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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Bonobos: The Evolution of Happiness

Learn about pygmy chimpanzees in Philippe Guy Simon's presentation to a recent Greenfield Public Library Thursday Morning Club gathering.

Local Bias with Philippe Simon

#179 --- Recorded November 19, 2018

Host Marian Kelner (left) talks with Philippe Simon (right) about the social lives of Bonobos, also known as pygmy chimpanzees, and the implications for human interactions.


The Money Doctor --- Songline Emu Farm, Gill, Massachusetts

#28 --- Songline Emu Farm

Baby Emus! Need we say more? Come and meet Geri, Stan and Dee Dee as we learn about emus from incubation to adult. This local farm distributes product across the globe, but it’s the small town feel that is so appealing.  This show blends an informational and educational interview on The Money Doctor set with the fun of a location filming at the farm.  If you love animals as much as I do, you just HAVE to tune in to meet Red Number Four, Cary Grant and the others.  Too much fun!


A Look at Hunting

January 4, 2013

Enthusiasts Joe Judd and Gary Pelletier share what they love about this sport and highlight some interesting facts about it.

Cleaning Up After Your Pet is Important

From a Greenfield Department of Public Works (DPW) press release:

The Dept of Public Works would like to remind residents of the importance of cleaning up wastes from their dogs.  It is estimated that there are over 2300 dogs in Greenfield.  Over the past few years the Town has been installing dog “potty stations” in many areas to facilitate the proper cleanup of dog wastes.  Currently stations are located at Beacon Field, Shattuck Park (north and south sides), the swimming area, bike path, Hillside Park, Green River Park and the Energy Park.

Dakin Gets Facelift

May 15, 2012

Homeless pets in Franklin & Hampshire counties, and their caregivers, have a great new space in which to live and work.

Bald Eagle Survey 2012

From a Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs press release:

On Friday, January 13, 2012, officials from the Department of Fish and Game’s (DFG) Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) will conduct a statewide bald eagle survey of the coast and major rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. The Massachusetts survey is part of an annual nationwide Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey that began January 4 and runs through January 18.

Rescue Me

Anyone who loves animals and art should not miss the Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society's July 14th fundraiser.  The paintings of Tony Palumbo and good homes for adorable animals.  What could be better?