What does on-the-ground conservation look like and who makes it happen? Hosted by wildlife biologist Monty Gregg, this podcast connects you with wildlife and habitat experts through long-form discussion about natural history and conservation. Join Monty as he explores conservation challenges and solutions across the Pacific Northwest.
Monty is the Forest Wildlife Biologist for the Ochoco National Forest and Crooked River National Grassland in Oregon. He has emerged as a national leader in organizing and implementing complex habitat restoration efforts benefitting locally and regionally important fish and wildlife species.
This podcast is produced by the Oregon Wildlife Foundation, with additional support from the Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society.