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EOC 127: How an Endangered Species can Help Solve a Missing Persons Case

EOC 127: How an Endangered Species can Help Solve a Missing Persons Case

Today we are digging into our interview archives to explore a particularly bizarre and fascinating question - how can an endangered species recovery program assist in solving a missing-persons case?  The interviews that you’ll be hearing in today’s episode were recorded during production for my first film, Scavenger Hunt, an hour long documentary about California condor recovery and the issue of lead poisoning from spent ammunition.  In addition to former condor recovery program field manager Eddie Feltes, you’ll also be hearing from condor field biologist Sean Putz, as well as from myself.  I spent 4 years working as a condor biologist, and recorded several self-interviews while working on this film project almost a decade ago. Now, most of the time when we discuss the benefits that saving an endangered species might have on human populations, we’re talking about the intrinsic beauty of an animal, or the biological role that animal plays in an ecosystem.  Sometimes we might even delve

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