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Great Yellowstone thaw / a BBC production with PBS ; directed by Joanne Ashman, Rowan Musgrave ; produced by Rowan Musgrave, Susanna Handslip, Lucy Bowden

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Johnson, Kirk R.  Search this
Television director:
Ashman, Joanne  Search this
Musgrave, Rowan  Search this
Television producer:
Handslip, Susanna  Search this
Bowden, Lucy  Search this
BBC Earth (Firm)  Search this
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)  Search this
Production company:
British Broadcasting Corporation  Search this
Physical description:
1 videodisc (approximately 180 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Video recordings
Wildlife television programs
Nature television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Television series
Documentary television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Yellowstone National Park
"BBC Earth"
Widescreen (16x9).
Host, Kirk Johnson.
Rating: TV-PG.
DVD; Widescreen (16x9) presentation; Region 1.
MSRL copy 39088019603158 and MSRLSI copy 39088019603166 gift of Dr. Kirk Johnson, NMNH Director
Episode one: Time of transition -- Waking grizzlies -- A lonely otter -- The deep snow -- Hunting strategies -- Great gray owls -- Episode two: Signs of spring -- The beaver lodge -- Heralds of the season -- Gathering storms -- Going with the flow -- Leaving the nest -- Episode three: A harsh season -- Adapt or die -- The brown up -- Changing habitats -- Life from the ashes -- Beating the odds
Yellowstone is home to North America's most iconic wildlife, and every year these animals must survive the Thaw-one of the harshest seasonal changes on Earth when temperatures can swing from minus 40°F in winter to almost 100°F in summer. Learn how animals cope with this range, and witness the impact on individual families of wolves, grizzly bears, beavers, and great gray owls.
Animal behavior  Search this
Animals  Search this
Animals--Effect of global warming on  Search this
Call number:
video 001502
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries