Tag Archives: Fred Kaufman

My Life as a Turkey Makes Timely Return to PBS Nature

“I realized that this was going to be a very personal, emotional ride for me, and not just a science experiment.”—Joe Hutto, wildlife artist & naturalist. What better way to usher in the Thanksgiving holiday than with a film about … Continue reading

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My Garden of a Thousand Bees Makes Buzzworthy Debut on PBS Nature

“The hum of bees is the voice of the garden.”–renowned landscape architect Elizabeth Lawrence. As a kid, family gardens were my playground. What happy memories my cousins, friends and I forged among those beautiful flowers and that tasty vegetation. But … Continue reading

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Remarkable Rabbits Are Hopping on PBS Nature

“I’m just a little wabbit!”—Bugs Bunny. Bugs and his fictional peeps–Peter Cottontail, White Rabbit, Roger Rabbit, and the Easter bunny–are consummate people-pleasers. Who better to spend time with while we’re sidelined or sickened by the global pandemic than these celebrated, … Continue reading

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Moose: Life of a Twig Eater Makes Heart-Tugging Debut on PBS

I love animals and am especially keen on supporting those who safeguard the lives and habitats of endangered animals in the wild.  Great Apes, elephants, whales and dolphins have always been my particular passions. Up until now, I honestly never gave a second thought to Bullwinkle’s flesh … Continue reading

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