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Spirit of the Sound

Spirit of the Sound

Season 10 Episode 18 | 54m 29s

Puget Sound is home to a myriad of wildlife. This ecosystem comprises more than 2,000 miles of inland shoreline, into which 24 rivers drain from 2 mountain ranges. It is home to 3 million people; despite human development, this regional estuary is haven to wildlife whose ecology is not so much controlled by the ravages of industrialization, but rather by the changing seasons and the whims of time

Aired: 05/22/93
Spirit of the Sound
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Meet the many species of canids, the family of wild dogs.
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Immerse yourself in Scotland with its magnificent 500-year-old Scots pine tree.
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