These video segments from NATURE's "The Wolf that Changed America" explore 19th century attitudes toward wolves in the western United States.
Segments from the NATURE video, "Tall Blondes," explore conservation efforts in Africa, using the giraffe population as an example.
For some of the loneliest animals on the planet, captive breeding programs and human intervention may the only hope.
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.
Negative attitudes toward wolves enabled a centuries-long extermination campaign that nearly wiped out the gray wolf in the continental United States by 1950.
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