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More Stories of Where Humans and Habitat Meet

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A man walks from Mexico to the tip of South America with his best friend, a donkey; a man crosses the Atlantic to deliver livestock to post-World War II Europe; and an outdoorsy woman discovers she has more to learn about the wilderness. HumaNature, this Sunday afternoon at 5 on the KSUT Sunday Special.

HumaNature is stories of where humans and habitat meet, and is produced in Laramie by Wyoming Public Media. KSUT airs each edition of the periodic program as it's made available.

In this installment:

The story of a love that spans continents. Jon Dunham set out on the longest, toughest walk of his life. But along the way, he met someone who helped carry the weight.

 

Herb Pownall wanted to see the world. So he boarded a ship bound for Europe. And 800 cows.

 

Sophie May grew up in Alaska, spending lots of time outside. But when it came time to explore the wilderness as an adult, she found out she had more to learn.
 

Hear HumaNature Sunday January 8 at 5:00 p.m. on the KSUT Sunday Special.  

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