Have you ever noticed that birds seem to get louder and sing more during the spring season? Well, you’re not imagining things. Birdsong is a key indicator of the spring season, as more migratory birds return to their homes to mate.
In celebration of the season, and in anticipation of our upcoming live broadcast, American Spring LIVE, we’ve curated a playlist of songs that each gives a nod to spring, be it in subject matter or lyrics. From standards to folk songs to modern rock to funk to classical favorites, we’ve selected a wide variety of genres and artists to help you get into the spring spirit!
Love is all around in the natural world, and it deserves to be celebrated! Whether it’s affection between mothers and babies, lifelong mates, or unlikely friends, many animals have a special way of showing their love and kinship (even if it isn’t flowers and candy!) From everyone at NATURE, we wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Our two-part series, Equus “Story of the Horse,” explores the origins of the modern day horse, as well as the ways this remarkable animal plays a vital role in our lives. With over 400 various breeds, the horse is one extremely diverse species – some have been bred for specific tasks, others for beauty, some even just for play! Allow us to break down just a few of these beautiful breeds…
As you gather around the table this week in celebration of Thanksgiving, impress your dinner mates with these tidbits about the holiday’s top bird!
Today marks the 36th anniversary of NATURE’s premiere on PBS, and as such, we wanted to take a little look back. Above is a shot of NATURE executive producer and host George Page filming with the crew back in the early 1980s (You can see our current executive producer, Fred Kaufman, on the far right!) […]
Any NATURE filmmaker can attest to the patience and skill required for getting just a single good shot. Pet photographer Danielle Spires gives her pro tips and tricks for snapping shots of pets.
No man is an island, but can the same be said for animals? Different species of animals approach solitude in varying degrees. In the spirit of Independence Day, here’s a rundown of a few of the most self-sufficient creatures on the planet.