Badgers can be hard to find, especially when you want to get footage of them.
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.
Nigel stakes out a sett to show how to film this illusive mammal's fascinating behaviour.
Struggling to find good filming spot? Here's 7 tips to get you started.
Wildlife presenter Anneka Svenska's run down of how to produce your wildlife short films.
Chris Packham supplies his tips for presenting and narrating your wildlife films.
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.
Get the best out of your short nature films with these quick, easy to follow tips.
You want to create a wildlife film - but what do you need to think about?
Sam Hobson heads to the urban streets to find the best ways to photograph animals.
Deep-down we all yearn to join wildlife film crews on their television productions.
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.
Wildlife photographer Richard Peters on how to get wildlife in your viewfinder.
If there's one person that knows how to spot the signs of wildlife, it's Simon King!
Simon King offers techniques for filming wildlife around freshwater habitats.
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.
The Shetlands provide the perfect place to discover how to film wild sea birds.
Everyone loves to visit the seaside! Will it provide a subject for your Eden Shorts?
Nigel Marven takes us through the essentials of filming small or slow-moving subjects.
Where's easier to film than your own back garden?
Filming in water can be challenging, but Nigel Marven has got some hints and tips for you!
Nigel Marven shows us how to capture great shots of tiny creatures.
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.
Sir David Attenborough's Wild Canada comes to Eden!
The largest natural history survey of Canada ever seen on television.
How did Michaela Strachan become a wildlife television presenter?
Nigel Marven comes face-to-face with the deadly terciopelo snake.
Nigel Marven describes the difference between a milk snake and a coral snake.
You may not think you have much in common with fish, but...
Professor Alice Roberts asks how did Smilodon use it's terrifying teeth?
The now extinct Smilodon is one of the most famous of the sabre-toothed cats.
Nigel Marven likes his snakes - even the deadly ones!
Drawing on the latest science Ice Age Giants explores how these incredible beasts lived.
Singing animals? We'll let our stars impress you with what shows we have coming up.
Great Bear Stakeout watches the every move of a population of grizzly bears.
Looking good! Browse photos of David Attenborough's second series of Natural Curiosities.
How did a female Komodo dragon give birth when she had never had contact with a male?
Aphids reproduce like tiny Russian dolls with multiple generations inside each individual.
The thick, folded skin of the rhinoceros looks almost like armour plating.
The hedgehogs spiky armour would put off any prospective mother-to-be.
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?!
The death's head hawkmoth may look freakish but it prefers to slip by unnoticed.
The discovery of a new powerfully built ape fuelled stories of savage beasts.
A vampire bat feeds on the blood of a pig after opening a wound in its leg.
Electric eels were a sensation when they were first brought to this country!
Wood frogs can withstand the closest thing to death without actually dying.
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.
Spider silk is the toughest natural material known to man.
Male seahorses really are a fish like no other, keeping their young in a special pouch.
Could the hyaenas adult physiology explain their complex sexual behaviour?
The mystery of the painted lady butterfly migration confused naturalists for years.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the history of swift and swallow migration.
The most populous country in the world is also one of the most wild.
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.
Spotted hyaenas are far more remarkable than their evil, cackling scavenger label.
Taking in the scale of Arabia's landscapes and the animals and people who call this home.
Find out more about this spring's incredible programmes with our beautiful trailer.
Watch 240 Californian game wardens as they fight for nature in the Wild Justice Trailer.
Professor Brian Cox talks about how life converts and uses energy.
Wildlife cameraman Martyn Colbeck talks about capturing the giraffe fighting sequence.
Watch a clip from Sir David Attenborough's spectacular series Africa.
Watch Brian Cox explain how concentration gradients could answer the origins of life.
You may have some incredible athletes on your TV right now, but how about these wild ones?
The home of incredible wildlife and stunning landscapes; Wild Africa.
Hedgehogs are a famously spiny mammal distantly related to shrews.
Rhinos are easily identified by their distinct facial horns and thick, grey skin.
Penguin populations around the world are declining - here we focus on the African species.
As the largest desert in the world the Sahara is one of the most inhospitable of habitats.
The east and west ocean currents off Southern Africa collide to form an explosion of life.
Central Africa and its wildlife is drowned in claustrophobic tropical rainforest.
East Africa is a land of endless change and the savannah wildlife need to be adaptable.
Helping to protect the Siberian tiger is a daunting prospect!
Exploring Africa's southwest corner, two deserts sit side by side; the Kalahari and Namib.
Take a look at some spectacular images from Gordon Buchanan's Polar Bear Family & Me.
A single unbroken chain connects us to all life and the laws of nature that created it.
Christmas is synonymous with snowy animals - just look at the nearest Christmas card!
Watch a clip from Michaela Strachan's The Great Penguin Rescue.
A gallery of that cold-blooded, scaly group of animals: the reptiles.
A gallery of all your favourite baby animals from around the world, aren't they cute?
In Attenborough’s Ark, Sir David explains why the animals he chose are so important.
There were more than just lions in Lions on the Move... There were hyenas too!
Kevin Richardson makes sure his lions and hyenas live as enriched of lives as possible.
Watch a clip from the first episode of Outback Rangers.
The technology used to film this stunning series helped gather some incredible images.
Nigel Marven takes a close look at some of Hainan's amazing wildlife.
Watch the trailer for Outback Rangers.
All your favourite animals in one photo gallery. Yours missing? Leave a comment!
Leandro is the Jaguar Man, check out our gallery of photos from the programme.
Knut was an incredible polar bear, raising awareness worldwide.
Australian Brolga rescues baby kangaroos from the roadside and nurses them back to health.
The seas around Sulawesi contain some wonderfully creepy wildlife.