Barr is the first person to capture and study all 23 species of wild crocodilians. A former science teacher, Barr brings humor and wit to his On-Air reporting.
A biologist with a Ph.D. in zoology and extensive training in management and development of protected areas. Boyes leads the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project
What happens when an attorney shifts his focus from international trade and the whaling industry to wildlife trafficking? Things get really interesting.
One of the most celebrated underwater photographers in history, Doubilet photographs a wide range of subjects, from coral edens to the polar regions.
Photographer and Filmmaker
One day after graduating with Honors and a degree in Zoology from the University of Bristol, Gregory was on a plane to Mumbai to assist wildlife photographer Steve Winter in his quest to document urban leopards. He hasn't stopped since!
Freshwater Ecologist and host of Nat Geo WILD’s Monster Fish, Zeb Hogan, is on a mission is to protect the world’s largest freshwater fish.
Charlie Hamilton James
Photographer and Filmmaker
Making a name for himself as a freshwater aquatic wildlife photographer, James has morphed into natural history filmmaking and he's telling the story of how mankind interacts with nature in a rapidly changing landscape.
Beverly & Dereck Joubert
Photographers & Filmmakers
Wild Africa would be in far greater peril if not for the tireless efforts of the Jouberts, who have devoted more than 25 years to documenting its majestic wildlife in a race to save countless species—especially lions—from extinction and to help man and beast coexist in greater harmony.
Photographer & Filmmaker
In an artistic way that is entirely his own, Klum has described and portrayed animals, plants, and natural and cultural settings in the form of articles, books, ﬁlms, and exhibitions.
Photographer & Biologist
Tim Laman has earned a reputation for capturing images of nearly impossible subjects —from orangutans that glide through rain forest canopies to some of the most rare and extraordinary birds in the world.
Nominated for two Emmy Awards for her work as a field correspondent Nat Geo's Explorer TV series, Mayor is now a featured host on Nat Geo WILD.
Vincent J. Musi
Using humor and sharp wit, Musi takes us on a tour of humanity, into Earth's oldest temple, across Route 66, through Texas Hill Country and deep inside volcanoes.
A globally-acclaimed photographer and marine biologist, Paul has been documenting both the beauty and the plight of our planet’s polar regions and our world’s oceans for over twenty years.
Peschak traded in his marine biologist hat in 2004 to raise awareness about conservation in the best way he knew how, with his camera.