In the frigid valleys of Japan’s Shiga Highlands, a troop of snow monkeys make their way and raise their families in a complex society of rank and privilege where each knows their place.
Acclaimed wildlife filmmakers capture the first intimate portrait of the world's most elusive cat.
Most big cats do their best to remain hidden from human eyes, but none are quite as adept at this as the snow leopard. Hard to capture on camera, these rare cats were finally spotted by the filmmakers after over a month of tracking. Watch their tireless efforts in Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard.
NATURE's Violent Hawaii reveals a tropical paradise shaped by the most brutal forces of the natural world.
A look at the grizzly bear's remarkable recovery and examines the controversy behind the conservation success story.
A team of expert and intrepid divers leads viewers into the ultimate domain of sharks.
Join the the filmmaking team of Owen Newman and Amanda Barrett as they pursue unique and amazing footage of Africa's five most spectacular cats: cheetahs, leopards, servals, caracals, and lions.
At Operation Migration, researchers meticulously train newly-hatched chicks for adulthood and flight using everything from crane costumes to ultralight aircrafts. Follow the whooping cranes’ migration and share the excitement, perils and, in some cases, the heartbreak of the scientists of Operation Migration in Flight School.
NATURE’s Ireland also explores the island’s diverse wildlife, from the peregrine falcons who haunt the mountainsides to the puffins, gannets, and dippers who nest and breed on the offshore islands, the salmon who journey upstream into its waters to spawn, and the otters, stoats, badgers, red deer, and other mammals that make Ireland their home.
From their domestication 8,000 years ago to their revered status in Hindu culture, cows have played an integral part in human culture. NATURE’s Holy Cow explores how we’ve changed the cow and how the cow has changed us.