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TERRA 538: Flathead Wild

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Proposed mountaintop removal mining in southeastern British Columbia, Canada is threatening one of America’s most endangered rivers and North America’s wildest remaining valley — The Flathead. Flathead Wild follows th...

TERRA 417: Army Naturalist – Part 1

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When you think of military bases, the tanks, artillery, and explosions probably don't seem very conducive to wildlife. The fact of the matter is that these installations harbor an diverse array of wildlife that finds ...

TERRA 239: The Last Run – Part 3

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Part Three of "THE LAST RUN" chronicles the spawn, the critical final chapter in the salmon life cycle. In 2002, under pressure from a serious drought, upstream farmers were authorized by the President of the United S...

TERRA 521: Chesapeake Gold

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Oysters were once capable of filtering all the water in the Chesapeake Bay in two days. Now after centuries of Oyster harvesting the bay is no longer capable of cleaning itself. A new brand of oystermen is emerging to...

TERRA 711: Rarity to Recovery

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Dur­ing the sum­mer of 2002, Kevin Collins spot­ted a hum­ble lit­tle snake on Great Bird Island, Antigua. Ini­tially, he thought lit­tle of the encounter. Years later, how­ever, he dis­cov­ered that this crea­ture, k...

TERRA 420: Pablo’s Hippos – Part 2

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In part two of Pablo's Hippos, we learn about the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, the hippos' relationship with the inhabitants of the area, and the faded grandeur of Pablo's estancia. Tune in next week to learn the f...

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 333: Oil On Ice – Part 1

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There are few places in the world as beautiful as the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve. Its huge mountains and endless plains are rich with caribou, bears, wolves and muskoxen. Unfortunately, this area is also rich wi...

TERRA 541: Ceiba: Nature and the Maya Creation

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Based at archaeological sites across Belize, 'CEIBA' tells the story of wildlife in the Maya creation myth, at the center of which is the Ceiba tree - the bridge between the heavens, earth and the underworld.

TERRA 434: Yellowstone’s Wildlife Highway

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Jonesing for spectacular nature photography? You got it! The Madison Valley, just north of Yellowstone, is a richly diverse ecosystem where just about every big-game species in Montana can be found. Grizzly and black ...

TERRA 332: Fish and Cow – Part 2

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Ranchers sitting down with conservationists to work out the best way to preserve a valley in Montana - ten years ago you might have said this was impossible. However, today it is not only possible, but a reality. Ther...

TERRA 335: Oil On Ice – Part 3

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The Gwich'in tribe of Northern Alaska have been hunting caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve for hundreds of years. They rely on the herd's yearly migration for their survival and their way of life. The car...

TERRA 349: A Wild Beetle Chase

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Have you ever stopped to consider how many species of beetles there are in the world? The answer is a lot! No-one knows for sure how many there are, but there is a group of people trying to find new species. Their met...

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 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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