Podcasts about Lemurs and Madagascar
Podcasts are a fun and engaging way to learn about lemurs and Madagascar. Below are some of our favorites.
Pangolin: The Conservation Podcast
Join host Jack Baker as he discusses under-appreciated and under-explored conservation stories, with the people who have dedicated their lives to these incredible causes! Season 3, the Land of the Lemurs, was created in collaboration with the Lemur Conservation Network.
- Welcome to the Land of the Lemurs (with LCN’s Director, Lucia Rodriguez)
- Spotlight on Ranomafana & Centre ValBio (with Jessie, Hery & Diamondra)
- Taking Ecotourism Online (with Jessie, Hery & Diamondra)
- A Quick Guide to Responsible Tourism (with Dr. Marni LaFleur)
- Wildlife Hunting, Mental Health, and the Restoration of Coral Reefs (with Hervet Randriamady)
- Community Conservation & Government Collaboration (with Hervet Randriamady)
- Protecting Madagascar’s Baobabs (with Dr. Seheno Andriantsaralaza)
- Building a Sustainable Plant Nursery (with Hery, Jessie & Diamondra)
- Protect Lemurs. Empower Women. Further Science. (with Dr Marni LaFleur)
- Learning to Love Lemurs (with Dr Seheno Andriantsaralaza)
- Inspiring, Educating & Building Global Bridges (with Susie Louis)
- Climate Change and the Food Crisis in Madagascar (with SEED Madagascar’s Lisa Bass)
Just the Zoo of Us
Join Ellen and Christian Weatherford as they review species of animals and rate them out of ten in the categories of effectiveness, ingenuity and aesthetics.
Host Brooke Mitchell-Norman, wildlife biologist and conservationist, chats with friends and experts to discuss nature’s biggest questions: How do we save the planet? How can we protect endangered wildlife? Where are the best places to experience nature? Join the conversation, and together we’ll rewild the planet.
This biweekly podcast delivers news and inspiration from nature’s frontline. It features inspiring guests and deeper analysis of global environmental issues.
Sausage of Science Podcast with the Human Biology Association
The Human Biology Association is a vibrant nonprofit scientific organization dedicated to supporting and disseminating innovative research and teaching on human biological variation in evolutionary, social, historical, and environmental context worldwide.
For the Love of Earth
Hear the stories behind the remarkable research, movements, and breakthroughs towards making our little rock around the sun a better home for all living things.
This easy-to-understand French language podcast features Onja Razafindratsima. Learn how she fell in love with the unique plants and animals in Madagascar, and how she decided to protect her home country’s incredible biodiversity.
For the Love of Nature
Sara Clark, the Director of Communications at the Duke Lemur Center, joins the podcast for 2021 World Lemur Day to talk all things lemur. Find out what makes these creatures equally cute and fascinating, why they’re the most endangered group of mammals on Earth, and how you can help conserve them!