Discover While You Can
Çağan Şekercioğlu traces endangered animals that we need to discover before they disappear.
Using the latest techniques, the team is trying to capture and study one of Türkiye's most fascinating migratory birds.
Many attempts have been made to catch the world's most widely distributed bear species, but Çağan is not giving up on this dangerous task.
A sophisticated GPS tracking device is attached to the majestic bird of Egyptian Vulture to unravel the secrets of its enigmatic existence.
In order to study and help protect the rare Caucasian Lynx in a vulnerable situation, the team of experts is prepare a trap. Will it work?
In the Küre Mountains National Park near the Black Sea, the team manages to obtain rare images of the roe deer, the smallest deer species in Europe and Asia.
Çağan sets out into the Anatolian steppe with his professor friend to find and photograph the beautiful marbled polecat, but this task requires a great deal of patience and perseverance.
We continue to discover the wildlife of Türkiye... Çağan takes on the dangerous challenge of spotting the wild boar with a size and strength capable of taking a person's life.
Very close to the Türkiye-Georgian border, Çağan learns traditional techniques for catching and training sparrowhawks, used by the locals for hunting.
Our team of experts track a wolf specimen with the aim of photographing it and learning about its lifestyle and territorial behaviour.
European Storm Petrel
Seeking to discover more captivating species, Çağan travels to the southwest of the country, the only place where one of the smallest yet most beautiful seabirds in the Mediterranean can be spotted.
Mediterranean Monk Seal
The team sets out on a mission to track down a species of seal endangered by pollution in the Mediterranean Sea.
We set off on a journey to the Hatay Mountains in the south with our hearts set on catching a glimpse of a graceful creature, but tracking such a fast-moving animal will be no easy task.