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  • Norway: Land of Fjords, Islands and Vikings | Free Documentary Nature

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    This film shows Norway at its finest and most beautiful. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button on our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breathtaking country.

    The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate even to the north of the arctic circle. So agriculture and live-stock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers.

    At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.

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  • The Secrets of Wild Canada - Full Documentary

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    Spirit bears hold a prominent place in the oral traditions of the indigenous peoples of the area. They have also been featured in a National Geographic documentary.

    Scientists have found that black bears are not as effective at catching fish as white bears, as the white bears are less visible from the perspective of the fish. While at night, the two colours of bears have similar success rates at catching fish, such as salmon, during the day, the white bears are 30% more effective.

    The Kermode bear was named after Francis Kermode, former director of the Royal B.C. Museum,who researched the subspecies and was a colleague of William Hornaday, the zoologist who described it.

    A common mispronunciation of Kermode as ker-MOH-dee differs from the actual pronunciation of the Kermode surname, which originates on the Isle of Man and is properly pronounced KER-mode, which is the usual way to pronounce Kermode bear.

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  • Moose: The Giants of Swedens Forests | Free Documentary Nature

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    Moose are an iconic species and of great importance to Sweden. That is why the country counts on a very special expert - the moose detective. Recently, a problem has developed on Öland regarding its moose. For a few years now on the island, the moose calves have been dying shortly after birth. It's a mystery. Every effort is made to save them. The island has called upon the moose detective to investigate. He follows several leads. Soon one of the suspects is identified - climate change.

    But it is not easy to convict the culprit. There are other suspects as well, the food shortage for example. Maybe they have joined hands as accomplices.

    In Sweden moose are very important. They are game and a magnet for tourists, but they also present a huge danger to traffic and the forestry itself. Equipped with a full team and a lot of high tech devices Fredrik investigates into the habits of moose to protect the population and to keep the potential of conflicts between moose and men as small as possible, all the way from the arctic circle to the island of Öland in southern Sweden. The award winning filmmaker Heiko De Groot tells a crime story with strong and emotional pictures. The scientist becomes a detective who follows his leads and leans from a helicopter with his dart gun like James Bond. It is a thrilling story about the king of the forest.
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  • Untouched Wilderness in Americas Northernmost National Park - Gates of the Arctic

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    Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is an American national park that protects portions of the Brooks Range in northern Alaska. The park is the northernmost national park in the United States, situated entirely north of the Arctic Circle. The park is the second largest in the US, slightly larger in area than Belgium. Gates of the Arctic was initially designated as a national monument on December 1, 1978, before being redesignated as a national park and preserve upon passage of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act in 1980.
    A large part of the park has additional protection as the Gates of the Arctic Wilderness that adjoins the Noatak Wilderness. They form the largest contiguous wilderness in the United States together.
    Fauna include brown bears, black bears, muskoxen, moose, Dall sheep, timber wolves, wolverines, coyotes, lynxes, marmots, porcupines, river otters, red and Arctic fox species, beavers, snowshoe hares, muskrats, bald eagles, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, ospreys, great horned and northern hawk-owls. More than half a million caribou, including the Central Arctic, Western Arctic, Teshekpuk, and Porcupine herds, migrate through the central Brooks Range twice yearly, traveling north in summer, and south in winter. Caribou are important as a food source to native peoples. The park is the northernmost range limit for the Dall sheep. About 132 brown bears reside in the park and preserve, based on a density of about one bear per 100 square miles.

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  • A JOURNEY THROUGH THE ARCTIC WORLD FROM CANADA TO NORWAY ???? Full Documentary ???? English HD 2020

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  • Norway - The land of fjords

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    This film shows Norway at its best. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button of our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breathtaking country.

    The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate also above the arctic circle. So agriculture and live-stock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers.

    At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.

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  • Two Years Alone in the Wilderness | Escape the City to Build Off Grid Log Cabin

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    One man leaves the city life behind to build a cheap off grid log cabin and homestead in the Canadian wilderness, including a log home, an outdoor kitchen, an outhouse, a woodshed and a sauna bathhouse. Building mostly with hand tools, Shawn James harvests building materials from the forests north of Toronto, Canada and crafts them into functional tools and shelters using traditional woodworking tools and methods. He practices bushcraft and survival skills every day, including fire starting, tree identification and harvesting, wild edible foraging, fishing, hunting, camping in the summer and winter, travelling by canoe and snowshoe, navigation and water collection and purification.
    Continue watching in 2019 as Shawn finishes the sauna, plants a forest garden for fruit and vegetables, builds an underground root cellar, ice house and cheese cave, a timber frame workshop and a remote hunt camp closer to fish and game.
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  • The Wonderful Wildlife of Sardinia | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Wonderful Wildlife of Sardinia | Free Nature Documentary

    Sardinia has always been the epitome of pure wilderness, an emerald of volcanic origin in the Mediterranean. 1900 meters of coastline and an infinite maze of offshore islands. But Sardinia also has other facets: green valleys, rugged mountains, murmuring brooks, mysterious ruins and a unique fauna.

    Just off of Sardinia's coast is an untouched underwater paradise - uniquely beautiful, but also dangerous. Pilot whales, dolphins and mobula rays populate the waters at Capo Testa in the north of the island. In the west, the lagoons of Cabras represent a wild landscape of lakes in which thousands of flamingos live and hunt the red brine shrimps. In addition to the flamingos, grey and purple herons and little egrets breed here. Thousands of bats have found refuge in the craggy mountain world of the Supramonte and Gennargentu, with their countless grottoes and caves.

    In the sea we can observe the mass mating of sea slugs, and thanks to our camera robots and submersible boats we were able to observe beard worms with luminous red gills, as well as bright yellow tree corals in the area surrounding the hypothermal lava holes.
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  • Couple Living alone in the Swedish wilderness

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    Tova and Mathias is living in a cabin in the Swedish wilderness. In this episode we give you a tour of our homestead. We show you how we live and the lay of the land, and of course you will meet the animals.

    Usually this is a vlog about our struggles and joys of living off the grid in the forests of Jämtland, Sweden.

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  • South Norway - The astonishing Land of Fjords

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    This film shows Norway at its best. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button of our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breath-taking country. The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate also above the arctic circle. So agriculture and livestock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers. At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.

  • Worlds Richest Country & Unknown World under Moscow | Mystery Places | Free Documentary

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    Mystery Places: Richest Country in the World, Unknown Underground World of Moscow | Lost Places Documentary

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    In this episode of Mystery Places, we travel to the richest country in the world, visit a mind-blowing hotel in Italy, and visit the USA in Germany. We also check out a chicken-shaped church in Indonesia, and discover the unknown world under Moscow.
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  • The Swiss Alps: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    Gentle, green meadows, rugged rock faces, mysterious lakes, dense forests, tall mountains, low-lying river deltas, quietly meandering mountain streams and smack dab in the middle, a unique fauna - THIS is Switzerland! We trace the elementary power of nature and present animals and plants in landscapes that have hardly ever been touched by mankind. Switzerland is an alpine country, but it is also Europe's surge tank. Rivers such as the Rhine and the Rhone have their sources here. Glaciers, crevasses, icy cold caves and the underwater dome of the Verzasca are the unusual settings we chose for this film. We meet with rare, selected animal species and present their behavioural patterns, such as the Swiss or Arven jay, the lynx and albino catfish. Cold, wind, snow and extreme locations demand adaptation that make us marvel.

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  • 20 Wilderness Survival Tips and Bushcraft Skills

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    Here is a few handy survival tips and bushcraft skills that might help you in a wilderness survival situation. Ranging from making fire, water purification, using natural materials to build shelters and a few urban survival tips.

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  • Traveling Iran by train | DW Documentary

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    Iran is opening its doors to foreigners and a train ride from the Persian Gulf to the Caspian Sea is a great way to get to know the country and its people.

    The travel restrictions that are now being lifted were in place for decades. Many Iranians are hoping they will now be able to lead a freer life – and we meet many of these hospitable and welcoming people on our journey through the Middle Eastern nation.

    The country’s most important rail link, the Trans-Iranian Railway, runs for approximately 1400 kilometers from the Persian Gulf via Teheran to the Caspian Sea. The journey starts in Khorramshahr on the Shatt al-Arab, the river border between Iraq and Iran.

    Traveling past oil fields, the train reaches Shushtar. One of the top sights here is the historic hydraulic system, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, the train heads up into the Zagros Mountains. The journey is interrupted by a break for prayer. Breath-taking landscapes move past the train window until we reach the highest point not only of our journey but of the entire rail network: 2,200 meters above sea level between Dorud and Arak.

    During a brief stop in Qom, travelers can refuel with sohan, a pastry made of wheat germ, flour and sugar. The next section of the track is high-speed and we continue on to Teheran at 160 km/h. The metropolitan area is home to more than 15 million people. The last leg takes us to the north of the country.

    In the Alborz Mountains, we find out what role the Trans-Iranian Railway played during Stalin’s major offensive against the German army in World War II. Our oriental rail adventure ends in Bandar-e Torkaman on the Caspian Sea.
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  • Lobsters - The armoured knights of the oceans

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    The knights of the deep are on the move; almost no part of their bodies is without armor. Like medieval warriors, these fighters are well armed – not with sword and shield, but with scissors and forceps and defensive armor that is covered with spikes and hooks. And even though they are well protected and have an uncanny awareness of their surroundings, many of these proud knights will face a gloomy destiny. Many of them will end upon a plate.

    Gourmets all over the world are in love with these famous crustaceans: lobsters! For marine biologists lobsters are similarly fascinating: as research objects. We are on their trail in Cape Breton, an island in the northern Atlantic and part of the Canadian province Nova Scotia, where one of the largest populations of lobsters has its home.

  • One Year Alone in Forests of Sweden | Building Log Cabin like our Forefathers

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    Sometimes we hear a call from nature. When I was 18 years old I ventured out alone with only a backpack full of simple hand tools to actualize my dream. Build my own traditional off grid log cabin by hand from the materials of the Swedish wilderness. Just like our Forefathers did.

    I had no previous experience in building, gathering materials or filming. So I started studying myself the old arts and learning from my grandfather and mentor Åke Nilsson. I began to cut down trees and film with my phone, learning as I go. My project started full time once I graduated high school in summer 2019. I filmed everything myself and edited this video so you can follow my journey and hopefully learn as I do.

    The tractor is a Ferguson TE20 Grålle from 1946, they were wildly used to move timber. In 1950 the first chainsaws came to Sweden but they were too big and heavy to be practical. I didn't want to take down every closest tree. So by using the tractor (also as a little tribute) I could haul a few trees from further away, about 150 meters. I would have loved to use a horse but don't have one. yet..


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    Preparing First Logs: (0:00)
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    Log Cabin Build Starts (Learning): (12:50)
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    Log Cabin Rebirth: (56:30)
    How To Build a Log Cabin: (1:01:08)
    How To Lift Heavy Logs on Log Cabin: (1:14:06)
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  • Most Dangerous Ways To School | OIMJAKON | Free Documentary

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    Siberia. Endless vastness – arctic temperatures. Even farther East than Japan and 5 000 kilometres north of Vladivostok lies Yakutia, the coldest Republik of Russia. Yakutsk is the capital of the Yakutia Republic and is located about 5100 kilometres east of Moscow. In the midst of it: Oimjakon. With its 500 residents the coldest inhabited place on earth. This village lies in a mountain valley on the upper reaches of the banks of the Indgirka River. One of the major reasons for the freezing temperatures is the great distance from the Atlantic Ocean and the humidity that the Ocean provides to a major part of the Northern Hemisphere. Masses of mountains shield Siberia against the warm air from the west and south, while in the opposite direction, the door to the Artic stands wide open. Thus in the winter, cold masses of air expand into the Siberian landscape completely unrestricted.

    The average temperature in winter: Minus 40° Celsius. The children of the Siberian Oimjakon have the world`s coldest way to school. The extreme living conditions are completely normal for the residents of Oymyakon. This is also true for the Tariks family and their son Aljosha. He is 8 years old. The children of his age group are only excused from attending school on account of the cold at temperatures below minus 54° degrees.

    Even before his departure for school Aljosha feels the grim cold. Lacking running water the house also has no bathroom. So Aljosha alredy has to go outside – to the unheated outside earth closet in the garden. Sascha’s mother cooks tea. In order to do so, she must go to outside to the front of the house, which is made of wood- as all houses in Oymyakon. Due to the great temperature differences here, concrete walls would soon crack and be destroyed. In the short summers, it can get quite warm in Oymyakon. In front of the wooden house the ice blocks are stored. The next-door farmer had cut out of the frozen river for them. There is no running water in the Pole of Cold, with temperatures dropping to -65 degrees Celsius; no pipe work has a chance. Aljoshas mother puts the ice in the pot and cooks some tea for her son.

    Like every day, Aljosha must get ready to go to school. Like the majority of the other students, Sascha wears for the most part his traditional dress. The clothing prescribes to the onion-peel principle in order to protect the students from the Artic temperatures. His mother Irina has heated up the living room to 20° degrees. So when Aljosha opens the front door it is 70° degrees colder – every day life in Oimjakon. As soon as the children open the dormitory’s double doors, the icy cold brutally grabs hold of them. Within less than one second their nostrils become frozen.

    Unlike the students in other parts of the world, the children from Oymyakon are seldom playful but instead very concentrated on their way to school. With quick steps, they travel in groups, attempting to put the 2 kilometer route behind them as quickly as possible. There are no signs of snow ball fights. The don’t spend a second of time watching the cows, which are kept up to nine months of the year in their stalls, and are now coincidentally being lead out of the barn for a drink. Even though the cows are wearing some sort of special “bras” which protect their udders from freezing.

    Once in school building, Aljosha and the other students remove many of their layers of clothing, and get going with the school lessons. For the majority of them, a welcome diversion from the coldest inhabited town on the earth.

  • From east to west along the northern American border - 8,000 miles to Alaska

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    What is America? Just a huge, spacious and naturally wild country - or is it still a project? And who are the Americans? A torn nation of people without roots and history - or more than all of this? What unites, what divides, what characterises and what changes them? How different are their daily lives, even now, in the icy cold, snowbound winter - depending on whether they live on Maine's remote outer islands, or in arctic Deadhorse, near the Great Lakes or in the prairies of the mid-West, in the Blackfoot reservation in the Rocky Mountains, or on board a yacht from Seattle?

    To discover America's characteristics and their transition - always with a view to the people and how they perceive home - ARD correspondent Klaus Scherer travels through his host country on a route hitherto neglected by previous reporters: along the north border.
    Thus, a program event is created, whose highly visual landscape and nature photographs, along with personal experiences, connect with those we meet, visit and accompany along the way - from the dwarf school on Monehegan Island, to the head gaffer of the Niagara Falls; from wolf and bear monitors in Idaho, to the ice fishers at the Arctic Circle.
    The extreme winter cold of the American north, which hampers both the travel and the work of the reporter and his team, is depicted emphatically.

  • New Zealand in 4K Ultra HD

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    Enjoy the ultimate scenic beauty of New Zealand ...

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    South Island: on the road from Christchurch to lake Tekapo (0:01), Lake Tekapo (0:25), Lake Pukaki (0:39), Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (0:48), Lake Pukaki (2:18), Clay Cliffs (2:58), Lake Dunstan (3:29), Kawarau River & Gorge (3:35), Queenstown - views from Queenstown Hill walk (3:45), Lake Wakatipu - view from the Queenstown-Glenorchy road (4:29), Milford Sound & Fiordland (4:43), Doubtful Sound (6:18 with crossing Lake Manapouri at the beginning), Fox & Franz Josef Glaciers (8:14), Lake Matheson (9:20), Laka Wanaka (9:52), Lake Hawea (10:04), Haast River (10:21), Fantail Falls (10:32), Thunder Creek Falls (10:48), Haast River & Roaring Billy Falls (11:03), Ship Creek (11:23), Knights Point Lookout (11:52), Bruce Bay (12:01), Motukiekie Beach (12:16), Punakaiki Pancake Rocks (12:31), Abel Tasman National Park (13:28). North Island: Rotorua Geothermal Area(15:25), Tongariro Alpine Crossing (16:48), Lake Taupo (18:05).

    Recorded February 2019 in 4K Ultra HD with Sony AX700 and DJI Osmo Pocket.

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  • Beaver Lodge Construction Squad | Attenborough | BBC Earth

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    The American beaver's ability to nibble wood demonstrates the stunning adaptability of these amazing mammals. In addition to creating their own lake, this family of beavers construct a make-shift fridge and winter-time snug. Subscribe:

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  • Inside The Tanks

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    Unique in its approach, Inside The Tanks is a documentary that aims to enrich the discussion surrounding marine mammal captivity. Join Presenter and Producer, Jonny Meah, as he blasts the debate wide open, giving BOTH sides of the discussion a chance to have their say. The documentary includes in depth interviews from The Born Free Foundation; Marine Biologist, Ingrid Visser; Ex-Supervisor and ex-trainer, John Hargrove; and in a world exclusive on the topic, an interview with The Zoological Director of Marineland Antibes, Jon Kershaw.

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    The Akha in Laos live almost untouched by modern civilization. They still adhere to their archaic customs. But they are on the verge of upheaval.

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  • Taiga - Biomes#7

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    A sea of the darkest green, stretching unbroken from coast to coast. The continental north is dominated by this, the last great wilderness of earth. Only six tree families vie for contention here, making it among the least biodiverse of all biomes. And yet its global significance is underpinned by a third of all tree numbers, including two thirds of all conifers globally, being found here. A fifth of the biomass of the entire planet, the boreal forest is gigantic, seemingly endless, and forbidding. Pray that you have warm clothing and a knowledgeable guide. For you have stepped into the taiga.

    The boreal forest, or taiga, dominates the northern halves of the two northern continents – North America and Eurasia. Consisting almost exclusively of coniferous forest, it one of only two biomes so dominated by a single class of plant species – the other being grasslands. In fact the taiga is dominated by only four species families – pine, spruce, fir and larch, with some areas also featuring broadleaf aspen and birch. And so biodiversity is among the lowest of any biome.

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  • The Lüneburg Heath: Germanys Manmade Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    Forests and fields, moors and heathland, shepherds and sheep - these are the symbols of an ostensibly unspoilt landscape that has inspired poets and painters alike for centuries.
    The secret of the almost 500 km² nature reserve Naturpark Südheide lies in its diversity: the origins of its soil, geology and topography can be traced back to the ice age. But the region between Hamburg and Hannover is anything but unspoilt.
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    Our congratulations on the first day of winter! Winter is the only time of the year when everyone can penetrate a fairy tale. On the first day of winter we want to share with you 4K aerial video filled with incredible Canadian winter landscapes. Majestic snow-covered mountains and woods, endless blue lakes and twisting frozen rivers - all of these represent the great power of Canadian nature! Take in the idyllic rural landscapes of Kinney Lake (05:11), Mt. Robson Provincial (40:11), Rearguard Falls (56:58), Wildhorse lake (01:05:21), Yellowhead area (01:18:08), Yellowhead lake (01:18:08), Moose river waterfall (01:50:33), Tete Laune Cache (02:23:13), Mt. Robson (02:35:07), Cline river (02:41:20), Columbia Wildlife Area (02:41:20). Canada are especially beautiful from above! Just relax and soak in the beauty of fabulous winter wide-open spaces.

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  • THE WILD NORTH: MUSKOX & ARCTIC FOX || Norway Nature Documentary

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    DOVREFJELL is a place where you can find real inhabitants of THE WILD NORTH like the mighty MUSKOX or the cunning ARCTIC FOX. In this short documentary you can join a wildlife photographer into the mountains to see the beauty of Norway 's Wildlife. The days are warm, which forces Reindeer and Muskoxen to rest on the snow or in the rare shade of a midday in the mountains. When the shadows move, so do the reindeer with long leaps of their legs. The Muskox has lived on Dovrefjell in acient times and has only recently made his return by reintroduction from Greenland, twice. The story of the Arctic Fox is another one, but also of extinction and rehabilitation. Exterminated in the nineties, the fox has been broad back through breeding in sanctuaries and slowly reestablished in the wild of these mountains. May time show if the precious ecosystem that has found its place here, survives the threats of the years to come.
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  • Life Is Good : Sustainable Living

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    Life Is Good : Sustainable Living (National Geographic Documentary)

    Sustainable living is a lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual's or society's use of the Earth's natural resources and personal resources. Practitioners of sustainable living often attempt to reduce their carbon footprint by altering methods of transportation, energy consumption, and diet. Proponents of sustainable living aim to conduct their lives in ways that are consistent with sustainability, in natural balance and respectful of humanity's symbiotic relationship with the Earth's natural ecology and cycles. The practice and general philosophy of ecological living is highly interrelated with the overall principles of sustainable development.

    Lester R. Brown, a prominent environmentalist and founder of the Worldwatch Institute and Earth Policy Institute, describes sustainable living in the twenty-first century as shifting to a renewable energy–based, reuse/recycle economy with a diversified transport system. In addition to this philosophy, practical eco-village builders like Living Villages maintain that the shift to renewable technologies will only be successful if the resultant built environment is attractive to a local culture and can be maintained and adapted as necessary over the generations.

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  • Sustainable Living - Off-Grid in Romania

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    How to live sustainably? A short documentary about Alex, who lives off-grid in a cob house in Romania. Here is what happened when I decided to live in wild.

    This was an adventure I will never forget. Did you know what living off-grid meant before this video? And would you live in the nature like that? Do you have any other sustainability tips you'd like to share?

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  • Alone at Dick Proennekes Log Cabin in the Wilderness | Silence and Solitude in Alaska

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    Shawn James visits Dick Proenneke's off grid log cabin at Twin Lakes in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska and spends two nights alone camping on the gravel beach of upper Twin Lake. Bears, moose and Dall sheep abound and he catches and cooks fish on an open fire, including arctic grayling and arctic char, catching and releasing sockeye salmon as well.
    Hiking in the mountains of the Alaskan range, he views incredible vistas from the mountain tops and watches as clouds race through the valley, with ever changing weather - rain, sun, wind...
    See the inside of Proenneke's log cabin as well as three others, which will be showcased in more detail in the follow up video.

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  • Fearless attack lemming - Worlds Weirdest Events: Episode 2 - BBC Two

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  • Homesteading

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    Blends interviews with historians, the stories told by descendents of homesteaders, and dramatic readings from pioneer diaries & letters to paint a picture of the people who struggled with daily life enduring hardships & successes they celebrated.

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  • Norways Salmon Farming Crisis | The Fish on My Plate | FRONTLINE

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    In Alaska's Vasso river, there are more escaped farmed fish than there are wild salmon -- and they're carrying sea lice.

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  • The Problem with Farmed Salmon | Global 3000

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    Aquaculture-grown fish and seafood is becoming increasingly common. Worldwide, more fish than cattle are farmed. But the booming fish industry is causing environmental problems. Medications, pesticides and parasites are escaping from open-water farms and contaminating the ecosystem.

    Scientists and environmental activists are sounding the alarm for the unique, UNESCO-protected ecosystem of Vancouver Island, which contains one of the world largest concentrations of wild salmon.

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  • Reindeer Migration | Europe’s New Wild | National Geographic Wild UK

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    Sami reindeer herders and modern conservationists are teaming up in a bid to save one of Europe's wildest frontiers as they migrate from Ekträsk, Sweden to high up in the Scandinavian Mountains.

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