Mary Robson presents the Observations and Upcoming Events portions, and Nan Evans ventures out to go clamming and “digging for dinner” with Camille Speck and Doug Rogers of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Closing music is “Intelligent Clam,” performed by Keith Munslow.
Host Debaran Kelso speaks in studio with Joe Arnett, the rare plant botanist for the Washington Department of Natural Resources Natural Heritage Program, and discusses the endangered golden paintbrush and the threats to prairie habitat. Closing music is “Prairie Wind,” performed by Neil Young.
Host Kate Dwyer, assisted by Owen Rowe with Observations and Upcoming Events, discusses Snow Geese & Swans of the Skagit Delta by phone with La Conner-based Paul DeBruyn, Assistant District Wildlife Biologist with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Closing music is “Swan,” performed by Right Said Fred.