A Deeper Creek - The Watchable Waters of Appalachia (Full Screen)
Nature Rx Part 1
The Last Dragons - Protecting Appalachia’s Hellbenders (Full Screen)
Nature’s Resiliency to Climate Change
I'm Batman - Amy Wray
Bringing Back the Brooks - A Revival of the South’s Trout (Full Screen)
The beauty of pollination
Nature’s Not out to get you
The Value of Environmental Education
Forest Service TED talk: Unplug & Reconnect
Get Your Daily Dose of Trees
- Your Best Waters
- Upriver - An Oregon Experiment
- Deeper Rivers: A Freshwaters Illustrated-Forest Service film series on the living waters of National Forests:
- Willamette Futures is a collection of stories and a feature film about the challenge of restoring the ecological value of Oregon's big river, the people who are rising to that challenge, and the growing community discussing the future desired for the Willamette River and its tributaries.
- Hydro the Movie Fieldwork in streams never sounded so cool! Overview of stream research highlighting baseline monitoring, impairment survey and design, construction, and post project monitoring and evaluation.
- Water Life Episode 2: Water and Wood FS Partner, Freshwaters Illustrated, video highlighting great efforts by the Forest Service to restore and improve the ecological values and functions of Oregon's Rivers.
- Jumpstarting Fish Habitat: The Story of Still Creek (Mt. Hood National Forest) Forest Service video highlighting restoration efforts at Still Creek on Mt. Hood National Forest.
- Aquatic Organism Passage Restoration Forest Service video in California about removing the barriers that prevent fish and other aquatic species from moving up and down stream corridors. The video focuses on replacing culverts and building bridges, which can restore hundreds of miles of habitat.
- FishXing software and learning systems for aquatic organism passage through culverts
- Frog Calls - Frog calls and documentary video clips of scientists discussing frog issues, including declining amphibians and malformed frogs.
- Cave Biota
- Riffle Fish - Riffle Fish is an evolving webumentary about the plants and animals that live in the riffles of rivers and streams. The on-line documentary will include new clips about the insects, mollusks, fish and amphibians that make up the riffle community. The site will also provide interviews about the science of riffle ecology and the conservation efforts to preserve their biodiversity.
- Wildland Fire Basics + How to Think About Them!
- Why Fire is Good (But You Still Shouldn't Start a Forest Fire)
- How to Get Good, Clean Drinking Water : The Big Picture Approach
- Invasive Species - Fight 'em or Throw in the Towel?
- Bats vs White-Nose Syndrome: What We Know!
- International Day of Forests 2015 video-answering climate change using forests to store carbon
- NatureRx is hilarious and dead-on satire about prescribing nature for your mental health.
- I am Batman is a fantastic story about bats put into a captivating cartoon. A must watch for bat education!
- The Meaning of Wild is a documentary film that takes viewers on a journey through the Tongass National Forest of Southeast Alaska. Following wildlife cameraman Ben Hamilton as he travels by boat, plane, kayak and foot to capture the true value of Wilderness, he encounters bears, calving glaciers, ancient forest, harsh seas, and interesting human characters.
- Eagle with camera flies from Dubai skyscraper
- Let Nature bring you back to your senses.
- Deja que la naturaleza conecte nuevamente con tus sentidos.
- Snow Plants - Yosemite Nature Notes - Episode 21
- Hawk versus Squirrel, “I’m Little, but I’m a Great Winner” Give yourselves 3 minutes of heart-racing drama by watching this truly amazing video of predator and prey’s struggle to survive. This scenario plays out daily wherever rodents are found.
- Pollination: it's vital to life on Earth, but largely unseen by the human eye. Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg shows us the intricate world of pollen and pollinators with gorgeous high-speed images from his film "Wings of Life." Inspired by the vanishing of one of nature's primary pollinators, the honeybee (4.24 min long).
- The “Hidden Beauty of Pollination” is the same Schwartzberg pollinator video with an introduction by Louie Schwartzberg at his TED talk (7.3 min long)
- USDA Forest Service Introduces Bison to Midewin