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Airs Tuesday Juy 22nd at 8pm on Ch 17
Mon July 21, 2014
Saving the Ocean on WLRN-TV
Saving the Ocean (8:00 pm and 8:30 pm)
Renowned marine biologist and writer, Carl Safina, founder of the Blue Ocean Institute, takes viewers around the globe to bring back good news from the world's oceans.
8:00 pm - Destination Baja - Fishermen stop hunting gray whales and develop a lucrative whale-watching co-op.
8:30 pm - Swordfish Part 1 - Join Carl Safina as he goes to sea with some of the last remaining swordfish harpooners.
Kissimmee Basin (9:00 pm)
Throughout the centuries, the Everglades have inspired strong emotion and debate among soldiers and poets, politicians and citizens. Its history is as broad and sprawling as the River of Grass itself. Although many stories have been told about the Everglades – from drainage to restoration – few have been told about where it all begins: the Kissimmee River Basin. Restoration and protection of the natural values of this vast, watery landscape may well hold the key to restoration of the Greater Everglades ecosystem.
Glacier Park's Night of the Grizzlies (10:00 pm)
On the night of August 12, 1967, grizzly bears in Glacier National Park killed two young women and severely mauled one man. This dramatic and tragic story, and how it eventually influenced the fate of the grizzly bear in the continental United States, takes center stage in the historical documentary, GLACIER PARK'S NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLIES.