Southwest Horizons Series
White Sands, White Wilderness: A Visual Exploration of the World's Largest Gypsum Dunes
This tape in the Southwest Horizons Nature Series, you will visit the wondrous gypsum dune environment of New Mexico's White Sands National Monument, the largest of its type in the world. Through dramatic video footage and colorful computer animation, this documentary details the geology, plants, wildlife and ancestral peoples found nowhere else. Approximate Running Time: 57 minutes
Chiricahuas: Mountain Islands in the Desert
This tape in the Southwest Horizons Nature Series features the amazing animals, plants, geology and people of the "wonderland of the rocks", the Chiricahua Mountains on the New Mexico / Arizona border. Plant and animal species meet here in this spectacular biological crossroads of the Chihuahuan and Sonoran Deserts, the Rocky Mountains and Mexico's Sierra Madres. Approximate Running Time: 61 minutes
Bosque del Apache: Ancient Flyway of the Rio Grande
Episode Three presents one of America's premier wildlife refuges. Every winter, this wetland in the desert becomes home to thousands of migratory birds that come to feed in the temperate New Mexico climate. This documentary features spectacular footage of the refuge's huge flocks and many other animals that life in this rich and diverse ecosystem. Approximate Running Time: 60 minutes
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