PBS's signature (and multi-award-winning) natural-history series uses gifted wildlife documentarians and stunning photography to reveal the magic and mystery of the fascinating natural world.
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Explore the extraordinary story of Asia’s last lions.
What happens when people are reunited with wild animals they forged bonds with long ago?
And intrepid cameraman spends a year documenting the life of a moose calf and its mother.
An intimate look at one of the world’s most intelligent and sensitive animals.
A wildlife rescue center's newest resident gets a little TLC.
Scarlet macaws bred in captivity get their first taste of freedom.
Hippos get scrubbed from head to toe by a fish called the barbell.
Sea snakes and reef fish help each other snag an easy meal.
Follow the story of an animal rescue center deep in the Guatemalan jungle.
Surprising stories of teamwork in the natural world.
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WETA Arts spotlights and celebrates visual and performing art in Greater Washington and around the nation.
Live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians, recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap.
Author Sue Eisenfeld discusses the creation of Shenandoah National Park, which involved displacing thousands of longtime residents from Virginia's Blue Ridge mountains.
Nature Cat follows Fred, a house cat who dreams of exploring the great outdoors and learn about nature with the help of his animal friends.
WETA has partnered with the Arlington Historical Society to tell stories about our area's past.
WETA's mission is to produce and broadcast programs of intellectual integrity and cultural merit that recognize viewers' and listeners' intelligence, curiosity and interest in the world around them.