Julie Woodyer–director of Zoocheck Canada

by | Aug 9, 2004

Julie Woodyer–director of Zoocheck Canada, a Canada-based organization devoted to protecting wild animals, with a particular emphasis on captive wild animals & issues–discusses its history & evolution, array of concerns (primarily focused in Canada, but with a global reach), as well as some of its more recent, successful campaigns, and her own hair-raising tale of being struck by a U.S. Coast Guard vessel while protesting a Makah whale hunt in Washington.[www.zoocheck.com]

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COMEDY CORNER: Woody Allen’s “The Moose”
MUSIC: Tindersticks’ version of Tom Waits’ “Mockingbird,” Dirty Dozen Brass Band’s “Dead Dog In The Street,” instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: “Pop Goes The Weasel”

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