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TERRA 1007: Livestock Guardian Dogs: Working on Common Ground

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Ranchers who struggle to coexist with large predators are finding new hope in old dog breeds. While these Old World livestock guardian dog breeds have successfully defended livestock from predators for thousands of ...

TERRA 517: Sealed Off!!! – Part 1

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The beach known as The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California, has been a point of pride in the town for 75 years. Today almost no one goes there to swim, not since a pod of 200 harbor seals took up residence on the ...

TERRA 520: Farming Forward

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Farming Forward is a short documentary focusing on the environmental problems of modern agriculture in the Chesapeake Bay region. Farmers and agricultural scientists speak about improvements being made to reduce the e...

TERRA 1104: Testimony: Remembering Glen Canyon

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More than fifty years after the construction of the Glen Canyon dam, the dam's existence remains a sensitive subject especially to those fortunate enough to have seen the canyon before it was inundated. Today, pressur...

TERRA 907: Beating Batten

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Genetics and stem cell research draw a huge controversy. Underlined by the background story of Sara, who suffered an unusual and rare disease, we explore the inspiration and the driving forces for research. As long as...

TERRA 428: A Natural Bond

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Wild animals sometimes need a little help from their human friends to make it in the world. Don Duncan, Animal Care Manager at the Beartooth Nature Center in Red Lodge, Montana, has a special connection with the orpha...

TERRA 511: Montana Fare

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How do Americans decide what food to eat? What is more important: quantity or quality? Taste or price? MONTANA FARE examines contemporary food culture in rural Montana through the eyes of two women [farmer/rancher Jen...

TERRA 227: Ten Days to Paint the Forest – Part 1

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This is no ordinary biological field trip! Travel along with some of the world's foremost bird and nature artists to the incredible Chappari Reserve, among the last remaining high-altitude dry forests of South America...

TERRA 516: Through a Natural Lens

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Dan Hartman has been photographing wildlife in Yellowstone for over 25 years. Through a Natural Lens is an intimate portrait of this renown photographer as he takes us through a day of tracking and photographing some ...

TERRA 514: Life by the Tide

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The Pacific inter-tidal zone is a harsh but beautiful ecosystem inhabited by creatures that developed bizarre and elegant forms in order to survive. This film takes place during low tide on a foggy summer day when the...

TERRA 218: Ocean Acrobats – The Spinner Dolphins – Part 3

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A journey of a thousand bellyflops continues with Part 3 of OCEAN ACROBATS. Return to the sparkling blue waters of the South Pacific with scientists committed to finding out how Spinner dolphins use their acrobatic pr...

TERRA 502: The New World Mine

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Just three miles from the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park, Noranda Inc. proposed to build one of North America’s largest gold mines. Cooke City residents, Jim and Heidi Barrett knew that this would irr...

TERRA 446: Algal Biofuels II

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Will algae provide the world with the biofuels of the future? Using algae to produce biofuels addresses many of the problems posed by traditional biofuels such as corn. Algal Biofuels II explores the work and perspect...

TERRA 716: Chasing Birds in Beringia

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Enter into the ultra-adventurous world of bush-pilot biologists chasing wild birds in the no-man's-land north of the Arctic Circle. Their world is one of beauty, grit, humor and science. The tundra swans they study ve...

TERRA 455: Rising Tide – Part 2

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How will the coral reefs, monk seals, native plants, and honeycreepers of Hawai'i deal with climate change? Local researchers working in the island chain's stunning national parks tell us their concerns for wildlife, ...

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