Paul Ott Carruth

To thousands of wildlife conservationists in all fifty states, the name Paul Ott means a single voice sining out a message to conserve a place for wild things and wild places for future generations to enjoy as we have before them.

To industry, his name means a sensible philosophy of conservation – not preservation. He believes in the economic growth of our country.

To the multi-billion dollar tourism industry, he is the “Voice of the South” as he hosts Listen to the Eagle weekly on Mississippi radio and television.

Paul Ott has presented Listen to the Eagle to all fifty State Governors’ Conventions, to six state legislative sessions, and to over a million school children. He has sung at the request of two United States Presidents. From the Grand Ole Opry to NBC’s First Tuesday to presenting Mississippi’s own Oprah Winfrey her “Angel” award, Paul Ott embodies Mississippi.

Follow Paul Ott Carruth on Twitter: @paulotteagle

Bert Ott Carruth

A lifelong Southerner, the majority of his childhood was spent either in the woods or the waters of southwest Mississippi. Over time, Bert combined his faith, patriotism and love for the outdoors with his natural entertainment ability to provide a message that hits home to outdoorsmen everywhere.

Since finishing his football career at Ole Miss, Bert has called Alabama home. Family and faith have always been important to Bert, whose day job includes working alongside his brother, former Alabama football great Paul Ott Carruth, Jr.

Follow Bert Ott Carruth on Twitter: @BertOttCarruth

About the Show

Listen to the Eagle is a caller-driven show about the outdoors that provides the outdoorsman a voice to tell stories, speak with state and local wildlife officials, and discuss conservation of one of God’s greatest gifts. Listen to the Eagle is the radio home for hunters and fishermen who enjoy the sports as much as preserving the wild things and wild places for future generations to enjoy just as those before them have done.

Whether it’s their greatest day, or the one that got away, outdoorsmen in Mississippi are sure to make Listen to the Eagle their weekly, can’t-miss radio show!