For more than a quarter-century, Nature has brought the beauty and wonder of the natural world into American homes, in the process becoming the benchmark of natural history programs on American television. Featuring stunning film clips of a wide array of animals and ecosystems, Nature stands out as one of the longest-running and most-viewed wildlife programs in television history.
A Nature Special Presentation: "Penguins: A Spy in the Huddle"
Experience the splendors and compelling stories of the natural world from all over the globe. The series delivers the best in original natural history films to audiences nationwide. Nature has won more than 700 honors from the television industry, parent groups, the international wildlife film community and environmental organizations, including 12 Emmys, three Peabodys and the first award given to a television program by the Sierra Club.
The series received two of wildlife film industry’s highest honors: the Christopher Parsons Outstanding Achievement Award given by the Wildscreen Festival and the Grand Teton Award given by the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.
A Murder of Crows
Review research that has shown crows are among the most intelligent animals in the world.
View odd, bizarre and unlikely creatures that seem ill-equipped for survival, yet cling to life.
Saving Otter 501
An effort to save an orphaned baby sea otter is detailed.
Salmon: Running the Gauntlet
Efforts to save the Pacific salmon have radically manipulated their lifestyle. Explore possible paths to recovery in this exposure of a creative, complex, and expensive approach to managing an endangered species.
A year in the life of bald eagles.
The Gathering Swarms
An examination of creatures that come together.
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