With some notable exceptions, most birds can fly with ease. But how do they do it?
Zebras evolved among the Old World horses within the last 4 million years.
The question "why do zebra have stripes?" is one that has been asked a thousand times.
You can't think of elephants without immediately picturing that long trunk.
The exact function of the narwhal's tusk has troubled scientists for years.
Penguin populations around the world are declining - here we focus on the African species.
Spotted hyaenas are far more remarkable than their evil, cackling scavenger label.
Wildlife producer/director Paul Williams shares his 11-step guide to wildlife filmmaking.
Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas on how he captures unique images of wildlife.
Deep-down we all yearn to join wildlife film crews on their television productions.
Where's easier to film than your own back garden?
Nigel Marven takes us through the essentials of filming small or slow-moving subjects.
Everyone loves to visit the seaside! Will it provide a subject for your Eden Shorts?
The Shetlands provide the perfect place to discover how to film wild sea birds.
Simon King offers techniques for filming wildlife around freshwater habitats.
If there's one person that knows how to spot the signs of wildlife, it's Simon King!
Wildlife photographer Richard Peters on how to get wildlife in your viewfinder.
Sam Hobson heads to the urban streets to find the best ways to photograph animals.
Chris Packham enlists the help of predatory plants for his top tips on presenting.
Chris Packham enlists the help of a male turkey for his top tips on presenting.
Wildlife presenter Anneka Svenska's run down of how to produce your wildlife short films.
Get the best out of your short nature films with these quick, easy to follow tips.
Struggling to find good filming spot? Here's 7 tips to get you started.
Getting shots of great behaviour is the essence of a fantastic wildlife film.
Badgers can be hard to find, especially when you want to get footage of them.
You want to create a wildlife film - but what do you need to think about?