The coyote, which flourishes on open ranges despite farmers' attempts to poison it. The resourceful animals are seen even on the fringes of suburbia, where they raid dumps and have been known to attack pets.
Part 1 of a two-part look at two years in the lives of a family of wild horses in the western United States. A black stallion named Raven leads the group through a roundup by land management workers and a harsh Montana winter.
The conclusion of a two-part look at two years in the lives of a family of wild horses in the western United States. A new generation of colts replenishes the family group after last year's roundup, and the stallion Raven guards his family against rival stallions.
One of "nature's most regal" wildcats---the lynx---and its habitat in the continent's north woods are examined. Also: keys to the lynx's survival; and a comparison with the bobcat. Marty Stouffer is the host.