Talking Apes Podcast
Talking Apes Podcast is GLOBIO’s latest initiative to spread awareness about the issues facing apes in the wild. Each month, we’ll be chatting with ape experts, enthusiasts, and conservationists from around to world. From research to outreach, our guests are at the forefront of conservation for our wild primate cousins. Join us each month as we unpack the plight of primates, piece by piece.
Catch up on previous episodes and see our lineup for future segments below, you can also follow us through Apple Podcasts & Spotify!
Talking Apes Episodes
Upcoming Guests on Talking Apes
September 21st 2021: Dr Tara Stoinski, President & CEO/Chief Scientific Officer at Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund
Dr. Tara Stoinski has studied gorillas for more than two decades and is the author of over 100 scientific publications and books. Her work has been featured in numerous press outlets, including National Geographic Magazine, CNN, and NPR. We are delighted to have Dr. Stoinski join us for a very special World Gorilla Day as we take a look at what DFGF has accomplished in its 50+ years, and what the next 50 looks like for the organization, conservation, and gorillas everywhere.
October 5th 2021: Dr. Serge Wich, Primate Behavior Ecologist and expert in UAV Conservation Technology
Drones: you see them used in movies, for surveillance, even for food delivery…but for conservation? Dr. Serge Wich joins us this week to discuss how his use of drones helps unpack the mystery of the rainforest and show us a deeper look into Orangutan behavioral ecology. Whether you’re technologically inclined or not, this episode is sure to amaze as we learn more about just how key Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) can be for conserving apes.
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More Updates from Talking Apes
May Primates of the Month: Endangered SpeciesEndangered Species Primates are one of the most species dense taxonomic groups with a huge range of size, social structure, habitat, and appearance. As our closest relatives in the Animal Kingdom, primates - apes especially...
April Primate of the Month: Ring-Tailed LemurThe Ring-Tailed Lemur Found only in Madagascar, lemurs are perhaps the most popular species on the island, with the Ring-Tailed Lemur being the best-known of them all! These mid-sized primates are quite common in zoos...
March Pachyderm of the Month: African Bush ElephantThe African Bush Elephant Pachyderms share the spotlight in March Primate of the Month to help GLOBIO celebrate 20 Years of Connecting Species, People, and Planet. Very few animals are as symbolic and widely...