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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 407: Saving the ASEAN Dream – Part 2

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In part two of "Saving the ASEAN Dream", the Scubazoo team look at how all ten ASEAN countries need to band together to conserve their natural resources and wilderness areas. The ASEAN head office in the Philippines i...

TERRA 524: The Barge That Wouldn’t Budge

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In March 2009, a group of NOAA scientists and marine debris experts gathered on the shores the Potomac River to tackle a problem left ignored for the last 25 years. Abandoned during the construction of a local yacht c...

TERRA 519: Disappearing Catch

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For centuries the Maryland Blue Crab has defined a way of life for Chesapeake Bay Water Men. Now this resource, which was once so plentiful, is declining in numbers and is threatening a way of life that has defined th...

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 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 1002: Digging For Owls

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Burrowing owls were extirpated from British Columbia in 1980. Dedicated volunteers at the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia are trying to bring them back.

TERRA 230: The Price of Ivory

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Would it surprise you to know that Africans have no tradition of poaching elephants for their tusks? Modern ivory poaching in fact is imposed by Western and Asian markets. So what motivates indigenous people to take u...

TERRA 209A: Wings Over the Wild – Lighthawk in Mesoamerica

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Sometimes a bird's-eye view makes all the difference. Combining a love of flight with a passion for wild places, a growing number of pilots fly volunteer missions over vibrant and threatened lands. Part one of this fi...

TERRA 1120: Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd

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Their Land: Last of the Caribou Herd intimately profiles the connections between First Nations communities and mountain caribou, explores their threatened habitat, and the hard choices that have to be made to conserve...

TERRA 206: Bison Bison

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Fifteen years after bad publicity closed it down, Montana's bison hunt is up and running again. But the state's newest effort to control Yellowstone Park's wandering herd isn't a hit with everyone. Is it population ma...

TERRA 336: Oil On Ice – Part 4

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When you look at a map of the northern reaches of Alaska, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge represents a tiny proportion of the entire coast line. Ninety percent of this land is already being drilled for oil - indee...

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 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 525: Climate Change in the Caribbean – Part 1: The Basics

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The most important thing to remember when it comes to climate change is that you can help, and there is still hope. This animated series reminds us that while the problems are dire, we have to remain hopeful, and even...

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