Season 3

Saving a Species

Saving a Species

The red cockaded woodpecker is an endangered species that has found refuge in the urban ecosystem of the W.G. Jones State Forest. Their champion is Donna Work, a Texas A&M Forest Service Biologist who climbs 40-foot pine trees to check on the birds.

Saving a Species / Answering the Call

Saving a Species / Answering the Call

The red cockaded woodpecker is an endangered species that has found refuge in the urban ecosystem of the W.G. Jones State Forest. Their champion is Donna Work, a Texas A&M Forest Service Biologist who climbs 40-foot pine trees to check on the birds. Also, the team at the Texas A&M Tele-behavioral Care Program is using virtual counseling to help communities and schools across the Brazos Valley.

Living the Wildlife / History Health and the Humanities

Living the Wildlife / History Health and the Humanities

A unique center at Texas A&M teaches students the management, handling, behavior and veterinary care of exotic and wildlife species. Also, meet an instructor of the Humanities in Medicine at Texas A&M, as he transforms an elective course into a documentary series about history, medicine and the lessons from our past.