Wildlife photographer Lex Hes in South Africa; Andy Goldfarb, a tiger trainer at Marine World Africa in Vallejo, Cal.; biologist John Darby, who is working to preserve the yellow-eyed penguin in New Zealand. Also: snake charming. Host: Olivia Newton-John.
Included: a haven for orphaned baby elephants; survival skills of crocodiles; efforts to preserve the buffalo. Also: the relationship between soldiers and horses in England's Household Cavalry. Host: Olivia Newton-John.
A look at the snow monkeys of Japan's hot springs; a visit to a Hari Krishna farm; a report on Colorado prison inmates who break in wild mustangs. Also: Olivia Newton-John talks with a veterinarian at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
Segments include a look at a shelter for animals, whether common or exotic; a comparison of the "household" cockroach to some of its unusual relatives; a dolphin specialist who champions the cause of dolphins worldwide.
Segments include a vet who cares for birds in Tasmania; a man who conducts field walks through New York City; and a big-game hunter turned conservationist. Hosts: Olivia Newton-John, Rachel Friend, Michael Beatty, Simon Reeve.
Collaring a wild camel in Central Australia's Simpson Desert; rehabilitating bald eagles in Alaska; the 17th annual Oregon Dune Mushers Run, a 72-mile dry-land sled-dog race. Also: a southern Zimbabwe man who attracts lizards with his call---and the lure of food. Host: Olivia Newton-John.