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This classic two-time Emmy winning PBS Series explores the variety of wildlife found throughout the United States.
North America hosts a striking and varied panorama of wild creatures found nowhere else on earth. Some of them have ancient claims to being original citizens, while others are recent imports.
The Beauty of Butterflies
Delight in the joyful, yet brief, lives of these winged marvels. Few of creatures thrill us more than the Butterfly. We'll follow the Monarch's thousand-mile trek to its huge wintering colonies.
The Eyes have It
The many unique ways of looking at the world need different designs. Come along as we look at how Nature has given each species its own unique way of looking at the world.
Wild animals have sibling rivalries These family conflicts can be fatal when it comes to the crucial concerns of food, territory, or affection.
Adaptable alpine animals endure mountain heights and hardships. Alpine animals are truly the kings of survival.
Season of the Seals
The Seals and Sea Lions come ashore to battle and breed. January to July is when enormous Elephant Seals clash in battle, California Sea Lions frolic, and baby Harbor Seals learn to dare the waves.
Some Feet have Noses
Nature has designed an amazingly wide array of fascinating feet. Did you know that feet do much more than just move animals from place to place?
Swamp Bear - Part 1
In the eerie backwater bayous of southern Louisiana's Atchafalaya Basin, Marty Stouffer poles a traditional pirogue to track the South's largest animal, a honey-loving legend.
Swamp Bear - Part 2
Marty studies many amazing creatures in the teeming swamp. Continuing to search the wild heart of bayou country, Marty finds and follows more clues, meeting creatures both friendly and deadly.
A Tale about Tails
Animal's tails come in a fascinating variety of shapes and sizes. Used as hands, rudders and shovels, their form and function are as varied as the creatures to which they are linked.
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