1. Brown Bears of Alaska


    from Randy Harris Added 20.9K 191 12

    A short video behind a photo/video/fishing trip to Brooks Camp, Alaska. The video was shot with the Nikon 7100 and edited with Adobe Premiere CC. This is my first video ever shot using a DSLR. It was shot in full automatic mode (I know manual mode is best). The stills were shot with the Nikon D3s. Music provided by Vimeo Music Store Title: Unlikely Friendship Shot and edited by Randy Harris of RandyHarrisPhoto.com

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    • Great Bear Rainforest Remote Camera Project


      from Twyla Roscovich Added

      This is a film we produced for Pacific Wild, a conservation organization based in Bella Bella B.C., in the heart of the GBR. PacificWild is undertaking this amazing remote camera project that will enable us to get glimpses into the inner happenings of this mysterious rainforest and the wild lives of its inhabitants

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      • Survival


        from BBC Motion Gallery Added 4,952 21 1

        The story of survival in the natural world with amazing HD natural history footage. https://www.bbcmotiongallery.com/

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        • Animals of Yellowstone


          from Eddie Johnson Added 743 18 18

          June 26-June29 2010

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          • Wildlife Demo Reel - John Banovich


            from John Banovich Added 1,212 18 0

            My newest wildlife sample reel, show casing some of the best material from the past four, across Canada shoots, primarily shot on the Sony F55 (4K) with supplemental material coming from our aerial drones as well as the Canon 5D MKiii with a RAW recorder. I functioned as the Director, Field Producer and Cinematographer (Self Shooting Producer/Director), responsible for the crew and all expenses on the road as well as all client and resource first contact.

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            • Teton Changes


              from Mike Cavaroc Added 2,215 14 2

              http://www.freeroamingphotography.com - Teton Changes is a video compilation of footage from the fall season of 2011 taken in and around Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. All footage and time-lapse sequences were shot by Mike Cavaroc, and the music is by Epic Soul Factory, used under a Creative Commons license.

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              • 60 Second Haircut Review


                from garrettmurray Added 1,477 14 2

                An in-depth look at my haircut.

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                • Grizzly Bear 'Rock Stars' of Grand Teton National Park


                  from Mike Cavaroc Added 3,106 9 4

                  http://www.freeroamingphotography.com - This is a video compilation of three of Grand Teton National Park's most popular bears of the summer season of 2011 (thus far). All grizzlies have been seen along the roadsides of the park, thus adding to their lovable nature. The first is a blonde grizzly that has eluded traps and so has simply been nicknamed both Butterball and Blondie. She's gone from being very shy and timid of the crowds that gather to watch her, to much more passive recently. She's a very beautiful and healthy bear and age guesses have ranged between three and five. She's been consistently seen along the roadsides which has contributed to her being well-recognized, in addition to her gorgeous coat. Next is Grizzly Bear #610 and her two cubs of the year. She is the daughter to the now internationally famous Grizzly Bear #399 and is following in her mother's footsteps (so to speak) in roaming the same areas and displaying the same roadside behaviors. Earlier this season she was on an elk calf killing spree as she stayed healthy by consistently taking down a healthy amount, but also getting five in just two days. She's been slightly more elusive than the other two despite her nearby lingering to roads. Finally is the legend herself, Grizzly Bear #399. She's now raising her second set of triplets, releasing the others on their own in 2008. Her fame grew from raising the original set of triplets right along Highway 89 in Grand Teton National Park giving as many people as possible a chance to view such a remarkable glimpse into nature that most would never get to see. She's overcome adversity and won over the hearts of both locals and visitors worldwide. This season, she was even seen within a few hundred yards of her daughter, #610, potentially setting up the shot of a lifetime. So far this year, those are the three grizzly bears that have been getting the most attention and recognition, but there's always room for more! Please remember though, should you encounter these animals, they are still WILD ANIMALS! They are by no means tame and should be enjoyed from a respectful distance and left alone.

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                  • Grizzly Bear 610 - Spring 2013


                    from Mike Cavaroc Added 197 7 6

                    http://www.FreeRoamingPhotography.com - Grizzly Bear #610 of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming successfully emerged in the spring of 2013 with all three of her cubs happy and healthy. In this video compilation, the famous first-time mother is enjoying her last season with her three grizzly cubs for only a short while longer. She is busy teaching them survival techniques, defensive moves, and most importantly, how to find food one last time. All footage was shot in Grand Teton National Park primarily around the Oxbow Bend area. The music is by Greendjohn and used under a Creative Commons license.

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                    • Stand Up Paddle Board in Bella Coola from Tweedsmuir Park Lodge


                      from Tweedsmuir Park Lodge Added

                      This past summer, Lodge owner Beat Steiner and the crew from Mountain Life Magazine BC undertook a 3-day, 2-nigh mission: to explore the possibility of doing a Stand Up Paddle Board trip commencing at Tweedsmuir Park Lodge on the Atnarko River, continuing down the Bella Coola River and finishing at the Pacific Ocean at Bella Coola townsite. The trip was a resounding success. Check out the video and let us know if you are interested in SUPing the Bella Coola River! From the Mountain Life Magazine Vimeo page (https://vimeo.com/55905879): Sir Alexander Mackenzie is considered one of the greatest of all North American travelers. Two hundred and fourteen years ago, Mackenzie and his crew found a fur trading route from Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabasca to the Pacific Ocean. They paddled the Fraser River, crossed the interior plains of the Chilcotin Plateau using Carrier and Nuxalk guides, and traveled down the Bella Coola River. This journey was the first recorded 6,400 km crossing of the North American continent. In September of 2012, eight of us paddled from the beautiful Tweedsmuir Park Lodge on the banks of the Atnarko River, down the Bella Coola River and into the Pacific Ocean at Bella Coola townsite. The spectacular scenery, epic weather and wildlife and some action on the river kept us in high spirits for the whole 3-day, 2-night voyage.

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