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S41 Ep11
Niagara Falls
Embark to Niagara Falls and witness its stunning beauty and a wide variety of wildlife—mammals, birds, and reptiles— that call it home. Through the eyes of passionate scientists, uncover a complex world forged by stone and powered by water.
Premieres: 4/19/2023
S41 Ep10
The Hummingbird Effect
Discover how tiny hummingbirds influence their many flowering kingdoms and their ripple effects on macaws, quetzals, monkeys, tapirs and more. Set in the exotic landscapes of Costa Rica.
Premieres: 4/12/2023
S41 Ep9
Defending Wild Dogs | Dogs in the Wild
Join scientists and researchers across the globe as they go to extraordinary lengths to understand wild dogs. See the groundbreaking discoveries that are crucial to saving this incredible animal family, such as the vets treating captive African wild dogs suffering from “broken heart syndrome.”
Premiered: 2/22/2023
S41 Ep8
Secrets of Success | Dogs in the Wild
How do wild dogs survive and thrive in the wild? Discover the secrets to their success, from black-backed jackals that leap skywards to catch prey to agile gray foxes that climb high into the trees.
Premiered: 2/15/2023
Busy Beavers | Backyard Nature
Cinematographer Jeff Hogan has filmed many animals all over the world, but, to him, nothing compares to filming busy and beautiful beavers in his hometown of Jackson, Wyoming. He's been filming beavers for over 30 years and has perfected capturing these creatures at work. See how he does it and how important beavers are to the local ecosystem and surrounding wildlife in this episode.
Premiered: 11/11/2022
S41 Ep2
Canada: Surviving the Wild North
Journey from Canada’s Arctic to the boreal forest and discover how polar bears, coastal wolves, lynx and more survive in the North. Timing and seizing opportunity can mean the difference between life and death in this wild and rugged outpost.
Premiered: 10/26/2022
S41 Ep1
Running with the Beest
Witness the great wildebeest migration in East Africa, the most impressive mass movement of land animals on Earth. Travel with two Maasai guides who expose today’s conflict between people and wildlife and share new ideas for co-existence.
Premiered: 10/19/2022
Westward Wings | A NATURE Short Film
"Westward Wings" follows researcher Maggie Hirschauer as she strives to learn more about the monarch butterfly population in western Montana. Maggie’s research opens a window to a world of pollinators and highlights the importance of creating habitat for native pollinators across the Western United States.
Premiered: 7/27/2022
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