1. After a 100 year absence from the San Pedro River of Southeastern Arizona the American Beaver is reintroduced. This video explores the history of the area and how pioneer, mining, military and ranching activities lead to the demise of the beaver presence in the San Pedro River. A thorough investigation of the benefits of the beaver to a riparian area leads to the reintroduction of the beaver in the late 20th century. Lots of excellent footage of beaver dams, dens and habitat. This video is packed with information on social structure, diet and habits of the American Beaver.

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  2. This video reviews some of the canyon plants frequently seen in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park. The Texas Madrone and the Texas Mountain Laurel and the Mexican Buckeye are several of these plants

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  3. William (Buzz) Botts introduces us to the fascinating natural wonders of Padre Island National Seashore in Southern Texas.

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  4. “Reptiles of the River” begins by describing the seven habitats that support reptile life near the San Pedro River in Arizona. The advantages and disadvantages that reptiles have in comparison to mammals in a hot, dry desert environment are discussed. Video includes close up shots of several species of lizards, snakes and turtles. This video is a great source of information on rattlesnakes and the fascinating Gila Monster.

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  5. Our River of Life, The San Pedro, and why it is so important to preserve.

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San Pedro River Videos

Welcome to the video world of Mike Foster. Mike has collected seven years worth of environmental footage from the Southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico. This collection has resulted in some of the most informative and rare video available


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Welcome to the video world of Mike Foster. Mike has collected seven years worth of environmental footage from the Southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico. This collection has resulted in some of the most informative and rare video available for the area. Mike has tirelessly scoured riparian areas, mountains, deserts and seashores and captured wildlife at its best in its natural habitat. His love and caring for the natural world is clearly expressed in these videos. Mike Foster is available and willing to travel to produce videos similar to those found on this channel for individuals or organizations that wish to enhance their message. Mike’s depth of available content and introductory rates make promoting environmental causes with quality videos very feasible. Just drop an email to sarjuesos@gmail.com to get things started!

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