The Danube is the largest preserved wetland on the continent, a sanctuary for thousands of species -many are the last of their kind. Conservationists are working to preserve and restore these precious habitats before it’s too late.
Premieres on February 3
Explore the resurgence of iconic wildlife and natural processes across Europe's most breathtaking landscapes, from the Arctic Circle to rich river wetlands, from deep forests to rugged mountain peaks.
Europe's New Wild Episodes
Europe's New Wild Extras
S1 Ep3 | 2m 29s
Born just a few days too soon, a baby reindeer is abandoned by his mother.
S1 Ep3 | 2m 5s
Using frozen rivers for thousands of years, reindeer are facing extreme dangers now.
S1 Ep3 | 3m 23s
Three litters of Arctic fox pups are released into the wild.
S1 Ep3 | 30s
Native Sami people and modern conservationists team up to save age-old reindeer migration.
S1 Ep4 | 2m 33s
Meet the fen raft spider, which can stay underwater for up to 30 minutes.
S1 Ep4 | 2m 50s
Meet the Delta’s largest pelican colony, made up of more than 18,500 birds.
S1 Ep4 | 2m 45s
With dikes removed, Ermakov Island comes back to life.
S1 Ep4 | 30s
The Danube is the largest preserved wetland on the continent.
S1 Ep2 | 2m 17s
Widely spread in Europe, wild boar can survive and thrive in most habitats.
S1 Ep2 | 2m
Weighing almost as much as a car, the European bison is the continent’s largest mammal.
S1 Ep2 | 2m 13s
Watch Eurasian lynx cubs play and explore.
S1 Ep2 | 30s
In Europe’s Carpathian mountains and beyond, the continent’s most iconic species thrive.
S1 Ep1 | 52s
Lynx cubs learn to hunt prey and to master the art of ambush.
S1 Ep1 | 1m 33s
With the highest wildfire rates, Portugal strategically creates controlled fires.
S1 Ep1 | 1m 30s
Iberian lynx use play to develop the skills they need to survive in the wild.
Explore the resurgence of iconic wildlife and natural processes across Europe.
S1 Ep1 | 30s
Across Iberia, rare subspecies are making a comeback thanks to rewilding efforts.