Once upon a time there was an amazing storyteller named Andy Offutt Irwin, one day I interviewed him about his awards, favorite and least favorite jobs, and awards he is proud of listen on to see why I Had To Ask.
“From tiny acorns, big oaks grow.” Dr. Rudy Mancke has been given many awards from many associations yet being outdoors in nature is what he finds most rewarding. This former USC professor and co-host of South Carolina ETV’s NatureScene talked to me about where he got his roots and how young students can become as knowledgeable as him. Listen in to see why I Had to Ask.
I spent my summer at camp and got to know a man I call Dr. Steve, you can imagine my surprise when I discovered that the guy treating my ear infection was actually a leading pediatric neurologist. I knew had some questions I had to ask.
Would YOU let a tiger suck on your finger? Bob Matthews mothered a tiger cub, and even has a callous on his finger to prove it! Listen to hear how this Instructor at Yavapai College in Prescott Arizona teaches students about the wilderness. If you love nature, want to hear about tracking animals, or want to know about raising a tiger cub listen to this podcast!
Q:What is it like to track bears?
A: It is quite difficult, the bears have a soft foot pad so they are hard to track.
I talk with Dr.David Framm a cardiologist in Charlotte,North Carolina. Dr.Framm talked to me about being a doctor,why he does it, advice he has given and received, and who and what inspires him. Dr. Framm has won many awards,honors, and recognition.
Want to be a doctor? Listen to this podcast!
Q: Where did you go to medical school?
A: I went to George Washington University,