Could there be a portal to the underworld inside Texas' Big Bend National Park? Follow the footsteps of prehistoric visitors to see if you can uncover the truth with nature photographer Ian Shive. Presented by Travel Texas. Please review and follow all state and local guidelines while traveling.
The Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park provide stark contrast to the landscape of the Texas desert. Check out how nature photographer Ian Shive captures the land of extremes! Presented by Travel Texas. Please review and follow all state and local guidelines while traveling.
Soak in the history of Texas' Big Bend National Park. Discover why visitors have been coming to these mystical Hot Springs for thousands of years. Nature photographer Ian Shive scopes out these "healing powers" for himself. Presented by Travel Texas. Please review and follow all state and local guidelines while traveling.
A sky island in a thunderstorm? Photographer Ian Shive is willing to risk a few drops of rain to get the shot of a lifetime, sweeping views of the sunset on top of the Chisos Mountains in Texas' Big Bend National Park. Presented by Travel Texas. Please review and follow all state and local guidelines while traveling.
My first expedition to Mojave National Preserve, California, was an epic adventure that felt ripped right off the pages of an Indiana Jones movie. An ancient cave in an unassuming desert landscape that at high noon, reveals shafts of light into a soft, sandy cave, like an underground sundial.
When I first started photographing Channel Islands National Park in Southern California in the mid-1990s, it was a very different place. As more and more people seek unique outdoor experiences, visitors to the islands have increased, but the most notable change I’ve witnessed over the years is the recovery of the park’s endemic island fox.
Nature photographer and conservationist Ian Shive heads to Channel Islands National Park in California to document the Island Fox's resurgence from the brink of extinction. Island Foxes are the smallest fox in North America and are found only in the Channel Islands.
Thousands of years ago, our prehistoric predecessors inhabited a planet that looked very different. And even all this time later, we are still learning how they lived and behaved. A discovery in New Mexico teaches us about a young child's journey.