Audubon Video: Greed and Wildlife: Poaching in America (1994)

Genres - Nature  |   Sub-Genres - Animals, Social Issues  |   Run Time - 60 min.  |  
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From the extensive Audubon video series comes the film Greed and Wildlife: Poaching in America. Each year, millions of men, women, and children visit America's woods and waters to legally enjoy the beauty and bounty of its wildlife, while others recklessly slaughter grizzlies, bald eagles, alligators, and scores of other threatened or endangered species for sport or profit. These illegal hunters pose a serious threat to nature's balance of life. Greed and Wildlife: Poaching in America takes you behind-the-scenes with those who enforce America's hunting laws. Witness shocking and graphic footage of the unlawful killings. Actor Richard Chamberlain narrates the in-depth look at this issue, and what is being done to stop poaching, a matter of concern to all hunters and all Americans who value the mysteries and wonders of the great outdoors.