Richard travels to Borneo, Indonesia, one of only two islands on Earth where orangutans live in the wild. Richard journeys deep into the rainforest to encounter the orangutans as they play, eat and care for their young.
Journey with Richard Wiese to Namibia in southern Africa to discover the rugged beauty and wildlife of this otherworldly land. Here, Richard tracks the elusive white rhinoceros and the king of the plains, the lion.
Join host Richard Wiese as we look through the colorful kaleidoscope of Moroccan art culture in the Medina of Fes. Discover how Morocco is a country steeped in tradition and producing some the world’s most beautiful works of art.
Richard seeks to unravel the mysteries Hawaii and joins the effort to save the islands’ green turtles, a campaign that’s already shown success. He also visits one of the Big Island’s most famous volcanoes.
From the windswept dunes of the Sahara desert to the exotic souks and alleys of ancient walled cities, Morocco is a land of intrigue. Join Richard as he mounts an Arabian stallion and joins in the famed tradition of the “Fantasia.”
In Hawaii, Richard joins a band of selfless marine lovers protecting the endangered Hawaiian monk seal, and even participates in the burial at sea of a beloved monk seal that recently passed away.
Explore the majestic country of Iceland, where people live in the shadow of volcanoes. Join Richard Wiese as he explores Iceland’s volcanoes, haunting glaciers and the famed geothermal pool, the Blue Lagoon.
Explorer Richard Wiese discovers the mysteries of Morocco through its exotic medieval markets and crafts.
Journey with Richard Wiese to the arctic tundra for the greatest polar migration on Earth. Here in the cold, barren wilds of Arviat, Canada, polar bears and their cubs frolic on the ice and the Inuit people live in uneasy harmony with these bears.
Join Richard Wiese as he travels to Botswana to meet a family of orphaned elephants and the human parents who adopted them, Doug and Sandy Groves. Richard discovers what it’s like to live with these gentle giants and falls in love with elephants.
Join host Richard Wiese as he travels to Iceland to meet the modern day Vikings. Richard prepares and samples a Viking delicacy, battles in the tradition of the fierce Viking warriors, and explores the ice caves and hot springs for which Iceland is famous
In the picturesque outer Banks of North Carolina, host Richard Wiese spends time with dedicated wildlife biologists whose mission is to restore the endangered red wolf and bear to this habitat.
In the mountains of Labrador called the Torngats, Richard Wiese comes face-to-face with a community trying to deal with an overzealous bear population.Richard also examines glaciers and works with local researchers to determine the health of local waters.
Follow Richard and our native trackers into the Bwindi Impenetrable Forrest as they search for the elusive mountain gorilla deep in the jungle. Learn why preserving their homes near the Bwindi Forest is as crucial to the gorillas as it is to the Batwa.
Richard Wiese saddles up on a dromedary camel named Daisy, learns to race with a female jockey, and has a close encounter with crocs in a nighttime croc capture on the East Alligator River deep in the heart of the Northern Territory.
Join Richard Wiese as he explores Iceland’s volcanoes, haunting glaciers, and the famed geothermal pool, the Blue Lagoon. The volcanoes and hot springs which color the landscape are a source of geothermal energy for Iceland’s streets, homes and hothouses
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