Paul Curtis

Living with Wildlife (Part 2) with Paul Curtis is about wildlife you see in New York.

Episode 114: Living with Wildlife (Part 2)

Paul Curtis re-joins the Nature Calls: Conversations from the Hudson Valley podcast in Part 2 of an informative discussion about living with wildlife in New York State. He is a Professor and Department Extension Leader focused on Natural Resources and the Environment at Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Paul’s focus is on reducing negative impacts associated with wildlife, as he seeks to integrate his extension programming with applied research. He has published more than 80 papers dealing with the management of human-wildlife interactions.

In this episode, in addition to a discussion on black bears, Paul’s extensive wildlife background provides insights into coyotes, fishers, foxes, bobcats, martins, weasels, skunks, opossums, woodchucks, raccoons and more. This episode will enlighten you on the wide range of wildlife that can be found in New York State and how to successfully and peacefully co-exist with them.

Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas

Guest: Paul Curtis

Photo by: Cornell University

Production Support: Linda Aydlett, Deven Connelly, Teresa Golden, Xandra Powers, Annie Scibienski



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Last updated March 28, 2024