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Discover the Wonders of Nature this Earth Month on PBS

Get ready for an exciting lineup of new nature programming this April, as we celebrate Earth Month!

Nature “Niagara Falls”

Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m.

Witness the story of an extraordinary ecosystem, larger than the state of Texas, and more precious than oil. The heartbeat of this remarkable water world is Niagara Falls. Through the eyes of passionate scientists and naturalists, uncover a complex world forged by stone and powered by water. In this realm, tiny shrews hunt in freezing cold rivers, spectacular shorebird migration unfolds over thundering falls, snowy owls stalk their prey from ice flows and prehistoric snapping turtles brave a perilous overland journey. All these creatures and many more are part of a remarkable narrative unfolding in one of the most unique ecosystems in North America: Niagara.

Changing Planet

Wednesday, April 19 at 8 p.m.

Changing Planet revisits six of our planet’s most vulnerable ecosystems and catches up with truly inspiring scientists and local experts fighting to safeguard their communities and wildlife and charts the progress of their game-changing environmental projects. Join conservation scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan to meet new faces who’ll deepen our understanding of these habitats.

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