Celebrating the Holidays – Animal Gab Radio

Celebrating the Holidays on Animal Gab Radio!

Pet Companion Aza Cody w guests Cati Foss, Cee Joppe and Jacque Pressely.

Tips on helping your critters cope with crowds, over eating and the noise of holiday gatherings.

Enjoy!

Happy Birthday to my Boy Blackwolf Cody.

You were the Best of the two of us.

Ever Missed.

Love,

your Mom

 

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Healing Power of Animals : Talk w/ a Tail

Animal Gab Radio host interviews LuRain Penny on her experiences with pets ability to heal their people.

We all know they give us emotional well being – can they even have an impact on our physical health too?

This video is part of a new series of Animal Gab Radio vlogs and podclips up coming.

To hear the full radio programs – visit our page at coastradio.org

Thanks!

AGR

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Oceana : The Amazing Animals that live in the Sea, part 1

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This Talk with a Tail is Oceana: The Amazing Animals that live in the Sea, part 1.
Featuring an in-depth interview with Nate Sandel.
Live streaming at coastradio.org
Podcasts are usually available on our AGR page within 24 to 72 hours.

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Nate Sandel  Photo Credit: codifyer
Nate is the Education Director of the Columbia River Maritime Museum located in Astoria, Oregon.
A wonderful speaker and teacher.  So dedicated to his subject – he brought show and tell to the radio interview!
He was a wealth of information and details about the marine creatures that live in the Pacific Northwest Ocean.
We have California Sea lions, Grey, Blue, Humpback, and Fin Whales, Orcas and Harbor Porpoises, 15 kinds of Shark, all types of crustaceans & fish, plus many bird species.
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Harbor Porpoise Ear Bone  Photo Credit: codifyer
He turned me on to ARKive – a Nature video site where you can find wonderful films of all sorts of animals and post your own.
 Having an abundance of Marine Life is not without problems.
California Sea lions, for example, are felt to impinge on commercial fishing.
Only males live in Oregon waters. They come here to feed and go back down to California to breed.
According to the Oregon Mammal Marine Stranding Network, most of the dead or dying Sea lions on our beaches have been shot.
It is a felony for a member of the public to injure or kill a Sea lion in Oregon.
However, they are regularly hot ironed branded, removed, or chemically euthanized by the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife as a form of environmental management.
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California Sea Lion Skull  Photo Credit: codifyer
According to Nate, there are no more Sea Otters off the Oregon Coast. They have become extinct in this area for reasons unknown.
Sea Otters are one of the most fascinating Beings, and Nate’s favorite.
He told me many wonderful facts about their way of being – including their tool use and the evolution of a pocket where they keep them on their bodies.
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Sea Otter Pockets Photo credit : Oregon Coast Aquarium
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Sea Otter Skull  Photo Credit: codifyer
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Sea Otter Interior  Photo Credit: codifyer
I thank Nate Sandel for contributing to Animal Gab Radio and spending his time to educate us all on the amazing animals that live around us.
I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did.
The next Animal Gab Radio program is Oceana, part 2 featuring an interview with the Seaside Aquarium and the Marine Mammal Stranding Network and Lynn Buckmaster, Ocean Environmentalist and specialist on Plastic Marine Pollution.
All the sounds on this Talk with a Tail are of the Ocean and Free Animals.
Thanks for listening!
Cheers!
aza

Animal Gab Radio : Talk with a Tail ~ Celebrating Holidays with Pets

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Animal Gab Radio  November 8 at 9:30am on Coast Community Radio 91.9FM.

This Talk with a TailCelebrating Holidays With Pets: Fun and Food for Dogs and Cats

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Music Playlist
Theme Music from Animals by Bonobo, Black Sands Album
Cat Rambles into Child’s Saucepan by Cherish the Ladies from One and All
Tiger Rag by Bennie Goodman from Slipped Disc
Top Cat Theme written by Hoyt Curtin from the popular T.V. Cartoon Show 1961-62
Le Banquet by Rachel Portman from the film Chocolat
 George Burns and Gracie Allen in Buying a Dog from the long running Radio Show 1937 – 1950
Salsa Verde by Willie and Lobo from Gypsy Boogaloo
 Happy Holidays by Percy Faith and His Orchestra
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Interview
Cati Foss, Arnicadia Dog Training,  Astoria, Oregon
Miss Jean, Volunteer for Cat Adoption Team,  Sherwood, Oregon
Jacque Pressley, Angels for Sara Sanctuary for Senior Dogs,  Warrenton, Oregon
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Live Stream or listen to Podcasts available at coastradio.org.
Animal Gab Radio is written and produced by Aza Cody.
Ms. Cody is an artist, animal advocate and pet chef.
As the Pet Companion, she cares for dogs and cats from Manzanita to Astoria, Oregon
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 The next Talk with a Tail is The Healing Power of Animals ~ Stories of Comfort and Care

December 13, 2016 at 9:30am

Thanks for listening!

Cheers,

aza

Animal Gab Radio: Talk with a Tail ~ Scary Beasties! Myth to Urban Legend

Animal Gab Radio  October 11 at 9:30am on Coast Community Radio 91.9FM.

This Talk with a TailScary Beasties! from Myth to Urban Legend

Special Guest Debby Twombly, Teacher and Children’s Programmer for 33 years.

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Music Playlist
Theme Music from Animals by Bonobo, Black Sands Album
Beastie by Jethro Tull
Chasing the Dragon by Trevor Jones on the From Hell Soundtrack
Thrice Welcome by Howard Shore from Desolation of Smaug Soundtrack
Kraken by Hans Zimmer from Pirates of the Carribean, Dead Man’s Chest Soundtrack
Cupacabra  by The Hipwaders
Werewolf by Paul Simon 
Beastie by  Jethro Tull
 Readings
from Beowulf  read by Aza Cody
The Ice Dragon by Oliver Postgate read by Debbie Twombly
from The Odyssey read by Aza Cody
Nicholas McCann from the Bigfoot Encounters Website read by Debbie Twombly
Live Stream or listen to Podcasts available at coastradio.org.
Animal Gab Radio is written and produced by Aza Cody.
Ms. Cody is an artist, animal advocate and pet chef.
As the Pet Companion, she cares for dogs and cats from Manzanita to Astoria, Oregon
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The next Talk with a Tail is Celebrating the Holidays with your Pets: Fun and Food

November 8, 2016 at 9:30am on 91.9FM or streaming on the web at coastradio.org