Independent producer John Downer, who started his professional life with the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit, pioneered many of the spectacular techniques now commonplace in wildlife filmmaking. Recently, he answered questions about the six-part mini-series, EARTHFLIGHT, which begins September 4, 2013 at 8 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings) Q: How did you come […]
Radioactive Wolves writer and director on filming in Chernobyl’s radioactive exclusion zone and its surprising wildlife population.
An interview with Director of the Lion Research Center Craig Packer.
An interview with “Born Free” star and lion activist Virginia McKenna.
An interview with Salmon: Running the Gauntlet filmmaker Jim Norton.
Scientists are only recently starting to delve into the complexities of koala communication, and how these forms of communication influence the animal’s social structure. Dr. Bill Ellis, head of the Koala Ecology Group at The University of Queensland, discusses his research in the field.