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The Wolf In Your Living Room
BBC
Games with a favourite toy - shaking it from side to side; the speed with which he devours his food; the way he circles round before curling up on the kitchen fl oor; the eager licking of his owner's face... All these actions are, in fact, instinctive and were once…
Elk in America
This award-winning wildlife documentary captures the life cycle of elk amidst the stunning scenery of the Rocky Mountains. Filmed over three years by renowned wildlife cinematographer, Gary W. Griffen, the unforgettable images and original soundtrack will immerse viewers in the elk's natural environment. Narrated by actor Stacy Keach, Elk in…
Catch Me If You Can 2: Predators
Part of the Series: Animal Studies Series
Featuring expert filmmaking at three spectacular locations: Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming), Denali National Park (Alaska), and Kluane National Park (Yukon Territory), this two-part documentary illustrates how the play of young animals manifests itself in adult behaviors, looking at two distinct groups: "Grazers" in Part 1; "Predators" in Part 2. All…
Plains
Part of the Series: EARTH
The plains are home to the greatest gatherings of animal life on the planet. But today these wild grasslands -- along with the iconic species that live here - are among the most endangered places on Earth. As we humans continue to fight for space with wildlife, Sanjayan makes it…
The Secret Life of Whitetails
Filmed in high definition, the stunning images and absorbing soundtrack in this award-winning program will immerse you in the secret domain of the white-tailed deer. Wildlife cinematographer, Gary W. Griffen, spent three years in the field capturing extraordinary behavioral footage of this magnificent creature throughout its annual cycle. Narrated by…
Adventures in Birdwatching
Join ornithologist and nature enthusiast Ken Dial as he travels to several birding hot spots filled with the most spectacular species of birds imaginable.
American Gathering
Part of the Series: Animal Studies Series
Merit of Honor -Wildlife & Environment Competition Award-winning cinematographer Greg Hensley offers incredible footage of wildlife in their natural settings, underscoring not only the importance of their own survival, but also how important the preservation of nature and wildlife is to us all. American bald eagles inspire us to explore;…
Cane Toads: The Conquest
The South American cane toad's unstoppable journey across the Australian continent has long been the focus of great controversy and bizarre fascination. The cane toad was introduced to Australia in 1935 in an attempt to control the greyback cane beetle. Unfortunately, the toads were disinclined eat the beetles. Instead, they…
Catch Me If You Can 1: Grazers
Part of the Series: Animal Studies Series
Featuring expert filmmaking at three spectacular locations: Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming), Denali National Park (Alaska), and Kluane National Park (Yukon Territory), this two-part documentary illustrates how the play of young animals manifests itself in adult behaviors, looking at two distinct groups: "Grazers" in Part 1; "Predators" in Part 2. All…
The Wolf That Changed America - Wilderness Preservation in the 19th Century
Part of the Series: Nature
In 1893, a bounty hunter named Ernest Thompson Seton journeyed to the untamed canyons of New Mexico on a mission to kill a dangerous outlaw. Feared by ranchers throughout the region, the outlaw wasn't a pistol-packing cowboy or train-robbing bandit. The outlaw was a wolf. Lobo, as locals simply called…
Goat Packing: Through The Wind River Mountains
Most of us think of goats as either petting zoo favorites, cartoon staples or food, but in growing numbers America's outdoor enthusiasts are discovering them as trail companions. People-friendly pack goats have been paving the way for many to enjoy an environmentally low impact experience. We meet some of these…
The Amazing Red Crabs of Christmas Island
Part of the Series: Show Me Science Series - Advanced
Christmas Island, discovered December 25, 1643, is just a spec of land in the Indian Ocean. The annual red crab migration at the beginning of the rainy season, however, is so massive it can be seen from the air. It has been named a wonder of the natural world. This…