Nature: Season 29 (2010 - 2011)

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Air date: Sep 26, 2010

This addition to the award-winning Nature Series from PBS travels to Cuba to showcase its beautiful and diverse wildlife, and examines the effect of tourism and human interference on the ecosystem.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2010

Nature: Echo -- An Elephant to Remember celebrates the legacy of an animal who will live on through her family and the people who studied and filmed her. At 65 years old, Echo died of natural causes, leaving behind an extended family 39 strong. This documentary collects the footage researchers gathered over decades of watching her, including retrospectives on what studying the family meant in terms of maintaining a hands-off approach, even in difficult situations.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2010

Nature: A Murder of Crows goes beyond the popular image of these birds as a harbingers of death to explore the many levels of intelligence they exhibit. Tracking their behavior around the globe, their migratory, mating, and eating habits prove that there is more to these birds than horror movie extras. Research shows they are able to memorize human faces and vehicle routes and they are resourceful in ways not shown in movies.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2010

Filmmaker David Johnson explores the efforts of one man to restore the wildlife and ecological balance of the Mesopotamian Marshes in southern Iraq after Saddam Hussein nearly destroyed the 7,700 square foot wetland in response to an uprising by the locals in the early 1990s. Though many had assumed that there was no hope for this once-flourishing wildlife habitat, a closer look reveals that it may not be too late to restore the marshes to their former glory.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2010

Enter the secretive world of the wolverine to find out who this dynamic little devil truly is.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2010

This compelling nature release takes an in-depth look at the life of the majestic leopard, a big cat of incredible strength and speed. After following a family of leopards for an extended period, the filmmakers gained the trust to be almost ever-present with the felines, capturing their most extraordinary moments.

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Air date: Jan 9, 2011

Marking the 50th anniversary of the publication of "Born Free", this documentary retells the story of Joy and George Adamson, who famously became the surrogate parents to an orphaned lion cub by the name of Elsa, and checks in on the people and animals who helped change society's perspective about wildlife.

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Air date: Jan 23, 2011

This nature documentary follows a group of ornithologists into the field in New Guinea, where they seek out and study the bird population in an area so densely populated with colorful and beloved winged creatures that early European settlers called the feathered inhabitants "birds of paradise." The release includes an introduction by David Attenborough.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2011

From Mt. Everest to the Tibetan Plateau and beyond, this episode of Nature explores the natural wonders, wildlife, and legends of the Himalayas.

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Air date: Feb 20, 2011

Cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson and Salim Ali, a guide for India's premier tiger reserve, investigate the unexpected death of a tiger called Broken Tail in hopes that their discovery would honor the big cat's memory, and help with conservation efforts as a whole.

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