From Sequoia to the Everglades, from bear cubs to hummingbirds, from hibernation to pollination, Spring is coming to you, Live on PBS.
This program doesn’t just talk with an ape, it carries on an intimate, decades-long dialogue with her. The story documents the incredible development of a gorilla named Koko, whose learning of American Sign Language (and understanding of spoken English) gives new meaning to the ideas of animal intelligence and inter-species communication. Witness an animal who not only expresses wants and needs but also exhibits creativity and complex, human-like emotions. After being told that her pet kitten died in an accident, Koko demonstrates deep and sincere sadness-and seems to express exactly that when left alone that night. Most amazingly, she maintains ...
How does such a seemingly passive life form accomplish the complex task of reproduction? NATURE uproots the cunning secrets of how flora reproduce in The Seedy Side of Plants.
Cats command our attention and our devotion. These fascinating creatures have been perplexing people for thousands of years. Are they wild or tame? Aloof or emotional? Funny or indignant? Angelic or mischievous? Needy or independent? The answer is all of the above. NATURE ponders those EXTRAORDINARY CATS.
Jutting into the North Pacific from Siberia, Kamchatka is a rugged peninsula of volcanic craters and steep valleys. While its impenetrability once made Kamchatka the perfect home of a notorious Soviet prison camp, its isolation also has kept it a haven for one of Earth's last giants, the grizzly bear.
In Iceland: Fire and Ice, NATURE takes an inspiring look at the real spirits — both human and wild — that thrive in a challenging land where fire literally meets ice.
NATURE’s John Denver: Let This Be A Voice explores the American West with the late singer and conservationist.
The sad story of how the buffalo nation was destroyed nearly a century ago by greed and uncontrolled hunting -- and how a few visionaries are working today to rebuild the once-great bison herds.
NATURE lifts part of the veil of mystery shrouding some fascinating -- and often fearsome -- creatures.