This innovative five-part series employs more than 30 animatronic spy cameras disguised as animals to secretly record behavior in the wild.
For over half a century, Attenborough has been at the forefront of natural history filmmaking, witnessing an unparalleled period of change in our planet’s history. His first-hand accounts offer a unique perspective on the natural world. To mark his 60th anniversary on television, Nature presents a three-part retrospective of his life and work.
Ducks are familiar animals we think we know. But most of us don’t really know these phenomenal, sophisticated creatures at all. This program follows a wood duck family as a male and female create a bond, migrate together, nurture and protect a brood of chicks, then head to their wintering grounds.
Despite the odds, there are countless stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships imaginable: a goat guiding a blind horse; a doe who regularly visits her Great Dane surrogate mother; a juvenile gibbon choosing to live with a family of capuchins, and so on. Now, NATURE investigates why animals form these special bonds.
Surviving in the bleak world of the frozen Arctic, snowy owls are built for the challenge, their every sense and skill honed for the harsh environment. A team of filmmakers must face some challenges of their own as they set out to record the rarely observed daily lives of a breeding pair of snowy owls.
Ecologist Chris Morgan embarks on a challenge that will fulfill a lifelong dream — to find and film a Siberian tiger living wild and free.