In the United States, 59 native animal species have gone extinct and 186 others are endangered. Can they possibly be saved, and if so, how? These questions are explored in this documentary that features profiles of selfless individuals who have dedicated their lives to saving the United States' wildlife and natural habitats. Includes profiles of an animal rescuer in Oregon, a Massachusetts couple who create nesting sights for osprey, 84-year-old "turtle lady" Ida Loetscher, and others. 58 min. Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; featurettes.