Scattered Episode 06: Bears – Interviews with Dan, Dave and Lyle

Dan Zadra, David Lewis, and Lyle Willmarth all work with Colorado Parks & Wildlife. Many big thanks to these men for sharing their wisdom with me! Dan is a Wildlife/Property Technician who used to be a hunting guide. Dave works seasonally and part-time with CPW, and Lyle is full-time veteran with over 25 years underContinue reading “Scattered Episode 06: Bears – Interviews with Dan, Dave and Lyle”

Scattered Episode 05: Interview with Kevin Blecha

Kevin Blecha is a Wildlife Biologist with Colorado Parks & Wildlife. His graduate & published work focuses on risk and reward in wildlife feeding behaviours. His research has included looking at the feeding behaviours of mountain lions. In this episode we talk about: the typical feeding behaviour of mountain lions (cougars, puma, panthers) whether orContinue reading “Scattered Episode 05: Interview with Kevin Blecha”

Scattered Episode 04: Interview with Pamela Mayne Correia

Pamela Mayne Correia is a Forensic Anthropologist with 30 years’ experience. She is one of three Forensic Anthropologists on contract to the Province of Alberta. She specializes in cremated remains and currently works at the University of Alberta. In this episode we talk about: what attracted Pam to and sustained her interest in forensic anthropologyContinue reading “Scattered Episode 04: Interview with Pamela Mayne Correia”

Scattered Episode 01: Introduction

This is an introduction to the podcast series. I address the question of why I’d make a podcast on scattered and scavenged remains. Why knowing about scattered and scavenged remains is important Why doing research on scattered and scavenged remains is important How scattered and scavenged remains impact forensic cases, finding the missing person orContinue reading “Scattered Episode 01: Introduction”

Scattered Episode 02: Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young

Dr. Alexandria Young is a forensic archaeologist. She obtained her PhD with the study entitled, “An Investigation of patterns of mammalian scavenging in relation to vertebrate skeletal remains in a Northwestern European context: forensic applications”, from Bournemouth University in 2013. In this episode we talk about: Alexandria’s journey to doing a PhD on scattered andContinue reading “Scattered Episode 02: Interview with Dr. Alexandria Young”