Meet Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino, as experts attempt to save his kind from extinction.
The majestic Drakensberg Mountains are formidable, and home to the eland, the largest member of the antelope family. In order to overcome the ever-changing endurance test cast by nature, these tenacious mountaineers undertake an annual migration toward the summit in search of greener pastures. NATURE tracks their epic climb in Drakensberg: Barrier of Spears.
From a look at a California town overrun with them to a meeting with a biologist in New Mexico who runs one of the few sanctuaries for these striped specimens, Is That Skunk? paints a complete portrait of the misunderstood skunk family, Mephitidae, and the people who love them.
As a young boy, renowned reptile expert and conservationist Romulus Whitaker dreamed of finding dragons. Years later, the successful herpetologist decided to set out to discover the real-life origins of these mythical monsters.
In 1893, a bounty hunter named Ernest Thompson Seton journeyed to the untamed canyons of New Mexico on a mission to kill a dangerous outlaw. Feared by ranchers throughout the region, the outlaw wasn’t a pistol-packing cowboy or train-robbing bandit. The outlaw was a wolf.
It soars the skies with an effortless elegance. It can catch falling prey mid-flight and even dive-bomb into rivers to snag wriggling salmon. There is no question about it: the American bald eagle is a highly specialized predator, and its incredible physiology, built for life near the water, is literally millions of years in the making.