Joey Bee is a graduate of Rutgers University. He has attained a masters degree in Environmental Science. He is an accomplished environmental scientist, educator, author, expert outdoorsman, and the host and producer of Joey Bee’s Outdoor Adventure, an online TV show. Joey films all across America and has filmed a pilot TV show for PBS. Joey has researched grizzly bears, wolves, birds of prey, and non-native plant species on the Sage Brush Steppe.
Joey has recorded podcasts on various topics such as: environmental issues, awesome animals, 101 series which introduces listeners to outdoor activities, organic gardening with Inspector Dave, animal ecology and behavior, oceanography, meteorology, geology, astronomy, and outdoor vacations across America. The intro and closing to each podcast has a segment of the Joey Bee’s Outdoor Adventure theme song. (Joey played rhythm guitar on the studio recording.)
Joey has been the Main Stage Speaker for Greenfest, (Bill Nye the Science Guy was the Keynote) and the Master of Ceremonies for Red Mill Ecofest. He has also designed and tested backpacks for Tranquility Mountain. They have just introduced the Joey Bee Signature Series backpacks. Joey is currently designing a backpack fishing rod.
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Signs Of Spring In Middle Of Winter – Podcast #293
As an optimist, I am always looking on the bright side of life. During the coldest week of winter I see many signs of spring! Personally, I love the winter months but who wouldn’t want the smells and colors of spring? The signs are there. So, let’s go find them!
Non-Organic Fruits and Vegetables – Podcast #292
What are you really eating when you have a meal including non-organic fruits and vegetables? On this show I discuss the types of pesticides sprayed on non-organics and if these chemicals can be cleansed away prior to consumption.
Winter Challenge – Podcast #291
Each year I challenge myself to improve in specific areas. I evaluate where I want to improve and create a plan. Due to COVID life as we know it is not normal. So for me, this is the perfect time to initiate the plan. If so desired, this could be a good framework for your...
North American River Otter – Podcast #290
The playful antics of the North American River Otter are more than just a few mud slides. (I am not referring to any drink). This unique mammal has adapted to many ecosystems across the continent. On this show you will learn all about this awesome animal.
Ice Safety 2 – Podcast #289
People use a phrase, ‘you’re walking on thin ice’. I watched a fox walk on thin ice on one of my ponds. I began to think about all the activities that humans do in the winter months. Ice safety is vital. I discuss the science of ice, how to test the ice, specific thicknesses for...
Mistletoe – Facts and Myths – Podcast #288
Before you get that kiss under the mistletoe make sure you know the facts and myths that go along with this parasitic plant. So where did this legend begin? Did you know that there are thousands of varieties of mistletoe?
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