February 25, 1997

PEACOCKS MATING

It’s mating season for peacocks, possibly the most recognizable bird in the world.

February 24, 1997

SAIMAA SEAL BIRTHS

This week in Finland, freshwater Saimaa seals are giving birth to their pups.

February 19, 1997

MASOALA PENINSULA RAINFOREST–Saving Habitat

The fight to save the Masoala rainforest of Madagascar is forcing scientists to find new, practical reasons for conservation.

February 14, 1997

PRAIRIE DOG MATING–Environmental Engineers

Constantly refining their habitat, the prairie dogs play a key role in their ecosystem.

February 13, 1997

PRAIRIE DOG MATING

The screams and yips of prairie dogs as they mate beneath the Great Plains of America.

February 7, 1997

ALBATROSS NESTING

What happens when thousands of albatrosses meet on a South Pacific island?.

February 6, 1997

MANATEE MIGRATION

The power plants along the Florida shore have changed the manatee’s migration pattern, both helping these endangered animals and hindering them.

February 3, 1997

SETSUBUN

It’s “the turning of the seasons in Japan,” a time of celebration, good luck, and beans.