Top predators may hold a key to life itself.
Can people and predators coexist? Can we afford not to?
Birds, butterflies, beaver and antelope, wildflowers and frogs — could their survival possibly be connected to top predators like the wolf and cougar? Narrated by Peter Coyote, Green Fire Productions has created a captivating documentary that goes behind the scenes with leading scientists to explore the role top predators play in restoring and maintaining ecosystems and biodiversity.
Wolves and cougars, once driven to the edge of existence, are finding their way back — from the Yellowstone plateau to the canyons of Zion, from the farm country of northern Minnesota to the rugged open range of the West. LORDS OF NATURE: Life in a Land of Great Predators tells the story of science now discovering the great carnivores as revitalizing forces of nature, and a society now learning tolerance for the beasts they had once banished.
Filmed in high-definition, 60 minutes. LORDS OF NATURE is a documentary and education campaign about the vital ecological role large predators play in restoring the health of America’s wild ecosystems.
LORDS OF NATURE broadcasts on PBS affiliate stations are beginning September 1! Be sure to check our webpage to learn when the film is airing in your community.
Don’t see your station on the list? Don’t be discouraged. Stations in many states and communities have committed to air the film, but have not yet set their broadcast date and time and so do not appear on the list.
Updated information will be posted as we get it, so please check back. Please be sure to let family and friends in other areas know about LORDS OF NATURE broadcasts if you notice a broadcast where they live. When you see your station on the list, we need your help to promote the broadcast to the widest audience possible. See the webpage to learn how else you can help.
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