Nature: Season 7 (1988 - 1989)


Season 7
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Air date: Oct 9, 1988

Wildlife in the Spanish Pyrenees, including bearded vultures, marmots, ibexes, desmans and peregrine falcons. Also: a look at ancient cave paintings of mammoths, bison, horses and bears. Host: George Page.

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Air date: Oct 16, 1988

"Extremadura: Spain's Forgotten Forest," one of the last European havens for such night predators as wolves and genets; and species rarely seen outside Africa, including imperial and short-toed eagles, griffon and black vultures, and ladder snakes.

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Air date: Oct 30, 1988

"Peacock's War" profiles Vietnam veteran Doug Peacock, who's battling to protect grizzly bears while dealing with war memories. Filmed in Montana's Glacier National Park. George Page is the series host.

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Air date: Nov 13, 1988

A six-part study of Australia opens with marsupials, creatures so curious that explorers believed they arose from "A Separate Creation." Observed: the birth of a tammar wallaby; two kangaroos "boxing" for breeding rights.

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Air date: Nov 20, 1988

In this investigation of the unusual events that created the continent of Australia, the viewer will learn about the two marine zones that converge around Australia, creating both temperate and tropical seas. Nature: Australian Seas Under Capricorn also looks at the way the continent emerged from the land mass known as Gondwana 45 million years ago. The unique coastlines of Australia include the cool southern areas of kelp forests and the scenic wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. The rich, diverse marine life is supported by the large amount of nutrients available in the seas surrounding the continent.

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Air date: Nov 27, 1988

"The Making of the Bush," Part 3 of "Nature of Australia: A Portrait of the Island Continent," observes koalas; bowerbirds; wombats; striped, ring-tailed and pygmy opossums. George Page is the narrator.

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Air date: Dec 4, 1988

"The Sunburnt Country" of the outback is visited in Part 4 of "Nature of Australia: A Portrait of the Island Continent." Observed: emus; red kangaroos; snakes; cormorants; a perentie (a carnivorous lizard); pelicans; and moles.

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Air date: Dec 11, 1988

Part 5 of "Nature of Australia: Portrait of an Island Continent" surveys the northeast, the "Land of Flood and Fire." Observed: bentwing bats; flying foxes; crocodiles; termites; sea eagles; and brown falcons.

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Air date: Dec 18, 1988

"Nature of Australia: A Portrait of the Island Continent" concludes with a study of humans' impact. Included: a 1983 dust storm that crippled Melbourne; plagues of locusts and mice in the wheat belt.

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Air date: Jan 8, 1989

A survey of owls includes scenes of barn owls used for controlling pests on a Malaysian plantation; snowy owls roosting in the Canadian Arctic; and eagle owls performing a "love duet" in Kenya.

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