Nature: Season 1 (1982 - 1983)


Season 1
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Air date: Oct 7, 1982

The first of three programs charting "The Flight of the Condor" over the lower Andes, as well as the wildlife of the harsh terrain below. Host: Donald Johanson.

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Air date: Oct 17, 1982

Part 2 of "The Flight of the Condor" travels along South America's Andes Mountains, following a 2000-mile stretch of desert along the Pacific Ocean. Scenes of vampire bats, sea lions, guano birds, the Colca River canyon and Lake Titicaca.

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Air date: Oct 24, 1982

"The Flight of the Condor" along the Andes concludes at the source of the Amazon River in Ecuador. Wildlife glimpsed includes tropical birds; the world's smallest monkey, the pygmy marmoset; and the largest snake, the anaconda.

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Air date: Oct 31, 1982

A 100-ft.-tall fig tree and the creatures it feeds and houses in a Central American rain forest. Among them: iguanas and black howlers, monkeys that can be heard two miles away. Narrator: George Page. Donald Johanson is the series host.

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Air date: Nov 7, 1982

Tanzania's Serengeti is the locale for a study of kopjes, islands of rock that offer sanctuary to a variety of wildlife. Included: glimpses of acrobatic lizards, predatory cheetahs and herds of gazelles.

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Air date: Nov 14, 1982

"On the Edge of Paradise" lie the Caribbean islands where, according to this 1981 study, developers have created ecological imbalances by denuding rain forests and filling mangrove swamps. Threatened wildlife includes parrots. George Page is the narrator.

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Air date: Nov 21, 1982

Surveying Costa Rica's Monte Verde preserve, which contains some 200 varieties of trees, including 300-ft. oaks. Animal life includes deadly scorpions; army ants; and plumed quetzals, sacred bird of the Maya civilization.

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Air date: Nov 28, 1982

The first of six programs tracing the study of animal behavior looks at early "naturalists" and mythical creatures. Dramatized: the work of falconer Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. Narrator: George Page.

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Air date: Dec 5, 1982

The work of 17th, 18th and 19th-century naturalists is dramatized, including John Ray (1627-1705), who catalogued plants and animals; and Rev. Gilbert White (1720-93), who distinguished bird species by their songs. Ray: Brian Gear. White: Michael Cronin. Narrator: George Page.

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Air date: Dec 12, 1982

A dramatization of the work of Charles Darwin and its influence on other 19th-century naturalists. Wildlife footage illustrates his theories on natural selection. Darwin: Edwin Brown. George Page narrates.

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