Aldo Leopold – His Life and Thought

198726 mins

Narrated by Lorne Greene, this classic documentary presents the biography of Aldo Leopold (1887-1948), a renowned scientist, educator, philosopher, scholar and writer, who has been called the "father of wildlife ecology," as well as the "father of wildlife management"; the thoughts and reflections of this important naturalist have guided millions to discover what it means to live in harmony, not only with the land, but also with each other.

A Sand County Almanac is one of the most important and lyrical books ever written about conservation and the environment. Although Aldo Leopold died one year before his famous book was published, his ideas about nature and the environment continue today as his lasting legacy.

To learn more about Aldo Leopold’s classic work, see Aldo Leopold – A Sand County Almanac