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Friday, October 3, 2008

Video: An Exciting New Season of NATURE

NATURE’s 27th season premieres October 26 and promises to be one of the series’ most exciting, featuring such locations as the Arctic wilderness, the Drakensberg mountain range in southern Africa, and the wondrous Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. NATURE will also feature what’s in our own “backyard” with an in-depth look at the American bald eagle, as well as a new chapter in the chronicle of the Rockies’ most famous stallion: Cloud. To tantalize your appetite, here’s a sneak peak at three upcoming shows.

Beautifully photographed, White Falcon, White Wolf takes place on the Canadian Arctic’s otherworldly Ellesmere Island, and features an intimate view of the struggles of two families — a pack of white wolves and a family of rare gyrfalcons.

In The Wolf That Changed America, NATURE takes a decidedly different approach by using historical recreations to tell the story of one of America’s earliest conservationists, Ernest Thompson Seton, and his obsession with Lobo — the wolf that changed his life.

Finally, sizzling up the screen is Kilauea: Playing With Fire. Emmy Award-winning cameraman Paul Atkins boldly goes where few would dare — into waters as toasty as 100 degrees Fahrenheit to film lava flows and explosions from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano. Caution — this footage is hot!

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