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.
Great White Bear shows how one of the world's largest land predators prospers in one of Earth's harshest environments.
Eagles. For centuries, these seemingly larger-than-life birds have fascinated and inspired us. Behind this extraordinary reverence, however, is the even more remarkable story of how Earth’s 59 species of eagles live their high-flying lives. That story is told in the NATURE program Eagles, which gives a rare bird’s-eye-view of these masters of the sky.
For many people, a backyard garden is a place to play, relax, and reflect. But for the plants and animals that live in our gardens, life is no picnic: amidst the carefully planted flowers and neatly clipped grass there lies a hidden world of hot romance, violence, and merciless competition.
A vivid portrait of life -- and death -- in the tide pools and bays along Canada's rugged Pacific coast.
Marmosets and tamarins are monkeys, but they’re nicknamed “gremlins” for their appearance and mischievous behavior. These animals, some never seen before, are the subject of the NATURE program GREMLINS: FACES IN THE FOREST.
Yellowstone National Park, in northern Wyoming, is home to some of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world. But the river otter provides the most entertainment value, whether it's sliding down snowbanks on its belly or ice fishing.
Orangutans stir our emotions easily. Whether it's their alert eyes, grasping hands, or desire to be hugged, many things about them seem humanlike.
NATURE takes you an a whirlwind tour of the animal kingdom as we explore the World-Famous San Diego Zoo and Animal Park. Get caught up in the drama of veterinary medicine at the Zoo, celebrate each triumph and mourn each loss, all against the backdrop of life in the practically wild.