1. 2010 - Engaging people for successful bear conservation.

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    FORREX Online Webinar Series Mike Gibeau (Parks Canada) January 26, 2010

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    • Step by Step

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      A young Swiss girl, cancer survivor and leg amputee, fulfills her dream to be a wilderness horseback guide in Canada. She learns to deal with everything from defending off grizzly bears to shoeing horses in the wild Chilcotin Mountains of British Columbia. Lisa's story speaks to the enormous challenges and even greater successes for overcoming obstacles in one's life. Because of the unique learning environment and internship program developed by Kevan Bracewell at Chilcotin Holidays, all students, interns and staff benefit from defining their interests, goals and purpose and using these as a driving motivator during their stay. This unique environment is responsible for Lisa not giving up when times were hard. She persevered and invested in herself to achieve her life's goal.

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      • Walking with Grizzly Bears

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        Join Thomas Lennartz, the Conde Nast Arctic Specialist, and Phil Timpany, a world renowned grizzly bear specialist and wildlife photographer whose expertise and passion for the bears will shine throughout the presentation, on a virtual journey of what it is like to "Walk with Grizzly Bears". Grizzly Bears have a long standing (unwarranted) reputation. Thomas and Phil will shatter the Grizzly myths as they take you on a virtual journey and immerse you in the world of on-the-ground grizzly bear viewing which is practiced in safety for both human and grizzly bear. DISCOVER: That co-existence with grizzly bears is not only safe and peaceful but also entertaining and fun. LEARN: When the best time for grizzly bear viewing is and why. SEE: Incredible pictures of grizzly bears in the wild. AN EXPERIENCE: That is suitable for families and the pro-photographer.

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        • Alaska Nature 2008

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          Still and video of Alaska Nature featuring coastal brown bears, grizzly bears, caribou, dall sheep, red "cross" fox, lynx, ptarmagin, black bear, and landscape scenics. All wildlife filmed in wild.

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          • Travels 2010 part 2

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            00:00 Docklands Festival 1:12 Fireflies 6:15 Smoky Mountain Wildlife & Yellowstone Geology 14:00Yellowstone Safari 19:28 Mexico end with Lunar Eclipse on the Winter Solstice

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            • AK 2012-09 Alaska Adventure Safety Training

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              The Aqua Kids are headed to Alaska! In Order to make sure they are safe in the Alaskan Environment, they first must go through bear training and cold water safety training! Then see the Aqua Kids put their newly learned skills to work as they head on a rafting trip down the Kenai River.

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              • K'tzim-a-deen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary

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                The Khutzeymateen Provincial Park [a.k.a. Khutzeymateen/K’tsim-a-deen Grizzly Sanctuary] was established as the first area in Canada to be protected specifically for grizzly bears and their habitat. It also represents the first undisturbed estuary of its size to be protected along the north coast of BC. The topography of this land and marine sanctuary is diverse, with rugged peaks towering to 2100 metres above a valley of wetlands, old growth temperate rainforests and a large estuary. An abundance of wildlife shares the area. The ultimate purpose of this area is to protect the north coast grizzly bear by preserving a part of the ecosystem in which they live. This was my first film project that i did after graduating from the Documentary Film Studies program at Capilano University Film Centre. It was done in partnership with BC Parks, The Tsimshian First Nations, Capilano University Film Centre and KM Documentary Films. The team was made up of Capilano graduates, Derrick Daniels from the Documentary program, Sam Ellis from the Cinematography program and myself. All of the skills that we learned at University were put to use in the making of this film, it was a steep learning curve for everyone. We had more than one "pinch me" moment as we were surrounded by Grizzly bears in this pristine wilderness and reflected on how lucky we were to have the opportunity to do what we love, make films. Ken..... For more information about the Khutzeymateen check out the BC Parks website: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/khutzeymateen/ For more information about the Capilano University Film Centre, check out their website:http://www.capilanou.ca/smpa/ For information about the exciting projects that KM Documentary Films and Digital Stories Inc. are involved in check out the FB page. https://www.facebook.com/KmDocumentaryFilmAndDigitalStoriesInc

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                • Knight Inlet Lodge Oct. 2009

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                  An awesome adventure to see the Grizzly Bears feeding on salmon spawning in the Glendale River. Knight Inlet Lodge is located on the coast of B.C. Canada, east of the northern end of Vancouver island.

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