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Untamed

Outdoor Ethics

Spending time outside and connecting with nature and wildlife can be a great joy for many people. That privilege of being outdoors comes with a great responsibility: learning and abiding by a proper set of "outdoor ethics". By understanding the effects of all of your actions, and doing your best to prevent those actions from having negative consequences on wildlife and the environment, you are being a responsible recreationist. Knowing that you are a guest in the wild, and in the homes of wild animals,...
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Wednesday, October 5 at 12:00 pm on 12.1


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UNTAMED is an up-close look at how injured, sick and displaced wild animals - from black bears and eagles to turtles, opossums and vultures - are rehabilitated at the Wildlife Center of Virginia and returned to the wild. Host Ed Clark co-founded the Wildlife Center, a leading teaching and research hospital for conservation medicine which diagnoses and rehabilitates nearly 3,000 wild animals each year. The series' informative experts and charming animals foster understanding and appreciation for wildlife.