Younger, Big Brother and more
November 23, 1999
George Cotter follows the trail to an eagle's nest high above a mountain lake.
November 19, 1999
A look at the effect a forest fire has on the wildlife that survives.
October 28, 1999
Chronicles autumn changes in the wetlands as various wildlife species prepare for the coming winter.
September 7, 1999
A look at the woodland creatures in Western Canada's forests that prepare for Spring after their long Winter confinement.
The rugged terrain of the Canadian Shield and its indigenous wildlife are profiled. Host: George Cotter.
An examination of life and nature on the North American prairies.
George Cotter surveys migratory birds in the prairie provinces - a shrinking habitat for migratory ducks, shorebirds and blackbirds.
Exploring the wintery wilderness of western Canada with naturalist George Cotter.
The devastating effects of forest fires on indigenous wildlife and plant species are profiled.
George Cotter explores western Canada's marshes, woodlands and prairies, showcasing the vast array of beautiful wildflowers to be found there.
Beautiful changes in the Canadian woodlands during the Fall; film footage chronicles a mother black bear preparing her cubs for hibernation.
A variety of birds, mammals and flowers add life to their forest home.
The Cotters embark on a winter camping trip to observe the beauty of winter and how various wildlife species adapt to the change in climate.
Naturalist George Cotter travels to the Arctic to document the rich diversity of life in one of the planet's harshest environments, capturing wildlife species on film which include polar bears, caribou, eider and harlequin ducks and gulls.
Migratory birds return to the northern wetlands with the advent of Spring. Naturalist George Cotter observes the annual ritual.
Cotter observes the arrival of migratory birds in the wetlands as temperatures begin to rise.
Documentary profiles edible wild plants, including cattails, marsh marigolds, wild onions, lamb's quarters and yellow pond lilies. Hosted by naturalist George Cotter.
The mating rituals of migratory water birds such as whooping cranes are observed by host George Cotter.
A creek bank is taken over by beavers, benefitting the entire environment; host George Cotter is at hand to observe the beavers' activities.
Profile of the grasslands ecosystem covering southern Saskatchewan and Alberta; includes views of the Grasslands National Park and Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. Hosted by George Cotter.
Survey of the forest region of Saskatchewan and its wildlife, including great horned owls, beavers and white-tailed deer. Host: George Cotter.
The nesting habits of pelicans and cormorants are profiled. Host: George Cotter.
Cotter releases an injured bird back to the wilderness after it heals; film footage of wetlands birds nesting in the marsh. Host: George Cotter.
George Cotter observes bird species that congregate at a prairie lake, including terns, grebes, coots, marsh wrens and pelicans.
Survey of the wetlands habitat and its wide variety of plant and animal species. Host: George Cotter.
Survey of Rocky Mountain wildlife during the fall season, including deer and elk.
Features a tour of the Cotter home in the Canadian woods and glimpses of the surrounding wildlife.
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