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June 04 2009

TERRA 516: Through a Natural Lens

Dan Hartman has been photographing wildlife in Yellowstone for over 25 years. Through a Natural Lens is an intimate portrait of this renown photographer as he takes us through a day of tracking and photographing some of the Park's most treasured wildlife. Filled with beautiful images and brilliant insights into Dan's work, this film is sure to be a treat for the shutterbug and the nature lover alike.

February 23 2009

TERRA 505: Winter in Yellowstone

Over the last 30 years Tom Murphy has ventured out into Yellowstone's winterscape to experience the ecosystems harshest of seasons. In part 1 of a series on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, join Tom Murphy as he journeys into the backcountry and communicates his insight into this special time of year. Tom's winter travels have allowed him to connect to this place in a unique and deeply meaningful way. His photographs and his philosophy convincingly argue that we must do all we can to ensure this place and its inhabitants continue to exist well into the future.

November 20 2008

TERRA 455: Rising Tide PART TWO

How will the coral reefs, monk seals, native plants, and honeycreepers of Hawai'i 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 resources.

November 14 2008

TERRA 454: Rising Tide

How will the coral reefs, monk seals, native plants, and honeycreepers of Hawai'i 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 resources.
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