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    The Baltic Coast: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Wildlife Documentary

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    This documentary presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

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    The Baltics: Untouched Animal Paradise | Free Wildlife Documentary

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

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  • Croatias Secret Animal Paradise | Free Documentary

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    Every year in the middle of Croatia, like clockwork, nature repeats itself: after the annual snowmelt, a huge flood wave spills out of the Alps toward Zagreb and Belgrade. This leads to an increase in the River Sava's water levels of some ten meters. The contents of more than ten billion bathtubs floods an area the size of Lake Constance, often for months on end, yet the Croatian and Serbian capitals are spared a flood disaster. One of the reasons for this is the fact that the Sava is able to flow unhindered. The annual floods create a natural retention reservoir for flood control: bordering the Sava is a natural paradise, exceptional in Central Europe. In the species-rich, alluvial flood plains of the last major meadow landscape of the continent, enormous predatory fish like the catfish lie in wait for prey. Fish catch birds. Birds catch fish. Horses bath in the waters. A riotous paradise with an abundant and diverse animal life. A rare view that shows what natural floodplains mean, when nature takes precedence over profit.

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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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  • Idyllic Poland - From the Masuria to the beaches of the Baltic Sea

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    The world‘s best helicopter camera system - the Cineflex Camera - was used for this documentary and delivered fantastic images in HD quality, revealing the surprisingly diverse landscapes and fascinating towns of Poland from a bird‘s eye view of Poland‘s medieval towns, the modern silhouette of Warsaw, the untouched nature of the border regions between east and west, the coasts to the north and the mountain ranges of the south.

  • The Baltic coast

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    This episode presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

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  • The Baltic forest and moorland

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

  • Costa Rica: Animal Paradise of the World | Free Documentary Nature

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    Costa Rica is home to a vibrant, extremely rich animal and plant life. While the country has only about 0.03% of the world's landmass, it contains 5% of the world's biodiversity. 25% of Costa Rica is protected - in national parks and wildlife reserves, which amounts to the largest percentage of protected land in the world. Over the relatively short period of 32 years, Costa Rica has successfully managed to reduce deforestation from some of the world’s highest rates in the world to almost zero by 2005

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  • Switzerland - An alpine country

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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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  • Wild Germany: The Mecklenburg Lake Plateau | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wild Germany: The Mecklenburg Lake Plateau | Free Nature Documentary

    At 117 square kilometres(45 sq mi), the Müritz is the second largest lake in Germany (after Lake Constance) and the largest lake located entirely within German territory. But it is far from being the only one in the north east of the country.

    The Mecklenburg Lake District, between Waren and Feldberg, contains around 2000 lakes alone. Thanks to the Müritz National Park the species diversity is particularly high in the region: half of the German crane population breeds in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; the osprey is typical of the Müritz area, the lively Eurasian otter hunts here and the endangered red milan circles the skies above.

    Fred Bollmann, the former ranger and voluntary nature conservationist is actively involved in the preservation of ‘his’ wildlife world. Filming for this production took two years. The outcome is a unique portrait of this stunning region.

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  • The Baltic Forest: A Home for many Brown Bears

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    The wide, often untouched wilderness of the Baltic hinterland is home to many animals. More than 350 brown bears live in the primeval forests of Alutaguse. In the spring, the Soomaa National Park transforms into a huge lake. Europe's widest waterfall is located in Latvia. In the beginning of May, vimba bream follow the course of the River Venta. The hardly 50-centimetre-long fish have to overcome a 400-metre-long rock barrier in order to reach their spawning grounds.
    The Baltics are rich in superlatives: a fifth of the world's spotted eagle stocks breed here. One of the largest courtship arenas for snipes is located here in the floodplains of Latvia. More than 1000 wolves go on the hunt in Latvia's forests. Lithuania is the land of storks - with over 13.000 pairs, no other region in the Baltic States has more white storks.

  • From Ecuador to Galápagos

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    Ecuador is worth a journey for just more than one reason. For example there would be the history of the Inca wall Ingapirca or the shamanism which is still prevalent. But Hans and his team have also been anxious of course to see and to feel the traces of the former colonialists from Spain everywhere in the country.

    Ecuador lies on the middle of the earth, the equator. This fact is high-lighted with a huge globe, which is a main target for tourists. However, Ecuador is particularly interesting for nature-lovers. Large parts of the west of the country is covered with Amazon rainforest. For humans the jungle is inhospitable but for the animals it is an ideal place to live. The camera crew has taken some hardships to be able to observe some animals at close range.

    From the alligator to the boa and from the butterfly to the squirrel monkey, such cute animals as well as dangerous predators are represented in this documentary. Everything is to discover on narrow space in Ecuador, from a magic coastal landscape up to dangerous time bombs of mother nature, the volcanoes. Highlight of the film is the visit of the Galapagos islands far off shore the pacific coast. Charles Darwin observed the turtles and the Galápagos marine iguana here. But primarily he concentrated on the finches, however. They were of greatest importance for the proof of his theory of evolution.

  • Wild Journey - Chile: Country of Contrasts | Free Documentary Nature

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    Wild Journey - Chile: Country of Contrasts | Wildlife Documentary

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    A wild country. A long and narrow strip of life, where our team will share with you images never before seen of the more than 4500 kilometers of landscapes, valleys, forests and deserts of Chile.

    In this intimate and classic journey we are privileged witnesses of magical moments of nature, from a cougar mother playing tenderly with her cubs on the Patagonian steppes, to the short lived desert flowering where, thanks to this unique event, different creatures modify their habits, taking advantage of the opportunity that the flowers give them.
    We will also get up close with the Degu, a beautiful rodent with a brush tail. We will discover the intimacy of a Vampire bat cave, and we will see blue whales under the waters of our rolling seas.

    A small sample of the enormous natural beauty of this country where day after day life tries to find food, protection and reproduction.

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  • The Fascinating Wildlife of the Rhine Gorge | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Fascinating Wildlife of the Rhine Gorge | Free Nature Documentary

    A fantastic journey amidst picturesque Rhine landscapes during the course of the seasons, which will afford the viewer intimate insights into the species-rich flora and fauna and will certainly whet their appetites for their own personal discovery tours.

    No other German waterway has featured in literature, music and poetry as often as the Rhine. And no other region in Germany is as famous internationally as the Upper Middle Rhine Valley between Bingen, Rüdesheim and Koblenz. This spectacular river valley was recognised in 2002 as a cultivated landscape of enormous diversity and beauty by UNESCO and distinguished as a World Heritage site.

    The large number of castles, the steep slope viticulture, the legendary Lorelei and the small hamlets that cling to the narrow riverbank beneath the steep slopes, are all ingredients that go into making the Rhine one of Germany's most romantic areas. The extraordinary amounts of natural riches in the Middle Rhine Valley on the other hand, are virtually unknown. In the wildly romantic and steep cliffs on both sides of the Rhine, a fascinating, almost unparalleled biodiversity abounds, including absolute treasures rarely found anywhere else other than in the wild nature of the Lorelei Valley.

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  • The British Virgin Islands - Pearl of the Caribbean | Free Documentary Nature

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    Pearl of the Carribean: The British Virgin Islands | Free Documentary Nature

    The British Virgin Islands belong to the Lesser Antilles and are a dream for bon-vivants and the super-rich: Caribbean nonchalance, combined with British understatement. Moko Jumbies, mysterious spectre ejectors, dancing in the light of the fire. They are fantastic entities on stilts, more than four metres tall. The group only takes commands from Shevorn, a descendent of the slaves that the Dutch once abducted to the Virgin Islands.
    The slaves brought something new with them to the Caribbean: the belief in ghosts. The services of the Moko Jumbies are still sought after to this day. On uninhabited Salt Island, Alexandra Durante harvests salt from the lagoon. Back home on Tortola, the largest island in the archipelago, she boils and stirs bath essences and other homemade beauty products out of the gained sea salt. In the Callwood distillery in Sugar Cane Bay, Callum and Andrew heat up an old copper vat. A few hours later and a fine trickle flows out of a narrow pipe: rum!
    Another bay further on, Egbert Donovan plucks the strings of his ukulele: Soca music with a stomping rhythm and sparse lyrics. This is how Egbert unwinds after working on his lifetime project, the Molluscs Museum.

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  • Wildlife in Germanys lakes

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    At 117 square kilometres, the Müritz is the largest lake on German territory, but it’s far from the only one in the north east of the country.

    Even the Mecklenburg Lake District, between Waren and Feldberg, contains around 2000 lakes alone. Thanks to the Müritz National Park the species diversity is particularly high in the region: half of the German crane population breeds in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; the osprey is typical of the Müritz area; the lively Eurasian otter hunts here; and the endangered red milan circles the skies above.

    Fred Bollmann knows the national park like hardly any other. The former ranger and voluntary nature conservationist is actively involved in the preservation of ‘his’ wildlife world. Filming for this production took two years. The outcome is a unique portrait of this stunning region.

  • Earth - Our Precious & Endangered Home | Free Documentary Nature

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    Earth - Our Precious & Endangered Home | Nature Documentary

    The Canadian documentary filmmaker Rob Stewart wants to save our planet, to save us. Several times a week he dives with sharks that he finds more harmless as us humans. He travels throughout the country to present his underwater films, to prove why our oceans are worth fighting for. A change of scene; in Odisha, India, filmmaker Rita Banerji is busy shooting an impressive spectacle. Thousands of Olive Ridley turtles are making their way from the sea to lay their eggs on the beach. Just six weeks later and baby turtles the size of a human hand will inhabit the entire beach. Rita is ready and prepared with her equipment. But she is afraid that one day, India’s beaches will disappear and with them the turtles…
    On the other side of the planet, in Californian Carmel, eco-rebel Mark Shelley and his team have devoted themselves to the survival of sea otters. Her greatest moment arrives when female otter 501 jumps back into the wild. Will she be able to come to terms with her freedom in the Pacific, will she find food? A whole year long, the otter girl regularly swims by the bay - until one day, she brings a surprise with her.
    Passion for Planet accompanies three of the best animal filmmakers in the world whilst working. They are all driven by one gigantic force: the love of our planet.

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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.

  • Croatias beautiful landscapes - The Sava floodplains

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    Natural river landscapes have almost completely disappeared in Europe: The major rivers have almost all been transformed into channelled waterways. It is extremely rare to find a union comprising of a river, flooding area and cultivated land, as is the case with the huge Save floodplains of Croatia, where meadows and pastures of around 100.000 hectares have survived the destruction other European river valleys have faced. Here there is a landscape, in which mankind has always lived and secured a living, side by side with water. Flooding is a natural phenomenon in Lonjsko Polie, which determines life and provides a unique diversity of species.

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  • Lorelei - The fascinating biodiversity of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley

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    A fantastic journey amidst picturesque Rhine landscapes during the course of the seasons, which will afford the viewer intimate insights into the species-rich flora and fauna and will certainly whet their appetites for their own personal discovery tours.

    No other German waterway has featured in literature, music and poetry as often as the Rhine. And no other region in Germany is as famous internationally as the Upper Middle Rhine Valley between Bingen, Rüdesheim and Koblenz. This spectacular river valley was recognised in 2002 as a cultivated landscape of enormous diversity and beauty by UNESCO and distinguished as a World Heritage site.

    The large number of castles, the steep slope viticulture, the legendary Lorelei and the small hamlets that cling to the narrow riverbank beneath the steep slopes, are all ingredients that go into making the Rhine one of Germany's most romantic areas. The extraordinary amounts of natural riches in the Middle Rhine Valley on the other hand, are virtually unknown. In the wildly romantic and steep cliffs on both sides of the Rhine, a fascinating, almost unparalleled biodiversity abounds, including absolute treasures rarely found anywhere else other than in the wild nature of the Lorelei Valley.

  • The Iron Forest - The Secrets of Nature

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    The youngest of Austria’s national parks is also the country’s biggest continuous forest area. Ten million trees make the labyrinthine, fissured karst formations of the Reichraming and Sensen mountain ranges an endless green wilderness. But these mountain forests that were originally almost impenetrable lie in the midst of Austria’s iron industry. For more than a thousand years, it supplied the fuel for smelting iron from innumerable little mines in the region, especially from the Styrian Erzberg.

  • Baja The Other California - The Secrets of Nature

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    Baja California stretches 750 miles southwards from its famous neighbour, the State of California. On either side of this narrow strip of land lie the rich waters of the Pacific and the Sea of Cortez. The peninsula, for the most part, is desert. Stark but beautiful, its raw landscape, naked rocks and giant cactus contrast with the crystal blue waters of the sea that surrounds it. Isolated from other deserts Baja and the Sea of Cortez are home to weird plants and unique creatures that evolved here coping with this most extreme of places. This is a rare opportunity to see the Boojum, for example, that looks more like a 10 meter high upside down parsnip than a true plant, the blue-footed boobies that each year perform their comical courtship or Lizards that eat flies so salty they would kill them, had they not enlarged nostrils with salt glands.

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    Wild Faces of Switzerland. Water and Ice (Nature Documentary)

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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 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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  • Unexpected Beauty and Unequal Duels in Saguaro National Park

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    Saguaro National Park is an American national park in Pima County, southeastern Arizona. The 92,000-acre (37,000 ha) park consists of two separate areas—the Tucson Mountain District (TMD) about 10 miles west of the city of Tucson and the Rincon Mountain District (RMD) about 10 miles east of the city—that preserve Sonoran Desert landscapes, fauna, and flora, including the giant saguaro cactus.

    An inventory of medium and large mammals in the park confirmed the presence of 30 species in Saguaro National Park between 1999 and 2008. Of these, 21 were found in the Tucson Mountain District and 29 in the Rincon Mountain District. A partial list of the park's mammals includes cougars, coyotes, bobcats, white-tailed deer, mule deer, javelinas, gray foxes, black-tailed jackrabbits, desert cottontails, ring-tailed cats, white-nosed coatis, ground squirrels, and packrats. One endangered mammal, the lesser long-nosed bat, lives part of the year in the park and part of the year in Mexico.

    The wide range of habitats in the park supports a diverse population of birds including some, such as the vermilion flycatcher and the whiskered screech owl, uncommon elsewhere in the United States. Among the park's 107 bird species are great horned owls, cactus wrens, ravens, kestrels, turkey vultures, roadrunners, woodpeckers, hawks, quails, and hummingbirds, and one threatened species, the Mexican spotted owl.

    The park's 36 reptile species include desert tortoises, diamondback rattlesnakes (one of the more commonly seen snakes), coral snakes, Gila monsters, short-horned lizards, spiny lizards, and zebra-tailed lizards. Despite the aridity, three amphibian species inhabit the park: the canyon tree frog, the lowland leopard frog, and Couch's spadefoot, which lives in burrows, emerging to breed during summer rains. Forest fires, which create erosion-prone burned areas, have destroyed many of the leopard frog's breeding pools, which fill with sediment. The Arizona Game and Fish Department lists the lowland leopard frog as a species of special concern.

    Urban sprawl, air and water pollution, noise, light pollution, and a range of habitat restricted by human infrastructure put stress on the park's mammals and other animals, but the most serious immediate threat to them is roadkill. About 50,000 vertebrates a year die on the park's roads when they are hit by a vehicle. The Rincon Mountain District has few roads, but Picture Rocks Road, an east–west commuter highway crossing the Tucson Mountain District, is highly dangerous to wildlife. Attempts in 2002 to convert it to a hiking trail failed after the proposal met with stiff public resistance.

  • Patagonia: Coast of the killer whales

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    On the wild coast of Patagonia, the nature calendar describes the most diverse visiting times of fascinating animals, from the southern right whale and other large whales, via the sea lions and elephant seals up to the orcas and millions of penguins. The encounters with whales and their babies are spectacular.

    Hardly anywhere else on earth can one experience both the brutal and the delightful sides of nature so vividly and so close. The trip to the hot spots for animal watchers and researchers leads us inter alia to the Caleta Valdez. This is where, during the mating season, the southern elephant seals bring their babies into the world, mate and enjoy a little sunbathing on the beach.

  • Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Free Documentary Nature

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    Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Nature Documentary

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    Northern Woods is a homage and a cultural-historical consideration at the same time. The film portrays the German/Northern European forest and shows its development from primeval to intensively managed forest. It was once inhabited by wild animals such as wolves, bears, eagles, deer and musk ox. Its cultivation was carried out by Celts and Teutons. Today the forest is often a victim of environmental degradation and overexploitation.

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    Skagerrak - Europe's Unique Marine Animal Habitat | Free Nature Documentary

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    The strait that connects the North Sea with the Baltic, with depths of over 700 meters, is notorious for its dangerously strong currents. But currents also mean food and therefore nourishment for the large swarms of fish that inhabit the region. The sea grass meadows are comparable with those off the Californian coast.
    Harbour seals, grey seals and orcas hunt here, as do the rare black mouth cat shark and porpoises. Close by, catfish mate, which in itself is quite spectacular and never caught on film in this way before. Lion's mane jellyfish with nettle threads of up to 30 meters in length make their way through the open sea.
    Skagerrak's coastal regions are amongst the most beautiful and varied in Europe and boast one of the world's great bird paradises. Oystercatchers, sandwich and arctic terns are more plentiful here than anywhere else in Europe. The infinitely long dune landscape of the Skagerrak, is Denmark's answer to the skerries of the Swedish and Norwegian coasts.
    Large seal colonies can be found in the isolation of the small, picturesque islands and one can come face to face with the animals. In this rough, yet infinitely beautiful landscape, the many streams and rivers that open out into the Skagerrak, are quite remarkable. We accompany salmon in an equally beautiful river landscape and meet with ospreys and sea eagles and eventually come face to face with a brown bear mother and her little ones.

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  • The wonderful Wildlife of Sardinia

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    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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  • Secrets of the Flooded Forest - Danube National Park - The Secrets of Nature

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    After beginning in Vienna, the Danube riverbank forests extend to the gates of Bratislava, linking the two capitals like a green ribbon, forming a unique wildlife habitat in the heart of Europe. A few years ago a 36 kilometer section was turned into a national park that now protects the last undeveloped stretch of the Danube river and also the last riparian zone of its size in Central Europe.

  • Into the Forest: Amphibian Nature Documentary

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    Journey for 90 days into a mysterious European forest to encounter some lesser known animals that may surprise you, especially the amphibians and reptiles.
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    Bryan Maltais takes you into a forest of southwest Germany to meet its wildlife as they emerge in the last days of Winter, and flourish through the breeding season into Summer. Large mammals, insects, amphibians and reptiles are featured in this whimsical tale.

    The Fire Salamander and its plight with Bsal are featured. Bsal is a microscopic fungus that was accidentally imported into Europe and destroys the skin of many types of salamanders. The Fire Salamander is currently disappearing in parts of Europe due to the invasion by the non-native Bsal fungus. Watch this documentary to the end to learn about Bsal and how you can help prevent its spread.

  • Skagerrak: The hunting grounds of the Orcas

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    The strait that connects the North Sea with the Baltic, with depths of over 700 meters, is notorious for its dangerously strong currents. But currents also mean food and therefore nourishment for the large swarms of fish that inhabit the region. The sea grass meadows are comparable with those off the Californian coast.
    Harbour seals, grey seals and orcas hunt here, as do the rare black mouth cat shark and porpoises. Close by, catfish mate, which in itself is quite spectacular and never caught on film in this way before. Lion's mane jellyfish with nettle threads of up to 30 meters in length make their way through the open sea.
    Skagerrak's coastal regions are amongst the most beautiful and varied in Europe and boast one of the world's great bird paradises. Oystercatchers, sandwich and arctic terns are more plentiful here than anywhere else in Europe. The infinitely long dune landscape of the Skagerrak, is Denmark's answer to the skerries of the Swedish and Norwegian coasts.
    Large seal colonies can be found in the isolation of the small, picturesque islands and one can come face to face with the animals. In this rough, yet infinitely beautiful landscape, the many streams and rivers that open out into the Skagerrak, are quite remarkable. We accompany salmon in an equally beautiful river landscape and meet with ospreys and sea eagles and eventually come face to face with a brown bear mother and her little ones.

  • The epitome of pure wilderness: Sardinia

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    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.

  • Artifishal | The Fight to Save Wild Salmon

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    Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.

    Thanks for watching our film, and for your comments -- our primary goal with the film was to shine a spotlight on these issues, to spark dialogue and encourage changes in the way we think about river and fish conservation and fishery management. The common ground we all seem to share is a love of rivers and an interest in seeing wild fish return in greater abundance. Patagonia has been working to protect wild rivers and wild fish for over 40 years. We were founded by an avid fly fisherman – and we’re proud of all our connections to the fish world, which range from our fly fishing and salmon product lines, to the over $20 million in grants we’ve given to local groups working on these issues in communities around the world.

    To that end, whatever your point of view, we hope you visit Patagonia Action Works, to learn more about and support groups working to protect wild rivers and wild fish -

    Further, this is the 3rd film we’ve made about these issues. First was Damnation, which highlights the destructive effect of obsolete dams on healthy river ecosystems and habitat; and then, Blue Heart of Europe, which shares the shocking story of a tsunami of dam development in the Balkans region of Eastern Europe, and calls for a stop to the construction of 3,000 new hydropower dams and diversions. We couldn’t agree more that habitat destruction, dam building, mismanaged harvest, and pollution of our waterways are also incredibly important issues – check out these films to get a sense for some of our advocacy across the issues.
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  • National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary

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    National geographic - Strange Things In the Amazon Forest - BBC wildlife animal documentary
    The Amazon rainforest (Portuguese: Floresta Amazônica or Amazônia; Spanish: Selva Amazónica, Amazonía or usually Amazonia; French: Forêt amazonienne; Dutch: Amazoneregenwoud), also known in English as Amazonia or the Amazon Jungle, is a moist broadleaf forest that covers most of the Amazon basin of South America. This basin encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres (2,700,000 sq mi), of which 5,500,000 square kilometres (2,100,000 sq mi) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations. The majority of the forest is contained within Brazil, with 60% of the rainforest, followed by Peru with 13%, Colombia with 10%, and with minor amounts in Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. States or departments in four nations contain Amazonas in their names. The Amazon represents over half of the planet's remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract of tropical rainforest in the world, with an estimated 390 billion individual trees divided into 16,000 species.

  • Amazing nature: Natural swimmer

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    It's a water world and life couldn't survive without it. And thanks to it, a mind blowing diversity of creatures thrive beneath the surface. Born to enjoy the riches underwater they must master their body's adaptations, learn to find food, to escape danger and above all become expert swimmers! Whether it's in rivers, on beaches or in the deep ocean, all must overcome the obstacles and fulfil their destiny, all are born to swim!
    Of all the habitats on earth, the ocean is perhaps the most challenging. Here salt, temperatures, currents and predators can make life difficult; it's not an obvious place to want to bring up your babies… But even in these waters generation after generation beats the odds. They have overcome the challenges and become some of the most beautiful and graceful of creatures. But any baby born to swim has a lot to learn…
    All over the world there are creatures born to swim, and though humans are not, we seem determined to join them. Perhaps we are envious of their grace. Maybe we are all water babies at heart.

  • Mangroves - Coastal forests threatened by the shrimp industry

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    In the brackish water of the tropical and sub-tropical coasts, where sea and fresh water meet, a dense entanglement of roots forms a unique habitat: The mangroves. The bizarre, intertidal forests provide effective protection against erosion and flood waves, a habitat for countless animal species as well as guaranteeing the livelihoods of the coastal regions inhabitants.

    These unique biotopes can also be found along Brazil's coastline - for the time being. Today, they are more endangered than ever: Globally, half of the mangrove forests have been destroyed, due to urban development, hotel complexes and most of all because of the expanding shrimps industry. This film depicts life in the Brazilian mangroves, how the inhabitants live from and in the mangroves and also documents the destruction. We accompany scientists from the Bremen Centre for Marine Tropics Ecology, in addition to those already conducting ecosystem research and seeking possibilities to protect the region.

  • World’s Longest Subsea Pipeline | Megastructures | Free Documentary

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    Megastructures - World’s Longest Subsea Pipeline | Engineering Documentary

    Megastructures - The World’s Most Extreme Railway:

    By two thousand and eight, Norway will be connected to the United Kingdom via a 1200 km super pipeline—the longest subsea pipeline in the world. But this connection is only a part of an enormous plan to tap into Norway’s second largest gas deposit, capable of providing 20% of the UK’s gas needs for decades to come. Located 3 km below the ocean’s surface and 120 km offshore, the deposit is beyond the reach of humans and all of the construction has to be completed by robots working against strong underwater currents, sub-zero temperatures and extreme wind and wave conditions. When tapped, the gas will be transported to one of the largest automated gas processing plants to prepare it for shipment to U.K. Each phase will put ingenuity and engineering to the ultimate test.
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  • Sabah: Malaysian Borneo

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    In the midst of the Indo-Pacific region lies Borneo, the third-largest is-land of the world. Respectively almost half of Borneo belongs to Indonesia and Malaysia.
    Borneo's northern part is called Sabah and is Malaysian. Sabah is covered by dense rain forest.
    Access into the green heart is only possible by driving a boat upstream on big rivers like the Kinabatangan.
    Unique animals and plants remained undiscovered for a long time such as the droll nose monkeys or lovely orchids. The Bornean orangutan lives only here and on the island of Sumatra. So does the endangered Sumatran rhinoceros. All of the animals share the jungle with the natives, like the people of the Murut tribe. Just one hundred years ago, the Murut still were dangerous head hunters. Only a warrior who beheaded an enemy, was honoured as a full man. But also in Sabah time goes by. The idea of living together has changed dramatically. Today Sabah is a religious melting pot. All major religions coexist peaceful. Buddhist temples, Islamic mosques and Christian churches are part of the urban image of course. This film presents an Asian region where people successfully handle the balancing act between nature, traditional culture and the modern world.

  • Undiscovered Vistas Ireland Clash of the Coasts National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD

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    Undiscovered Vistas Ireland Clash of the Coasts [National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD]
    Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George's Channel. Ireland is the second-largest island of the British Isles, the third-largest in Europe, and the twentieth-largest on Earth.

    Geopolitically, Ireland is divided between the Republic of Ireland (officially named Ireland), which covers five-sixths of the island, and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. In 2011, the population of Ireland was about 6.6 million, ranking it the second-most populous island in Europe after Great Britain. As of 2016, 4.8 million live in the Republic of Ireland, and 1.8 million live in Northern Ireland.
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  • A BIRDS EYE VIEW OF POLANDS QUAINT SIGHTS ???? Full Documentary ???? English HD 2020

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  • Japans Secret Water garden David Attenborough HD Documentary

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    Imagine a realm where the seasons' rhythms rule - where centuries of agriculture and fishing have re-shaped the land, yet where people and nature remain in harmony. Sangoro Tanaka lives in just such a paradise. At 83, he's a guardian of one of Japan's secret water gardens. Here - over a thousand years - towns and villages have developed a unique system to make springs and water part of their homes. From inside these homes, the streams pour into Japan's largest freshwater lake, Lake Biwa - an area 5 times the size of Paris - near the ancient capital of Kyoto. This is a habitat so precious the Japanese have a special word for it: Satoyama - villages where mountains give way to plains. They are exceptional environments essential to both the people who maintain them and to the wildlife that now share them.


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  • Kenya - Safari through the land of the rhinos

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    Fascinating landscapes and a breathtaking variety of animals, this is Kenya. From elephant to leopard and giraffe to rhinoceros, this area is a place for the animals of Africa where to grant them protection is more important for the people than to hunt them.

    A variety of national parks award Kenya as a paradise for animals. These refuges are also an important standing leg for the tourism. Many of them are managed by the state, however, some are operated by animal welfare organisations or private animal lovers.

    The Solio game reserve is such a place. It is regarded as the first managed privately owned rhino refuge in Africa. Not only rhinos find protection from poachers here but also almost all other typical animals of Africa, as for example buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, gazelles, and leopards and many more. However, Solio was not the only place of interest for the camera team.

    German Africa expert and journalist Frank Wirth led the colleagues through the country. They were allowed to film peoples like the Samburu and observed elephant herds. They experienced the everyday life of the rural population and learned how a family survives from selling the fruits of only one big mango tree. On several safaris they experienced the diversity of the African bush. One of the highlights of the trip was to capture thousands of flamingos. But thanks to the support of Frank and some members of the native tribes also Nile crocodiles, and hippos could be filmed from a close distance as it normally is almost impossible.

  • Breathtaking hunting scenes and amazing panoramic shots in Grand Canyon National Park

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    The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in Arizona, United States. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (6,093 feet or 1,857 meters).
    The canyon and adjacent rim are contained within Grand Canyon National Park, the Kaibab National Forest, Grand Canyon–Parashant National Monument, the Hualapai Indian Reservation, the Havasupai Indian Reservation and the Navajo Nation. President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of preservation of the Grand Canyon area and visited it on numerous occasions to hunt and enjoy the scenery.
    Nearly two billion years of Earth's geological history have been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted. While some aspects about the history of incision of the canyon are debated by geologists, several recent studies support the hypothesis that the Colorado River established its course through the area about 5 to 6 million years ago. Since that time, the Colorado River has driven the down-cutting of the tributaries and retreat of the cliffs, simultaneously deepening and widening the canyon.
    For thousands of years, the area has been continuously inhabited by Native Americans, who built settlements within the canyon and its many caves. The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon a holy site, and made pilgrimages to it. The first European known to have viewed the Grand Canyon was García López de Cárdenas from Spain, who arrived in 1540.

  • Incredible Insects | Nature Documentary 2018

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    Incredible Insects | Nature Documentary 2018

    Humans regard certain insects as pests, and attempt to control them using insecticides, and a host of other techniques. Some insects damage crops by feeding on sap, leaves, fruits, or wood. Some species are parasitic, and may vector diseases. Some insects perform complex ecological roles; blow-flies, for example, help consume carrion but also spread diseases. Insect pollinators are essential to the life cycle of many flowering plant species on which most organisms, including humans, are at least partly dependent; without them, the terrestrial portion of the biosphere would be devastated.[8] Many insects are considered ecologically beneficial as predators and a few provide direct economic benefit. Silkworms produce silk and honey bees produce honey and both have been domesticated by humans. Insects are consumed as food in 80% of the world's nations, by people in roughly 3000 ethnic groups.

  • Drawn by the sea - a bird cliff story | short NATURE documentary filmed with Nikon Z6

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    This is the first time I have tried to make a short wildlife documentary with only the Nikon Z6 and it has been a lot of fun but also quite challenging to handle two Nikon Z6 cameras at the same time - one for photographing the birds and one for filming me;)
    This short wildlife documentary is my tribute to one of my favourite bird locations in Denmark - Bulbjerg. Besides telling the story of Bulbjerg I am also showing a few behind the scenes shots so you can see how I am working on location doing wildlife photography.

    Bulbjerg is the only bird cliff in Denmark and I am here to photograph the kittiwakes. We are on the west coast where this small bird cliff is rising 47 meters from the North Sea. It is the home of a few hundred kittiwakes and at this time in late August they are about to leave the area for the winter.
    This short documentary is probably the most complete thing i have done with the Nikon Z6 since it has been used to filming, photographing and some of the audio recording.
    I hope you will enjoy this short tribute to a place I love and many come and visit yourself.

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