From Sequoia to the Everglades, from bear cubs to hummingbirds, from hibernation to pollination, Spring is coming to you, Live on PBS.
A solitary loggerhead turtle in the middle of a vast ocean may not sound like an adventure film, but stick with her. Along her 9,000-mile voyage to nest, our loggerhead tour guide in Voyage of the Lonely Turtle encounters hammerhead sharks, deep ocean tempests, and man-made death traps in the form of fishing nets and hooks.
We have seen them dressed in costumes and dancing at circuses, living solitary lives at zoos or giving our children a thrill with a ride on their back. But the largest land animals live a life that is completely foreign to us when left to their own in the wild -- one complete with battles and births, kidnappings and camaraderie.
In the winter of 2006, a strange phenomenon fell upon honeybee hives across the country. Without a trace, millions of bees vanished from their hives.
With glaciers marking its tip, active volcanoes running along its spine, snow-capped peaks rising high above its range, both wet and dry tropical rainforests within its interior, and desert, lowland savanna and alpine tundra in between, the Andes is an extraordinary world of diverse terrain, extreme temperatures and multifarious wildlife.
In Raptor Force, you’ll learn the secrets of raptors, and how they’ve mastered, more than any other type of bird, the art of soaring. And with the help of engineer and falconer Rob MacIntyre’s ingenious miniature television station you’ll see for yourself what it’s like to fly with these deadly aces.
A hunt to find the last of the leviathans.
Among the most ancient of animals, rhinoceroses thrived for millions of years before meeting their most deadly enemy: humans.
Academy Award winner Linda Hunt narrates this mesmerizing program that captures winter in the wilderness in all of its splendor.
NATURE braves the extreme conditions of Earth's southernmost continent for a close-up look at the varied Penguins of the Antarctic.