Pictured in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, the white pelican breeds in North America and then migrates south in the winter. The white pelican takes flight to coasts as far as Central America in flocks of up to 180 individuals.
The zebra migrations in Botswana filmed by National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert see zebra family groups joining together to make the hazardous round trip, a journey that can take a toll on young mothers.
Sahara Desert: The rare Mali elephant undertakes the longest elephant migration on earth – a circle around the heart of landlocked Mali in West Africa. Traversing the southern edge of the Sahara Desert.
Walruses, Svalbard Tusks of all lengths suggest a mix of ages among these walruses, part of Svalbard's peak summer count of some By the early ivory hunters had nearly wiped out Norway's herds. Protected since the population is still recovering.
The black-browed albatross soars in on its wingspan to mate on land, all under the hungry gaze of a predator bird, the striated caracara, who has waited through a brutal winter for this bounty of newly laid eggs, hatchlings and chicks.
Born to Move: Africa - Credit: Anup Shah White-bearded wildebeest herd: Every year, more than a million wildebeest and two hundred thousand zebras must chase the seasonal rains, in a loop around Tanzania and Kenya.