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TERRA 602: Cotton-Top

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The Cotton-Top Tamarin is endemic to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast and is critically endangered. ; Thanks to “Proyecto Titi’s” conservation efforts, the Cotton-Top and the people from the region have an opportunity to su...

TERRA 604: Tricky Winds

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Each year, wind farms kill thousands of bats. This short, animated film describes how researchers are trying to develop new technologies to protect bats from getting injured or killed by wind mills.

TERRA 605: Crossroads

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An icon of the West, the sage-grouse has been reduced from tens of millions to about 200,000, a casualty of our progress. ; With federal Endangered Species protection officially warranted but unsupported, the fate of ...

TERRA 607: Students Saving the Ocean

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Students Saving the Ocean tells the story of the how the conservation community in the Bay Area comes together to improve the health and environment of the California coasts. Students lead the charge to explain how ev...

TERRA 610: Spoil

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SPOIL follows the International League of Conservation Photographers and the Gitga'at first nation people of British Columbia in their search for the illusive spirit bear. Their mission is to create images of this rar...

TERRA 612: Peak to Peak

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Researcher Jack Hogg has studied bighorn sheep for over 30 years. In that time, he has come to know the species like few other people ever will. Follow Jack on a delightful journey watch baby bighorn lambs at play, as...

TERRA 614: Feeding the Problem

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What began in 1912 as a gracious effort to save the Jackson Hole elk herd from harsh winters, shrinking habitat, and dwindling forage, has morphed into a century-long feeding program on what is now the National Elk Re...

TERRA 611: Connecting the Gems

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Wildlife biologist Gregg Treinish and filmmaker Deia Schlosberg hike 520 miles along one of the most important wildlife corridors in North America. The two adventurers seek to gain a better understanding of the health...

TERRA 318: The Curse of Copper – Part 1

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In 1997, noted Harvard ecologist E.O. Wilson wrote to a small community in the remote cloud forest region of Ecuador, urging them to continue their fight against the scourge of copper mining in perhaps the most biodiv...

TERRA 319: The Curse of Copper – Part 2

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With cries of: "We are hungry for an ecologist!" Ronald Andrade, leader of CODEGAM, the organization funded by Ascendant Copper, violently forces his way into a municipal meeting. Fearing violence, fifteen representat...

TERRA 320: The Curse of Copper – Part 3

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What kind of environmental and social impacts are likely from the proposed copper mine? Serious rifts have already disturbed the community: "Before, everyone got on well in Intag - they shared everything - their jobs,...

TERRA 321: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 1

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"Jewels of the Jungle" is back by popular demand! Picking up where we left off from the first half of Jewels, the second series continues plant scientist Dr. Gary Strobel's amazing journey around the world to discover...

TERRA 322: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 2

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This installment of Jewels sees Dr. Gary Strobel travel from the lush forest of South America to the clinical world of the laboratory. But the lab is no less exciting than the field, especially since some of the sampl...

TERRA 323: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 3

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The finale of 'Jewels' asks: how does a compound go from the rainforest to the pharmacy? Where Dr. Strobel's research leaves off, the work is just beginning for pharmaceutical companies looking to create new drugs. Th...

TERRA 425: The Bison Haze: A Yellowstone Controversy – Part 1

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Yellowstone's population of bison are free-ranging, and so can leave the friendly confines of the park at any time. Animal activists believe that the bison, perhaps THE symbol of the plains, should be able to roam fre...

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