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!
Upcoming Guests on Talking Apes
April 20th 2021: Dr. Aleah Bowie
Through the emerging field of Conservation Psychology, Dr. Aleah Bowie of Duke University is learning how humans become more aware of conservation issues and how this ultimately can lead to behavior change that benefits all wildlife.
May 4th 2021: Colleen Reed
We first welcomed Colleen Reed, orangutan enthusiast to the show in December 2020, she’ll be joining us again to discuss her work with the primates at the Oregon Zoo and how that’s taken her back and forth to Borneo to volunteer and help train staff at the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOS).
Talking Apes Episodes
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More Updates from Talking Apes
February Primate of the Month: BonobosThe Affectionate Ape February 14th isn't only a global day of love and affection, it also marks International Bonobo Day! It's no surprise that these two coincide as there's much to love about the beautiful bonobo. Learn more...
UPDATE as of 19 February 2021: All Updates at article end (original text published 12 May 2020) Key to our Apes Like Us program is exploring the impact of threats to all great apes; disease is one of the greatest of those threats. In the past two decades multiple...
January Primate of the Month: Japanese MacaqueNothing like a good soak! Japanese Macaques are known worldwide for one of their favorite pastimes: soaking in the hot springs. While swimming may not be wholly unusual for monkeys in general, the adaptability of these...