CBC Homestretch: California Condor • Going Wild
Brian has been talking about his wildlife adventures on CBC Radio for nearly three decades now. The last time Brian talked about the California Condor was back in October of 1991. A lot has happened since then!
Breakfast Television: Beluga Whale Watching • Going Wild
Brian was featured on Breakfast Television this week. In the segment, he takes viewers on a whale watching tour to Churchill, Manitoba, where he gets up close and personal with some Belugas.
CBC Homestretch: Crayfish • Going Wild
On any given day, you can see people catching, and releasing fish along the Bow River here in Calgary and outside the city limits. But very few people are catching crayfish and eating them. Brian Keating is one of those adventurous types.
CBC Homestretch: West African Green monkey in Barbados • Going Wild
Monkeys are fascinating, territorial creatures. Brian Keating joined Doug Dirks in studio for a closer look at some of his most recent monkeying around on the island of Barbados.
CBC Homestretch: Barbados • Going Wild
This week on The Homestretch: Naturalist Brian Keating has already spent several decades observing wildlife in this great country of ours, so he’s decided to check out some of the bird brains hanging out on the island of Barbados.
Brian Keating Recognized by Canadian Wildlife Federation as an Extraordinary Canadian • Going Wild
Brian Keating was among those celebrated during Canada 150 by the Canadian Wildlife Federation for being an extraordinary Canadian!
CBC Homestretch: 'Matador' Hummingbirds in Ecuador • Going Wild
It's never a "Blue Monday" when Brian Keating joins from his latest wildlife adventure in some sunny climate in the dead of our Canadian winter.
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The Homestretch with Doug Dirks and Jenny Howe: The sun, the surf and the slime. The latter probably ISN'T a well-known or even welcome part of a day at the beach. But according to our naturalist Brian Keating, the slimy smelly microfilm is an integral part of the survival of some birds.