Steve Nadeau

Large Carnivore Manager, Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Guest

Large carnivore manager for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, overseeing the state’s bear, mountain lion, and wolf programs

Steve Nadeau on KCRW

The  Endangered Species Act  passed in 1973, based partly on a powerful symbol: the dwindling number of Bald Eagles.

The Politics and the Science behind the Endangered Species List

The Endangered Species Act passed in 1973, based partly on a powerful symbol: the dwindling number of Bald Eagles.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

LGBTQ teens can have a good time in a safe space at the annual Santa Monica High School Queer Prom without the fear of experiencing hate or discrimination.

from Greater LA

“Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington” details the brave and sometimes salacious characters of Washington D.C.’s gay culture during the 20th century.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Scientists are checking LA sewage for coronavirus. As fewer people report test results, health officials say the data helps them see what’s next with the pandemic.

from Greater LA

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has released its first images that show stars and galaxies never before seen. Some are believed to be more than 4 billion years old.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Fingerboards, the palm-sized skateboards you steer with your fingers, are tokens of 1990s nostalgia that’s gaining interest among a new generation of riders.

from Greater LA

LA has been preparing for more traveling patients seeking abortions. Meanwhile, anti-abortion advocates plan to now focus on states like California where the procedure remains legal.

from Greater LA

Does the news really have to be all that bad, or does our addiction to catastrophe drive outlets to deliver what sells? How might today’s media be fixed?

from To the Point

Americans can now call or text 988 to access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. But many mental health centers are still understaffed and struggling to keep up with callers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Employing what it calls “fractional ownership” for second homes, real estate startup Pacaso has left communities scrambling to regulate its model.

from Greater LA