Whale watching from outer space, antlers offering potential human health solutions, and a viral video that went wrong. As usual, the natural world is brimming with interesting new research, exciting happenings, and lively debates! Here’s what we’re reading this week…
Now that autumn is in full swing, we're excited to share a month full of brand new NATURE films! Here's our rundown of what to watch this month either by tuning in on PBS or streaming online beginning the day after each program airs.
Along with a few of our favorites from past seasons, we've assembled a delightful line-up of NATURE shows this month that will peak your curiosity and bring you closer to the natural world every Wednesday night.
From a tiny squirrel’s successful exploits, to the perilous journey of newborn polar bear cubs leaving their den for the first time, to the precious life inside an egg, the new season focuses on the emotional stories of heartbreak and triumph in the natural world, utilizing the latest filmmaking techniques to capture footage never seen before.
We at NATURE love reading all the latest reports, as well as keeping tabs on specific animals we've featured in our films. Here's a round-up of articles we've been reading this week.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for the 39th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards. PBS received the most nominations of any network with 45. Of the 45, NATURE received six nominations.