<![CDATA[NBC 7 San Diego - Down to Earth With Dagmar]]>Copyright 2018https://www.nbcsandiego.com/feature/dagmarhttp://media.nbcnewyork.com/designimages/KNSD+RSS+Feed+logo+blue.pngNBC 7 San Diegohttps://www.nbcsandiego.comen-usTue, 18 Sep 2018 16:36:06 -0700Tue, 18 Sep 2018 16:36:06 -0700NBC Owned Television Stations<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Nearly 90 Elephants Dead in Botswana from Poaching]]>Thu, 13 Sep 2018 19:14:15 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Nearly_90_Elephants_Dead_in_Botsw.jpg]]><![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: The Extinction Crisis]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 23:26:56 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/212*120/Down+to+earth+Extinction+crisis1.jpg

Once a seemingly untouchable giant, the African Elephant is now one of the many species facing extinction. On this NBC 7 special, Down to Earth: The Extinction Crisis, Dagmar Midcap travels to South Africa where teams will gather two dozen endangered elephants and attempt to move them to Mozambique where they can flourish away from the threat of poachers and habitat loss. One hundred years ago, the continent of Africa was home to 500 million elephants. Today, less than 700,000 remain. Will we be the generation that loses elephants forever?

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The capture and loading of 24 elephants is complete. The next objective is to get them to their new home in Mozambique. It’ll take 36 straight hours of driving to get them there, with challenges at every turn.

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Will the elephants make it through their first night after being relocated to the Zinave National Park in Mozambique? Will they reconnect with the herd that was relocated in the last relocation project? Their new habitat can be welcoming and dangerous at the same time.

Segment 3

Will we be the generation that loses elephants forever? Every single one of us can make a difference. We hope that what you’ve seen on this special presentation of Down to Earth with Dagmar Midcap has entertained, informed and inspired you.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis Segment 1]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 22:44:20 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/DOWN_TO_EARTH_DAGMAR_ELEPHANT_Special_Segment_1_1200x675_1314633283950.jpg

Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis with NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap (Segment 1)

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis Segment 2]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 22:38:46 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/DOWN_TO_EARTH_DAGMAR_ELEPHANT_special_segment_2_1200x675_1314617923870.jpg

Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis with NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap (Segment 2)

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Meet Dagmar]]>Thu, 21 Aug 2014 11:48:28 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/DM-article-header.jpg

You see her daily, delivering San Diego’s Most Accurate Forecast on NBC 7.   Aside from weather, Dagmar Midcap’s enthusiasm for animals and all things environmental can be experienced through her segments, Down to Earth with Dagmar.  These unique stories are the product of Dagmar’s curiosity for knowledge coupled with her passion for a healthy, environmentally conscious lifestyle.

The Wild…
From stories about protecting endangered wildlife species, to special access that bring you up close with the exotic ; Dagmar’s fascination with animals, both wild and domestic is a constant theme in her story-telling.

Close to Home… 
If you are familiar with Dagmar, you know she speaks about her four-legged family members often.  As an advocate for rescuing animals, Dagmar will often share a range of stories around pet care, from training techniques to taking care of doggie dental needs.

Heath & Science...
A naturalist of sorts in her own lifestyle, Dagmar will share stories on living green and clean.   Science is another topic that piques Dagmar’s interest.   Explaining in terms we can all relate to, for example, how new studies on the rise in carbon dioxide levels will impact our lives and the environment. 

These topics and others that will be sure to inform, awaken and inspire, come along and get Down to Earth with Dagmar!

Keep tabs on Dagmar’s story-seeking adventures, follow her on Twitter: @DagmarNBCSD  Facebook: Dagmar Midcap
 

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Photo Gallery]]>Thu, 25 Sep 2014 18:43:48 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/dagmar-cheetah-blurb.jpgCheck out Down to Earth with Dagmar's photo gallery]]><![CDATA[Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis Segment 3]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 22:37:18 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/DOWN_TO_EARTH_DAGMAR_ELEPHANT_special_segment_3_1200x675_1314594371592.jpg

 Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis with NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap (Segment 3)

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis Segment 4]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 23:20:00 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/DOWN_TO_EARTH_DAGMAR_ELEPHANT_special_segment_4_1200x675_1314582083773.jpg

Down to Earth: Extinction Crisis with NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap (Segment 4)

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Tracking Elephants with an App]]>Thu, 30 Aug 2018 19:40:40 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Tracking_Elephants_if_an_App.jpg

Here's a preview of Dagmar's new half-hour special on the extinction crisis.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Clear the Shelter]]>Thu, 23 Aug 2018 22:56:02 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Clear_the_Shelter.jpg

NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap with more on the big day and why now is no time to rest.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Clear the Shelters]]>Thu, 16 Aug 2018 19:15:13 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Clear_the_Shelters.jpg

NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap has some tips that might help you find your fur baby.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Protecting Pet Paws from Heat]]>Thu, 26 Jul 2018 19:13:41 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Protecting_Pet_Paws_from_Heat.jpg

Hot temperatures could burn pet paws from the hot pavement.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: California Reaches Emissions Goal]]>Thu, 19 Jul 2018 19:20:30 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__California_Reaches_Emissions_Goal.jpg

What's the future holds in regards to greenhouse gas emissions? NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap has more.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Relocating Elephants to Help Save the Species]]>Thu, 12 Jul 2018 19:51:38 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Relocating_Elephants_to_Help_Save.jpg

NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap gives us a sneak peek of the second part of the Extinction Crisis series.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Fight to Save Elephants]]>Thu, 21 Jun 2018 20:02:52 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Fight_to_Save_Elephants.jpg

NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap heads back to Africa to get a first-hand look at the fight to save the elephants.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Using Humanitarianism to Fight Poaching]]>Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:32:05 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Using_Humanitarianism_to_Fight.jpg

A non-profit project called Nourish is showing South African villagers that there are other ways to make money besides poaching. NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap explains.

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<![CDATA[Adoption Fees Waived for Military Families at Helen Woodward Animal Center]]>Fri, 25 May 2018 08:46:25 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Helping_Military_Families.jpg

Sailor, Marine, and Scout are all perfect names for pets in military families.

There’s also Pilot, a 2-month old Labrador blend who will be available for adoption Saturday at the Helen Woodward Animal Center.

The organization is having a special event this weekend and will waive adoption fees for military families adopting cats and dogs.

“It’s a deep discount because our adoption fees vary from animal to animal,” said Director Mindy Wright.

The special event is in partnership with the Animals for Armed Forces Foundation which has been able to adopt out 1,300 animals to military families since it started in 2012.

“They thought here is a group of animals that need a hero and there are heroes who need the unconditional love that these animals can provide,” Wright said. “So it's a perfect match."

Adoptive families must meet adoption requirements and will be asked to pay a microchip fee of $32. 

Here is information on this weekend's event. See the pets up for adoption here. For questions, call 858-756-4117, ext.1.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Helping Military Families with Pet Adoptions]]>Thu, 24 May 2018 19:27:47 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Helping_Military_Families.jpg

May is military appreciation month, and one San Diego animal facility is making it easier for members of the military to adopt pets.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: Lions, Tigers and Bears Sanctuary]]>Thu, 17 May 2018 19:34:09 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/lions_tigers_bears.png

Lions, Tigers and Bears cares for exotic animals when they often have no place else to go. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap has the story.



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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Tech in the Wild]]>Thu, 10 May 2018 23:31:46 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Tech_in_the_Wild.jpg

Technology, like drones and thermal cameras, are being implemented to protect endangered species in Africa, in this segment of Down to Earth with Dagmar.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: CO2 Levels Reach All-Time High]]>Thu, 03 May 2018 19:08:28 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__CO2_Level_Reaches_All-Time_High.jpg

Our air is dirtier than ever. NBC 7's weather anchor Dagmar Midcap explains why this is cause for concern.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: World-Renown Vet Visits San Diego]]>Thu, 26 Apr 2018 20:18:21 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__World-Renown_Vet_Visits_San_Diego.jpg

When it comes to conservation and environmentalism, San Diego has few peers, according to Dr. William Fowlds.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: Saving the African Penguins]]>Thu, 19 Apr 2018 19:07:51 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__Saving_the_African_Penguins.jpg

San Diego Zoo Global is working a South African bird conservation group to help reverse the species decline.

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<![CDATA[San Diegans Sail for a Better Sea]]>Fri, 06 Apr 2018 06:58:31 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Sailors-Down-to-Earth.jpg

Two San Diego men, tired of seeing ocean pollution, will travel around the world to convince humans to stop trashing the planet.

Kyle Corbett and Mike Appio are planning a two-year voyage circumnavigating the earth, the goal is to raise awareness about the devastation of our oceans committed by careless human activity.

Corbett and Appio are seeing huge increases in the amount of trash in the ocean, specifically plastics.

Plastic forks, straws, balloons, and cups are in harbors, open waters and deep seas. 

“We’re decimating our own planet by our simple conveniences. We’re killing the ocean," Corbett said. "The plastic is only going to multiply. It’s literally destroying our ecosystem.” 

“Plastic never breaks down, it only breaks up,” said Appio. “It breaks into tiny pieces, then fish eat it.”

The plan is to have researchers and scientists on the boat documenting what they find in the ocean. They will collect data on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and whatever other trash they come across.

“We’re going to show people what we are doing to our ocean,” said Corbett, “This boat can’t go out and clean up the entire ocean, but what we can do is teach millions of people that we don’t need to rely on single-use plastics that are used for less than 15 minutes by the average user and comprise 50 percent of all plastics produced in world.”

Then, the sailors plan on going to remote, under-developed villages and educate people about the what’s happening in the ocean.

According to Corbett, many of villagers depend on the ocean for survival but have no idea how they are harming it. Corbett said a big part of the ocean trash problem is fishing nets and lines.

“Villagers in under-developed nations are actually eating fish not knowing what they’re contaminating it with. We’re going to go into villages and show villagers, we’ll cut a fish belly open and show them what contaminants are inside, and say, 'Guys, this is your own fishing line inside of your own food source. This is the change that needs to happen.'”

Besides education and research, a third aspect of the trip is publicity through social media. Show the world what’s happening in very remote places through Instagram, blogs, Facebooks, and vlogs.

Why are Appio and Corbett so passionate about plastic in the ocean?

They say they don’t want to be part of the generation that permanently trashed the ocean.

The sailing excursion is being privately financed, so Corbett and Appio are raising money. If you’re interested in learning more about their plan or want to help heal the ocean you can visit SeasLyfe.com and ReduceImpact.org


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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: Sailing for a Better Sea]]>Thu, 05 Apr 2018 19:13:46 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__Sailing_for_Better_Sea.jpg

A recent study found the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has grown to twice the size of Texas. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap talks two local sailors are sailing to raise awareness for ocean health.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: Where Do Injured Wildlife Go?]]>Thu, 29 Mar 2018 19:25:27 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_with_Dagmar__Where_Do_Injured_Wildlife_Go_.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shows us how Project Wildlife put injured or displaced local wildlife back in the wild.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth with Dagmar: Climate Change Will Push More Immigrants North to US]]>Thu, 22 Mar 2018 19:28:29 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_w__Dagmar__Binational_Climate_Change_Research.jpg]]><![CDATA[Finding Zen Through Goat Yoga]]>Fri, 16 Mar 2018 06:40:23 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Finding_Zen_Through_Goat_Yoga.jpg

In the latest edition of Down to Earth with Dagmar, Dagmar Midcap takes us along with her to a goat yoga class to, well, do goat yoga.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: The Extinction Crisis Part 3]]>Tue, 27 Feb 2018 09:15:15 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__The_Extinction_Crisis_Part_3.jpg

Rhino horn is one of the most valuable products on the planet. But the product is illegal. Despite, it's trading continues. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap traveled to Africa for a closer look at the illegal poaching business that could lead to the extinction of the rhinoceros if not stopped.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: The Extinction Crisis Part 2]]>Tue, 27 Feb 2018 09:17:13 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__The_Extinction_Crisis_Part_2.jpg

Rhino horn is one of the most valuable products on the planet. But the product is illegal. Despite, it's trading continues. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap traveled to Africa for a closer look at the illegal poaching business that could lead to the extinction of the rhinoceros if not stopped. Watch the next segment of the special here.

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<![CDATA[Down to Earth With Dagmar: The Extinction Crisis Part 1]]>Tue, 27 Feb 2018 09:18:03 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Down_to_Earth_With_Dagmar__The_Extinction_Crisis_Part_1.jpg

Rhino horn is one of the most valuable products on the planet. But the product is illegal. Despite, it's trade continues. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap traveled to Africa for a closer look at the illegal poaching business that could lead to the extinction of the rhinoceros if not stopped. Watch the next segment of the special here.

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<![CDATA[Dagmar Midcap Microchips a Southern White Rhino]]>Wed, 24 Jan 2018 13:50:00 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/vlcsnap-2018-01-24-12h47m12s150.png

 NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap documents the dehorning procedure of a Southern White Rhino.

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<![CDATA[Africa: Rhino Rangers Are Passionate About Stopping Poachers]]>Wed, 24 Jan 2018 13:58:40 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/vlcsnap-2018-01-24-12h58m15s862.png

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap reports on the efforts to battle well-armed and violent poachers from killing rhinos on reserve property.

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<![CDATA[Thandi Thrives After Attack by Poachers]]>Wed, 24 Jan 2018 13:52:35 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Africa_pkg_Thandi_Dagmar_1200x675_1143995459669.jpg

WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap reports from the Kariega Game Reserve where a rhino was injured for her horn and required months of recovery. 

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<![CDATA[The Extinction Crisis: How Dogs Are Helping to Stop Poachers]]>Thu, 01 Feb 2018 20:42:48 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/How_Dogs_Are_Helping_to_Stop_Poachers.jpg

Poachers are disguising as tourists to enter wildlife preserves in South Africa. In this preview, NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap looks at how dogs are helping rangers stop the poachers before they enter the park.

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<![CDATA[Sneak Peek: The Extinction Crisis with Dagmar Midcap]]>Wed, 31 Jan 2018 22:17:19 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Sneak_Peak_into_Dagmars_Coverage_The_Extinction_Crisis.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shares a sneak peak of her feature discussing the extinction crisis of animals in Africa.

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<![CDATA[Humans Care for Orphaned Rhinos in Africa Game Reserve]]>Wed, 24 Jan 2018 14:04:29 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Africa_pkg_Rhino_Orphanage_Dagmar_1200x675_1143993923897.jpg]]><![CDATA[Horses and Dogs Are Used in War Against Poaching]]>Wed, 24 Jan 2018 13:54:36 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Africa_pkg_Horses_Dogs_Dagmar_1200x675_1143993411806.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap reports on how horses and dogs are being used to keep an eye on animals that are at risk of poachers in Africa. 

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<![CDATA[Neglected White Tiger Cub Finds Home in Alpine]]>Thu, 04 Jan 2018 20:38:09 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Neglected_White_Tiger_Cub_Finds_Home_in_Alpine.jpg

A White Tiger cub caught up in the animal trading underworld has found a safe, loving home at Lions, Tigers and Bears in Alpine. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap has the story.

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<![CDATA[Preview: The Rhino Extinction Crisis]]>Tue, 12 Dec 2017 20:17:59 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Preview_The_Rhino_Extinction_Crisis.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shares the sneak preview of a special segment on the rapid decline of Africa's rhino species.

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<![CDATA[The Rhinoceros Extinction Crisis]]>Tue, 28 Nov 2017 20:32:02 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/The_Rhinoceros_Extinction_Crisis.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shares details on her upcoming trip to South Africa to report on animal poaching and conservation.

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<![CDATA[San Diego Zoo Shares Adorable Dwarf Crocodiles]]>Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:23:22 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/San_Diego_Zoo_Shares_Adorable_Dwarf_Crocodiles.jpg

NBC 7’s Dagmar Midcap takes a look at some of the San Diego Zoo’s adorable dwarf crocodiles on this week’s Down to Earth. The small but mighty creatures share a similar lifespan to humans.

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<![CDATA[Making Water From Air]]>Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:18:30 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Making_Water_From_Air.jpg

A high profile panel discussion featuring leaders in water technology, conservation and innovation will be held Wednesday night to showcase the potential solution to our water troubles. NBC 7’s Dagmar Midcap explains on this week’s Down to Earth.

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<![CDATA[Carbon Dioxide Levels Increased at Record Rate in 2016]]>Thu, 09 Nov 2017 13:35:51 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Carbon_Dioxide_Increased_at_Record_Rate_in_2016_Record.jpg

A professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography says the increase in carbon dioxide isn’t suprising but that doesn’t mean it should not be managed. NBC 7’s Dagmar Midcap explains in this week’s Down to Earth.

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<![CDATA[Encinitas Restaurant Puts a Healthy Twist on Fast Food]]>Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:22:48 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Encinitas_Restaurant_Puts_a_Healthy_Twist_on_Fast_Food.jpg

Plant Power in Encinitas is serving up fresh and healthy options for anyone looking for a quick and easy meal. NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap brings you the story on this week's Down to Earth.

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<![CDATA[What To Do with Pets During an Emergency]]>Thu, 12 Oct 2017 20:29:05 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/What_To_Do_with_Pets_During_an_Emergency.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap covers an emergency plan for pet owners in case owners need to make a quick evacuation.

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<![CDATA[Innovative Rehabilitation Helps Paralyzed Dogs Walk]]>Thu, 05 Oct 2017 19:48:08 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Innovative_Rehab_Helps_Paralyzed_Dogs_Walk_Again.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap reports how some animal therapists are meeting with success in rehabilitating dogs.

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<![CDATA[Dagmar Takes Flight With the Blue Angels]]>Fri, 22 Sep 2017 22:56:19 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/214*120/Dagmar_Takes_Flight_With_the_Blue_Angels.jpg

NBC 7’s Dagmar Midcap takes flight with the Blue Angels just ahead of the MCAS Miramar Airshow.

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<![CDATA[A Closer Look at the SD Zoo Safari Park's 2 New Tiger Cubs]]>Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:06:51 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/A_Closer_Look_at_the_SD_Safari_Park_s_2_New_Tiger_Cubs.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shares how the two tiger cubs recently taken into the San Diego Zoo's Safari Park are helping to raise awareness of the endangered species.

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<![CDATA[Ancient Remedy of Acupuncture Could Help Animals]]>Thu, 27 Jul 2017 19:17:23 -0700https://media.nbcsandiego.com/images/213*120/Ancient_Remedy_of_Acupuncture_Could_Help_Animals.jpg

NBC 7's Dagmar Midcap shares how acupuncture could be helpful in treating pets without invasive medical procedures.

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