Nature News

Every Saturday on WTZQ at 7am you can listen to Nature News with Carlton Burke and Dan Lazar.

Naturalist and educator Carlton Burke lives in Mills River, NC where he operates an educational service called “Carolina Mountain Naturalists” which specializes in presenting live animal and nature programs and displays for area schools, summer camps, and many other organizations. Carlton was also on staff for over 25 years as the Curator of Exhibits at the Western North Carolina Nature Center in Asheville, NC. He is also a state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator and can be heard each Saturday morning co-hosting NATURE NEWS, a local, hour-long radio program, featuring news from the natural world around the western NC region.

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The past month’s Nature News programs are below:

Nature News Podcasts

Nature News 2/27/21

Co host Dan Lazar joins Carlton Burke via ZOOM from Oregon for today’s Nature News program. Some of our topics today include American Woodcocks and their unusual sounds, rare bird sightings, a cockroach species that mates for life, and

Nature News 2/20/21

Co host Dan Lazar joins Carlton Burke via ZOOM from Oregon for today’s Nature News program. Today learn about the world’s largest organism, a black bear hibernating under a home, a special recorded report about the 2021

Nature News 2/13/21

Co host Dan Lazar joins Carlton Burke via ZOOM from Oregon for today’s Nature News program. Today on NATURE NEWS we discuss the Emerald Ash Borer, Hemlock Wooly Adelgids, Gypsy Moths, and more

Nature News 2/6/21

Co host Dan Lazar joins Carlton Burke via ZOOM from Oregon for today’s Nature News program. Topics today include the upcoming Great Backyard Bird Count, the new North Carolina Bird Atlas program, local skunks, crabs of the

Nature News 1/30/21

Once again, co-host Dan Lazar joins Carlton Burke in the NATURE NEWS studio via ZOOM from Eugene, Oregon. Today lots of information on a local natural event happening right now – the annual breeding movement of wood frogs around the