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Educational videos and documentary films on nature. DVDs and VHS tapes. Subject areas include oceans, birds, geology, insects, poles & glaciers, mammals, caves, natural history, and National Parks.

Ocean Environment

"" Killer Instincts: Sharks & Killer Whales. (DVD) Rob Bredl takes viewers "nose to jaws" with these feared predators of the sea. Many of the 360 species of sharks that inhabit the world’s oceans are introduced, including the most feared and misunderstood shark of all, the Great White. 45 min. More...

"" Waves, Tides, & Currents: Shaping the Coastal Environment. (DVD) The natural forces that shape the coastal environment are explained and illustrated with examples from around the world. 24 min. More...

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Birds

"" The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill. (DVD) This film focuses on Mark Bittner and a flock of cherry-headed conures (and a lonely blue-headed one named Connor) located in the Telegraph Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Through his own words, we learn of Bittner's life as a frustrated homeless musician and how he came to discover the parrot flock and the individual personalities in it. This is a truly fascinating tale about urban wildlife. 83 min. More...

"" Winged Migration. (DVD) Open your eyes to the wonders of the natural world as you fly alongside magnificent birds on their migratory journeys. Filmed in forty countries and on all seven continents. 89 min. More...

Geology

"" Faces of Earth. (DVD) Explosive volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods, and even human beings contribute to the constant changes on the Earth's surface. Uncover the deep mysteries of our planet with top geologists in Faces Of Earth. Using state-of-the-art computer animation and stunning photography, this program explores how these forces shape the Earth and how in turn the Earth has shaped human evolution. 178 min. More...

"" How the Earth Was Made (History Channel). (DVD) From a once seething hellish mass of molten rock to the world of today, take a rollercoaster ride through the entire history of planet Earth. Its 4.5 billion year history is a story of unimaginable timescales, earth-shattering forces, incredible life forms, radical climates, and mass extinctions. Discover how the continents were formed, canyons were carved, and why the world's animals live where they do. 94 min. More...

Poles & Glaciers

"" Wildest Antarctica. (DVD) Experience the grandeur of one of the most fascinating places on Earth, Antarctica. This video explores the beauty of the continent with its breathtaking scenery, jagged ice formations, and unmerciful weather. Dramatic action footage of resident penguins, seals, whales, and an array of birds is shown. The film also documents the many threats to our planet's polar regions. 60 min. More...

Insects

"" Life in the Undergrowth. (DVD) BBC series hosted by veteran nature expert David Attenborough and utilizing the latest advances in macrophotography. This five-part series is dedicated to bugs of all shapes and sizes, from microscopic gnats to cave-dwelling millipedes so large they can capture bats in mid-flight. 52 min. More...

"" The Whole Story: Beetles & Spiders. (DVD) Get the scoop about beetles and spiders with close-up footage and in-depth information. 105 min. More...

Mammals

"" Echo and Other Elephants. (DVD) Echo is extremely wise African elephant mother and commanding matriarch of her family. She is also arguably one of the most famous elephants in the world as a result of all the programs that have documented her for decades in Kenya's Amboseli National Park. Now all of the programs are available together on DVD. 362 min. More...

Caves

"" Ends of the Earth: The Secret Abyss of Movile Cave. (DVD) Far beneath the Romanian countryside, a 5 million-year-old secret lies waiting to be revealed--Movile Cave's mysterious environment has been sealed from the world for ages. The cave is full of unusual creatures, strange chambers, and underground lakes--all never before seen by human eyes. It is one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the 20th century. 52 min. More...

National Parks

"" Classic US National Parks Films. (DVD) Three classic films from the late 1930's and early 1940's showing the early stages of National Park development in America. There is a tremendous amount of Yellowstone National Park footage in the last two films, while the first film focuses on the early environmental roots of the United States park system. 30 min. More...

"" Grand Canyon National Park. (DVD) Carved by the mighty Colorado River over millions of years, you'll have a bird's eye view of the Grand Canyon as you explore the out-of-the-way waterfalls and monuments by air. And join a raft trip down the river for another perspective of the timeless beauty. Includes magnificent sunrises, sunsets, and changing seasons. 59 min. More...

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Natural History

"" Life After People (History Channel). (DVD) Imagine the state of planet earth years after humans disappear. Stunning visual effects show how the environment will change as dams overflow, buildings crumble, and fires engulf once-mighty cities. Domestic animal life will die out and new species will claim their territory. Books and photographs will be reduced to faded scraps while other signs of our existence may remain for eternity standing as the tombstones of human civilization. Interviews are also conducted with experts in the fields of engineering, botany, ecology, biology, geology, climatology, and archeology. 94 min. More...

"" The Secret of Life on Earth (IMAX). (DVD) Go on an adventure through time and across five continents to reveal nature's most vital secret. Climb into the prickly jaws of insect-eating plants. Watch a flying fox gorge itself on a midnight snack of figs. Witness a mantis disguised as a flower petal lure its prey to doom. You'll see the alarming destruction humankind has caused to our ecosystems and find hope in recent efforts to restore the natural balance we have disturbed. 60 min. More...

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