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  • Terra - Rising Tide, Part 2

    Terra - Rising Tide, Part 2

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    How will the coral reefs, monk seals, native plants, and honeycreepers of Hawaii deal with climate change? Local researchers working in the island chain's stunning national parks tell us their concerns for wildlife, key habitats, and cultural resourc

  • Terra - Rising Tide, Part 1

    Terra - Rising Tide, Part 1

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    How will the coral reefs, monk seals, native plants, and honeycreepers of Hawaii deal with climate change? Local researchers working in the island chain's stunning national parks tell us their concerns for wildlife, key habitats, and cultural resourc

  • Terra - Disappearing Catch

    Terra - Disappearing Catch

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

  • Terra - Chesapeake Gold

    Terra - Chesapeake Gold

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    Oysters were once capable of filtering all the water in the Chesapeke 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 meet the needs of the bay while also s

  • Terra - Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifaka Lemurs of Madagascar, Part 2

    Terra - Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifaka Lemurs of Madagascar, Part 2

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    In this program produced by Sharon Pieczenik, Erik Patel, a PhD Candidate at Cornell University, discusses his efforts to save silky sifaka lemurs in Madagascar. Ninety-eight percent of Madagascar's mammals, including the rare silky sifaka lemurs, ex

  • Terra - Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifaka Lemurs of Madagascar, Part 1

    Terra - Angels of the Forest: Silky Sifaka Lemurs of Madagascar, Part 1

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    In this program produced by Sharon Pieczenik, Erik Patel, a PhD Candidate at Cornell University, discusses his efforts to save silky sifaka lemurs in Madagascar. Ninety-eight percent of Madagascar's mammals, including the rare silky sifaka lemurs, ex

  • Popular Terra - Cotton-Top

    Terra - 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 succeed. The construct

  • Popular Terra - Yellowstone's Wildlife Highway

    Terra - 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 bears, wolverines, elk, deer, moose, a

  • 02:27 Popular The Return of the Tidewater Goby

    The Return of the Tidewater Goby

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    A project to restore endangered tidewater gobies relocated some of these small fish to Tomales Bay State Park from the recently restored Giacomini Wetlands in Point Reyes National Seashore.

  • 05:45 Popular Understanding the Ecology of Native Olympia Oysters in Tomales Bay

    Understanding the Ecology of Native Olympia Oysters in Tomales Bay

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    Pollution and harvest caused populations of native Olympia oysters to plummet by the early 1900s. Despite a lack of harvesting for almost a century, they still haven't recovered in Tomales Bay. UC Davis professor Ted Grosholz and his students discuss what

  • 09:51 Popular Tule Elk: California's Legacy of Wildness

    Tule Elk: California's Legacy of Wildness

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    This documentary examines how the dramatic rebound of the tule elk population at Point Reyes National Seashore and in California at large demonstrates the success of threatened species protections and conservation laws.

  • 01:01 Popular Bats at Pinnacles National Monument

    Bats at Pinnacles National Monument

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    This short video reveals a bit of what life is like for Townsend's big-eared bats in the Bear Gulch Cave at Pinnacles National Monument

  • 00:18 Popular Northern Spotted Owl

    Northern Spotted Owl

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    Video (no sound) of an endangered Northern Spotted Owl mother feeding her chicks.

  • 05:26 Popular Myrtle's Silverspot Butterfly

    Myrtle's Silverspot Butterfly

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    Endangered Myrtle's silverspot butterflies are a good indicator of ecosystem health at Point Reyes National Seashore. Park scientists conducted a two-year study of these butterflies to see how many there are and to learn more about the species of plants t

  • 07:22 Popular Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary

    Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary

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    Cordell Bank, off shore from Point Reyes National Seashore, is incredibly rich in marine life. Using manned submersible equipped with a video camera, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration conducted a study to characterize the habitat at the

  • 05:18 Popular Fishing for the Humboldt Squid

    Fishing for the Humboldt Squid

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    The Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas) is a voracious deep-water predator that can grow to up to ten feet long. A species not normally found north of Baja California, it has recently moved up along the Pacific coast. Researchers are trying to understand why

  • 05:22 Popular The Bees of Pinnacles National Monument

    The Bees of Pinnacles National Monument

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  • 06:23 Popular Tule Elk

    Tule Elk

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    Tule elk were reintroduced to Point Reyes National Seashore in 1978 with 10 individuals. The population has since grown, and park biologists use radio telemetry to track the elk and learn about where they go and what they do.

  • 05:40 Northern Elephant Seals

    Northern Elephant Seals

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    The elephant seal population at Point Reyes National Seashore has grown exponentially since it was established in 1981. NPS biologist Sarah Allen describes the park's elephant seal monitoring program and discusses some of the other interesting things we k

  • 05:25 Birds on the Go

    Birds on the Go

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    Climate change is sending bird species across California packing. Ecologist Diana Stralberg tries to predict where they'll land.

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