Perhaps the most mysterious and magical place on Earth, the Amazon contains the largest expanse of tropical forest in the world and harbors approximately one-third of its species.
Jutting out into the Pacific off of Costa Rica's western coast, this remote paradise harbors a diversity of habitats and biological richness found nowhere else on Earth.
Once stretching 330 million acres, an area twice the size of Texas, the Atlantic Forest of Brazil is one of the world's most extraordinary forests.
East Kalimantan, Indonesia, is the heart of Borneo and one of the world's last great places.
Native Hawaiian forests of towering trees, steep cliffs and deep valleys stretch across the wet windward slopes of the dormant Haleakala Volcano to the sea 10,000 feet below.
William Housty, head of the Coastwatch Grizzly Monitoring Project of the Heiltsuk First Nation, describes the process of capturing DNA samples from Grizzly Bears in the Great Bear Rainforest.