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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 237: The Last Run – Part 1

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"Ironically, as we work to save the salmon, it may turn out that the salmon save us." (Paul Schell, Mayor of Seattle) Salmon are an indicator species - their health closely tracks the health of the watershed to which ...

TERRA 1030: Extreme Oasis

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"Extreme Oasis" will introduce you to two alien worlds where organisms called "extremophiles" survive in some of the least hospitable conditions on the planet! Dr. Anna-Louise Reysenbach of Portland State University, ...

TERRA 709: Fanihi – A Cultural Digest

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The island of Rota contains the last viable population of Flying Foxes in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam. This paradisiacal setting is also home to Rotanese Chamorros who have proud traditio...

TERRA 327: A Cat Called Elvis – Part 3

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Charles Dye dragged his wife and one year old son to the other side of the world and asked them to live in Mongolia with him for three months, just for the chance to find and film one of the rarest species of cat on t...

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 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 503: Why Don’t We Ride Zebras?

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Ever wonder why we aren't all riding around on zebras? And why did only certain animals become man's hamburger, man's best friend, and man's trusty steed? Tune in and find out why our ancestors never successfully dome...

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 522: Disturbance – Part 1

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As a hybrid of natural history documentary, art film, and political commentary, this film explores the complexity of fire management and fire ecology of the Northern Rockies. Shot completely in Montana, this experimen...

TERRA 533: Return to the Wild

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'Return To The Wild: A Modern Tale of Wolf & Man' takes a fair and open-minded look at the re-introduction of the gray wolf to the Northern Rockies, the friction it has caused, and the passionate debate it has sti...

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

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 914: The Maasai Giraffe

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The Maasai giraffe is one of the most emblematic animal species on the planet, and yet few are aware of the conservation issues that this species faces in its natural environment. The Wild Nature Institute has underta...

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 ...

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