1. America the Wild: Black Bear Invasion

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    from Grizzly Creek Films Added 3,182 9 1

    Premieres March 26th, 2012 in primetime on Nat Geo Wild. Casey’s newest protégé, “Casey-Junior,” is a six-week old ambassador Black Bear cub who will learn to walk, swim, climb, and forage, all for the first time under Casey’s careful tutelage; but what starts out small doesn’t stay that way as Casey embarks on an all-out quest to find Black Bears in the wildest country east of the Mississippi: Maine’s “Big Woods.”

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    • Apocalypse Protocol Footage: Out of the Bunker

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      from Timothy McGaw Added 51 0 0

      The first in a series of surviving scenes from my aborted 2005 project, The Apocalypse Protocol. Because there was no post on this, please excuse the poor sound quality; this is all live sound recorded on the location (a very windy, snowy hilltop in Wales). This is being uploaded here mostly as a record of the shoot, on this project, which was quite extensive. Though sadly it did end up being scrapped due to a number of logistical issues, towards the end of the shoot. The premise in this scene (one of the first scenes in the story) was to introduce the main characters and set up the tension between them, which leads into the conflict in later scenes. Here they emerge into a desolate landscape from their extensive hibernation in an underground bunker, in the wake of an apocalyptic event.

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      • a reason to [hide]

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        from People are obstacles. Added 17 0 0

        A song by People are obstacles. Enjoy...not really a video with any production values...just listen... myspace.com/peopleareobstacles

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        • Auszeit

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          from Nunca Silva Added 23 1 0

          Warning to prospective immigrants to Canada from warmer climates: winter here is serious. Life goes on but only because it has to. And mostly indoors, windows and minds closed. Walking outside causes discomfort and pain. This lasts for a good 4-5 months every year. Then you forget because you want to. Most animals who live here hibernate or move south for the winter. But sparrows, squirrels, and hyperactive humans just keep going. Evolution is a funny thing. And so is migration. And tourism. Laugh if you can. Cry if you want to. Part of the series "Sidewalk Cafe" vimeo.com/channels/576721

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          • Baby Bear Cub

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            from NineCaribou Productions, LLC Added 5,798 1 0

            Re-collaring a mother black bear in her den with her cub. National Geographic Channel's Jake Willers hosts The Wildlife Portal.tv, a free web based mini-series.

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            • Bacterial Persistence

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              from Michael Zolotnitski Added 236 0 0

              short film introducing bacterial persistence

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              • BearPodcast 512 - Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bards

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                from Nard P Added 16 0 0

                Visit us at http://bearpodcast.com Hosts: Nard, Dave and Ray Ray left the show. He did his last recording the night we watched Ru Paul. Dave is now filling in for now. We interviewed Ron Suresha and we talked about his book, Hibernation and Other Poems by Bear Bears. NPH will be awesome as Hedwig. Will you get the iPhone 6? Will your state survive well in the zombie apocalypse? Listen to the show on Stitcher Radio, Pride Player on the Roku Player, and on Bear Radio Network! E-mail: show (at) bearpodcast.com Call our voicemail line at 206-222-BEAR

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                • Bears Bond During Wildlife Rehab

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                  from PAWS Added 254 0 0

                  When it comes to American Black Bears we have a full house at PAWS Wildlife Center with five bears this winter. Our three oldest bears are being housed under cooler conditions allowing them to rest and “hibernate” which means they essentially decrease their activity and sleep most of the day. The littlest bears are our newer patients and were both found wandering alone; too young to survive without mom. After a typical quarantine period the two littlest bears were introduced to each other slowly at first; now every day they grow more attached to one another as they play and sleep together.

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                  • Bees Need Sleep

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                    from Michael Rupert Strom Added

                    On repeated afternoons in late September I attempted to weed/edge the bed by the arbor vitae. Upon digging up a clump of earth I would discover bumble bees, all tucked in for the winter, apparently. Upon an internet search, I found the bees like to spend their off-season in a north-facing slope. Well, they’ve got a small east-facing slope here, maybe the best they could find right around. The sped-up spazz-cam at the end of the clip is me dodging another bee (you can hear the buzz at 0:21”), as I’m allergic to stings. Well, I don’t like being dragged out of bed, either, so weeding will wait ‘til spring.

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                    • Big Bear-Failed Hibernation 11-02-16

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                      from Vic Garcia Added 82 0 0

                      Wednesday - February 16, 2010 - Knowing we have a large selection of wildlife, our next door neighbor Vic and Kathy Martin loaned us their Bushnell Trophy Cam XLT. What you see on this 43 second video is our capture of a bear that obviously has failed to hibernate this winter. Its tracks come from the area to the west of us. We had heard there is a bear to the east who is not hibernating also. Maybe the same but maybe not. This was shot at 12:07 AM.

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