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October 14, 2015  

Episode 3 is here discussing the resonance and abundance of people and views on the internet. Finding support for the negative and positive things of the world, for over 2 decades! An interesting discussion on social effects of the internet.

Support the show and Danny Hauger Music on Spotify! "If I Grow Up" is now live on Google Play! Its available now also on iTunes ($10) and Amazon ($8). 

Download the song "Losing Sleep" FREE from Danny Hauger Podcasts (right click and save) The latest Danny Hauger album release celebrates home produced, written, and recorded songs from 10 year acoustic performer Danny Hauger from California.

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October 2, 2015  

On the second episode of Danny and JessiCast, our heroes continue their road warrioring up to Chico, California. Along the way, a conversation over candy people, and people who like candy lead to a consideration of the mass transit trucking career field. There are no candy people by the way. I like to think that there could be, one day... with science.

Enjoy the trip with us, and the moments shared on an impromptu drive through Northern California. Beep.... beeep... beeep, this truck is hitting the road. Enjoy the show!

Support the show and Danny Hauger Music! "If I Grow Up" is now live on Google Play! Its available now also on iTunes ($10) and Amazon ($8). 

Download the song "Losing Sleep" FREE from Danny Hauger Podcasts (right click and save) The latest Danny Hauger album release celebrates home produced, written, and recorded songs from 10 year acoustic performer Danny Hauger from California. The sound is a combination of alternative, modern rock, and acoustic singer/songwriter material inspired by Guster, Oasis, Nada Surf, and the Gin Blossoms. I hope people around the world have enjoyed the 2,000+ free downloads of the single here, "Losing Sleep"You can follow me @DannyHauger and @DHXmusic on Twitter. Subscribe to this podcast and get free music downloads from Danny Hauger every month!

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September 27, 2015  

Danny and JessiCast episode 1 features a comparison metaphor that compares feeding the ducks with being on one side of an idea. The conversation focuses on the knowledge that feeding ducks is a treasured memory for many families. Even though we know the bread we feed the ducks negatively affects the quality of the life of the animals.

Looking for more details on that? Here's a great source
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Is it good to feed waterfowl?

No, artificial feeding is actually harmful to waterfowl.

Artificial feeding of waterfowl can cause:

  • Poor nutrition
  • Increased hybridization
  • Water pollution
  • Delayed migration
  • Concentrations at unnatural sites
  • Overcrowding
  • Spread of disease
  • Costly management efforts
  • Unnatural behavior
  • Cumulative effects
  • Devaluation of the species

Read on to explore this issue and decide for yourself whether you want to continue feeding waterfowl.

Nutrition

It would seem that providing food for ducks and geese would make them healthier. However, this is not the case. Waterfowl at artificial feeding sites are often found to suffer from poor nutrition. In natural settings, waterfowl seek and feed on a variety of nutritious foods such as aquatic plants, natural grains, and invertebrates. Many of the items commonly used to feed waterfowl (bread, corn, popcorn, etc.) are low in protein and are very poor substitutes for natural foods.

Natural foods are also widely scattered. Ducks and geese are able to find these foods and eat them in relative seclusion. At artificial feeding sites, competition for each scrap or kernel is high. Some ducks and geese (usually the youngest) are unable to compete for handouts.

Visible symptoms of poor nutrition and advanced stages of starvation are often seen at artificial feeding sites. For example, waterfowl may have drooping wings or may lose their ability to fly.“

The idea that this podcast discusses is whether knowing something is bad prevents you from doing it, enjoying it, outlawing it, prohibiting it, or just being mindful of the fact is a path you may follow down. The same is true about our positions on most any issues. Take a listen!

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