“A child won’t grow up caring about nature, wanting to protect and preserve it, if it has never learned to love it.”
A podcast for parents/teachers of eco kids.
Introducing you to books, films, events and methods to help you rewild your child (or just start them off wild) . . . So we can save the planet!
Featuring interviews with authors, photographers, scientists, conservationists and educationists.
(Part of the POWEs group and a proud member of the Twig.fm extraordinary women podcasters for the planet channel)
Wilderkids is currently on a break. There’s only one of us behind the scenes and whilst I love doing the podcast, it’s a lot of work and I need to take a break in order to get another POWEs book finished and all the artwork done for an exciting collaboration I’m doing with wildlife photographer friend. Thank you for stopping by – we’ll be back soon.
Environmental podcast with wildlife biologist and giraffe expert Monica Bond. Today is World Giraffe Day and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate it than chatting to giraffe expert and... READ MORE
Environmental podcast interview about children’s books and films. It’s been a while since I’ve had my good friend and fellow podcaster Tash (from My Home Planet) on the show, so I thought I’d... READ MORE
Environmental podcast with wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas. On today’s show I’m delighted to introduce you to wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas. I had such a blast talking to Suzi that I couldn’t even edit... READ MORE
Environmental podcast with Georgie Dolphin Since beginning this conservation journey the most amazing people keep entering my life. I am continually awed and inspired by their passion and dedication to shaping this... READ MORE
Environmental podcast with The Connies’ Roberto D’Andrea. On this week’s show we’re joined by Roberto D’Andrea, part of a touring performance troupe called the Connies, born of the rich 112 year Melbourne... READ MORE
Environmental podcast with The Black Mambas. 5 years ago the first all female anti-poaching unit was created to combat wildlife crime, particularly rhino poaching, in the greater Kruger National Park in north... READ MORE