Tabitha chooses turtles and gets the opportunity to assist with a turtle recovery project and to learn why so many species of turtles are at risk. Jack reluctantly accepts a snake assignment that takes him to a major highway development and bridge in Windsor, Ontario. Not seeing any wetlands, he thinks he’s in the wrong place. A species expert assures him that foxsnakes are adaptable, even to heavily modified environments, as long as they can move safely between different parts of their habitat.
Into the Boreal
Tabitha boards the Polar Bear Express. She’s on her way to learn about Lake sturgeon research from a Cree biologist. Jack meanwhile learns about the elusive wolverine.
Tabitha is on a night time stake out by a badger’s den, while Jack investigates Loggerhead shrike and their gruesome habit of impaling their prey.
Jack heads to Rondeau Park for a night-time stakeout, survivorman style, for the nocturnal Fowler’s toad. Tabitha meanwhile gets introduced to the perils of life as an American eel.
Jack and Tabitha are on a quest for the mysterious Green dragon. With no sign of dragons, Jack heads off to investigate a close relative -lizards. Meanwhile Tabitha discovers why everything was so secretive on this mission.
Tabitha loves turtles and helps with a recovery effort. Jack reluctantly accepts a snake assignment that takes him to a major highway development in Windsor, Ontario.
Shared Urban Spaces
Assigned to look in their own habitat to find species at risk, the team, with help from Charlie, discover the world of bats which leads to a surprising ending to the series.