Valerie Alker, right, looks on as Florida Gulf Coast University professor Jerry Jackson prepares to record a segment of his show, “With the Wild Things,” inside the talk studio at the WGCU public media station in Fort Myers on Thursday afternoon. Jackson, who currently is working on a project involving an invading iguana population in Boca Grande, records short segments for the show, which airs on WGCU radio each day at 7:19 a.m.

Photo by Cary Edmondson, Daily News

Valerie Alker, right, looks on as Florida Gulf Coast University professor Jerry Jackson prepares to record a segment of his show, “With the Wild Things,” inside the talk studio at the WGCU public media station in Fort Myers on Thursday afternoon. Jackson, who currently is working on a project involving an invading iguana population in Boca Grande, records short segments for the show, which airs on WGCU radio each day at 7:19 a.m.

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