Summary: The CryptoNaturalist is a scripted bi-weekly podcast that explores strange nature. A bit true. Mostly fiction. New episodes 3rd/17th.
I don’t want to alarm you, but today’s creature is a lot closer to you than it is to me.
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You are a cryptid worthy of study, a creature of the marshland night, a fascinating animal who is about to make a new friend.
Today we learn about the small, migratory songbird that’s bigger than all existence.
You can’t always believe your ears and you shouldn’t trust cute, furry faces peering up from the sea.
The patchwork islands of greenery nestled on the edges of roadways hold secrets worth our attention.
Beneath our feet, the under hawks glide in search of shadows to pluck from the surface of the world.
There’s a wilderness inside every library. This episode visits one of the nocturnal residents after closing time.
A strange visitor joins the CryptoNaturalist around the campfire for a pleasant, if one-sided, conversation.
The Cryptonaturalist is lost and then found in the usual place, a twisted scientist’s volcano lair.
The CryptoNaturalist is missing, but Cassandra is on the case.
Today we visit an elusive cryptid that hides in plain sight and borrows human voices.
We’re all made of star stuff, some of us more literally than others.
This week we visit home territory and visit a special grove of sassafras trees.
What creature swims through the ocean of the sky? What could graze within the storm? I know the answer. Listen and you will too.