Creature Comforts | Pet Day - July 2022
Dr. Majure answers another round of pet questions for Creature Comforts monthly all-pet show. If you want to submit any pet questions or share your latest brush with nature (we love pictures) simply email us: email@example.com.
Creature Comforts | Migratory Birds of Mississippi
On today’s show, we welcome Dr. Frank Moore, Distinguished Professor Emeritus University of Southern Mississippi. For over 30 years he, his students & other collaborators have studied the biology of migratory songbirds across North America, but most intensely along the northern coast of Gulf Mexico. Today we will talk about these migratory birds that visit Mississippi along their migration. As always, Dr. Troy Majure, DVM, with the Animal Medical Center, and Libby Hartfield, retired director of the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, take your pet questions and talk about your latest brushes with nature! Join the conversation by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creature Comforts | Ramps and Piers
Freshwater fishing opportunities abound in Mississippi with over 4,000 miles of streams and 282,000 acres of lakes and reservoirs. Today we welcome back Dennis Riecke from the MDWFP to talk fishing and the Ramps & Piers Program, where the new ramps located, who can use them, and what is biting this time of year.As always, Dr. Troy Majure, DVM, with the Animal Medical Center, and Libby Hartfield take your pet questions and talk about your latest brushes with nature!Join the conversation by email: email@example.com.
Creature Comforts | Rain and Frogs
The entire state has experienced buckets of wet weather for the past couple of days, and the entire summer, as a whole. While people often worry about flooding and water damage, large amounts of rain affect quality and quantity of breeding habitats for our Mississippi wildlife as well. Biologist Joe Magee joins the program to talk about his observations during this rainy season. As always, Dr. Troy Majure, DVM, with the Animal Medical Center, and Libby Hartfield answer your pet and creature questions!Join the conversation by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.