It's been a while since I posted about our research project on scavenged and scattered remains. What's going on? Last year's sites: Bags of bones! The sites in the Edmonton and Calgary areas were left for about a year. Through July and August of this year, we revisited each and collected the remains, the flags,... Continue Reading →
Scattered, Episode 9 – More Sounds of Dead Pig….
It seems that the previous episode with Amanda Johnson was a turning point for the Scattered podcast. That episode has an average of 200 downloads per day, so I want to thank everyone who listens for listening. It means the world to me that you are listening and interested in this topic! For this new... Continue Reading →
Scattered, Episode 7 – The Sound of Dead Pig….
You've read all about the searches, now listen to how we got there. Yes, it's a bit backward, mostly because producing a podcast episode takes longer than a grizzly bear scavenging on a pig carcass. Who knew? Check out the series of posts ("The Smell of Dead Pig in the Morning") that features pictures and... Continue Reading →
Scattered, Episode 6 – ….. and Bears, oh my!
This episode was, admittedly, derailed by life. It took a while, but it did get back on track. Again, I tapped the wisdom of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife team to learn more about bear scavenging and if scattering of remains was involved. Dan Zadra, David Lewis, and Lyle Willmarth all gave generously of their... Continue Reading →