Producer Huw Codrey joins The Cycle to discuss his new Discovery series “North America” that captures the beauty of the North American continent, and the wildlife’s struggle to survive on some of the toughest terrain imaginable.
David Mizejewski of the National Wildlife Federation shares some backyard wildlife that might surprise you by showing up in your yard, including a woodchuck, a kingsnake, and an alligator.
David Mizejewski from the National Wildlife Federation introduces Kathie Lee and Hoda to a few animals that need some extra, including a “bird-eating” tarantula, a black bear cub and a red kangaroo.
Man creates a dangerous situation after opening cages at a Florida wildlife park before being tackled by employee. WBBH's Steve Campion reports.
NBC’s Kerry Sanders takes a look at some of the unusual and fascinating wildlife that inhabits Earth’s coldest continant.
A new study by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service doesn’t mince words: Cats, it says, are bird killers. In the U.S. alone, they’re responsible for the deaths of up to 3.7 billion birds every year. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
epa03699934 Three young bears swim at the wildlife park zoo Langenberg in Langnau am Albis, Switzerland, 14 May 2013. The cubs are now four months old. EPA/WALTER BIERI
Philippine Marines hang a rock on a tree branch as a trap for wild animals during a jungle survival training, as part of a Philippines-U.S. military exercise dubbed as "Balikatan" at a Camp O'Donnell in Capas, Tarlac in northern Philippines April 8, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tag
A Philippine Marine carries a rock to be used as a trap for wild animals during a jungle survival training, as part of a Philippines-U.S. military exercise dubbed as "Balikatan" at a Camp O'Donnell in Capas, Tarlac in northern Philippines April 8, 2013. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: