Killifish Hour – Care and Up Keep of Scriptaphyosemions



On Saturday December 20th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, are you interested in caring for and keeping Killifish ? Then join long time killifish keeper Ken McKeighen and his cohost fellow killifish keeper Chris Weatheford as they discuss the care and keeping of the Scriptaphyosemions, a beautiful west African genus of colorful killifish. Ken was keeping this group when it was still called “Roloffia”. This show will be loaded with lots of great advice.–care-and-up-keep-of-scriptaphyosemions

Fine Art of Paleontology – Microfossils



On Monday December 22nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen along with Ken Boorman as they discuss microfossils. Ken McKeighen will explain the different types of microfossils and what they demonstrate, from sponges to fusilinids to conodonts and more.

Microfossils are a heterogeneous bunch of fossil remains studied as a single discipline because rock samples must be processed in certain ways to remove them and microscopes must be used to study them–microfossils

Dialogos con la Naturaleza – Nature Talks



On Friday December 19th at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are excited to announce a new monthly program geared towards the Spanish community worldwide. The hosts of this show will be Henry McKeighen and Frank Aguirre. Biologist Victor Ortiz Cruz is the first guest scheduled to launch this awesome new show. He is the current champion for Northamerica in biotope right now. He took 3rd place in the past AGA in Russia last month.

Dialogos con la Naturaleza – Acuarios, conservación y algo más.–nature-talks

American Cave Conservation Association – David G. Foster, Executive Director



On Tuesday December 16th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are excited to be welcoming Dave Foster, Executive Director of the ACCA, to Natures Talk Show to discuss cave conservation. We will learn some fascinating details of cave ecosystems and groundwater issues. There are amazing animals and plants that have evolved in cave conditions. Created on An Ecological Mandate

ACCA is concerned with all caves, regardless of their mode of origin or location. However, most caves are found in the earth’s more water-soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, marble and gypsum.  The lands in which these types of caves are found are called karst or karstlands.

In karst, there is appreciable groundwater movement through dissolved-out  openings in the bedrock; karstlands often have features such as sinkholes, sinking streams, springs, and sometimes caves.

Approximately 20% of the United States is karst.  In karst, the surface and the subsurface are intimately connected; cave and groundwater resources cannot be widely used without careful land use of the surface.  Simply put, clean caves and karst equal clean water.–david-g-foster-executive-director

Fine Art of Paleontology – Echinoderms



Monday December 15th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen as he and Ken Boorman discuss the echinoderms, a group of animals that includes crinoids, blastoids, cystoids, starfish, urchins and sea cucumbers. Ken McKeighen has studied and collected many species of echinoids in deposits from Indiana to New Mexico Including complete crinoids, cystoids and blastoids from Indiana’s famous Silurian deposits. Chat with us on the homepage of our website and ask your questions for the guys. We will answer them live on the air and our webpage.–echinoderms

Nano Reef Hour – Gift Ideas Part 2



On Sunday December 14th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5 pm pst, Joe, Albert and Ken will continue their gift suggestions for those interested in more advanced ideas for your Nano Reef Tank. We welcome your suggestions on this show for gifts  and invite you to join us in our chat on the homepage of our awesome new website on the home page. Say hello and leave an idea for other listeners as well.–gift-ideas-part-2

Hosting Opportunities – Natures Talk Show


Are you or someone you know interested in becoming a radio show host on Natures Talk Show ? Would you like to help promote awareness of preserving Nature ? Please contact us if you are !! Thank you !

Because of the growth of Natures Talk Show, we are looking to expand into many other areas of Conservation and Preservation. We are now taking applications to be a host on Natures Talk Show. If you are in a certain field  or involved in conservation projects regarding habitat or other areas we are interested in talking with you. Radio Talk Hosting experience preferred but not needed (training will be provided).  If anyone is interested or would like more information about this amazing opportunity please contact us via our contact form.


Invasive Species – Nan Calvert – Wisconsin



On Wednesday December 10th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we welcome Nan Calvert of Seno Kenosha/Racine Land Trust Conservancy to the show. Nan is the Education Director at Senokrit and reaches out into the communities to help train and share valuable information to those interested in protecting our natural habitats from invasive species.–nan-calvert–wisconsin

Betta Time – Eastern Betta Society



On Saturday December 6th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst. Betta Time we will be talking with Eastern Betta Society’s Jackie Hutcherson, Natasha Patten, and Beverly Fincannon about EBS’s new BAP program and then we will talk about Wild Bettas. Join us at 8pm est.–eastern-betta-society

Keeping and Raising Lovebirds



On Friday December 12th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will be discussing how to successfully keep and raise lovebirds. Perhaps some of the most beautiful birds who also generally mate for life. Lovebirds are 13 to 17 centimeters in length and 40 to 60 grams in weight. They are among the smallest parrots, characterized by a stocky build, a short blunt tail, and a relatively large, sharp beak. Wildtype lovebirds are mostly green with a variety of colors on their upper body, depending on the species. The Fischer’s lovebird, black-cheeked lovebird, and the masked lovebird have a prominent white ring around their eyes. Many color mutant varieties have been produced by selective breeding of the species that are popular in aviculture.