ETV celebrates 'NatureScene' with documentary, new episode

- thestate.com

Special content: Scroll to the bottom of this story for a slideshow gallery and select video clips, courtesy of SC ETV

"NatureScene" is back.

And what better way to celebrate a show dealing with natural history than with a little history followed by a little nature Thursday on ETV.

"NatureScene: A Look Back," a Carolina Stories documentary on the groundbreaking show, will debut at 7 p.m., followed by the first new "NatureScene" episode since 2001 at 7:30 p.m.

It's not one of the classic "NatureScene" shows, where naturalist Rudy Mancke joins host Jim Welch on a voyage of exploration that sometimes lasts only a few hundred yards. Instead, the new episode focuses on one species - butterflies.

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