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Wildlife Nation  >  Episode 14

Join host Jeff Corwin on an epic adventure to the great state of California. First, Jeff visits the central California coastline to observe one of the most playful creatures in the entire golden state: sea otters! Jeff explores sea otter habitat and discovers amazing insights into sea otter group behavior. Later, Jeff goes for a dive through a towering old growth kelp forest and helps conservationists better understand the challenges facing this important marine ecosystem. Finally, Jeff makes his way into the California interior among the ancient trees of Redwoods State Park to participate in a conservation program with one of the most diverse groups of mammals on earth: bats!

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Sea otters play a vital role in their ecosystems but are often threatened by the effects of human-wildlife conflict. Read more about the ongoing conservation efforts being made to restore sea otters throughout their historical range and mitigate conflicts.

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