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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 717: Whiteout

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White­out explores the mys­tery behind the White Nose Syn­drome epi­demic. Since 2006, over six mil­lion bats have been infected and died from the dis­ease. Though it is still a mys­tery that befud­dles many sci­en­ti...

TERRA 1111: Sharing the Secrets

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A film millions of years in the making.  The Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia area is home to the highest concentration of caves in the United States. "Sharing The Secrets" is a documentary that showcases these amazing...

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 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 418: Army Naturalist – Part 2

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In the second and final part of ARMY NATURALIST, crawl facedown through the muck with wildlife biologist Charles Pekins to get an upclose look at the caves, canyons, rivers, and other habitat that provides for the sin...

TERRA 427: The Bison Haze: A Yellowstone Controversy – Part 3

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In the third and final part of "The Bison Haze" we are taken on a trip to the nation's capital to see what legislators are doing about the Bison issue. There are passionate people on both sides of the debate trying to...

TERRA 815: WildFIRE PIRE: The Core of the Problem

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WildFIRE PIRE is a National Science Foundation five-year project that is an international partnership coordinated by the Montana Institute on Ecosystems and Montana State University that focuses on the causes and cons...

TERRA 825: WildFIRE PIRE: The Cradle of Fire

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WildFIRE PIRE is a National Science Foundation five-year project that is an international partnership coordinated by the Montana Institute on Ecosystems and Montana State University that focuses on the causes and cons...

TERRA 1003: Lords and Ladies

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Harlequin ducks are a species of concern in Montana. Little is known about where they nest and their habitat requirements for survival. This film highlights a three-year research project that examines the factors infl...

TERRA 506: Virginia City Gold Mining

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After a long day of digging gold out of the ground, crushing it at the mill and refining it at the lab, Ralph Johnsrud and his miners can go back to their homes in Virginia City. Referred to by many as a ghost town, V...

TERRA 1109: The Drills of Afi Mountain

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In Nigeria’s last primary rainforest, the drill monkey is rapidly losing its home. As the walls close in, one group of conservationists are about to attempt the largest captive primate release ever. The Drills of Afi ...

TERRA 1032: Bridger Mule Deer

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Biologists Julie Cunningham and Dave Pac discuss the long-term research on mule deer in the Bridger Mountain Range of Southwest Montana, showing that ecological processes are often more complex than many people think.

Terra 1202: Stewardship with Vision Ep. 4: Ute Creek Cattle Company

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In far northeastern New Mexico, Tuda and Jack's management models innovation, conservation, increased resiliency, and community connection. We thank them for sharing their story.

TERRA 412: Higher Ground – Part 1

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The Florida coast line is constantly shifting. Natural processes move the sand back and forth, north and south and occasionally a big storm removes it altogether. Of course unnatural processes are also affecting the b...

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