A newsmagazine about national conservation issues.
Sat., October 10, 2015
Artificial Bat Cave; Rocky Mountain Gas; Backpacking With Llamas
An attempt in Tennessee to combat deadly white nose fungus in bats by creating an artificial bat cave; a protest against oil and gas drilling in Colorado's Garfield County; a study of the long-distance migration of monarch butterflies. Also: backpacking with a llama, which can carry one's gear.
Sat., October 17, 2015
Prairie Chickens and Bog Turtles; Watershed Filtering; Bycatch Survival
Programs to improve habitats found on privately owned land; Oregon high-school students who designed and built a bioswale to filter silt, oil and grime from the runoff from their school's parking lot; a device designed by marine biologists that helps fish caught as bycatch to survive. Also: mapping alligator and crocodile genomes.
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