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  • DANUBE EUROPES AMAZON FOREST - NAT GEO WILD HD

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  • Danube Delta Romania in 4k | Little Big World | Time lapse, tilt shift & aerial travel video

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    The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe. The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania. This area was by far my favorite on my Romania trip. It is an amazing eco system with incredible wildlife and it's amazingly beautiful. This film was shot in Tulcea and around Sfantu Gheorge.

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  • Danube Delta - Romania // Almost the largest river delta in Europe???

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    The Danube Delta (Romanian: Delta Dunării pronounced [ˈdelta ˈdunərij] is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent.The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania (Tulcea County), while its northern part, on the left bank of the Chilia arm, is situated in Ukraine (Odessa Oblast). Its approximate surface area is 4,152 km2 (1,603 sq mi), of which 3,446 km2 (1,331 sq mi) is in Romania. With the lagoons of Razim–Sinoe (1,015 km2 (392 sq mi) with 865 km2 (334 sq mi) water surface), located south of the main delta, the total area of the Danube Delta is 5,165 km2 (1,994 sq mi). The Razim–Sinoe lagoon complex is geologically and ecologically related to the delta proper and the combined territory is listed as a World Heritage Site.
    The modern Danube Delta began to form after 4000 BCE in a bay of the Black Sea, when the sea rose to its present level. A sandy barrier blocked the Danube bay where the river initially built its delta. Upon filling the bay with sediment, the delta advanced outside this barrier-blocked estuary after 3500 BCE, building several successive lobes:[3] the St. George I (3500–1600 BCE), the Sulina (1600–0 BCE), the St. George II (0 BC–present) and the Chilia or Kilia (1600 CE–present). Several other internal lobes were constructed in the lakes and lagoons bordering the Danube Delta to the north (Chilia I and II) and toward the south (Dunavatz).[4] Much of the alluvium in the delta and major expansion of its surface area in the form of lobes resulted from soil erosion associated with the clearing of forests in the Danube basin during the 1st and 2nd millennium.Geologist Liviu Giosan told The New York Times.

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  • World Theme Travel Romaina, the Treasure of East Europe Part 3.Amazon of Europe, the Danube Delta

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    Romaina, the Treasure of East Europe Part 3.Amazon of Europe, the Danube Delta (2014.01.21)

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  • Danube Delta 2017 Raw Footage, Romania

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    The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent.
    The Danube Delta is comprised of an intricate network of waterways and lakes divided between the three main estuary channels of the Danube.

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  • Danube Delta - White pelicans feeding / Aerial

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    White pelicans
    Visual impressions from the Danube delta
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    The Danube Delta is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent

    Danube Delta. The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe's deltas. The Danube delta hosts over 300 species of birds as well as 45 freshwater fish species in its numerous lakes and marshes

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  • Danube | Wikipedia audio article

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    This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
    Danube

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    SUMMARY
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    The Danube ( DAN-yoob), known by various names in other languages, is Europe's second longest river, after the Volga. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe.
    The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries, more than any other river in the world. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast for 2,850 km (1,770 mi), passing through or touching the border of Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before draining into the Black Sea. Its drainage basin extends into nine more countries. The Danube river basin is home to fish species such as pike, zander, huchen, wels catfish, burbot and tench. It is also home to a large diversity of carp and sturgeon, as well as salmon and trout. A few species of euryhaline fish, such as European seabass, mullet, and eel, inhabit the Danube delta and the lower portion of the river.

  • Danube | Wikipedia audio article

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    This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:



    00:01:28 1 Names and etymology
    00:04:50 2 Geography
    00:06:06 2.1 Drainage basin
    00:06:30 2.2 Tributaries
    00:06:57 2.3 Cities and towns
    00:11:23 2.4 Islands
    00:12:24 2.5 Sectioning
    00:13:22 3 Modern navigation
    00:15:54 4 Piracy
    00:16:44 5 Danube Delta
    00:18:36 6 International cooperation
    00:18:47 6.1 Ecology and environment
    00:19:46 6.2 Navigation
    00:20:44 7 Geology
    00:23:15 8 History
    00:25:12 8.1 Ancient cultural perspectives of the lower Danube
    00:26:23 8.2 Ottoman–Hungarian and Ottoman–Habsburg rivalry along the Danube
    00:27:42 9 Economics
    00:27:51 9.1 Drinking water
    00:28:47 9.2 Navigation and transport
    00:31:07 9.3 Fishing
    00:32:06 9.4 Tourism
    00:33:39 9.4.1 Danube Bike Trail
    00:34:30 9.4.2 Sultans Trail
    00:35:03 9.4.3 Donausteig
    00:35:36 9.4.4 The Route of Emperors and Kings
    00:38:08 10 Important national parks
    00:39:42 11 Cultural significance
    00:43:51 12 See also



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    SUMMARY
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    The Danube ( DAN-yoob), known by various names in other languages (in German: Donau), is Europe's second longest river, after the Volga. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe.
    The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries, more than any other river in the world. Originating in Germany, the Danube flows southeast for 2,850 km (1,770 mi), passing through or bordering Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine before draining into the Black Sea. Its drainage basin extends into nine more countries.
    The Danube river basin is home to fish species such as pike, zander, huchen, Wels catfish, burbot and tench. It is also home to a large diversity of carp and sturgeon, as well as salmon and trout. A few species of euryhaline fish, such as European seabass, mullet, and eel, inhabit the Danube Delta and the lower portion of the river.
    Since ancient times, the Danube has become a traditional trade route in Europe, nowadays 2,415 km (1,501 mi) of its total length being navigable. The river is also an important source of energy and drinking water.

  • Danube Delta - Romania

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    *** The DUNA DELTA is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent.
    Most of DELTA DANUBE is located in ROMANIA (Tulcea county), with a small part in UKRAINE (Odessa region) ***

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  • Danube Delta

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  • Europes Amazon | The Danube Delta

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    Incredible numbers of species have found sanctuary in this wild paradise. The Danube Delta is Europe’s unrivalled wetland.

    ‘Europe’s Amazon’ takes us through the vast network of wetland and channels in this 580,000-hectare delta. Over 200 thousand hectares of reed beds take root in these wetlands. The delta harbors the largest number of fish species anywhere in Europe and massive amounts of waterbirds of all kinds find their home here.

    Beavers are making their return into the area and also white-tailed eagles show a remarkable comeback. And with plenty of food and shelter, the opportunistic golden jackal is thriving here.

    Rewilding Europe is creating space for natural processes like forest regeneration, free flowing rivers, herbivory and carnivory to impact ecosystems. Across the continent, the interaction of these processes leads to constantly evolving landscapes rather than fixed habitats. A forest today can be a grassland in a few years, and vice versa. Understanding this dynamic – the ever-changing habitats in space and time – is the key to preserving Europe’s rich biodiversity.

    Enabling natural processes
    Rewilding Europe aims to create enabling conditions for wilder nature across Europe and has started this process at selected priority areas and pilot sites.

    Within our now eight rewilding areas we promote natural processes through various kinds of agreements with landowners, local park and reserve authorities, area manages and concession holders. We have established dozens such rewilding agreements: these include those in Swedish Lapland relating to river restoration and in Velebit Mountains to wildlife watching, in the Rhodope Mountains relating to restoring prey populations, and in a range of countries relating to natural grazing. Other agreement-related activities include work on wildlife corridors between national parks in the Central Apennines, based on agreements with so-called Bear Smart Communities. The total area of land under such rewilding agreements is now over 50,000 hectares.

    Natural grazing
    Natural grazing is an important ecological process which we now support in 21 different pilot areas across nine countries. These natural grazing pilots cover 15, 500 hectares, with the largest located in the Velebit Mountains (Lika Plains), Western Iberia (Faia Brava) and Danube Delta.

    As a natural progression of their reintroduction, the free-roaming horses and bison in the Rhodope Mountains (several sites) and the bison herd in the Southern Carpathians (Romania) have already expanded their home range by thousands of hectares.

    Rewilding forests
    The rewilding of forests is becoming increasingly important in our work, with the first pilot sites now becoming operational.

    In the Oder Delta, a section of the Olszanka alluvial forest has been protected, while in the Velebit Mountains work is underway to save 270 hectares of beautiful old growth forest in the Ramino Korito area. Our rewilding work in the Greater Côa Valley in Portugal focuses on restoring the high conservation value of Mediterranean forests and changing practices through transforming forestry plantations to wilder forest.

    Wetland restoration
    Wetlands are some of the planet’s most productive ecosystems. They not only support immense biodiversity, but they also provide an optimum natural environment for the sequestration and long-term storage of carbon dioxide.

    Rewilding of wetlands can help mitigate our climate impact by turning them back from carbon sources into carbon sinks. In the Danube Delta, our local team works to significantly improve the natural functioning of delta habitat, using rewilding principles on a landscape scale. Revitalized natural processes, particularly flooding and natural grazing, help to recover a healthy ecosystem that can provide people and nature with its myriad of benefits.

    Functional landscapes
    Natural processes play a vital role in shaping landscapes and ecosystems. Such natural processes include flooding, weather conditions, natural calamities, natural grazing, predation and scavenging. Natural processes lead to what we call “functional ecological landscapes”.

    Tackling emergencies
    Restoration of nature, based on rewilding principles, is one of the best ways of tackling our current climate and biodiversity emergencies. Rewilding ecosystems across Europe not only benefits wild nature, but it also enhances the wide range of benefits that such nature gives all Europeans – from clean air and water, carbon sequestration and fertile soil, right through to flood protection, climate change resilience and enhanced health and wellbeing.

    Yet, only 2% of all climate-related funding globally is put into the recovery of nature, while an estimated 37 of global emissions can be mitigated through such measures.

  • 10 dams removed in the Danube Delta in Ukraine

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    The Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta rewilding area has just become a little wilder, with 10 dams removed on the Kogilnik, Kagach and Sarata Rivers. The dams were all located within the territory of the Danube Biosphere Reserve (DBR).

    Removing the dams should rapidly revitalise the rivers, restoring natural processes, supporting the comeback of wild nature, and underpinning the development of local nature-based economies.

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    Video by Alexander Kurakin, some footage was provided by Maxim Yakovlev.

  • The Masterbuilders

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  • The Missing Monsoon

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  • Fishing Community Danube Delta, 1970s - Film 36193

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    Life in a fishing community in the Danube Delta, Ukraine or Romania. Possibly Lipovans from Russia.

    Fisherman in marshland, poling a canoe through thick reeds. He reaches a clearing in the reeds and drops his fishing nets over the side. A man rows a small boat through a swampy area with large trees in the water. He passes a house built on a very low island in the lake. The fence surrounding the house is in the water and fishing nets hang from the trees around the house. A small fishing community.
    A man makes a reed fence. Men and women talking to each other in close up. Young boys swim in the lake. A young girl holds a water bird. Children row in a boat to school. Boats are punted through the water laden with cut reeds or straw. They struggle to navigate through the dense reeds. House receives a thatched reed roof. Making reed fencing. Mud and reed render repairs to house walls. Village life, more boats rowed across the water. A cemetery comes into view. It has tall crosses. Mother washes dishes in the lake while her infant sits on the bank outside their waterfront home. Man rows towards an Orthodox church with distinctive onion shaped domes. Inside the church the priest burns incense and people pray and chant, crossing themselves repeatedly and very quickly. Older women in head scarves cross themselves in the cemetery - perhaps a funeral. Fishing.
    A man walks through a reed bed, feeding pigs. A butchered has its skin burnt while a woman brushes it to remove the hair. Man fillets fish outside a house. Woman cooks in a large pot over an open fire. Repairs to fishing nets. Rowing boat out on the lake to retrieve fishing nets. The catch is dropped into the bottom of the boat. Woman makes bread dough and bakes it in a clay oven. Interior view of one of the houses with a small table and chairs. Man reads at the table and mother puts children into bed. Further views of boats on the water. The film ends with sunset views over the marshes.

  • Reed Harvest

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    Danube Delta, Romania



    REED HARVEST



    Commentary in Romanian. Aerial shots from helicopter flying over the frozen Danube Delta area. Various shots of combine reed harvesters at work in the delta area. They cut a bunch reeds for the workers to load.



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  • Rewilding in the Danube Delta - promo video

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    Where the mighty Danube river meets the Black Sea, it has created a massive deltaland, Europe’s largest wetland area. It is still surprisingly wild and relatively undestroyed.

    The area has unprecedented potential for wetland restoration and rewilding, in particular the former polders and lakes can be reflooded and reconnected with the Danube river dynamics, the animals that lived here long time ago, can come back to the delta, wetlands and steppes can be restored. Rewilding team works hard to make the region healthy and great again!

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  • The Danube Delta 2015

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    This video is the result of 3 days spent with amazing friends discovering The Danube Delta and surroundings. Video was shot with GoPro Hero 3+ Black and Canon 7D.

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  • Caviar Fishermen Aka Rumania

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    River Danube, Rumania.



    M/S from the front of a boat as it sails through the river Danube which is covered with lily pads. M/S of the lilies. Various shots of the reeds as the boat sails through it. M/S of the man in the boat, he pulls up a fishing net from the water and shakes the catch into the boat. M/S of the fish, M/S as the man puts the net back underwater. M/S of a herd of goats driven up a dusty track, the river is in the background, L/S of the river and track in front of it. M/S of a man sat sharpening a fishing hook, lots more hooks are hung up around him, another man walks up and takes some. Various shots as he sharpens the hook and puts it with some others. M/S of some men rowing in a fishing boat. M/S of a man steering a motor boat, L/S two shots of a fleet of small fishing boats being towed. M/S as the boats full of people unhook themselves from the motor boat and sail off, various shots of the boat on the river coming into dock.



    M/S of men hauling a Sturgeon onto the dock, C/U of the Sturgeon's head. M/S as they slit it down the middle to get to the caviar, M/S as another one is hauled up. M/S of a man stood at a table using a spatula to put the caviar in a little box. C/U of the spatula patting the caviar down, he puts it on the table. M/S as he puts the lid on the box and places it with some others. M/S of a man carrying a pile of boxes over to an aeroplane at Bucharest airport, the pilot is with him. M/S as they climb the steps to the aeroplane. L/S of the aeroplane, several people are stood around watching.



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  • Danubes Delta

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    The mighty Danube River flows 1,788 miles from its springs in Germany's Black Forest to the Black Sea. Just before reaching the sea it forms the second largest and best preserved of Europe's deltas: 2,200 square miles of rivers, canals, marshes, tree-fringed lakes and reed islands. The Danube Delta is a wildlife enthusiast's (especially a bird watcher's) paradise.

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  • Jet Set Wildlife

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  • Danube Delta // Mavic Air

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  • The Danube Delta - September 2017

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    The Danube Delta (Romanian: Delta Dunării pronounced ) is the second largest river delta in Europe, after the Volga Delta, and is the best preserved on the continent.The greater part of the Danube Delta lies in Romania (Tulcea County), while its northern part, on the left bank of the Chilia arm, is situated in Ukraine (Odessa Oblast). Its approximate surface area is 4,152 km2 (1,603 sq mi), of which 3,446 km2 (1,331 sq mi) is in Romania.

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  • Danube Delta Cruise by Carpatia Tour

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    Hotelul plutitor St Constantin creat special pentru excursii în Delta Dunarii, este o ambarcatiune de dimensiuni medii ( in prezent cu cea mai mare capacitate din zona) pentru croaziera care se deplaseaza tractata de un vas remorcher.
    Hotelul plutitor ancoreaza în anumite puncte interesante din Delta pentru a le permite turistilor sa admire în voie peisajul si pasarile, fie stând comod în sezlonguri pe puntea principala, fie facând mici excursii cu salupa sau cu barcile cu motor pe canalele si lacurile din împrejurimi.
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  • Romania Danubes Delta

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    The Danube Delta falls within the Pannonian steppe ecosystem of eastern Europe, with Mediterranean influences. As a young region in the full process of consolidation, the Danube Delta represents a very favourable place for the development of highly diverse flora and fauna, unique[clarification needed] in Europe, with numerous rare species. It hosts 23 natural ecosystems, but due to the extent of wetlands an aquatic environment is prevalent; a terrestrial environment is also present on the higher grounds of the continental levees, where xerophile ecosystems have developed. Between the aquatic and terrestrial environments is interposed a swampy, easily flooded strip of original flora and fauna, with means of adaptation to water or land, depending on the season or hydrological regime. At the contact between freshwater and seawater, some special physical, chemical and biological processes take place, which has led biologists to consider this area as a very different ecosystem called before delta. Misura Gulf, north of Sulina, and Saint George Gulf are considered the most representative of this type of ecosystem.
    Situated on major migratory routes, and providing adequate conditions for nesting and hatching, the Danube Delta is a magnet for birds from six major ecoregions of the world, including the Mongolian, Arctic and Siberian. There are over 320 species of birds found in the delta during summer, of which 166 are hatching species and 159 are migratory. Over one million individual birds (swans, wild ducks, coots, etc.) winter here.
    The ecosystem of running water comprises the arms of the Danube, and a series of its more important streamlets and channels. It is an environment rich in plankton, worms, molluscs, grubs, and sponges, with numerous species of fish, such as the carp, pike, pike perch, sheat-fish, and freshwater sturgeons (sterlet, Vyza and Danube mackerel).
    The ecosystem of stagnant water: This environment includes the lakes, and various ponds, streamlets and channels. It is characterized by a rich floating and submerses flora (Myriophyllum, Ceratophyllum, Vallisneria etc., under the water; Nymphaea alba, Nuphar lutea, Trapa natans, Alisma Plantago etc., floating plants with roots near the lakes' borders; and Salvinia natans, Stratiotes aloides, Spirogyra etc., floating plants without roots, having negative effect for aquatic bio productivity). Of the fish, the most important are Tench (Tinca tinca), common bream (Abramis brama), common rudd (Sardinius erythropthalmus), Prussian carp (Carassius auratus gibelio), wels catfish (Silurus glanis), European perch (Perca fluviatilis), and northern pike (Esox lucius).
    Recorded history notes that the Dacians lived in the Danube Delta before it was conquered by the Romans. After later invasion by the Goths, the region changed hands many times. During the 15th century, the Danube Delta became part of the Ottoman Empire. In 1812, following the Russo-Turkish War, the borders of the Ottoman and Russian Empires were set by the Kilia and Old Stambul Channels of the Danube, and in 1829 by the St George Channel. The Treaty of Paris of 1856, which ended the Crimean War, assigned the Danube Delta to the Ottoman Empire and established an international commission which undertook a series of works to help navigation. In 1878, following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire by Russia and Romania, the border between the two countries was set by the Kilia and Old Stambul Channels.
    Territorial losses of Romania in the Danube delta since 1948
    In 1991, the Romanian part of the Danube Delta became part of UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. Around 2,733 km2 of the delta are strictly protected areas.

    In 1998, under UNESCO's Programme on Man and the Biosphere, the 6,264.03 km2 of the Danube Delta were established as a biosphere reserve, shared by Romania and Ukraine.

    Historically, in Romania, part of the Danube Delta was marked as a reserve in 1938.

    In Ukraine, the Danube branch of the Black Sea State Reserve was established in 1973. In 1981, it was reorganized into the Natural Reserve Danube Fluxes, and in 1998, it was extended into the Danube biosphere reserve.

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  • FUFU i love you !

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    FUFU from Danube Delta /Romania

  • Matița Island in the Danube Delta

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    Exclusively in our portfolio, Matița Island in the Danube Delta is probably the only island for sale in Romania at this moment.
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  • Danube delta 2ème épisode Navigation au cœur des bras secondaires LC VIDEO

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    Nous naviguons au cœur d'une zone protégée où la faune et la flore abondent de surprises La zone est classée au patrimoine mondial de L'UNESCO, grâce à sa diversité

  • White fronted geese in the Danube Delta

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    Wintering White-fronted geese (Anser albifrons) in the Danube Delta - Romania - Shot in slo-mo with Canon R6

  • 6 Day Kayak Expedition | Danube Delta

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    6 days exploring wild places in Danube Delta. Great company, awesome places, unforgettable memories.
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  • Inside the Danube delta

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    Danube delta 6-June to 12-June-2014. From Crisan village to Mila23, and Letea forest, then Rosca Bohaiova and lakes around.

  • Delta Dunarii - Danube Delta - Frumusete la superlativ

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    Imagini surprinse in Delta Dunarii
    Zona Pardina
    Zona Dunavat
    Zona Mahmudia

  • ???????? Delta Dunarii | Danube Delta

    3:56

    Nature & Wild Beauty | Danube Delta #placesworthtraveling

    The mighty Danube River flows 1,788 miles from its springs in Germany's the Black Forest to the Black Sea. Just before reaching the sea it forms the second largest and best-preserved of Europe's deltas: 2,200 square miles of rivers, canals, marshes, tree-fringed lakes and reed islands. The Danube Delta is a wildlife enthusiast's (especially a bird watcher's) paradise. #travelguide

    Danube DeltaTravelers can spend three or more days exploring its passages, teaming with the highest concentration of bird colonies in all of Europe. The maze of canals bordered by thatch, willows, and oaks entangled in lianas, offers the perfect breeding ground for countless species of birds, some of them from as far away as China and Africa. Millions of Egyptian white pelicans arrive here every spring to raise their young, while equal numbers of Arctic geese come here to escape the harsh winters of Northern Europe. #fishingparadise

  • Pelicans in the Danube Delta

    1:22

    A group of White Pelicans apear in front our boat while exploring the Danube Delta near Mila 23 -

  • Wild Danube english Documentary National Geographic Wild Part 1

    14:22

    Passing through ten countries and four capital cities, the Danube is the world'smost international river and massively important to Europe's wildlife.
    Exploring its secrets in stunning and intimate detail, Wild Danube is a two-part series which follows the river as it flows from source to sea

  • Wildscreen 1984 Outstanding Achievement Award - Heinz Sielmann

    3:04

    Winner of the Outstanding Achievement Award - Heinz Seilmann

  • Delta Dunarii 22 ianuarie 2017 | Danube Delta , Romania

    3:34

    22-01-2017

  • Danube Delta

    2:31

    From Tulcea to Sfantu Gheorghe in the wild wild Danube Delta.

    Including my first attempt at animation!!!

  • Le Delta du Danube

    4:48

  • Danube Delta

    10:08

    The Danube River is the most international river on the planet - its course runs across — or forms a part of the borders of several countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and four capitals: Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest and Belgrade.
    » Formed over a period of more than 10,000 years, the Danube Delta continues to grow due to the 67 million tons of alluvia deposited every year by the Danube River.
    » The Delta is formed around the three main channels of the Danube, named after their respective ports: Chilia (in the north), Sulina (in the middle), and Sfantu Gheorghe (in the south).
    » The Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve has the third largest biodiversity in the world (over 5,500 flora and fauna species), exceeded only by the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the Galapagos Archipelago in Ecuador.
    » The Danube Delta is home to over 60% of the world's population of pygmy cormorants (phalacrocorax pygmeus), 50% of red-breasted geese (branta ruficollis) and the largest number of white pelicans (pelecanus onocrotalus) and Dalmatian pelicans (pelecanus crispus) in Europe.
    » It also is home to the world's largest reed bed expanse – 625, 000 acres / 240,000 ha.
    » Some 15,000 people inhabit the Delta area, living in 28 villages and one city (Sulina).
    » The area was first attested by Herodot of Halicarnas (484 – 425 B.C.).
    » More than half of the Delta Biosphere Reserve is virtually intact.

    The pictures was taken in august of 2016 in region of Crisan, Sulina channel.

    Camera: Nikon D5300
    Lens: Sigma 17-50 mm, f/2.8 EX DC OS HSM,
    Tamron SP 70-300 mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD
    Processed in: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

    Special thanks for Szilágyi Mihály (Székelyudvarhely) and for the Farkas family (Székelyudvarhely and Crisan)

  • Reed Harvesting On The Danube Delta

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    Rumania.



    Several shots of the River Danube and its banks in Rumania. Various shots of a harvester at work gathering the last crop of reeds from the Danube Delta to be used for paper making.



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    Date found in the old record - 06/01/1969.
    FILM ID:3237.2

    A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES.

    FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT

    British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website.

  • Wildscreen 1984 Scientific Award - Secret Weapons

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    Winner of the Scientific Award - Secret Weapons by the BBC

  • Summer On The Danube - Rumania

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    Romania.



    Romanian commentary.



    Various shots of the River Danube as it winds its way through Rumania from sunrise to sunset. People sunbathe on the deck of a boat.



    (Lav.)
    FILM ID:3210.17

    A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES.

    FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT

    British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website.

  • Danube Delta

    45

    Danube Delta Romania unique in Europe.

  • The traditional life in danube delta 360

    12:34

    A short film recorded with insta 360 pro and sony a6500 , it is a hibrid film that tells the story of a poor fisherman who lives the most part of the year in complete wildness

  • Delta Dunarii de ici... de colo

    7:30

    Film realizat in 1984

  • DANUBE RALLY 1980

    12:03

    DANUBE RALLY 1980
    VIDEO BY TVR ( ROU )
    EDITED BY NEA ALECU ( ROU )

    IF YOU LIKE THE VIDEO PLS SHARE & LIKE TO HELP HIM GROW !

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