Dick speaks with Dr. Azzam Alwash, who works with the conservation group Nature Iraq trying to recreate the wetlands of Iraq. They were destroyed by Saddam Hussein, who wanted to eliminate the livelihood of Arabs who live in the marshlands.
More than 150 vultures mysteriously moved into a two-block radius of Shelby, N.C. Kristen Duren, the woman charged with running the birds out of town, says the best deterrent was to hang vulture effigies upside down.
A conversation today with victims of oil spills past and present. Charlie Seal is a Gulf coast fisherman who is waiting to see the effects of the BP blow-out. RJ Kopchak was a fisherman in Cordova, Alaska when the Exxon Valdez ran aground.
Today: the final installment of our series, Good Water. When Jeff Kelble’s Shenandoah River fishing guide business ran into trouble because of fish kills, he had a choice: move on to healthier rivers, or stay and fight. He decided that he couldn’t turn his back on the river - so he took a job as the Riverkeeper.