I am not a nature freak, but I just finished watching "My Life as a Turkey" on public television. Outside the stunning photography, it tells a remarkable, unsissified tale of a man who hatches and then raises a group of wild turkeys... how, over time, he touches them and how they touch him.
Buddhists and anyone else who might be interested in how to live an adequate life should see this quiet film effort. As far as I can figure out, it's not on the internet just yet, but it will be at some point and I highly recommend it. Reviews cannot do it justice, but here is a review from The Guardian.