a hunting teacher and more.
4,000 Days in the Woods with An Adirondack Guide - Jamie Fraiser
We had the opportunity to catch up with Adirondack Guide Jamie Frasier earlier this summer at his Adirondack Mountain & Stream guide and taxidermy shop. Jamie has 36 years of guiding experience and has spent several thousand days in the woods. He's talking about what its like being an Adirondack guide & sharing numerous tips to get you started on your outdoor journey. Recorded on July 7, 2020 in Igerna, New York.
Advanced Wind Hunting Strategies with Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes
Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes in central New York joins us again on the podcast to talk about advanced wind hunting strategies. He explains the fundamentals of air movement across various terrain features, thermals, aspect, prevailing winds, seasonal considerations, fog and more. It can take a lifetime of hunting to understand air movement and Jon is sharing his experience with the listeners to help shorten your learning curve. Thanks Jon!
Adam Sanders - Singer/Songwriter & Realtree Ambassador
We're excited to be talking with country music singer & hit songwriter Adam Sanders this week on the podcast about the intersection of songwriting & the outdoors. Adam is also a Realtree ambassador and has written huge hits like "Hell of A Night" for Dustin Lynch and "Ain't Worth the Whiskey" by Cole Swindell. He recently released "Drink, Drank, Drunk" and we're talking about everything from early memories of Nashville to why hunting should be about exploring your personal relationship with the outdoors.
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As someone who is new to hunting and also lives in the ADK this show is great for so many reasons. Very informative episode topics and guests. A great outdoors podcast
A MUST LISTEN!!!! All hunters need to listen to this episode. Tanah’s explanation of why we hunt finally illuminates the true reason. The hunters’ code should be part if our breath as we venture into the woods this fall!!!
Todd Waldron, Forester
Great Podcast Todd. Brings back lots of memories of a great career, I was proud to be called Forester. At Paul Smiths we had a saying, “ six months ago I couldn’t spell Foruster, now I are one”.
Hope you and your family are well.
Blessings my friend.