Endangered species along British Columbia's Turnagain River.
Nature takes over an artificial peninsula.
Microscopic species adapt to survive.
A boreal forest recovers from a cataclysmic fire.
Temperate and arctic zones meet at Lake Myvatn in central Iceland.
In Canada's Northwest Territories, Robert Taylor films porcupine caribou, musk ox.
Sea birds thrive on volcanic, subarctic Iceland.
Raccoon behavior is observed.
Photographer Rolf Kraiker takes his children on an Arctic shoot.
Transcontinental migration of butterflies.
Ron Storey films a family of white-tailed deer.
Cinematographer Bristol Foster visits rain forests.
Robert Bocking examines the life cycle of the cecropia moth.
Highlights of cinematographer/videographer Norman Lightfoot's visits to the Arctic.
Bristol Foster pleads for preservation of British Columbia's rain forest.
Unusual conservation methods ensure safe habitats.
Videographer Rolf Kraiker visits the Badlands.
Jack Carey films life in an aquarium.
A family explores a swamp flooded by spring runoff.
Videographer Brian Rundle studies the life of a goshawk.
Award-winning Canadian nature photographer Peter Bisset.
A rare and intimate look at killer whales.
Wildlife habitats, social skills and parenting techniques.
Deer and bear numbers decline as moose populations increase.
Joe Milner demonstrates filming birds creatively from or near your home.
Jack Carey videotapes microscopic life.
Naturalist Myrna Berlet teaches wildlife photography to a wildlife enthusiast.
Robert Ryan invents devices to assist filming geese.
Audrey Casey paints polar bears on Hudson's Bay.
Cinematographer Robert Ryan travels to Patagonia.
Photographer Robert Ryan works in the South Atlantic.
Cinematographer Norman Lightfoot travels in Alaska.
A student at the University of Toronto does research in Costa Rica.
Researchers study Canada's trumpeter swan.
Artist George McLean sketches wildlife.
Bill Carrick photographs the wood duck.