Jeremy Holtz

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Jeremy Holtz is a Wisconsin native. After starting college with plans of teaching high school music, he got married and left school to re-evaluate his long-term career goals. It took a couple of years, but he returned to college to study natural resource conservation. He ultimately earned his Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University in 1998. He worked in Colorado, Kansas, Wisconsin, and Minnesota before returning to Wisconsin as a Wildlife Biologist in Florence in 2006. After five years in Florence, he transferred to Rhinelander, where he has lived with his wife Carol, and their three sons Jay, Brett, and Trey since fall 2011.

Jeremy's series Wildlife Matters can be heard most weeks during Morning Edition on WXPR.

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Next, in his continuing outdoor series "Wildlife Matters", DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz talks about what makes ticks tick, and how you can keep yourself from having the same problem is favorite dog happened to contract.

DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz. Listen again for "Wildlife Matters".

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Next, we hear from DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz with his commentary, "Wildlife Matters". 

He says even though eagle numbers have rebounded, this time of the year can be deadly for our national symbol.

"Wildlife Matters" with DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz is heard most weeks during Morning Edition on WXPR.

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Turkeys are the focus of the on-going series "Wildlife Matters" with Jeremy Holtz. Today he thinks there are many things to be learned during the hunt.

DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz. His series, "Wildlife Matters" is heard most weeks on WXPR.

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Next, we hear from DNR biologist Jeremy Holtz with his continuing series, "Wildlife Matters". Today he explores why birds bother at all to return to the Northwoods.

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Today we have the next installment from Wisconsin DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz as part of his regular contribution "Wildlife Matters". 

Today he tells us about a key member of the food chain.

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For the next installment of "Wildlife Matters" DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz tells us how a tale from "Little House On the Prairie" ties into today's search for the elusive large cat of the woods.

DNR biologist Jeremy Holtz. His program "Wildlife Matters" is heard each week.

Next we hear from DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz with his on-going series, "Wildlife Matters".  He says it's still unknown how our severe winter will affect turkey populations.

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In his continuing series, "Wildlife Matters", DNR biologist Jeremy Holtz says sometimes good intentions don't always end up with the best results.

Next time, Jeremy will be talking about turkeys surviving our long, cold winter.

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Next on his commentary "Wildlife Matters" DNR biologist Jeremy Holtz says there are critters in the woods that can adapt to winter, just like humans.

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Today we debut a new feature: "Wildlife Matters" with DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz. The commentary looks at the animals that call the Northwoods home, and how we interact with them.

With the Olympics underway in Russia, Jeremy says  humans aren't the only ones who like to slalom.

DNR wildlife biologist Jeremy Holtz. Listen for his commentaries in upcoming weeks.

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