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  • Nipalensis: When Nature Goes Wrong

    The Spanish imperial eagle is one the the rarest animals on the planet. On the brink of extinction, the last specimens they live on the Iberian peninsular surrounded by strict protection measures. Its population is distributed by the areas where rabbits are most abundant, which constitutes the ba...

  • Homes For Hoppers

    Eleanor is a 'big-bug' enthusiast and a PhD graduate who provides a personal account of her love for insects, and in particular her journey to re-introduce the Large Marsh grasshopper, back into the wild in the UK.

  • Tamera (Spanish Subtitles)

    Southern Portugal like many biomes has a fairly fragile hydrological cycle, and the trend for many years has been for the land to become dryer. the Tamera community wondered whether this was a natural situation and if there was something that could be done to heal the land. (Please note that the...

  • Earth Man. Altai (English Subs)

    Earth Man. Altai - Mitya Fomin and Elena Letuchaya went to one of the most unusual and remote corners of Russia - Gorny Altai, to learn firsthand what it is like to work to preserve one of the rarest cats on the planet - the snow leopard.

  • Ecoflix Podcast - Ian Redmond OBE

    Our Founder and CEO of Ecoflix, launch our first ever Podcast with our very own Head of Conservation Ian Redmond about his incredible career in conservation with some brilliant stories about the legendary Sir David Attenborough.

  • Beavers without Borders

    Beavers used to be an integral part of the UK landscape but they were pushed to extinction over 400 years ago, hunted for their meat, oils and fur. With the loss of this species came the loss of balance and ultimately a less resilient environment. Restoring beavers helps with UK climate change an...