Best American Wildlife Documentaries

A look at the best FREE American Wildlife documentaries.

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1. America's Most Infamous Mountain Lion (P22 Puma Documentary) | Real Wild

Duration: 49:42

Published: July 9, 2022

Views: 18779+

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A mountain lion named P22 has lived in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park for the past decade, and he’s done more for saving the species than any other creature. He is famous for his journey from Liberty Canyon to Griffith Park in LA. He had to cross 2 of the busiest freeways in the country and came within 2 miles of the Hollywood walk of fame. He is known as the cat that changed America. Named P22 as he was the 22nd puma they captured in their studies. He was spotted unexpectedly in 2012 and since that moment the national park

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2. Dangerous Encounters and Animal Favorites | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 02:51:37

Published: April 19, 2022

Views: 14809+

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Channel: Real Wild

In this compilation, we discover what happens when animal encounters go wrong. Like when a wild bear comes face to face with a woman on a TV set, or when a mother gets protective of her babies. We also see dangerous encounters between different species, like a grasshopper mouse and a scorpion, or a copyu and an alligator. We also cover some of Marty’s favorite animals, and explore some of the wonderful aviary species, like white pelicans and the ever-majestic bald eagle. TW* 4:31 bear attack and graphic photo#RealWild #Documentary

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3. Cutest Animal Moments Compilation | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 02:51:05

Published: April 12, 2022

Views: 600464+

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Channel: Real Wild

From animals giving themselves a nice slide down a snowy hill over and over to a much needed back massage, sometimes animals display their needs in quite funny looking behavior. Also in this compilation, we some some mischievous young babies learning to make their way in the world, along with some heartfelt moments between animal siblings and their parents. 00:00-57:23 Fantastic Follies 57:24-1:54:17 Wacky Babies 1:54:18-2:50:49 Tender Times#RealWild #Documentary

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4. Saving The Fish Of The Florida Keys | Changing Seas | Real Wild

Duration: 25:21

Published: March 29, 2022

Views: 4860+

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Channel: Real Wild

In the Florida Keys, lies the flats, a popular fishing area which is part of the both the economic and cultural heritage of the Keys. Flat fishing is a recreation sport in which recreational anglers pursue catching and then releasing the fish. Usually about 6 feet deep, this area is home to bonefish, tarpon, and permit, among many other species. WHile this practice has gone on for decades, it was in the 1990s that fishers and researchers started to notice that most of the bonefish were disappearing and in 1997 started the Bonefish And Tarpon Trust. What does scientific research

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5. Saving The American Crocodile From Poachers | Changing Seas | Real Wild

Duration: 25:28

Published: March 8, 2022

Views: 8963+

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Channel: Real Wild

The American Crocodile is found in 17 countries, from the south United States and Caribbean through to Central America and down to Peru. In Jamaica, crocodiles live along the coast due to their nesting habitats, and because of construction and hunting, their habitat is shrinking. Learn more about the cultural heritage of crocodiles in Jamaica and how the country is working to save the species.#RealWild #Documentary

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6. The Parasitic Sea Worm Devastating Florida's Coral Reefs | Changing Seas | Real Wild

Duration: 25:25

Published: March 1, 2022

Views: 8789+

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Channel: Real Wild

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is home to the worlds third largest coral barrier reef, and is home to all kinds of diverse species of flora and fauna. To take pressure off the reef and allow for regeneration, the retired Military ship Vandenberg was deliberately sunk in 2009 which has since given divers and marine life a new space to inhabit. However, one of its new inhabitants is the invasive worm snail, the Vandy. Could this non-native species spread past the ship and to other coral reefs?#RealWild #Documentary

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7. Florida's Incredible Biodiversity Hotspot [4K] | Expeditions With Patrick McMillan | Real Wild

Duration: 52:53

Published: January 13, 2022

Views: 16197+

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Channel: Real Wild

Patrick McMillan explores the Apalachicola National Forest in the panhandle of Florida, which is of the United States top 5 biodiversity hotspots. Just one county alone has over 1,694 varieties of plant life, such as the star-shaped carnivorous Butterwort plant. Later on, he heads to the Francis Marion National Forest in North Carolina, another richly biodiverse forest, that uses an intentional 'slow' fire burning process to maintain the health and biodiversity of the forest. Here, McMillan meets with wildlife Biologists Larry, Mark and Mike, to see how they monitor and record the animals they are trying to protect.#RealWild #Documentary

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8. Clemson's Extraordinary Experimental Forest [4K] | Expeditions With Patrick McMillan | Real Wild

Duration: 52:52

Published: January 6, 2022

Views: 11812+

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Channel: Real Wild

Patrick McMillan takes us on a journey through the Clemson University Experimental Forest in the Piedmont region of South Carolina. Originally used as farmland, this forest of over 17,000 acres has been fully restored in the last 70 years and is now a center for biodiversity with migratory birds, native wildflowers, and even a swamp rabbit which is semiaquatic. McMillan meets up with two friends who also work at Clemson University, Ornithologist Dr. Drew, and Plant Ecologist Vic, where they discuss the migration patterns of some of the forests birds, and the different types of soil and its erosion patterns

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9. The Carolina's Superb Adaptable Wildlife [4K] | Expeditions With Patrick McMillan| Real Wild

Duration: 53:59

Published: December 30, 2021

Views: 12848+

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In both North and South Carolina, there are over 32 species of frogs. The wood frog may look like an average or unbecoming frog, but it can actually freeze for months at a time in the winter, and resume its normal activities once thawed out and spring begins. The Eastern Spade Foot toad is nocturnal, and has an extra smooth skin which secrets toxins to ward off predators. Similar to frogs, Butterflies are plentiful in the Carolinas, and if you've ever wanted more to show up in your garden, Patrick McMillan can show you exactly how to diversify your landscape

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10. Discovering Colorado's Rocky Animal Empire [4K] | Expeditions With Patrick McMillan | Real Wild

Duration: 52:53

Published: December 16, 2021

Views: 38143+

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Channel: Real Wild

In this Episode of Expeditions, Patrick McMillan explores the vast Colorado Rocky Mountain range, which holds most of the United States summits. With a landscape ranging from alpine tundra, valley grasslands, and woodlands, there is plentiful wildlife. From incredible wildflowers, to yellowed bellied marmots who hibernate up to 8 months or the distinctive Rocky Mountain goats who’s thick coats have adapted to the harsh climates. Content licensed by APT Worldwide to Little Dot Studios.#RealWild #Documentary

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11. The Skunk: A Real Havoc 'Reeker' (Wildlife Documentary) | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 28:16

Published: June 5, 2021

Views: 84623+

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Channel: Real Wild

The skunk: black and white, easily provoked and wickedly perfumed! Understandably, Skunks have few enemies other than cars, household pets, and large Owls. But they do have many interesting traits which are often overshadowed by an emphasis on the obvious. The Skunk: More Than Just A Funny Smell | Wild America | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #Skunk

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12. America's Rarest Bear: The Glacier Bear | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 27:49

Published: May 18, 2021

Views: 71171+

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Channel: Real Wild

Marty Stouffer examines the function of non-color in Nature and shows us that the lives of gray creatures, such as the Glacier Bear, Stone Sheep, Gyrfalcon, and even the Gray Wolf are certainly anything but drab. America's Rarest Bear: The Glacier Bear | Wild America | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #GlacierBear

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13. The Secret Life Of Porcupines (Wildlife Documentary) | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 27:50

Published: May 15, 2021

Views: 48712+

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Channel: Real Wild

One of the few creatures that can afford to turn its back on an enemy, the Porcupine has approximately 30,000 good reasons for doing so. Barbed quills on back and tail insure that it has few enemies in the first place, so this large Rodent confidently goes about its business at an extremely relaxed pace. The Secret Life Of Porcupines (Wildlife Documentary) | Wild America | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #PricklyPorcupines

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14. What Are America's Most Endangered Animals? | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 27:49

Published: April 24, 2021

Views: 11370+

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Channel: Real Wild

This exploration of wildlife's struggle for survival presents America's many endangered species, birds and fish, some of which have never been filmed before. Some are large and impressive -- others small and overlooked. What Are America's Most Endangered Animals? | Wild America | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #EndangeredSpecies

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15. America's Favourite Wild Animals (Wildlife Documentary) | Wild America | Real Wild

Duration: 57:22

Published: February 28, 2021

Views: 125321+

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Channel: Real Wild

America is home to a fantastically diverse ecosystem that enables all sorts of wildlife to flourish. Marty Stouffer documents some of his favourite wild animals across the continent, providing insight into their natural lives. America's Favourite Animals (Wildlife Documentary) | Wild America |#RealWild #Documentary #WildAnimals #AmericanAnimals

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16. Predator Meets Prey | Wild America | Real WIld

Duration: 50:55

Published: February 21, 2021

Views: 380645+

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Channel: Real Wild

The U.S is home to some of the world's most incredible wildlife. Today we join the packs of some of America's most notorious creatures and discover how these amazing animals survive and thrive. This episode of Wild America was originally published in 1979.#RealWild #Documentary #WildAmerica

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