It goes without saying that the Smithsonian is a storied institution that has played a key role in the education and research surrounding our beloved planet Earth.
Since 1846, the organization, which is comprised of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research facilities, has promoted James Smithson’s vision of “increasing and diffusing knowledge.”
Fast-forward to today, and the institution is advancing education about our precious planet in today’s digital arena. The organization recently launched Smithsonian Earth, a commercial-free streaming service that offers unlimited access to original documentaries, short series, and nature scenes.
All of the programs are shot in stunning 4K Ultra HD-resolution by filmmakers around the world – with the goal of bringing you closer than ever before to nature’s most fascinating animals and wildest locations.
Click on the link to view this introductory video: https://smithsonianearthtv.com/#about
In addition, you can get this wonderful content from your App Store on Apple TV, Roku, or Amazon Fire TV. The Smithsonian is offering a 30-day free trial, and full subscriptions only cot $3.99 per month.
When you subscribe to Smithsonian Earth, one percent of your purchase will be donated to Smithsonian Institution research and conservation initiatives to help preserve our natural environments and the extraordinary creatures that inhabit them.