The Passage weaves family lore and 21st-century adventure into a true story about growing up, growing old, and the wild places that define us.
Feathers in Flight: The Bird Genoscape Project (2020)
The Bird Genoscape Project is revolutionizing bird conservation by using DNA from feathers to connect migratory bird populations across the Americas.
How to Make a Genoscape (2020)
How can scientists map migratory connectivity in birds without tracking their movements? A powerful new technique uses DNA extracted from feathers.
Records of Change (2020)
Using a vast historic collection of Mexican birds, ornithologist John McCormack is discovering how Mexico’s bird fauna has changed over time.
Parrots in Peril: Miami’s Wild Macaws (2018)
Parrot lover and conservationist Daria Feinstein is on a mission to protect one of Miami’s most spectacular birds: the Blue-and-yellow Macaw.
The Snow Guardian (2016)
Citizen scientist billy barr has spent more than 40 winters in a secluded cabin in Gothic, Colorado, recording invaluable data on snow.
A Ghost in the Making (2016)
Photographer Clay Bolt embarks on a quest to find an elusive bee – the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee – and share its story before it’s too late.
Forgotten But Not Gone: The Rusty-Patched Bumble Bee (2016)
The Rusty-patched Bumble Bee is disappearing fast, but has no formal protection. Can an Endangered listing save it from extinction?
Forgotten But Not Gone: The Pacific Fisher (2017)
Facing new threats, including toxins from illegal marijuana grows, the fate of California’s Pacific Fisher hangs in the balance.
Forgotten But Not Gone: The Lesser Prairie-Chicken (2018)
In the grasslands of New Mexico, get a glimpse into the elaborate, bizarre mating rituals of the imperiled Lesser-Prairie Chicken.