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Margo and her son, Rory, battle an exploding grass fire that endangers the compound. While Margo relies on science to put it out, Rory organizes a rain dance. Soon dark clouds begin to appear in the sky.
Traditional rivalry between tribes keeps Jim and his girlfriend apart. Jambele falls in love with Juba Sango with whose family the Mathibas have kept a quarrel for many years. Juba sees no hope for her love and wants to poison herself.
When Roy tries to hide a frightened elephant from the cull's legalized slaughter, Margo discovers the animal is pregnant.
Margo and Raimund fight a tsetse-fly epidemic that threatens the cattle, as well as Rory and Jam, who are in a nearby wildlife park.
A car trip to a museum turns into an emotional road adventure that tests Rory and Margo's wits and hearts. While their trip to the museum turns thrilling, Rory struggles with the idea that Margo has forgotten the anniversary of his dad's death.
Rory is forced to take a test of manhood when a village bully challenges him.
Margo is outraged when a maverick wildlife expert accuses the ranch of hunting baboons for sport, but a near lethal attack on the man's life leads her to reconsider the man's accusations and his charms.
Rory tries to impress a visiting rich girl and ends up endangering them both.
Rory's intention of earning money for Margo's birthday present leads to involvement with rhino poachers. The youth is intent on giving a hand-carved figure to his mom.
Coming back from a trip, Margo and Rory encounter village children whose parents have died from AIDS.
While Margo is away, Rory bites off more than he can chew when he befriends a lion cub.
Raimund is held suspect when a serial bomber terrorizes the region by blowing up dams. Leo Hausmann, Margo's college professor (Michael Sarrazin) is visiting.
Tom, Sam's brother (Lawrence Dane) visits Freedom Ranch for a safari, but he and Rory wind up being hunted.
Margo is mixed up in a mysterious adventure when an ancient crown is found in a mine.
An ailing flute maker who uses the wood of Eden trees wants to pass his craft on before he dies and before loggers destroy the trees.
Rory is both a victim and a witness when he and Jam are robbed, and he later sees their attackers fleeing an accident scene.
Margo learns that Sam may be involved in a plot to keep an unsafe chemical plant operating.
Chamberlain, Jam's cousin, a U.S. college-basketball star, comes to recover from an injury, but Margo suspects he has other reasons.
Rory gets paired up with an unpopular classmate for a project and learns a lesson about physical appearances.
Sam tries to donate his tobacco farm to obtain a tax credit, but the farm workers have other ideas.
An alligator eats a computer part from a fallen satellite, and the military wants it back.
When Freedom Ranch is used as a refugee camp, Margo is caught between factions. Rory is upset because of the situation. Wally and his family beg Margo to let them stay at the ranch. He asserts to be only an accountant, but other refugees have identified him as a cruel army officer named Mitunga.
The ranch is quarantined after a guest dies from a spider bite.
A man staying at the compound turns out to be a former war comrade of Nyasa's husband, who has just returned; Raimund coaches the soccer team.
Rory and Jam uncover toxic dumping close to home and Margo goes up against an unscrupulous neighbour whose greed threatens the valley.
The discovery of a boy who had been raised by animals may shed light on Rory and Margo's past.