The Living Edens, an inspiring natural history series, opens magical vistas to viewers through the expertise of world-acclaimed natural history filmmakers in a series of programs throughout the year. Its state-of-the-art cinematography creates an intimate sense of place and captures a world of wonder, transporting viewers to isolated, undisturbed corners of the globe so pure they remind us of how the ancient world once was.

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Glacier Bay: Alaska's Wild Coast

Air Date: November 20, 2001

Nestled in the heart of southeast Alaska, Glacier Bay is a wild paradise of ocean and ice. This film chronicles the lives of brown bears, bald eagles, humpback whales and other charismatic species. Nearly all life here is ultimately tied to the salmon, and the heroic migration of these fish provides the thread that weaves together the remarkable fabric of life in this story. Glacier Bay, a stunning formation of fjords, is the center stage for this great drama.

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