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The Loneliest Animals: Video Segments

These clips from NATURE's episode, "The Loneliest Animals" are used to explore a variety of captive breeding programs.

Apr 16th, 2009 | Comments

Video-Enhanced Lesson

Conservation Nation: Lesson Overivew

Using segments from NATURE's "The Wolf that Changed America" students will explore 19th century attitudes toward wolves in the western United States. (Grades 9-12)

Apr 16th, 2009 | Comments

Conservation Nation: Video Segments: The Wolf that Changed America

These video segments from NATURE's "The Wolf that Changed America" explore 19th century attitudes toward wolves in the western United States.

Apr 16th, 2009 | Comments

Video-Enhanced Lesson

Giraffe Riff Raff: Lesson Overview

This video enhanced lesson uses excerpts from the NATURE film “Tall Blondes” to illustrate the effects of wildlife conservation and relocation, using giraffes as an example. (Grades 5-8)

Apr 15th, 2009 | Comments

Giraffe Riff Raff: Video Segments Page: Tall Blondes

Segments from the NATURE video, "Tall Blondes," explore conservation efforts in Africa, using the giraffe population as an example.

Apr 15th, 2009 | Comments

The Loneliest Animals: Captive Breeding Success Stories

For some of the loneliest animals on the planet, captive breeding programs and human intervention may the only hope.

Apr 1st, 2009 | Comments

Filmmaker Allison Argo on the State of the Birds Report – “This Is Why I Make Films”

The U.S. State of the Birds report reveals that one-third of our nation's birds are in trouble. But Allison Argo feels optimistic. At least now the issue is getting attention.

Mar 23rd, 2009 | Comments

The Wolf That Changed America: Wolf Wars: America’s Campaign to Eradicate the Wolf

Negative attitudes toward wolves enabled a centuries-long extermination campaign that nearly wiped out the gray wolf in the continental United States by 1950.

Sep 14th, 2008 | Comments
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