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2:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Shadow: The Black Jaguar"  Martin and Chris are trying to decide on their next wild cat adventure when they learn that Zach Varmitech has decided to "catnap" a Black Jaguar to use as a symbol for his new spybots. D

3:00 pm 
Wyland's Art Studio  "Open Seas"  Develop skills to paint transparent and textured water in this open ocean scene.G

3:30 pm 
Piano Guy   Host Scott Houston and his guest, Matt Munhall, discuss playing Woody Guthrie's classic American folk tune, "This Land Is Your Land." Five-time Grammy nominee, David Benoit, demonstrates playing tunes with only black keys. Bradley Sowash shows us how to play "On Top Of Old Smokey. D

4:00 pm 
Journeys In India  "Gir: The Last Refuge of the Lion"  The desert of Gujurat is hardly the place one expects to encounter a lion, but in the scrub forest of the region Bill does exactly that. Join him as he tracks the lion and many less dangerous creatures from spotted deer to owls and parrots. Around the campfire at night meet the local dance group who is preserving the traditional dances of the area people. D

4:30 pm 
Saving The Ocean  "River of Kings, Part 1"  For millennia, the Nisqually Indians relied on Chinook salmon caught in the Nisqually River. Now the river's wild Chinook are extinct, and the tribe runs a hatchery to keep their fishery going. But an unusual coalition of tribal leaders, private partners and government agencies is working to restore the river from top to bottom, from its source in the glaciers of Mount Rainier to the estuary that empties into Puget Sound. D

5:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL

6:00 pm 
Nature  "Radioactive Wolves"  This film looks at what happens to nature after a nuclear accident. Two groups are studying the native wolf population now living in the devastated Chernobyl area 25 years after the event. Through the studies, scientists are piecing together a picture of the entire ecosystem and seeking to determine the status of the wolf population.G

7:00 pm 
Journeys In India  "Gir: The Last Refuge of the Lion"  The desert of Gujurat is hardly the place one expects to encounter a lion, but in the scrub forest of the region Bill does exactly that. Join him as he tracks the lion and many less dangerous creatures from spotted deer to owls and parrots. Around the campfire at night meet the local dance group who is preserving the traditional dances of the area people. D

7:30 pm 
Saving The Ocean  "River of Kings, Part 1"  For millennia, the Nisqually Indians relied on Chinook salmon caught in the Nisqually River. Now the river's wild Chinook are extinct, and the tribe runs a hatchery to keep their fishery going. But an unusual coalition of tribal leaders, private partners and government agencies is working to restore the river from top to bottom, from its source in the glaciers of Mount Rainier to the estuary that empties into Puget Sound. D

8:00 pm 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Spring Wildflowers"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner explores the Great Smoky Mountains to photograph spring wildflowers with nature photographer Kevin AdaMs.. D

8:30 pm 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Wild Horses"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner discovers Spanish wild horses to photograph along the remote beaches on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with nature photographer Jared Lloyd. D

9:00 pm 
Orangutan Diary   Meet Noddy, top of the class at nursery but nervous about his first day at school. Massive male Hercules, the hairiest orangutan you will ever meet, heads off for his annual leave on a river island. The confiscation team sets off on their most demanding rescue yet, and one of the technicians risks his life in a death-defying climb to get Bonny back where she belongs. D

10:00 pm 
Nature  "Radioactive Wolves"  This film looks at what happens to nature after a nuclear accident. Two groups are studying the native wolf population now living in the devastated Chernobyl area 25 years after the event. Through the studies, scientists are piecing together a picture of the entire ecosystem and seeking to determine the status of the wolf population.G

11:00 pm 
Journeys In India  "Gir: The Last Refuge of the Lion"  The desert of Gujurat is hardly the place one expects to encounter a lion, but in the scrub forest of the region Bill does exactly that. Join him as he tracks the lion and many less dangerous creatures from spotted deer to owls and parrots. Around the campfire at night meet the local dance group who is preserving the traditional dances of the area people. D

11:30 pm 
Saving The Ocean  "River of Kings, Part 1"  For millennia, the Nisqually Indians relied on Chinook salmon caught in the Nisqually River. Now the river's wild Chinook are extinct, and the tribe runs a hatchery to keep their fishery going. But an unusual coalition of tribal leaders, private partners and government agencies is working to restore the river from top to bottom, from its source in the glaciers of Mount Rainier to the estuary that empties into Puget Sound. D

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