Paisley Paver is the newest villain to appear in Wild Kratts, along with her henchman, Rex, in the episode, "Spirit Bear."


She is very picky, but also very proper and she hates nature and finds all forms of wildlife disgusting. Her goal; to pave all nature for future generations. She has shown she is intolerant of delays to her work, stating: "time is money."


Paisley Paver first appears as her boat approaches at an island inhabited by bears (which the Kratt bros. and Aviva happens to be there), wanting to turn it into a mega-storage facility. At there, she gives her henchmen, Rex the permission to start the pavers, (and also reveals her dislike for nature). In the midst of her progress, she is interrupted by the sudden appearance of Martin Kratt, who stops her from unknowingly flattening a spirit bear cub (named Spirit Jr. by Martin).Finding Martin and Spirit Jr. to be nuisances, she uses an extendable arm feature on her main paver to get them out of the way by capturing them, but Martin is able to warn Chris and Aviva about Paisley Paver's plot.

While coming up a big hill, a boulder is rolled down the hill, forcing Rex to use his pavers to stop it, and it's revealed to be Chris in his black bear power suit that rolled the boulder. Teaming up with Spirit Jr.'s mom, Chris fights off the pavers while Aviva frees Martin and Spirit Jr., Martin uses this moment to activate black bear powers and ties both Paisley and Rex to their own extendable arm. Realizing defeat, Paisley demands that the Wild Kratts "get them out of there (the island), and Aviva obliges by sending the villains to their boat, along with their pavers, Rex laments that he didn't get to pave the island, and he's reassured by his boss that they'll find somewhere else to pave. As the villains are gone, the Wild Kratts reminisce about the new villains they'll be dealing with.


  • Paisley Paver is the first villain that doesn't use an animal in her schemes (she considers them to be a nuisance that just get in her way), rather, her plans make use of their habitats.