April 30, 1992

WILDMAN OF CHINA – The Chinese Bigfoot?

Legends of Yeren, the Chinese Wildman, go back for at least 2500 years in eastern literature.

April 29, 1992

WILDMAN OF CHINA – Laboratory Analysis

Hair samples have been collected which reputedly come from the Chinese Wildman. Laboratory tests of these samples indicate they come from a hitherto unknown primate.

April 28, 1992


Is it possible that a large, ape-like creature is hiding in the remote forests of China?

April 27, 1992


A new invention to remove oil from contaminated birds and animals may be quicker and less traumatic than current methods of cleaning.

April 24, 1992


Use this environmentally healthy product as a packaging material, and then you can feed the birds with it!

April 23, 1992

LAPLAND – Chernobyl

The nuclear accident at Chernobyl will effect the reindeer of Lapland for decades to come.

April 22, 1992

LAPLAND – Living Culture

The people of Lapland still herd reindeer as their ancestors have done for centuries. Conditions have changed, but their cultural identity has remained intact.

April 21, 1992

LAPLAND – Hi-Tech Herding

Neither roads, nor towns, nor bridges or dams can stop the reindeers’ annual migration.

April 20, 1992

LEAKEY, RICHARD – Future of Wildlife

The future of wildlife in Africa may depend on recognition of its role in economic development.

April 17, 1992

LEAKEY, RICHARD – Fencing the Parks

Should fences be erected around Africa’s wildlife parks?

April 16, 1992

LEAKEY, RICHARD – Humans and Wildlife

In the process of protecting wildlife from people, it is also necessary to protect people from wildlife!

April 15, 1992


Unusual solutions are helping to stabilize elephant populations in Kenya.

April 14, 1992

CRANES, SANDHILL – A World-Class Gathering

The yearly migration of Sand Hill Cranes brings half a million birds to roost in Nebraska’s Platte River.

April 13, 1992

MEXICO – A Day Without

A simple plan reduces auto emissions in the one of the world’s most polluted cities.

April 10, 1992


Rapid development in Mexico created economic growth, while placing the country into environmental debt.

April 9, 1992

RAINFOREST – An Inspiration

Working in a rainforest, it’s possible to learn something new every day.

April 8, 1992

RAINFOREST – Interrelationships

Nothing in a rainforest exists in isolation, and the fate of one species may be closely linked with the actions of another.

April 7, 1992

RAINFOREST – Enrichment Planting

An economic strategy for saving the rainforest relies on being able to increase the amount of harvestable products without disrupting the balance of species.

April 6, 1992

RAINFOREST – Sustainable Use

Like rainforests elsewhere, those in Borneo are being threatened by pressures to convert the land to agricultural use.

April 3, 1992


Calling all frogs! A montage of vocalizations from around the world – and their variety will surprise you.

April 2, 1992


Frogs, toads and other amphibians may be barometers of environmental change.

April 1, 1992


Many species of amphibians all over the world are on the verge of extinction.