Creature Comforts | Pet Day - December 2021
The holiday season is a joyous occasion but can come with some real hazards for our pets. On this all-pet day of Creature Comforts, Dr. Majure talks about some of these potential dangers and how to avoid them.
Creature Comforts | Firefly Nights
The weather is warmer and now those charming bio-luminescent creatures are lighting up the night’s sky.No matter if you call them lightning bugs or fireflies’ people are reporting seeing them around the state.Today we talked with a friend of the show Claire Graves about when and where is the best place to see them. Also, we talk with James Cummins from Wildlife Mississippi about the Mississippi Conservation Stewardship Bill.
Creature Comforts | Pet Day - May 2022
The first Thursday of every month is dedicated to your pet questions answered by Dr. Troy Majure and Libby Hartfield helping with your recent brushes with nature. During this episode they talk about watching out for traveling turtles, taking care of older pets, and what bird calls you should be listening for.
Creature Comforts | Robin Whitfield - Painting Nature
In this edition of Creature Comforts, we welcome master naturalist Robin Whitfield back to the show.As an ecologist, naturalist, and artist, Robin brings people of all ages to better appreciate the natural world with workshops and beautiful art pieces.We catch up with her about her work, admiration for Walter Anderson, and stewardship at the Lee Tart Nature Preserve.Show Links:Robin Whitfield - Mississippi Arts Commission ProfileWalter Anderson: Extraordinary Life and Art of the Islander