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NATURE brings the beauty and wonder of the natural world into your home, becoming in the process the benchmark for natural history programs.

Scientists partner with farmers, fishers, and nuns to save two aquatic salamander species.
In Australia, dogs are being enlisted to save other species.
The return of landscape-changing beavers brings chaos, controversy, and unique benefits.
Major support for NATURE is provided by the Arnhold Foundation, The Fairweather Foundation, Kate W. Cassidy Foundation, Sue and Edgar Wachenheim III, Kathy Chiao and Ken Hao, Charles Rosenblum, Sarah and Sandra Lyu in memory of Seung and Dorothy Lyu, Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation, Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust, Gregg Peters Monsees Foundation, Koo and Patricia Yuen, Arlene and Milton D. Berkman, Sandra Atlas Bass, Bradley L. Goldberg Family Foundation, The Hite Foundation, by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and by Viewers Like You.
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David Attenborough presents seven of the most remarkable animal songs found in nature.
A Caribbean coral reef discovery marks a new chapter in understanding and saving corals.
Embark to Niagara Falls and witness its amazing beauty and the wildlife that call it home.
Discover the powerful effect hummingbirds have over their wild neighbors in Costa Rica.
Join scientists as they go to extraordinary lengths to understand wild dogs.
How do wild dogs survive and thrive in the wild?
Meet the many species of canids, the family of wild dogs.
Experience the soul of the ocean in a never-before-seen look at life underwater.
Immerse yourself in Scotland with its magnificent 500-year-old Scots pine tree.
Dive deep into South Texas to meet one of America’s most endangered cats: the ocelot.
Ten years after a massive dam removal, salmon are returning to the Elwha River.
WILD HOPE highlights the intrepid changemakers who are restoring our wild places.
An unlikely alliance is giving the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker a new lease on life.
A national park grows coffee to save a rainforest.
An alliance is deploying one billion oysters to restore New York Harbor.
Conservationists invoke the constitutional rights of nature to save biodiverse areas.
Ecotourism guide Diego Arauz Chaves leads filmmakers into the mangroves to Capuchins.
It was once thought that only male songbirds were capable of song.
Up to now, scientists had thought that song was an honest signal from the male.
In 1960, David Attenborough captured the first-ever audio of Madagascar’s largest lemur.