NATURE & WILDLIFE

seasons in the wild

This two part series follows the Spring and Autumn seasons around the world.

programme information

Duration

2 x 60'

Production Company

Terra Mater Factutal Studios

YOP

2019

Definitions

HD

Episode Information

This two part series follows the Spring and Autumn seasons. The spring air has lost its winter chill. For many animals it is the end of a long siesta. Torpor and hibernation are two of nature’s most ingenious ways to cope with changes in climate, food supply and energy. Groundhogs make their way through the last snows; sleepy frogs execute their first careful moves and brown bears spring-clean, removing fallen branches from the entrances to their dens to clear the way for young and old. It’s a giant leap back to life. Autumn’s effects are inescapable: it is the season with the most enduring influence on the inhabitants of the world’s temperate climate regions. The changes to nature autumn causes manifest themselves in a myriad of different ways, from the explosion of colour of North America’s Indian summer to the blood-curdling mating cries of Tasmanian devils.

Episode Titles

Spring Fall

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