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The Four Alps - The Secrets of Nature

  • The Four Alps - The Secrets of Nature

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    For as long as there has been human memory we have been fascinated by mountains.They have been forced up by the mighty inner forces of the planet. And they are worn down by the forces of wind and flowing water and ice, and by perhaps the greatest force of all -- time.They have been places both of spiritual retreat and high peaks to be conquered. Places where humans have stretched their powers of endurance to the very limits or have searched for peace and tranquillity.

  • Magic of the Mountains - The Secrets of Nature

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    This is the story of a land, where forces of nature are at play – beyond all things that a human can ever dominate or be able to conquer. The birth of Tyrol was one of collisions, where previous far apart continents were conjoined, wedged together and piled up on top of each other. The result is a steep world of diversity on the smallest area: depending on the depth of a valley or the height of a mountain ridge, depending on its direction and position at the edge or in the middle of the Alps, depending on whether its slope is steep or flat, there is a spot in Tyrol that is icy or mild, lush or paltry, dry or full of water. This film presents the fascinating world of the high mountains with all their diverse flora and fauna and the living conditions throughout the seasons.

  • The Roaring Mountains - The Secrets of Nature

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    Nowhere in the Alpine mountains are water, forest and rocks as precipitous, rock faces as vertical as in the Gesäuse National Park, Europe’s largest canyon. “Gesäuse” is a name derived from the rushing noise of the water, the soughing wind that echoes up to the peaks of the north faces of this unique region – home to the myth of the mountain. When the sun rises and ushers in a magnificent day, the Gesäuse projects a perfect image of a mountain. However, in bad weather, the Gesäuse’s walls reflect a scary phenomenon as the speed of the inflowing airmass multiplies. Adverse weather conditions can thus convert the Gesäuse into inferno. Michael Schlamberger, Austria’s most renowned nature filmmaker internationally, listened to the rushing whitewater of the river Enns and conquered the sheer rock walls, chasing eagles and chamois in passing.

  • The Carnic Alps - Nature’s Treasure Trove - The Secrets of Nature

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    Austria's southern region boasts a mountain range that seems to consist of nothing but borders: the Carnic Alps.This is where cultures, languages and lifestyles meet, where Mother Nature provides a glimpse of the history of our planet Earth and where a soft breeze from the sea hits the cold Alpine wall. It is a place of close encounter of three languages: Slovenian, German and Italian. Apart from the geographical border position, it is the steep mountain cliffs, the narrow valleys and the diversity of these borders that have shaped people’s mentality. At a distance of approximately 60 miles from the sea, the impact on the weather is obvious. When the clouds come pushing to the North from the Adriatic Sea, they eventually hit the main ridge of the Carnic Alps, which forces them to stop for a rest and shed rain. Finally, the geological history of Mother Earth has formed its own boundaries here between the earth’s ages.

  • Alpine Lakes Quiet Beauty - The Secrets of Nature

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    Springs, streams, ponds, lakes and rivers have forged our landscape over thousands of years.

    The film retraces the water's journey - from the glacier down into the valley, through the mountains to its source, illustrating the beauty of natural, smaller lakes in Austria with their fascinating world of flora and fauna and tells the story of enchanted cliffs, a spectacular underwater world, dragons, ancient species of fish, as well as of speleologists and modern science.

  • Sky Hunters, The World of the Dragonfly - The Secrets of Nature

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    They hover over ponds and pools and inhabit the banks of rivers and streams. With their dazzling metallic colours and unique ways of flying they are truly jewels of the air. This film presents dragonflies as they have never been seen before. Fascinating close up shots take us into the world of these insects, which have lived on earth since the age of the dinosaurs. Spectacular super slow motion shots and elaborate computer animation uncover, for the first time, how dragonflies capture their prey at lightning speed while flying and how they mate in the air. Underwater photography reveals the development of the predatory dragonfly larvae while time lapse sequences show the emergence of the fully grown insect. However these amazingly colourful flying acrobats are in danger. The dragonfly's preferred habitat in and around water is rapidly diminishing, which, in Europe alone, has pushed around 80 species to the brink of extinction.

  • The Iron Forest - The Secrets of Nature

    49:09

    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.

  • Mountains in the Sun - The Secrets of Nature

    49:09

    The landscape of southern Lower Austria is characterised by the last undulations of the Alps. This film takes a cinematic journey through these so-called “sunny mountains”, showing their diverse nature and cultures in a comprehensive portrait of the region and its inhabitants.

  • Wild Balkans - The Secrets of Nature

    51:08

    Wolves hunt their prey in the valleys between high-ranging dunes, bears and lynxes wander through dense primeval forest, and the big lakes are a magnet for hundreds of bird species. That is the so-called “Balkan”. Today the “Balkans” stand for a Europe that hardly exists elsewhere.

  • The Swiss Alps: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

    51:25

    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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  • Land of Crystal Waters - The Secrets of Nature

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    In the very heart of Europe, precisely in the centre of Austria, lies one of the most marvellous beauty spots of the Alps – a woodland, water and mountain wilderness that shuns no comparison with, say, wild Canada. Yet its rivers and lakes, ice-clad peaks, deep gorges and giant caves are just a stone’s throw away from picturesque cultural centres where Austria’s monarchs spent their summers.

  • Oldies But Goldies - The Secrets of Nature

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    Trees reach the greatest age of all living things. They remain rooted to the same spot for hundreds of years. Innumerable animals live on and from old trees. From the coasts of the North Sea to the Alps, the film is a wonderful journey through Germany.

    It portraits the most beautiful veterans in the country e.g. the poisonous yew tree whose seed had germinated even before the birth of Kaiser Friedrich Barbarossa and before Henry I’s ascension to the English throne in the year 1100 or the so called 1000 years old oaks, the closer look revealed them not being any older than 700 years at the most. Some of them were used as court and gallows oaks in former times but luckily have long since gone out of fashion.

    Many of the veterans are close to an end, but each one of them has produced millions of seeds and now their descendents rely on man. It is up to us humans to give those that survive sufficient space and the time to grow old. Maybe 1000 years old.

  • Appalachia - The Endless Forest - The Secrets of Nature

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    This film explores the hidden worlds of these remote valleys, and uncovers a wealth of nature, from bears and salamanders to vultures and flying squirrels. But human culture here is as rich as the natural history.

  • Tough at the Top - The Secrets of Nature

    48:28

    The rising tide of our civilisation has not yet flooded the last peaks of the Alps. The Hohe Tauern mountain range is a high Alpine wilderness harbouring natural treasures that many people hardly know about, even from hearsay. Their intact habitats make them a Noah's ark of Alpine flora and fauna. At the same time, this is a world of mountains in the superlative, with the highest peaks in Austria, the biggest glacial surfaces in the eastern Alps and water falls that are among the highest in the world.The documentary shows a series of barely known, extremely shy or rare animals of the high mountains of Upper Austria for the first time. It took two years to complete the complicated shooting during which the camera team had to cope with the harsh conditions in exactly the same way the animals of these high altitudes do, to capture an intimate look into the secretive life of these shyest of mountain creatures.

  • Arlberg - The Hidden Paradise - The Secrets of Nature

    50:09

    Snow masses pile up in abundance on the deep snow-covered slopes. The wind has created bizarre snowdrifts on the steep mountain ridges, and further below, the Swiss pine carry the weight of this sparkling splendor. Arlberg is the embodiment of an idyllic winter and the cradle of alpine skiing. However, this famous ski resort that connects Tyrol with Vorarlberg, offers a lot more than expected. A bit of untouched nature has been preserved in the hardly accessible valleys and the cliffy massifs.

  • Switzerland - An alpine country

    51:25

    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.

  • Alpine Rivers: The Cradle of Life | Free Documentary Nature

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    What would happen to the mountains without water? They would turn into deserts, devoid of life and vegetation. But there are very few mountains without water on our planet. They take care of this themselves, creating their life’s element and taking water directly from the sky by entrapping the clouds around them.

    This water then collects on the flanks of the mountains, where it turns from rivulets into rivers, that flow out into the oceans. Mountains and water are symbiotic, a cycle that keeps life on earth going. Mountain streams slowly move along meadows before, only moments later, turning into the spray of waterfalls or small mystic lakes. What kind of life can be found in and around this mysterious cosmos?

    We will investigate the world of the rare Danube salmon and be there to see the Danube bleak spawn. We will follow giant wels catfish into their hideouts, see great crested grebes on their underwater hunting. We go diving under the ice of frozen mountain streams and lakes, discovering life where none was thought possible.


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  • The Sava Floodplains - Croatias secret paradise

    50:49

    Every year, in the middle of Croatia, it's the same story: 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 still the Croatian and Serbian capital is spared a flood disaster. One of the reasons for this is the fact that the Sava is able to flow unhindered. The annual floods not only create a natural retention reservoir for flood control: alongside the Sava lies a natural paradise, unique in Central Europe. In the species-rich, alluvial flood forests of the last major meadow landscapes of the continent, enormous predatory fish like the catfish lie in wait for prey.

    The fertile floodplains of the Sava are an important resting place for more than 240 bird species, including Hoopoe, great crested Grebe, little Egret, common snipe and pied Avocet. Old, domestic livestock breeds like the Turopolje pig and Posavina horse spend almost the entire year in the floodplains. They appreciate the alluvial meadows, keep puddles and mudholes open whilst wallowing and, as living lawnmowers, they ensure that the moist meadows aren't transformed into dense oak forests. Thanks to this traditional pasture farming, more than 700 pairs of white stork alone breed in the Lonjsko Polje National Park. The Sava Floodplains allow us to glance into the past of our continent and at the same time, illustrate just how flood protection for major towns can be perfected.

  • The Wild Nature in the Mountains of South Tyrol

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    Following the trails of the Alpine Ibex and other animals who find refuge in the wild mountains of south tyrol

  • Greece Garden of the Gods - The Secrets of Nature

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    Greece, the Ancient Empire, is the residence of the Gods from Artemis to Zeus. A sanctuary of impressive temples, ruins, mystical places of worship and home to a rich fauna and flora. Steeped in legends, this countryside provides the backdrop for the unique natural history of the birthplace of the Olympic Games. This unconventional documentary moves to and from between the world of ideas and natural facts and takes us through the realm of the Gods where hardly known animals live in a breathtaking landscape. Schlamberger combines the magnificent visual imagery of nature-film with a journey into the world of ancient Greek ideology, inviting us on an entertaining stroll through the «Garden of the Gods».

  • The Otters Trail - The Secrets of Nature

    49:45

    During the mid-80s, zoologists still regarded the European otter as a species on the verge of extinction. What they did not take into consideration was the fact that the shy aquatic animals are extremely adaptable. Using their intelligence and cleverness, they have been able to re-conquer parts of Europe during the last few years, including their old homeland, Austria.

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

    52:46

    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.

  • Wildly rushing rivers in the Alps

    29:55

    What would happen to the mountains without water? They would turn into deserts, devoid of life and vegetation. But there are very few mountains without water on our planet. They take care of this themselves, creating their life’s element and taking water directly from the sky by entrapping the clouds around them.

    This water then collects on the flanks of the mountains, where it turns from rivulets into rivers, that flow out into the oceans. Mountains and water are symbiotic, a cycle that keeps life on earth going. Mountain streams slowly move along meadows before, only moments later, turning into the spray of waterfalls or small mystic lakes. What kind of life can be found in and around this mysterious cosmos?

    We will investigate the world of the rare Danube salmon and be there to see the Danube bleak spawn. We will follow giant wels catfish into their hideouts, see great crested grebes on their underwater hunting. We go diving under the ice of frozen
    mountain streams and lakes, discovering life where none was thought possible.

  • Almendro Tree of Life - The Secrets of Nature

    51:54

    The Almendro Tree must be the most impressive of all the jungle giants in Costa Rica's rainforest. From root to top, this unique tree offers habitats, shelter and nourishment to an incredible number of creatures. Whenever an Almendro goes down, almost the entire community goes down with it, demonstrating the fragility of interdependent systems. A dramatic example of this principle is the Great Green Macaw. Wherever the tree disappears, the parrot no longer is found.

  • The Isle - The Secrets of Nature

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    Vienna's Danube Island, a river island artificially created some 20 years ago, has become a recreational retreat for tens of thousands of city dwellers. To tourists, it is an attraction praised in every traveller's guide. Sun worshipers, cyclists, skaters and night owls invade the island from the first days of spring until the fading of the autumn sun. No-one associates the island with wildlife and wilderness, and yet, unnoticed by most visitors, a secret army of wild animals has invaded the banks, forest and bushland right in the middle of a big river and a large city. Stone martens, beavers, rabbits, deer, herons, cormorants and black kites, various fishes, toads, frogs and insects have conquered the island and turned it into their own hunting and breeding grounds.

  • Year of the Hedgehog - The Secrets of Nature

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    It’s springtime, the air is tepid, the skylarks chirp, and spring flowers cover the meadows and the forest grounds. Out of a pile of leaves a fluttery, sniffling snout tip appears: it’s a hedgehog awakening from its winter sleep heading into the light of a new year, having only two things in mind: food and finding a partner.This documentary accompanies for a year one of the most popular yet still unknown animals of our landscape. The hedgehog is not only part of the oldest mammal species on our planet, newest findings disclose that it will stay among us for many years to come. Neither the massive destruction of natural habitats nor the horrendous road kill can seriously endanger its population.

  • Spring - The time of natures rebirth

    51:54

    This film explores Central Europe and presents the nature from a perspective you have never seen before. Fascinating landscape footage in high-quality HD technology, coupled with spectacular Cineflex aerial views, take us on a journey through the hitherto unknown blazes of colour of the Central European region and its inhabitants. We show you paradise on earth and demonstrate how climate and astronomy determine our life cycle.

    While seasons change, we visit several different European habitats that - in their diversity, are exemplary of a Central European region. Mountains, water, forests and meadows: we return to each of these habitats at different times of the year and show how the rhythm of life of each of our protagonists follows nature's clock.

    The four seasons determine all of the coming and passing away; a highly complex interplay in the universe of life. We explore the wondrous worlds of the mysterious cycle of nature together with extraordinary people. Breathtaking landscapes enable us to experience the change of seasons at first hand.

  • Salt, Tears of the Earth - The Secrets of Nature

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    No creature can live without this magic mineral -- and no living organism can produce it on its own. Amoebas, algae or humans -- all life-forms are completely at the mercy of this simple chemical compound. In all bodies of water on earth, there is salt in abundance, and animals and humans have always been able to extract the valuable crystals from water -- directly through their organs or with the aid of evaporation in salt lagoons.

  • Wildest Africa - The Secrets of Nature

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    This gripping documentary, from producer Greg Grainger, features all of the many diverse creatures that roam much of Africa, from the big cats, elephants and giraffes, through to highly endangered species such as the black rhinoceros and wild dog. The programme shows how their daily ritual is aimed at just one result....survival, but how the very survival of entire species is increasingly in danger.

  • Time Limits - The Secrets of Nature

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    We perceive time in terms of seconds -- the length of a heartbeat. We can't even imagine events that unfold over several days and years or be aware of elementary particles that flash into existence for less than a billionth of a second without high-tech camera equipment and exceptional filming techniques.

  • Wasteland Warriors - The Secrets of Nature

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    Surrounded by barren cities, sterile concrete or over maintained, uniform patches of green, more and more animals are losing their last places of retreat. The city continues to grow inexorably but, where humans fail to impose their order, nature sprouts and crawls out of the tiny cracks in the asphalt and concrete and re-conquers its territory.

  • Schladming Magic Mountains - Land of Champions - The Secrets of Nature

    50:08

    Schladming in Austria is not the best known of the country's ski regions but it's one of the finest - because it keeps a low profile and makes sure the season doesn't dominate the landscape. That also means its nature is better protected than in normal mixed regions.

    Camera-ace France Hafner captures the stunning variety of a region caught between two mountain ranges made of very different rock - one porous limestone, the other rock-hard granite. The limestone Dachstein plateau, dry and mottled like the surface of a brain, lets rainwater and melting glaciers seep through, carving startling caves and descending into glossy forests whose dry brooks become raging torrents in the space of a morning. Capercaillie strut in the woods just out of cyclists' sight and male black grouse fight for females in cleared end-of-season spaces next to the ski-lifts. In their case their frantic energy is only visible when slowed down 30 times!

    Red deer, fed in pens in winter, roam the hillsides in summer, filling the valleys with their urgent groans during the heady days of the rut. Lone wolves tread the winter snows. Schladming is not yet a stopping place for them - it's a crossroads on their way north or south, east or west to other countries where they're no longer hunted.

    Marmots are the Meercats of the Alps, charming visitors to the pastures, nibbling weel-peeled carrots as they pose for photos.

    But the kings of this world are the chamois, perfectly adapted to their hazardous habitat, even lowering their heart-rate in winter to conserve energy. Fighting, courting, playing, running or resting they treat their sheer surroundings with sovereign indifference.

  • Spring - the most spectacular change of seasons

    52:36

    This film explores Central Europe and presents our homeland nature from a never before seen perspective. Fascinating landscape footage in high-quality HD technology, coupled with spectacular Cineflex aerial views, take us on a journey through the hitherto unknown blazes of colour of the Central European region and its inhabitants. We show you paradise o earth and demonstrate how climate and astronomy determine our life cycle.
    While seasons change, we visit several different European habitats that - in their diversity, are exemplary of a Central European region. Moun-tains, water, forests and meadows: we return to each of these habitats at different times of the year and show how the rhythm of life of each of our protagonists follows nature's clock.

    The four seasons determine all of the coming and passing away; a highly complex interplay in the universe of life. We explore the wondrous worlds of the mysterious cycle of nature together with extraordinary people. Breath-taking landscapes enable us to experience the change of seasons at first hand.

  • Fabulous Foals - The Secrets of Nature

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    FABULOUS FOALS is a look at the incredibly diverse world of horses, focussing on their first months of life.

  • Drakensberg - Africas Dragon Mountains - The Secrets of Nature

    48:34

    A dragon hatched from the volcanic furnaces of Gondwanaland. Ancient almost beyond comprehension, yet a living thing. And vast, stretching across a subcontinent, its spine arching above the clouds...

    No lucky dragon, this. Starvation festers beneath the shimmering green of its skin. But to the creatures that live along its flanks, it can be a bountiful provider as well as a remorseless destroyer. Today we call it the Drakensberg, or «Dragon Mountain». «Drakensberg» is a dynamic documentary journey through the life of this ever-astonishing mountain. It is also a story of animal survival in a landscape of overwhelming, pitiless power.

  • Sun Seeking Creatures, a Mediterranean World - The Secrets of Nature

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    The Danube, one of the most remarkable rivers in Europe, contains many secrets. Not just underwater, but also along its course through Austria. In one small section of river in Lower Austria, the body of water has an influence on the surrounding landscape, which has even formed its own microclimate. One speaks of so-called heat islands, with temperatures that reach nearly Mediterranean levels. Human beings have created a cultural landscape oriented to viticulture over a period of millennia. This is because the warm loess and clay soil promotes the flourishing of grapevines. However, not only crop plants grow between the cities of Spitz and Krems: since primeval times, flora and fauna have settled here that have no rival in Europe. They are all species that live on the slopes of the Danube mainly due to the mild temperatures, and which are often found nowhere else. Centuries of isolation have in some cases even resulted in purely local forms. For example, the Clouded Apollo or the Southern Festoon.

  • The Flight of the Bald Ibis - The Secrets of Nature

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    Teaching migrating birds to migrate may sound like teaching your grandmother to suck eggs. But behind this curious-looking project is the story of a species persecuted to the point of total extinction in Europe. Since the 16th century, the bald ibis has been a mere historical footnote in every book on European bird life. Once a familiar sight in southern Central Europe and Turkey, the only wild populations, each of them dwindling, have survived in Morocco and Arabia. Yet this is a story of hope.

  • The Baltic Coast: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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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 wonderful world of birds

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    By monitoring ten interesting bird-watching locations, we document not only the silver herons in the Westerwald, but also the last great bustards in Havelland. Then there are the great crested grebes in their splendid plumages, shown building their nests and during courtship, in an area of extinct volcanoes: the Eiffel.
    Add to this, exotic wild birds and colorful parakeets, the newest members of the population in a park in Wiesbaden. We have resting migratory birds, ducks and waders on the west banks of the Steinhuder Lake.
    On the border to the Netherlands, in the moorlands near Münster, we find the only wild flamingos in Germany. Equally interesting are the fire geese, avocets and many birds of the coastal region not far from Hamburg harbor. At Federsee Lake in Upper Swabia, we observe the inhabitants of the extensive reed zones: bearded tits. Then we have the birds of fortune, the cranes, which interrupt their long journeys by resting on the Baltic coast. Last, but not least, in the Feldberg lake region we accompany the ranger on an exciting sea eagle excursion. With this film, you are invited to experience a journey through the wonderful world of birds.

  • SHELTER - Full Movie

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    SHELTER - Step forward through the legenday Alps

    A tale of five adventurers back on the boards. Their passion: the most beautiful summits in the world and the freedom to ride them. This year, they decided to change the practice, minimizing their CO2 emissions and finding ways to stay as neutral as possible in a changing nature.
    Determined to return to basics, they traveled for two months the Swiss and French Alps through valleys near their homes. Here is their message.

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    Public Choice Award - Freeride Film Festival Tarbes (2019)
    Public Choice Award - We Love PowPow (2019)


    Written and directed by Julien Roserens & Morgan Le Faucheur
    Produced by Franck Corbery & Morgan Le Faucheur
    Co-produced by Picture Organic Clothing
    Starring Jeremy Jones, Mat Schaer, Leo Taillefer, Levi Luggen & Thomas Delfino
    Original soundtrack by Møme

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  • 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.

  • Killer Lion Stakeout | Austin Stevens Adventures | E11 | Free Documentary Nature

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    Taking on one of his most difficult and dangerous missions yet, Austin heads to Tanzania’s Serengeti Plains in search of lions, and is determined to capture photos of the mighty predator in action.

    Timing his assignment to coincide with the great migration, Austin searches the savannah around Lake Ndutu for water holes fringed with woodlands — the perfect habitat for big cats. But when his vehicle breaks down, he heads out on foot to find a replacement. He eventually comes across a pride of three females and six playful cubs. Sooner or later, Austin knows they’ll have to hunt, but in order to capture it on film he has to be in the right place – at just the right time. Day after day, he finds the pride already feasting on a fresh kill. Until one morning, he spots two lionesses stalking a small herd of wildebeest. And suddenly, the hunt is on... Will he get his photos?

    Also in this episode… Austin encounters vultures and hyenas, giraffes, and herds of zebras and elephants.

    Did you know…?
    • Tanzania is home to 3,000 lions – more than any other place in the world.
    • Working in teams, the execution of a lion’s hunt is deliberate, precise and very fast.
    • Ambush predators who like to sneak up on their prey, lions prefer the cover of wooded areas to open savannahs.
    • With eyes six times more sensitive than humans, lions can see perfectly in the dark.
    • Fewer than one in three lion hunts are successful and, if they don’t make a kill, the pride is just two weeks away from starvation.
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  • The most beautiful landscapes of the world

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    This collection of short films takes the audience on an eye candy trip around the world.
    The flight around the globe begins with a visit to the ice bears in the Wapusk National Park in Northern Canada. Empathetic footage of newborn ice bears is succeeded by images of turquoise-coloured water cascades in the world famous Croatian National Park at the Plitvica Lakes. In Ethiopia, the so-called bleeding heart monkeys, or Geladas, give us insights into their lives in the pack on the high plateaus of the Simien National Park.
    From her, it's off way down to the Earth's south and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The 1500 species of fish, 350 stone coral and 80 soft coral types are all endangered by acute coral bleaching. Before long, these images may only exist on film.
    Now, the viewer is taken from this colourful and gigantic, subterranean massif to the kingdom of the stone giants: in the Alps. The fascination of mountain sculptures continues at China's Li River. The stars here however are the cormorants that have been trained to fish for humans. Off the coasts of South Africa, fishing looks completely different, when millions of sardines fall victim to predatory fish, including dolphins and sharks and even Cape gannets.

  • Creatures Of The Magic Water Amazon Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild

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    In the north of Brazil where the River Negro and the mighty Amazon meet, virgin rainforest covers the landscape for hundreds of miles. It is home to an abundance of rare creatures including the jaguar, ocelot, giant otter and river dolphin.

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  • National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD - Wildest Europe The Alps

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    National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD - Wildest Europe The Alps
    The Alps are the highest and most extensive mountain range system that lies entirely in Europe, and stretching approximately 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) across eight Alpine countries (from west to east): France, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, and Slovenia. The mountains were formed over tens of millions of years as the African and Eurasian tectonic plates collided. Extreme shortening caused by the event resulted in marine sedimentary rocks rising by thrusting and folding into high mountain peaks such as Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Mont Blanc spans the French–Italian border, and at 4,809 m (15,778 ft) is the highest mountain in the Alps. The Alpine region area contains about a hundred peaks higher than 4,000 metres (13,000 ft).

    The altitude and size of the range affects the climate in Europe; in the mountains precipitation levels vary greatly and climatic conditions consist of distinct zones. Wildlife such as ibex live in the higher peaks to elevations of 3,400 m (11,155 ft), and plants such as Edelweiss grow in rocky areas in lower elevations as well as in higher elevations. Evidence of human habitation in the Alps goes back to the Palaeolithic era. A mummified man, determined to be 5,000 years old, was discovered on a glacier at the Austrian–Italian border in 1991.
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  • Swiss Alps Artist-Viktor Yushkevich. #4 picture in 2020.

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    Friends, I greet you. I painted the picture “Swiss Alps” (Summer landscape) #4 picture in 2020. The picture is painted with acrylic paint, the size of the picture is 50/70 cm. Draw with acrylic paint. The picture is for sale, for subscribers of the UVN Art channel a 15% discount.

    The Alpine region of Switzerland, traditionally called the Swiss Alps (German: Schweizer Alpen, French: Alpes suisses, Italian: Alpi svizzere, Romansh: Alps svizras), is the main natural feature of the country and, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss part of the Jura Mountains, is one of its three main physical and geographical areas. The Swiss Alps extend both to the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, encompassing a territory sometimes called the Central Alps. Although the northern ranges from the Bernese Alps to the Appenzell Alps are entirely in Switzerland, the southern ranges from the Mont Blanc massif to the Bernina massif are shared with other countries such as France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.

    The Swiss Alps include almost all of the highest mountains of the Alps, such as Dufurspitze (4634 m), House (4545 m), Liskamm (4,527 m), Weisshorn (4,506 m) and Matterhorn (4,478 m). Other following major summits can be found on this list of Swiss mountains.

    Since the Middle Ages, transit through the Alps has played an important role in history. The region north of the St. Gotthard Pass became the core of the Swiss Confederation in the early 14th century.

    Geography:
    The Swiss Alps seen from the Swiss Jura in December 2010
    The Alps occupy 65% ​​of Switzerland’s total area of ​​41,285 square meters. Km (15,940 sq. Miles), which makes it one of the most alpine countries. Despite the fact that Switzerland covers only 14% of the total area of ​​192,753 square kilometers (74,422 sq. Miles) in the Alps, [2] [3] 48 of 82 Alpine four-thousanders are located in the Swiss Alps and almost all of the the remaining 34 are within 20 kilometers (12 miles) of the country's border.

    The Swiss Alps are located south of the Swiss plateau and north of the national border. The border between the Alps and the plateau runs from Vevey on the shores of Lake Geneva to Rorschach on the shores of Lake Constance, passing near the cities of Tuna and Lucerne. Not very clearly defined regions in Switzerland, located on the outskirts of the Alps, especially the northern ones, are called the Swiss Prealps (Préalpes in French, Voralpen in German, Prealpi in Italian). The Swiss Prealps are mostly made of limestone and usually do not exceed 2,500 meters (8,200 feet).

    The Alps are usually divided into two main parts: the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, whose division extends along the Rhine from Lake Constance to the Slyugen Pass. The western ranges occupy most of Switzerland, while the more numerous eastern ranges are much smaller and are located in the canton of Graubünden. The latter is part of the Central-Eastern Alps, with the exception of the Ortler Alps, which belong to the Southern limestone Alps. The Penninsky, Bernese and Berninsky ranges are the highest ridges of the country, they contain 38, 9 and 1 peaks respectively more than 4000 meters high. The lowest range is the Appenzell Alps, reaching heights of 2500 meters.

    Rivers:
    Rhine Gorge in Graubünden
    The northern part of the Swiss Alps is drained by the Rhone, Rhine and Inn (which is part of the Danube basin), while the southern side is mainly drained by Ticino (Po basin). The rivers in the north flow into the Mediterranean, North and Black Seas, and in the south into the Po Adriatic Sea. The main triple watersheds in the Alps are located inland, these are: Piz Lunghin, Witenwasserenstock and Monte Forcola. Between Witenwasserenstock and Piz Lunghin lies the European watershed dividing the Atlantic basin (North Sea) and the Mediterranean Sea (Adriatic and Black Seas). The European watershed lies only partially on the main chain. Switzerland has 6% of the fresh water in Europe, and is sometimes called the water tower of Europe.

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  • The Four Alps

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    The Four Alps
    2007 | SD | 16:9 | 52min | stereo | German| English
    Directed by Jeremy Hogarth
    A co-production of ScienceVision, ORF, WDR, NDR Naturfilm, ABC Australia And Natural History New Zealand.

    For as long as there has been human memory we have been fascinated by mountains. They have been forced up by the mighty inner forces of the planet, but are worn down by the forces of wind and flowing water and ice, and by the greatest force of all – time. And we have been fascinated too by those creatures which live in the mountains, at the very edge of creation.

    The European Alps are amongst the most famous mountains on the face of the Earth. They dominate the continent, and they were to be the birthplace of modern mountaineering. The very word Alps has entered into world language. But there are four recognised Alpine regions in the world, not just the mountains that range across Europe.

  • Assembly of the Alps

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    This video is a simplified view of the geologic assembly of the European Alps.

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  • Megève - An Authentic village with timeless charm - LUXE.TV

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    ** Megève Gallery by Stephen Lafeuille
    ** Saint-Martin Gallery

    Formerly nicknamed by Jean Cocteau as the twenty-first district of Paris, Megève has become a must visit destination for anyone wishing to enjoy a magical setting during summer or winter.

    The village, with its incredible charm, instantly gives us the desire to stroll through its narrow streets. Drinking tea accompanied by a few macaroons on a terrace, shopping or enjoying a short carriage ride are among the favourite activities of tourists who have chosen this resort, above all, for its family setting and authentic side. In this Haute-Savoyard village, wood is of course the choice material. Even more so at the Hotel du Fer à Cheval; it’s foyer sets the tone… A warm 5 star establishment where we will stay for this little getaway. Its proximity to Mont-Blanc and the panorama offered from the Mont d'Arbois make it a popular destination for nature lovers and ski enthusiasts. Many people choose to walk in their ski boots from their luxurious chalet. Chalets that are bought and sold for millions!We will discover one, for sale, not far from the altiport of Côte 2000, with Jean-Baptiste Pierlot, director of the Coldwell Banker Alps Realty agency in Megève.

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