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NATURE
FLYWAYS 
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 7 PM

Shorebirds fly thousands of miles each year along ancient and largely unknown migratory routes called flyways. Species travel from feeding grounds in the southern hemisphere to breeding grounds in the Arctic regions and back again, flying up to nine days non-stop without food or water. But their populations are crashing. Follow a conservation movement of bird-loving experts and citizen scientists as they mobilize to the challenge of understanding and saving shorebirds.
 

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ATTENBOROUGH AND THE JURASSIC SEA MONSTER
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 7 PM

Sir David Attenborough unearths a once-in-a-lifetime discovery: the fossil of a giant pliosaur, the largest Jurassic predator ever known. Follow a team of forensic experts on a perilous expedition to excavate the skull, uncover the predatory secrets lying deep inside the fossil, and unlock clues about the life of this giant sea beast.
 

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PATRICK AND THE WHALE 
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 7 PM

Patrick Dykstra has a life-changing encounter with a sperm whale and discovers their hidden world.
 

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Patrick Dykstra and a sperm whale. Dominica.
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