Getting shots of great behaviour is the essence of a fantastic wildlife film.
Nigel shows how you can film with boxes to add a whole new angle to your wildlife film.
Filming wildlife around water can be taxing - be sure you get some tips from Simon King!
You want to head out and film wildlife, but how do you find it? Simon King gives his tips.
You can make great wildlife films around your home, and Nigel Marven will show you how!
Nigel Marven visits a seabird colony to show you how to film in the wild.
What was it like to first see penguins? Michaela takes us through the experience.
Just how are owls able to turn their head almost all the way round?
Cuckoos trick other birds into raising their young for them. But how?!
Would a study of emperor penguins reveal an evolutionary link to dinosaurs?
No bird nest matches the complex intricacy of the weaver birds exquisite creation.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the history of swift and swallow migration.
Colonising the land, sea and air, could birds be the greatest group of animals on Earth?
Discover what it really means to be a penguin with Spy in the Huddle.
Swifts and swallows are unrelated yet superficially similar. Can you tell the difference?
Weaver birds build exquisite nest structures that can rival any human engineering.
Cuckoos take advantage of other birds by tricking them into rearing their young for them.
Associated with wisdom, owls are superbly adapted to detecting their elusive prey.
Penguin populations around the world are declining - here we focus on the African species.
Feathered and winged, they roam the world's skies. Some have even reverted back to land.
Michaela Strachan and African penguins makes for a great combination.
Sir David Attenborough chats to a tawny owl during filming of the second series.
Nigel Marven encounters penguin colonies, birds of prey and swathes of breeding sea birds.
Gannets are large, yellow-headed seabirds with a voracious appetite for sardines.
Fly over Africa on the back of a vulture and see the African continent with fresh eyes.
Condors soar along the Andes and scarlet macaws explore the heart of the Amazon.
Earthflight also relied on some extraordinary relationships.
We soar with cranes and geese over Venice, the white cliffs of Dover and Edinburgh.
Demoiselle cranes negotiate a Himalayan pass while bar-headed geese fly five miles above.
Penguins are perfectly adapted for an aquatic life.
Owls are some of the most widely dispersed birds in the world.
Images from the North American episode of Earthflight.
The trailer to the birds-eye-view natural history series.
Sir David Attenborough discusses flight in birds.
Famous as the fastest animal on the planet, peregrines are synonymous with speed.
Penguins are a group of flightless birds which are restricted to the southern hemisphere.
Learn about the snowy owl's habitat, vital statistics and breeding.
Follow top travel writer Tom Hall's advice on how to get to the Antarctic.
Find out about British birds, tropical birds and birds of prey with these facts.
Learn all about the penguins synonymous with the coldest place on earth.
With some notable exceptions, most birds can fly with ease. But how do they do it?