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Watch It Again: Nature’s The Elephant and the Termite

An entire community of creatures calls the waterhole their home.

By Christina Zeiders

“The Letter: A Message for our Earth”

Pope Francis wrote Laudato Si’ in 2015, and the letter sparked controversy and praise as he stressed how the effects of the climate crisis disproportionately affect the poor and disenfranchised.

By Christina Zeiders

Canada: Surviving the Wild North

Travel through Canada’s Arctic to discover how polar bears, coastal wolves, lynxes, and more survive in the North. Timing and seizing opportunity is a matter of life and death in this wild, rugged outpost.

By Christina Zeiders

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NATURE Returns for its 41st Season

The season begins with “Running with the Beest,” which showcases the Great Migration in East Africa – a migration so big it can be seen from space.

By Christina Zeiders

Find Your Flow with the Rivers of Life

Through breathtaking photography, the second season of Rivers of Life explores three of Earth’s greatest rivers.

By Christina Zeiders

Nature: The Bat Man of Mexico

Sprinkling harmless UV dust on bats and following their glowing guano across the desert, Medellin devises innovative methods to conserve Mexico’s bat population.

By Christina Zeiders

America Outdoors: Minnesota: A Better World

In the finale, Baratunde travels to one of the last places where you can hike or paddle into the remote wilderness. He meets with enthusiastic birders and harvesters of wild rice to hear why wilderness means so much to them.

By Christina Zeiders

The Green Planet: Human Worlds

“We can all work with plants to help make our world a little wilder. Our future will be safer and healthier, and, in my experience at least, we will also be happier. Plants are our most ancient allies.”

By Christina Zeiders

Smart Talk: Byrnes Health Education Center hits milestone

Health education in the community and in partnership with families
By Scott LaMar and Staff