Each episode explores the wildlife on an island or archipelago, where evolution resulted in remarkable diversity. The island are in different oceans and conditions, and whether isolated or not, wildlife, human populations and even geology often interact(ed) significantly with insular and/or continental neighbors.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Wildest Islands - Carol Ruckdeschel - Netflix
Carol Ruckdeschel is a biologist, naturalist, and environmental activist. As a Cumberland Island resident, she was instrumental in the creation and preservation of Cumberland Island National Seashore. She is the subject of the book Untamed: The Wildest Woman in America and the Fight for Cumberland Island by Will Harlan. She does ongoing research on sea turtles and endangered and extinct species around the Georgia coast. Her residence on the north part of Cumberland Island is currently owned by The National Park Service, on the condition of her remaining there until her death.
Wildest Islands - Books - Netflix
Ruckdeschel, Carol; Shoop, C. R.; Zug, George R. (2000). Sea Turtles of the Georgia Coast. Cumberland Island Museum. ISBN 9780967938806. Retrieved 23 September 2014.
Wildest Islands - References - Netflix