Top 5 Nature Documentaries On Netflix

There has never been a better time for the ultimate binge watching weekend. Grab some snacks, a blanket and cosy up with some friends for these top 5 nature documentaries on Netflix. Enjoy an interesting watch while learning about sustainability and the environment.

Our Planet wrote across the screen in the background you can see earth and the sun starting to rise

Our Planet

Learning about the impacts of climate change can be a tricky one, especially for the younger generation, this family friendly show is the perfect way to get an insight into our planet's natural beauty. Learn how climate change impacts all living creatures in this documentary of spectacular scope.

Night on Earth shot in the dark, a man hunches in the left corner setting up a camera in the dark looking out at a snow covered landscape

Night On Earth

Discover what happens when the world goes to sleep. This nature series’ new technology lifts night’s veil to reveal the hidden lives of the world’s creatures, from lions on the hunt to bats on the wing.

Plastic Ocean, an image of a whale following a plastic bottle as it falls down to the bottom of the sea

A Plastic Ocean

As a company we are very passionate about sustainability and water pollution, which is why we have signed Repak Ireland’s Plastic Pledge. This documentary gives an informative insight into the world's oceans brimming with plastic waste. Watch as a documentary filmmaker investigates the pollution's environmental impacts.

Dancing with the Birds, an exotic red and yellow bird singing on a branch in the jungle

Dancing With The Birds

From ruffling their majestic feathers to nailing im-peck-able courtship routines, birds in paradise flaunt their best moves in hopes of landing a mate. Watch as these exotic birds live their everyday lives, either by dancing or creating nests with the right decorations.

Mission Blue, underwater scene of a coral reef with a school of fish swimming by

Mission Blue

Step into the life of a Marine Biologist and environmentalist. This documentary follows Sylvia Earle's campaign to save the world's oceans from threats such as over fishing and toxic waste.