Our Vanishing Wilderness

40 years ago, a small crew of filmmakers set out to document some of the more pressing issues involving wildlife in America. The eight half-hour films, shot around the country, ended up becoming the first environmental TV series in the US.

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Video thumbnail: Our Vanishing Wilderness Prudhoe Bay or Bust!

Our Vanishing Wilderness

Prudhoe Bay or Bust!

Alaskan oil pipeline and its probable effects on the life of the frozen tundra

28:44

Prudhoe Bay or Bust!

28:44

Video thumbnail: Our Vanishing Wilderness The Water is so Clear that a Blind Man Could See

Our Vanishing Wilderness

The Water is so Clear that a Blind Man Could See

Taos Indians and the way in which sound ecology is bound up in their religion.

29:06

The Water is so Clear that a Blind Man Could See

29:06

Video thumbnail: Our Vanishing Wilderness The Chain of Life

Our Vanishing Wilderness

The Chain of Life

Is the public outcry against environmental abuses bringing any results?

28:43

The Chain of Life

28:43

Video thumbnail: Our Vanishing Wilderness Santa Barbara: Everybody's Mistake

Our Vanishing Wilderness

Santa Barbara: Everybody's Mistake

Off-shore oil leak near Santa Barbara

32:24

Santa Barbara: Everybody's Mistake

32:24

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