Conserving America: Champions of Wildlife
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Conserving America: Champions of Wildlife
Produced by WQED and the National Wildlife Federation, this film looks at grassroots efforts by ordinary people to save American wildlife and habitats. With gorgeous footage of animals and landscapes, the film celebrates the efforts of conservationists of all ages and backgrounds. The viewer goes with narrator Burgess Meredeth to meet Montana's Children for Wildlife, a group of kids who monitor an eagle's nest for the Forest Service and build platforms for loons. Featured also are a couple in Massachusetts who build nesting sites for ospreys; a lady who saves turtles in Texas; and an… More