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Leopard looking in the distance

NATURE, television's longest-running weekly natural history series, has won more than 200 honors from the television industry, parent groups, the international wildlife film community and environmental organizations, including the only award ever given to a television program by the Sierra Club.

NATURE
The Leopard Legacy 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 7 PM 

Follow the story of a leopard mother as she raises her cubs near the Luangwa River, facing a constant battle to hunt successfully, defend her territory and protect her cubs against enemies.

Airdates: 

  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Wed, 04/14/2021 @ 7 PM
  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Thu, 04/15/2021 @ 12 PM
  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Sun, 04/18/2021 @ 2 AM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Sun, 04/18/2021 @ 7 PM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Sun, 04/18/2021 @ 11 PM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Mon, 04/19/2021 @ 7 AM

Preview of The Leopard Legacy

Follow the story of a leopard mother as she raises her cubs near the Luangwa River.

Untamed
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 10PM 

While many people may want to create backyard habitats for wildlife, others may be uncertain about living near wild animals and have concerns about “nuisance” neighbors. Join Wildlife Center staff to learn what steps we can take to better understand the wildlife that live around us, while minimizing interactions with our wild neighbors, to keep everyone safe in their preferred habitats.

 

Airdates: 

  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Wed, 04/14/2021 @ 10 PM

NATURE 
Sharks of Hawaii 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 7PM

Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii's islands their home. Meet the white tip reef shark, whale shark, tiger shark and more.

 

Airdates: 

  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Wed, 04/21/2021 @ 7 PM
  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Fri, 04/23/2021 @ 3 AM
  • WTVP-HD 47.1 – Sun, 04/25/2021 @ 1 AM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Sun, 04/25/2021 @ 7 PM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Sun, 04/25/2021 @ 11 PM
  • WTVP-WORLD 47.3 – Mon, 04/26/2021 @ 7 AM

Preview of Sharks of Hawaii

Meet the sharks that call the waters near Hawaii’s islands their home.