|Our Environment: Issue 12 - Spring 1997:|
Green List: Endangered Species
from Christchurch City Libraries
Endangered species are a subject of enduring interest both at school and at home. The library holds a fascinating collection of videos profiling a wide range of endangered animals and environments. Top quality footage from National Geographic, Wild South and the Survival wildlife series bring to life these rare and often beautiful creatures and places.
Here is a small selection of the videos available in the audiovisual section on the ground floor.
Desert Song (574.5265 Des) - Mojave Desert ecology
Encounters with Whales (599.5 Enc) - Scientists study the Southern humpback whale
Gorillas in the midst of Man (599.884 Gor) - Scientists continue the work of Dian Fossey
The Living Forest (333.75 Liv) - Measures needed to conserve forests
The Living Reef (574.994 Liv) - Great Barrier Reef ecology
Tiger Tiger (599.74428 Tig) - From the Survival Wildlife series
Wild South: Cold Water, Warm Blood (599.9 Wil) - Sea and bird life of the Kaikoura Coast
Wild South: Kiwi, a Natural History (598.54 Wil) - Against all odds the Kiwi has survived
Wild South: Colony Z; the Firstborn (598.44 Wil) - Yellow-eyed penguins on Otago Peninsula and fur seals at Tuamaka Island
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