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January 27, 2013: Staring Up At Sequoias, Climbing Rock with Ice Axes, and More

On this week’s episode of National Geographic Weekend radio show, we chat with the winner from Ouray, Colorado’s ice festival mixed climbing event, then we meet The President, General Grant and several other very tall trees with bigger names, and finally, we learn just how dangerous an amorous yak can be.

Arctic Alaska’s Conservation Conundrum

In the wake of Alaska’s pre-approval for aerial hunting of grizzly bears, muskoxen expert Dr. Joel Berger looks at the broader conservation issue of how we sustain biological diversity in a given landscape and when – if at all – humans should intervene.