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  • Pheasants Forever, Iowa (#206)

    The Iowa DNR and Pheasants Forever are working together to make sure upland game birds have a place in the Iowa environment by increasing and improving habitat. 03:15

  • Young Birders, Pike's Peak State Park, Iowa (#206)

    Iowa's Young Birders is one of nineteen bird watching clubs within Iowa but the only one specifically for young people. 02:45

  • Iowa Outdoors (#206) (#206)

    Full Program: It could be said that this edition of Iowa Outdoors is for the birds. We spend some time with a club that is on the lookout for young people who have and interest in bird watching. We get a... 27:45

  • Power Gliders, Madison County, Iowa (#206)

    It's a bird… It's a plane… No, it's Jason Jasnos, who shares a birds eye view of the Iowa landscape. 05:21

  • Kenny Salwey, The Last River Rat (#205)

    Known as the "Last River Rat" Kenny Salwey spent a large part of his life on the backwaters of the Mississippi River. Today he shares life lessons with the rest of the world. 08:46

  • Lake Okoboji Yacht Club, Iowa (#205)

    Over the past three decades, sailing participation has decreased dramatically. But a youth program on Lake Okoboji hopes to create a new generation of sailors. 05:38

  • Blue Green Algae (#205)

    The 2012 drought wreaked havoc on agriculture in the Midwest but it's also hit our state's water quality in some dramatic ways. 05:17

  • Big Creek State Park, Polk County, Iowa (#205)

    Big Creek State Park main lake is the 5th most visited body of water in Iowa. While Big Creek Lake offers a wide variety of aquatic activities, it is only one of the many reasons to visit the park. 04:33

  • Iowa Outdoors (#205) (#205)

    Full Program: In this episode, we go sailing on Lake Okoboji, find out why nearly three quarters of a million people visit Big Creek State Park each year, learn how the drought affected water quality and... 28:45

  • Asian Carp (#204)

    Iowa's rivers and lakes are being threatened by an invasive species that could decimate native fish populations and strike a blow to the state's tourism industry. Iowa Outdoors looks at some of the... 06:58

  • Wildcat Den State Park, Muscatine County, Iowa (#204)

    While there are 85 state parks in Iowa only one of them has a working grist mill and bridge combination. The mill in Wildcat Den State Park was built in 1848 producing flour from locally produced... 05:36

  • Nature Photographer Larry Stone (#204)

    Through his photographs and writings, Larry Stone made a career at the Des Moines Register sharing the magic found in nature. Even though he’s retired Stone continues working to preserve the states... 05:18

  • Outdoor Journey for Girls, Iowa (#204)

    Every summer the Iowa Department of Natural Resources offers a number of camps for young people. The goal of the camps is to cultivate an appreciation of nature by allowing campers to experience a... 05:47

  • Iowa Outdoors (#204) (#204)

    Full Program: This episode examines an invasive species that could have a serious impact on Iowa's waterways, shares a view of the state's landscape as seen by photographer and author Larry Stone and tours... 28:46

  • Iowa's Simple Pleasures (#406) (#406)

    Full Program: Get lost in an amazing autumn maze; explore the all-you-can-eat menu at a scenic spot in Jackson county; learn the history and hardships of life as a hobo; and save room for a Green River or Banana... 28:15

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