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.
From a tiny squirrel’s successful exploits, to the perilous journey of newborn polar bear cubs leaving their den for the first time, to the precious life inside an egg, the new season focuses on the emotional stories of heartbreak and triumph in the natural world, utilizing the latest filmmaking techniques to capture footage never seen before.
Just after sunset in early August, divers descend into inky black waters of the Gulf of Mexico, 100 miles from shore. The beams of their dive lights pierce the darkness, illuminating a large coral mound, its textured surface covered in tiny white dots. At some unseen signal, the dots begin to rise toward the sea […]
There is always something new to learn and discover in the natural world. As usual, we’ve been keeping an eye on the latest headlines and have compiled just a handful of NATURE Reads to check out… Domestic cat behaviors are sometimes a bit confusing and easy to misinterpret. But feline behaviorists offered explanations for a […]
The next time you go for a nature walk, try this fun activity (perfect for kids and adults) to discover what hitchhiking plants may have hitched a ride home with you!
The tiny raptors have been known to outfit their burrows with foam, rubber window insulation, cigarette butts, tin foil, spaceman toys and Barbie doll parts.
This grizzly bear has defied the odds, leaving behind a genetic legacy that may shape this grizzly bear population for decades to come.
If you hit the beach recently in the Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico, you may have encountered piles of stinky seaweed. This is what's known as a sargassum bloom.
We at NATURE love reading all the latest reports, as well as keeping tabs on specific animals we've featured in our films. Here's a round-up of articles we've been reading this week.