Season Two

A Climate for Change

A Climate For Change: How Conservation Detection Dogs Are Saving Species Around The World As saddening as it sounds, it is estimated that 150 to 200 species of plant, insect, bird and mammal become extinct during the course of one day on our planet. Climate change, loss of habitat and other factors continue to put...

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Zero Zero

Zero/Zero: How a Blind Hiker and His Guide Dogs Tackle America’s Toughest Trails. This is the inspirational story of Trevor Thomas and his two guide dogs, Tenille and Lulu. Stop and think for a second – how many steps do you take each day? You may have heard of the ‘10,000 step’ goal, a good...

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Battle for the Alley

Rats have been reported in New York City since the colonial times.  Today, scientists believe that the rat population has grown to over 2 million in NYC.  New York has been called the “Worst Rat City in the World” by some.  Most of the city’s rat population consists of the the Norwegian rat or Brown...

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