Day 165 | June 14, 2014

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Through the eyes of naturalist and Clemson professor Patrick McMillan, the world becomes exotic and fascinating. Photo courtsey of Patrick McMillan.


Undesirable?

While snakes and alligators might be considered "undesirable" by many, they are crucial elements of the ecological processes of the Carolina Low country. 

Expeditions with Patrick McMillan” is a three-time, Emmy award winning television show committed to increasing the awareness of environmental issues, promoting the understanding of biological diversity, ecology, and biology, explaining the importance of achieving a balance between nature and mankind to create a sustainable environment.

This Clemson nature series began airing in 2007 and has been nominated for 10 Emmy awards. The 30-minute weekly TV show is produced by Clemson University Extension and airs on SC-ETV as well as on Public Broadcasting System (PBS) affiliates across the U.S. and around the world.

Check your local PBS listing for broadcast times.

DVD are available for purchase from the PSA on-line store >


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