Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park is an other-worldly place, full of fantastically shaped hoodoo rocks set amidst an intricate network of narrow winding gullies.
A female with two young cubs gently nudges an inexperienced — and slightly reluctant — male into action.
Watch in 360 as a herd of female caribou walk hundreds of kilometres north to have their calves in one of the most remote parts of northern Quebec.
Cape St. Mary’s is one of the only places in the world you don’t have to take a boat to see these seabirds. Every year, it’s home to one of the largest gannet breeding colonies in North America.
Spring arrives and notoriously shy sea otter mothers and their pups play in the ocean off Vancouver Island. The Wild Canadian crew hides to capture those magical moments.
Nectar feeders help these birds fuel up for breeding season and provide a delightful show at home.
'It was the best day of my life.' Sam Ellis spent 76 days with Mad Max in the Yukon wilderness.
An unusual nose turns this tiny critter’s underground habitat into a field-of-plenty.
Spring water rich in nutrients and minerals is just the right balm for an upset tummy.
Small rodents fear this silent predator, which hunts by plunging into the snow.
In a pelican version of speed dating, these birds only have a week to find 'the one' and engage in charming rituals of nodding and a courtship walk.
When The Wild Canadian Year crew wanted to film polar bears in 360, they set up their rig and crossed their fingers and waited for a polar bear to approach. They didn’t anticipate what would happen next.
Grey seals and wild horses brave hurricane-force winds and freezing temperatures in this harsh offshore climate.
The world's largest breeding colony of grey seals comes here to mate and raise their young.
Giving birth in the fall is unusual in the animal world. But this new mom needs the summer’s heat for her babies to mature before giving birth to them in an underground den.
It’s eat or die for tiny shrews in Manitoba. They need to eat more than their own weight every day and each fall insects are hard to find.