1. 1-22 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 22, 2014

    06:04

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    Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 22, 2014 - Juliet (This video is very glitchy) (0:02) 8.11 Juliet raises up, shakes her head, she is facing to the left of our screen. She shakes once more and appears to be nosing at something behind the logs out of our view. Next Segment - (0:38) 8.13 She spins around to face the den entrance, backs up a little and shakes her fur. She then backs up more into the latrine area, continuing to shake again. Next Segment - (1:19) 8.19 Juliet is raking, building a mound Next Segment - (1:48) 12.10 She scratches then sticks her left back foot up towards the camera, scratches again then shows off her foot once more. Next Segment - (2:27) 12.12 She is looking out the den entrance and shakes her head a couple times, then scoots forward to eat some snow. Next Segment - (2:51) 12.15 she finishes and backs into the den then back into the latrine area. Next Segment - (3:21) 12.18 Juliet is still in the latrine and begins raking bedding. Next Segment - (3:54) 12.20 She rakes some more, throwing heaping piles of bedding to make a huge mound directly in our way. Next Segment - (4:46) 17.42 She finishes raking, looks over the mound and shakes some loose bedding off of her. Next Segment - (5:23) 17.51 Still raking. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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    • The Guides - Show Intro

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      from Aaron Coston / Added

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      The intro for a new show set to hit the Sportsman Channel fall of 2015. The Guides. We follow two outfitters and their clients as they track down some of North America's most popular big game.

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      • 1-21 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 21, 2014

        04:51

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        Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 21, 2014 - Juliet (This video is very glitchy) (0:02) 6.55 Juliet is snuggled in her nest of bedding. Raising up, she stretches, shakes and finds a clump of frozen bedding stuck to the left side of her head by her ear. She tries shaking it off several times. It doesn’t come off. Next Segment - (1:00) 7.02 Juliet is backed into the latrine area. She comes back to the nest. Next Segment - (1:21) 15.10 Having fallen asleep again, she rises to all fours. Turns around so she is facing the camera. She licks the air a few times and yawns. Next Segment - (2:20) 15.13 Juliet is still trying to shake the clump of bedding off. She then climbs up to the mound of bedding then backs down to shake her head. Up again, this time she proceeds to eat snow. Next Segment - (3:07) 15.20 Juliet finishes her meal of snow, backs into the den, looks around and up at the den roof then rakes some bedding down into her bed. She backs into the latrine area. Next Segment - (4:23) 15.47 Juliet is back asleep. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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        • 1-20 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 20, 2014

          05:18

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          Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 20, 2014 - Juliet Next Segment - (0:02) 10.21 Juliet is snuggled in her nest of bedding. She raises her head and scratches with her back paw. Getting up on her left elbow, she raises, yawns and shakes her head. Pushing up now, she presses her chin against her chest, perhaps stretching her back. Next Segment - (0:51) 10.22 Yawns, shakes her head then struggles to get up to a sitting position. She has bedding all over her head along with frost. Shakes her head again and looks out the den entrance. Next Segment - (1:33) 10.25 Juliet backs into the latrine area, raking a bit, pausing still, possibly to urinate, then rakes again. Next Segment - (3:24) 10.28 Still backed into the latrine, she now steps down into the bed. Next Segment - (3:37) 10.40 She is backed to us, with choppy movements she spins around to face the left of the screen. Next Segment - (4:02) 10.41 Spinning around more so now she faces the right of our screen. Next Segment - (4:24) 10.43 Juliet is facing our right. She settles down to sleep. Next Segment - (4:38) 11.10 She has been sleeping for a bit, raises up quickly to either look or lick her right front paw. Then she settles back down to sleep once again. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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          • 1-19 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 19, 2014

            05:15

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            Juliet is days away from giving birth to her 5th litter. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~~~ Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 19, 2014 - Juliet (0:02) 3.47 Juliet wakes up from slumber, yawns, stretches her back, tucks her neck down to her chest and scratches. She shakes the bedding from her fur. Next Segment - (0:47) 3.48 Looking out the den, she stretches her neck and rests her chin on bedding facing the right of our screen. Next Segment - (1:05) 8.31 Juliet scratches her head with her right back foot, shakes, looks around and yawns. She gets up on her left elbow, yawns again and stretches her back right leg, we can see her footpad. Next Segment - (2:01) 8.44 She begins licking snow at the den entrance. Just what she can reach without climbing out. Next Segment - (2:32) 8.45 Shaking her head, she now decides to climb closer so she can reach more snow, one leg extends to the bedding mound. Yawn and second paw comes out enabling her to reach further, she stretches then goes back to eating snow. Next Segment - (3:07) 8.48 Still eating snow but done, she looks into the camera, licks and pauses. Next Segment - (3:32) 8.54 Juliet stops eating snow, retreats a bit, shakes her head and pauses. Looking down, she sees snow on her right paw, she licks it off, then licks snow off the left paw. Next Segment - (4:07) 8.55 Juliet continues licking her left paw, then starts biting on it, as well as her right paw. Taking care of an itch. Back to the left paw, she bites more vigorously. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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            • 1-18 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 18, 2014

              06:32

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              10 Plays / / 1 Comment

              Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 18, 2014 - Juliet (0:02) 9.05 Juliet is standing with her hind end to us, she turns around to face the den entrance, toward the camera. Looking at the snow, she begins licking it. Next Segment - (0:57) 9.05 Juliet places first her left leg up on the bedding mound, stretches, then places her right leg, pulling herself up to eat snow farther out the den opening. Next Segment - (1:25) 9.13 Still eating snow, she finishes pulls back into the den a bit. Biting at some bedding on her leg, only half heartedly. For a while she sits there, just licking. Juliet begins biting at her left front paw. Next Segment - (2:37) 9.14 Still sitting there with both front legs extended in front of her toward the den entrance. She backs into the den, shakes and positions herself over the latrine area. Next Segment - (3:11) 9.22 She shakes her fur then begins raking the bedding. At times pushing it with her head. She turns with her head toward the left of our screen. Next Segment - (3:42) 13.14 Juliet is facing the right of our screen nosing at the branches above her. Next Segment - (4:02) 13.14 She is raking, pulling the bedding off the mound into the nest. Very carefully, looking at what is being upturned as she rakes, almost as if she is looking for something. She sticks her nose into the pile. Next Segment - (5:05) 13.16 She rests her chin on the bedding pile. Next Segment - (5:24) 13.23 Juliet is biting on her right paw as her left paw scratches under her chin. Next Segment - (5:45) 13.23 She lifts up to scratch her chest with her back left paw, grooms a moment then curls up getting ready to sleep. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they are conducting the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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              • Wyoming - It's All About The Nature

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                This is the movie I shot during the summer in Wyoming, mostly around the Dubois! It is a perfect satisfaction for all those hours, miles we rode and danger we went through :) it's shot on Canon 7d with some L lenses. music credits go to: Fallgrapp - Natura , LP - Into the wild , Tom Day - Never Give Up

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                • 1-16 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 16, 2014

                  04:38

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                  ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: January 16, 2014 - Juliet (0:02) 10.20 Juliet is facing away with snow on her back from the snow blowing into the den. She wakes up and shakes her fur. Next Segment - (0:23) 10.22 Juliet looks to our right, turns around to where her head is facing the cam. She reaches out to lick some snow that has built up. She licks for quite some time then shakes her head. Next Segment - (1:56) 10.26 Wind is really blowing. Juliet has pulled back into the den, backed into the latrine, shakes her fur, several times. Next Segment - (2:33) 16.17 Juliet has turned around so her back end is facing us. She looks behind her then spins around, shakes her head and begins licking some more snow. Next Segment - (3:39) 16.19 Juliet reaches out with her left leg, stretches and eats some snow. She then reaches out with her right leg so both legs are out and stretches again. She begins to eat snow. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                  • 1-15 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 15, 2014

                    06:20

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                    Juliet is an 11 year old female black bear. She is preparing to give birth to her 5th litter. Watch as she rests and prepares for the birth. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~~~ Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: This video has some audio but not all clips have sound. (0:02) 10.50 Juliet wakes, lifts her head looks our way, shakes her head and yawns. Next Segment - (0:39) 10.51 She settles back down and rests her chin on the bedding with her head facing to our right. Next Segment - (0:59) 10.51 She is sitting up, yawns and shakes the bedding off her fur. Twice. Next Segment - (1:35) 12.46 Juliet shakes, she has bedding all over her fur. Yawns, scratches her chest with her left back paw. Next Segment - (2:03) 12.48 She is facing the entrance, rests her head down on the bedding mound for a moment then tongue comes out licking at the air. Next Segment - (2:18) 12.49 Juliet shakes and extends her left front paw to the bedding mound, stretches and yawns. Next Segment - (2:45) 12.53 She is backed into the latrine, front feet down in the bed. Her eyes glowing from the infrared light, showing just over the bedding mound looking out the den. Steps forward a bit and shakes her fur, yawning then licking. Her left front paw comes out, stretching then she begins raking the mound of bedding down into the nest where she curls up to sleep. Stretching again, shaking her head a bit, she has a pensive look to her eyes. Next Segment - (3:52) 12.56 Juliet is eating snow off to the right of our screen. She then licks the lens a few times… big nose. Backs up a bit just to go to the left of the screen to eat more snow. Next Segment - (4:41) 13:00 Eating snow then she starts raking bedding to the nest with both front feet alternating. She is now back in her bed, she shakes and her nose points up toward the roof of the den. Next Segment - (5:51 13.21 Curled up now for more sleep, she raises her head for just a moment then settles back down.. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                    • 1-14 - Juliet the Black Bear - January 14, 2014

                      03:12

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                      Juliet is an 11 year old female black bear. She is preparing to give birth to her 5th litter. Watch as she rests and prepares for the birth. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Description of video for visually/hearing impaired: This video has no audio. (0:02) 15.14 Juliet is backed into the latrine raking the bed. She sniffs around and returns to raking. Next Segment - (0:23) 15.20 She is facing away, head to our left, raking with her left front leg, tossing the bedding into a mound next to the log. Dust is flying everywhere. she looks over her shoulder momentarily then returns to raking, making the mound higher, more dust. The mound of bedding is 1/2 way up the screen. Next Segment - (1:31) 15.30 Juliet is now facing us, behind the mound. She looks up then points her nose our way, scratching with her hind leg. Next Segment - (1:55) 20.38 Juliet wakes up, her head is pointing to our right. Yawns and gets up on her legs, sitting up and repositioning. Next Segment - (2:28) 20.40 She is sleep, waking up, looks up at the camera then back down. Next Segment - (2:43) 20.40 Juliet scratches her chin. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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