AWC FULL EPISODES
Mexico’s Secret Seabirds
There are few birds that are as charismatic and endearing as the blue-footed boobies of Isla Isabel off Mexico’s pacific coast. But it’s not just the boobies that call this place home. Journey with James as he explores the rich birdlife of this place that has been aptly named Mexico’s Galapagos. We meet one of Mexico’s top chefs, Betty Vasquez, and she explains how the blue-footed boobies of Isla Isabel have shaped her culinary career.
Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the world and features dramatic landscapes and renowned North American wildlife species like bison, moose, grizzly bears and, perhaps the most iconic of all, the gray wolf. Journey with James as he explores this historic landscape and learns from biologist and legendary wolf tracker, Nathan Varley, about the reintroduction of wolves after an absence of over 60 years.
Song of the Whale
There are few animals on earth as mysterious and charismatic as humpback whales.
Join the AWC crew as we journey down to the idyllic Riviera Nayarit coastline to commune with whales and whale ecotourism guide Javier Alvarez.
Sea Turtles of the Palm Beaches
After returning to the Palm Beaches, Hannah Campbell fell in love with the charismatic sea turtle population that nests there every summer.
With a passion for outreach, she found a home at Loggerhead Marinelife Center where she now devotes her time to engaging the public in sea turtle education.
Utilizing night-vision cameras, James joins her along the way to see first-hand the incredible nesting ritual these turtles go through to ensure the survival of the next generation.
Giants of the Savannah
James Currie joins researcher Erin Earl, conservationist Leroy Ignacio, and vacquero Richard Peter to discover never-before-seen behaviors of giant anteaters in Guyana.
Along the way, we learn of the deep cultural ties between giant anteaters and the indigenous populations of the Rupununi and how new conservation strategies empower local communities to protect the land they cherish.
Giants of the River
James Currie returns to Karanambu Lodge, home of the late “otter-lady” Diane McTurk. There he meets Melanie McTurk, who has carried on her family’s legacy of rehabilitating orphaned giant river otters and is working to expand community-based ecotourism in the Rupununi.