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NatureScene: Birds of North America, Part 1
Enjoy this guide to favorite birds selected from past NatureScene adventures. See the common loon, several species of wading birds, the rare whooping crane, and many birds of prey.
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NatureScene: Birds of North America, Part 2
Continue the field guide to favorite birds with shore birds, wading birds, woodpeckers and songbirds, filmed in many locations from coast to coast.
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NatureScene: In Russia
In 1993, NatureScene filmed its first program outside the United States.
Join the NatureScene crew as they share behind-the-scene views of the people, the places and the natural world that makes Russia a special place.
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DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Riverbanks Zoo
Located on the banks of the Saluda River in Columbia, Riverbanks Zoo is one of South Carolina's most picturesque attractions.
Viewers are NatureScene's guests of honor for a behind-the-scenes look at Riverbanks Zoo.
This one-hour special examines the attention to detail that has made Riverbanks one of America's top-ranked places to visit.
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DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Snakes
This program gives the viewer an intimate look at seven snakes that are found in South Carolina.

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Summer & Low Country
This program takes the viewer to a Carolina Bay in Horry County. Taped 7/79

DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Aliens
This program takes viewers into Chester, Fairfield, Lexington, Orangeburg and Richland counties of South Carolina in search of non-native plants and animals. 1979

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Autumn in the Mountains
This program takes the viewers to Ceasar's Head State Park in Greenville County.

DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Awakenings
This program takes viewers to Poinsett State Park in Sumter County.

DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Stumphouse Mountain
This program takes viewers to Oconee County in South Carolina where Rudy visits the Stumphouse Tunnel and Issaqueena Falls.

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Barrier Island
This program takes the viewers to Edisto Island in Charleston County, South Carolina. 1980

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Here Comes Winter
This program takes viewers to the Cataba River in Chester County Taped 11/80

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NatureScene: Burches Ferry
This program takes the viewers to the Great Pee Dee River in Florence County. Taped 11/80

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Walking the Piedmont
Join Rudy on a trek in Spartanburg County South Carolina down a road and into the woods that border it.
1980


DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Wildlife Refuge
This program takes the viewers to Santee National Wildlife Refuge in Clarendon County. Taped 12/79

DVD $19.95
NatureScene: Little Mountain
This program takes the viewers to Little Mountain in Newberry County. Taped 1/81

DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Columbia Canal
This program takes viewers along the Columbia Canal in Richland County. Taped 1/81

DVD $19.95
Naturescene: Hitchcock Woods
Visit South Carolina's Aiken County Sandhills and review plants and animals in the area.
1981


DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Borrow Pits
Join Rudy as he investigates the animal life in borrow pits, holes dug to retreive dirt for construction projects.

DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Stevens Creek
This program takes the viewers to Stevens Creek Natural Area in McCormick County. Taped 3/81

DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Station Falls
This program takes viewers along the trail to Station Falls in Oconne County. Taped 4/81

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Naturescene: Peachtree Rock
This program takes viewers to Peachtree Rock in Lexington County. Taped 5/80

DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Farm Pond
This program takes viewers to a farm in Fairfield County. Taped 5/82

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Naturescene: Tresvant Landing
This program takes the viewers to Transvant Landing on the Santee River in Calhoun County. Taped 6/81

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Naturescene: Woods Bay
This program takes viewers to South Carolina's Woods Bay State Park in Sumter and Clarendon Counties.
1980


DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Cooper River
This program takes the viewers to the Cooper River in Berkeley County, South Carolina.
1980


DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Santee Sinkholes
This program takes viewers to sinkholes and caves near Santee in Orangeburg County. Taped 8/80

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Naturescene: Lansford Canal
This program takes viewers to Landsford Canal State Park in Chester County, South Carolina.
1981


DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Kings Mountain
This program takes the viewers to Kings Mountain State Park in York County. Taped 8/81

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Naturescene: Lee State Park
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Naturescene: Huntington Beach
This program takes the viewers to Huntington Beach State Park in Georgetown County. Taped 9/81

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Naturescene: Vacant Lot
This program takes the viewers into a vacant lot within the city of Columbia (Richland County). Taped 10/81

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Naturescene: Chattooga
This program takes the viewers to Burrell's Ford on the Chattooga River in Oconee County. Taped 11/81

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Naturescene: Corley Woods
This program takes the viewers to an old farm in Lexington County. Taped 11/81

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Naturescene: Chert Quarry
This program takes the viewer to an Indian chert quarry in Allendale County. Taped December 1981

DVD $19.95
Naturescene: Sandhills Refuge
This program takes viewers to Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge in Chesterfield County. Taped January 1982

DVD $24.95
Naturescene: Hunting Island
This program takes the viewers to Hunting Island State Park in Beaufort County. Taped February 1982.

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Naturescene: Givhans Ferry
This program takes the viewers to Givhans Ferry State Park in Dorchester County. Taped March 1982.

DVD $19.95
Naturescene: Poisonous Animals
Join the gang as they investigate poisonous animals.
1981


DVD $24.95
NatureScene: Glacier National Park
Rocky Mountain goats, mule deer and marmots are observed along the Going to the Sun Highway at Glacier National Park in Montana. The awesome beauty of the mountains, lakes and the glacially carved valleys highlights this visit.
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NatureScene: Reelfoot Lake
Reelfoot Lake reveals an area created by a violent series of earthquakes in 1811–12. Today, the region is home to prothonotary warblers, northern orioles, rose-breasted grosbeaks, and many other birds.
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NatureScene: Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
The Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, near McAllen, Texas, provides a subtropical setting for rare and unusual bird species. Rudy and Jim's nature walk takes them from a canopy forest draped with Spanish moss, through the wetlands, to the edge of the Rio Grande. Birds observed include green jays, chachalacas, Altamira orioles, golden-fronted woodpeckers, and green kingfishers.
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NatureScene: Forty Acre Rock
Early spring finds Rudy and Jim on a broad expanse of granite known as Forty Acre Rock. Located on the edge of the Piedmont in northeastern South Carolina, the site is home to a flat rock community of rare plants and animals.
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NatureScene: Mingo National Wildlife Refuge
The Mississippi River used to flow through this area in southeastern Missouri now known as the Mingo National Wildlife Refuge. Rudy and Jim take viewers from a high ridge road into the lower wetlands and lakes for an up-close look at wildlife, including a turkey vulture nest.
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NatureScene: Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge
Wassaw Island, not far from Savannah, Georgia, is a prime example of an unspoiled barrier island along the Atlantic coast. Rudy and Jim walk through a maritime forest, over old dunes and along the beach. Their observations include ospreys, brown pelicans and bottle-nosed dolphins. Magnolias, live oak trees, resurrection ferns and sea oats are also examined.
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NatureScene: Effigy Mounds National Monument
Located in northeastern Iowa, Effigy Mounds National Monument provides panoramic views of the Mississippi River. Highlights of the nature walk include a visit to prehistoric mounds built in the form of animals.
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NatureScene: Coeur d'Alene National Forest
A walk through an old-growth of western red cedars highlights Rudy and Jim's visit to the Coeur d'Alene National Forest in Idaho. They spot a coyote along a fork of the Coeur d'Alene River and find an elk antler near the river's edge.
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NatureScene: Holyoke Range
Rudy and Jim begin their visit to this Massachusetts state park at the summit of Mount Holyoke. They discover a spectacular view of the Connecticut River Valley, as well as glacial rocks, strange volcanic formations and even dinosaur tracks.
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NatureScene: Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, a 44,000-acre refuge located on the Mississippi Flyway in Wisconsin, is part of an unglaciated area with a number of wetlands and uplands areas. A rare butterfly, the Karner blue, and nesting birds are observed.
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NatureScene: Odds and Ends
This special program gives viewers a look at many of the favorite items collected by Rudy and Jim on their nature walks. Their collection includes elk and moose antlers, a bison horn, whale fossils, a mastodon tooth, snakeskins, and bird feathers.
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NatureScene: The Adirondacks
The Adirondacks contain the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi. Rudy and Jim hike the trails of New York's Adirondack Park during the peak of fall foliage. The forests are a delightful mixture of northern deciduous and coniferous trees. A loon, the great northern diver, is spotted on a secluded lake.
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NatureScene: The Vacant Lot
This is one of the most challenging programs in the NatureScene series. It takes viewers to a vacant lot in a large urban setting, and proves that even, where you might least expect it, the study of nature can be quite interesting.
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NatureScene: Big Bend National Park
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Texas, along the great bend of the Rio Grande to the Chisos Basin, Rudy and Jim observe a variety of plants and animals, including the rock wren, roadrunner, horned lizard, and Carmen white-tailed deer.
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NatureScene: Mount Rogers National Recreation Area
Rudy and Jim experience winter in the high and windy reaches of Virginia. They begin their hike in blowing snow on "mile high" White Top Mountain. After crossing the Appalachian Trail near Elk Garden, they make their way to warmer meadows far below the 5,720-foot peak of Mount Rogers.
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NatureScene: Valley of Fires
El Malpais, in the Tularosa Valley of New Mexico, cradles the youngest existing lava flow on the United States mainland. Rudy and Jim find the going rough on the pahoehoe (a Hawaiian name for the very fluid lava), as well as on the thick block lava.
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NatureScene: Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge
The smallest of the 50 states, Rhode Island is rich with teeming bird life. Rudy and Jim visit Trustom Pond and walk its main trail through fields and forests. At Osprey Point, they observe a variety of plant communities and see the nesting piping plovers on a protected beach area.
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NatureScene: Fossil Butte National Monument
Fossil fish, some 50 million years old, are found in the flat-topped buttes and ridges near Kemmerer, Wyoming. Pronghorn, sage grouses and butterflies move freely through the sagebrush and desert shrub. Rudy and Jim climb the quarry trail to a 7,400-foot site in search of fossils.
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NatureScene: Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
Rudy and Jim visit a 16,000-acre refuge near Dover, Delaware, and capture the fall migration of waterfowl. Raccoons make their way across the marsh, while thousands of snow geese settle in the crisp open water.
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NatureScene: St. Petersburg, Russia
A very special program, shot in Russia, finds Rudy and Jim at Alexander Park—part of the palace and park complex at Pushkin. Their Russian explorations take them across St. Petersburg to the Gulf of Finland and into the Taiga Forest, the largest forest in the world.
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NatureScene: Lake Baikal, Russia
Rudy and Jim's visit to Siberia features a trip to the deepest, oldest lake in the world. Explore the rock-strewn shore and climb among the birches and orchids. The habitat includes such interesting creatures as a white wagtail, a pit viper and beautiful butterflies.
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NatureScene : Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
A blizzard of snow geese and a field of sandhill cranes are star attractions in this episode. The Chupadera Mountains frame the refuge in central New Mexico, where an abundance of bald eagles and red-tailed hawks coexist.
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NatureScene: Devil's Hopyard State Park
Jim and Rudy take a springtime walk along the Eight Mile River in Connecticut, and discover where it plunges over a 60-foot escarpment at Chapman Falls.
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NatureScene: Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
The Wasatch Range of the great Rocky Mountains forms a magnificent backdrop for this refuge near the Great Salt Lake in northern Utah. High concentrations of American avocets, black-necked stilts, western grebes, white pelicans, and Canadian geese are spotted during this summer visit.
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NatureScene: Green Ridge State Forest
Rudy and Jim visit the ridge and valley province of the Allegheny mountain chain in western Maryland. The hike provides a breathtaking view of the Potomac River, which reflects the mixed hardwood forest adorned in blazing fall colors.
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NatureScene: Signs of Life
"It's elementary, dear Welch." Get out your sleuthing gear and join Rudy and Jim for some good-natured creature trivia as they share the vast collection of artifacts collected along the trail over the past 10 years.
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NatureScene: 20th Anniversary Show
Take a look back at 20 years of NatureScene, one of the most loved series produced by SCETV. Featured in this anniversary special is video from productions, including highlights of 20 years of travel to each of the 50 United States and other parts of the world. Humorous moments from outtakes of the series are included, along with a behind-the scenes look at the equipment used by director of photography Allen Sharpe. Favorite stories from the productions are shared by Rudy Mancke, Jim Welch, and the series first host, Beryl Dakers. Produced on location on the Congaree Flood Plain near Columbia, South Carolina.

DVD $29.95
NatureScene: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
This national park on the island of Hawaii holds clues to the Pacific region's volcanic past, present and future. With lava flows providing a dramatic backdrop, Rudy and Jim explore the rim of a volcanic crater and a lava tube. The nature walk also includes an encounter with two of the area's rare birds, the nene and the apenene.
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NatureScene: Capital Reef National Park
Rudy and Jim travel to one of the best-kept secrets of the National Park Service. Beautiful vistas, including natural bridges and red sandstone bluffs, make this trip to Utah's Cathedral Valley one to remember.
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NatureScene: Lake Waccamaw
Visit one of the largest water-filled Carolina Bays, located 40 miles off the coast of North Carolina. While touring this wetlands region, Rudy and Jim discover one of North America's rarest plants, the exotic Venus flytrap.
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NatureScene: Yellowstone National Park
Rudy and Jim head to Wyoming for a field trip through this American landmark. The park houses a myriad of natural wonders, including hot springs, geysers, mud volcanoes, steam vents, and waterfalls, as well as herds of elk, pronghorn and bison.
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NatureScene: White Mountain National Forest
Beginning their walk atop New Hampshire's Mount Washington and trekking to its base, Rudy and Jim explore the changes in vegetation on the tallest mountain in the Northeast.
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NatureScene: Custer National Forest
Thousands of acres of rolling grasslands and ponderosa pines dominate the forest in the Big Sky Country of eastern Montana. On this trip, Rudy and Jim encounter the rare upland sandpiper, a native of the region.
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NatureScene: Haleakala National Park
Rudy and Jim tour this large dormant volcano on the Hawaiian island of Maui. Among other rare plants and animals, they discover one of the region's rarest flowering plants, the silversword.
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NatureScene: Fort Jackson
Surprisingly, this busy training base for the U.S. Army is also home to a 39,000-acre wildlife reserve. Rudy and Jim pay a springtime visit to this hidden treasure in central South Carolina.
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NatureScene: Theodore Roosevelt National Park
These badlands and grasslands, home to large herds of wild horses and bison, "towns" of prairie dogs and prairie rattlesnakes, provide the rustic setting for Rudy and Jim's tour of this national park in North Dakota.
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NatureScene: The Northeast Kingdom
On this trip through the bogs and coniferous forests of northeastern Vermont, Rudy and Jim encounter several small animals. The crew also spots signs of the dominant animal in the region, the moose.
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NatureScene: Dixie National Forest
Elevations vary from 2,800 to over 11,000 feet in this two-million-acre forest that stretches about 170 miles over southern Utah. The field trip starts at the edge of a snowdrift in the mountains and ends in a rare bristlecone pine forest overlooking the high desert.
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NatureScene: Memories of Yellowstone
Rudy and Jim reflect on highlights of their autumn visit to America's oldest national park, located in Wyoming. The crew explores Mammoth Hot Springs, Hayden Valley, Lower Yellowstone Falls, the Madison River, and, of course, Old Faithful.
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NatureScene: In the Rough
A former rice plantation turned golf course provides an unusual backdrop for this NatureScene excursion. Red-shouldered hawks and butterflies are among the wildlife discovered along the coast of South Carolina.
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NatureScene: Sequoia National Forest
Rudy and Jim hike through one of the giant sequoia groves and into glacier-torn caverns, past imposing granite monoliths, and across sparkling mountain streams on a trek through the Sequoia National Forest in California. Sequoia trees, the largest living plants on Earth, provide the breathtaking focal point for this majestic nature walk.
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NatureScene: Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
The once-devastated environment of Mount St. Helens in Washington is beginning to thrive again after the legendary volcano erupted in 1980. Despite the eruption that created winds of more than 600 mph, blasts of heat measuring 500 degrees, and the largest landslide ever seen, wildlife in the area is beginning to return.
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NatureScene: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
For their first-ever trip to Alaska, Rudy and Jim trek through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. They are greeted by two of nature's largest mammals, moose and caribou.
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NatureScene: Carter Caves State Park
This unique area in eastern Kentucky provides Rudy and Jim with a look at underground caverns and mountain woodlands, as well as an insider's glimpse at the winter home of the endangered Indiana bat.
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NatureScene: Denali National Park
From the shadows of Mount McKinley, Rudy and Jim take an up close look at grizzlies, caribou, moose, and wolves found inside the six-million-acre Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
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NatureScene: Death Valley National Park
Rudy and Jim explore the many natural attractions of Death Valley National Park in southeastern California, including the cliff at Dante's View.
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NatureScene: Crater Lake National Park
Summer in south-central Oregon finds Rudy and Jim on the caldera rim of Crater Lake, looking at the deepest and bluest lake in the United States. The story of Mount Mazama, Wizard Island, and the plants and animals of the area are featured in this visit to Crater Lake National Park.
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