NiveK wraps its special feature in recognition of National Native American Heritage Month, with the sights and sounds of our nation's first national park, Yellowstone, and WAYA, our regard for the protection and preservation of the creatures of our land and the vast spaces on which many reside.
We hope this special left you in very thoughtful reflection.
Unfortunately, with legal advisement and the continuing hack of our website, the global launch of our newest work, "The Window . . . has no Voice" is postponed until further notice.
Showtime: Friday, 7pm
Remember to watch on full screen
YELLOWSTONE - 150 YEARS
Yellowstone National Park preserves one of the largest, temperate-zone ecosystems on Earth. About 99% of the Park is managed as wilderness and Park biologists continually work to promote its natural ecological processes by restoring populations of many native species - in constructing nesting platforms for swans, suppressing non-native fish, establishing wolf den and bear management areas, rehabbing injured raptors and reviving extirpated, endangered or threatened wildlife.