Travel to South America to meet some awesome animals and the people who find them fascinating.
Krystle Hickman takes awesome photographs of native bees in her home state of California. Read our interview with Krystle to learn more about why native bees are important.
We travel to meet armadillo expert and conservation scientist, Mariella Superina. Check out her video of a pichi and learn all about amazing armadillos!
Meet Tejas Kannan. Tejas is a 15-year-old high school student from Bengaluru (Bangalore), India. Tejas enjoys math, playing piano, watching movies, eating Italian food, and eco-friendly travel. Tejas is passionate about protecting the environment. He started an online awareness program about plastic pollution and other…
Meet George, an artist working in Australia who is inspired by nature!
Steph Stronsick is a bat rehabilitator and educator. Learn about her work caring for sick and injured bats and why bats are so important.
We meet Andrew Kittle and Anjali Watson, a team driven to understand and protect Sri Lanka’s top predator, the graceful leopard.
John Mitani has studied apes for decades. Learn more about what he finds interesting about our nearest living relatives.
Have you ever seen a play about pears? Author Miranda Paul tells us about her fun picture book about a pair of pear seeds.
Let’s meet Edgar Rabevao, who helps study and protect silky sifakas and other lemurs in Madagascar!
Stephanie Canington is curious about ring-tailed lemurs and what they eat! Join us as we learn more about her exciting research on this lovely lemur species.
Seheno Corduant-Andriantsaralaza is a conservation biologist with a passion for protecting the biodiversity of Madagascar. Today, Seheno shares what she’s learned from her research about Madagascar’s mighty baobab trees!