Disc: Disc 1.2

Alaska: Katmai Coast

  Episode 4

The remote Katmai Coast is the largest intact stretch of uninhabited coastline remaining in North America. Art takes advantage of the long days of Alaska’s short summer in Katmai National Park, spending time with the largest population of grizzly bears in the world. Joined by bear biologists, he gets up close and personal with Ursus arctos to provide a fresh look at the behavior of these powerful predators in the wild.  Explore this episode »

Africa: Madagascar

  Episode 5

Eighty million years ago, Madagascar split off from Africa. Separated from the mainland, the sturdy creatures that reached Madagascar’s shores intact took off on a bizarre evolutionary journey. Art documents Madagascar’s most famous inhabitants: it’s a who’s who of the weird and wonderful, including dancing sifakas, rainbow-colored chameleons, a forest of upside-down trees, and a spiny desert.  Explore this episode »

Alaska: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

  Episode 6

America’s Serengeti? Wilderness or wasteland? Art rafts down the icy Kongakut river to document America’s last untamed wilderness. He chronicles the desolate, yet abundant beauty of the tundra and the rugged landscapes of the Brooks Range. He turns his lens on the delicate birds and animals for which the Refuge is a vital habitat and intersects the great Porcupine caribou herd on its annual migration to the coastal plain.  Explore this episode »

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