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Early morning autumn light near Killington, Vermont. Photo: Getty Images

The Brilliance of Autumn in New England

New England is famous for its brilliant fall colors, which attract visitors from around the country. Autumnwatch New England brings you into the region's heart to show the wildlife, harvesting, and season changes. Explore magnificent photography here.
A boab tree. Photo: Northern Pictures

The Wilderness of the 'Outback'

Outback explores the Kimberley region of northwestern Australia, which encompasses arid landscapes, rich coastland, kangaroos, crocodiles, oyster-bearing pearls and more. Get a taste through photography from the series.
Catbej Cenote and its strangler fig, near Valladolid, Yucatan state. Photo: Richard Kirby

The Wonders of Mexico

Wonders of Mexico takes you on a tour of some of our southern neighbor's most remarkable landscapes, introducing you to the people and animals that reside there. Get a preview by exploring the extraordinary sights through some photography from the series.
A robot dog from Spy in the Wild

The Inner Life of Man's Best Friend

They may be our closest animal companions, but how much do we really know about them? Discover whether dogs dream, how intelligent they are, what their attachment to humans is, how well they understand us, and why they sometimes eat their own poop.
Key monastery in India's Spiti Valley. Photo: Hector Skevington-Postles

Earth's Most Impressive and Forbidding Landscapes

PBS's Summer of Adventure has begun! There's a lot to explore, including three of the world's most impressive mountain ranges, in Kingdoms of the Sky, and some of Earth's most forbidding landscapes, in Earth's Natural Wonders. See some of the stunning photography from both series. 
Photo: Chicago Botanic Photos

Telling a Story of a Tree's Life Through Bonsai

"Bonsai" literally translates to "planted in a container," but the Japanese art form is much more complicated than that. The Chicago Botanic Garden's bonsai curator explains how you train a tree, the goals and some basic tenets of bonsai, and shows some of his favorites.
Peter Greenberg and Rwandan President Paul Kagame  above Nyungwe National Park

The Stunning National Parks of Rwanda

In Rwanda: The Royal Tour, the president of the small but biodiverse African country visits some of the land's natural wonders, from one of the last habitats of mountain gorillas to one of Africa's oldest rainforests to a a savannah and wetland chockfull of large animals.
The Chicago River Tour with Geoffrey Baer. Photo: Ken Carl

Explore the Chicago River with Geoffrey Baer

There's a new Chicago River Tour with Geoffrey Baer, but the TV program isn't the only way you can explore Chicago's vital waterway. You can also take your own audio tour of Riverwalk, enjoy 360 videos, watch an animated history of the river reversal, and more on our companion site.
Helen Macdonald, author of H is for Hawk, with her goshawk Lupin. Photo: Courtesy Mike Birkhead Associates

Helen Macdonald on the Wonderful, Optimistic World of Hawks

Helen Macdonald turned to hawking for solace when her father died, chronicling her grief in the award-winning book H is for Hawk. Now she's training her first goshawk since then on Nature. She spoke to us about the meanings give to animals and more.
Jane Goodall with a chimpanzee Photo: Tigress Productions

Meet Some Humans Who Develop Intimate Bonds with Animals

Nature's program Animal Reunions examines the bonds that can form between animals and human caregivers, reuniting orphaned or rescued animals with the people who rehabilitated them. Learn about the work of some of these conservationists.
Phil Ponce

Phil Ponce's Hobby

What does Phil Ponce do when he's not hosting Chicago Tonight? Watch him discuss his hobby and the deeper meaning behind it, hear him share some tips, and see the fruits of his labor around his home.
The island of Little Skellig, home to a large colony of northern gannet birds. Photo: George Karbus

'Ireland's Wild Coast' in Photos

In Ireland's Wild Coast, cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson explores the magnificent wildlife and landscape of the islands, shores, and waters of Ireland's Atlantic coast. Catch a glimpse of what awaits in the show, with some unbelievable photography. 
A bald eagle in flight in Alaska. Photo: Chris Kidd.

Wild Alaska Live

PBS is broadcasting live from Alaska as bears, orcas, eagles, and wolves join a bountiful summer feast when millions of salmon swim upriver to spawn. Catch some sneak peeks of pesky porcupines, wallowing walruses, and hunting humpback whales.
Joel Sartore. Photo: © 2016 Joel Sartore Photography Inc.

Joel Sartore: A Modern-Day Noah

Joel Sartore is the creator of the Photo Ark, a 25-year project to photograph every animal species in human care. He talked to us about the role of the Photo Ark and zoos in conservation. "It’s folly to think that we can drive half of all species to extinction and not affect humanity,” he says.
A herd of elephants in Samburu National Park, Kenya. Photo: BBC/Sarah Bright

Majestic Migration Photos

Nature's Great Race follows epic mass migrations across the vast landscapes of the Arctic and southern and eastern Africa in vivid cinematography – catch a glimpse of the engrossing images here with a preview in photography before the show premieres on Wednesday, July 12.
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