1. Nakina Adventures - T'a ish Adventures Camp Grizzly Bear Viewing

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    from Phil Timpany / Added

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    At our T‘á ish Adventures camp you are offered much more than just bear sightings and observations. We create a genuine wildlife experience where you will be immersed in a very intimate co-existence with these amazing carnivores. When your helicopter “lifts off” for your grizzly bear viewing adventure you are guaranteed absolute exclusivity. Your small group (maximum 8 guests) will have the entire camp and an immense wilderness area all to yourselves. You can anticipate a very personal experience in the finest grizzly bear habitat you can imagine.

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    • Nakina Adventures - T'a ish Adventures Camp Grizzlybärbeobach

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      from Phil Timpany / Added

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      At our T‘á ish Adventures camp you are offered much more than just bear sightings and observations. We create a genuine wildlife experience where you will be immersed in a very intimate co-existence with these amazing carnivores. When your helicopter “lifts off” for your grizzly bear viewing adventure you are guaranteed absolute exclusivity. Your small group (maximum 8 guests) will have the entire camp and an immense wilderness area all to yourselves. You can anticipate a very personal experience in the finest grizzly bear habitat you can imagine.

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      • Nakina Adventures - Bear Cave Mountain Adventures Camp Grizzlybärbeobachtung

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        from Phil Timpany / Added

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        At our Bear Cave Mountain Adventures camp you are offered much more than just bear sightings and observations. We create a genuine wildlife experience where you will be immersed in a very intimate co-existence with grizzly bears with your choice of two different seasons. The fall season features bears with immaculate fall pelts chasing and catching chum salmon as they arrive on the spawning grounds. The winter portion highlights the unique “Ice Bear” phenomena. Picture yourself face to face with an “Ice Bear” catching and devouring a salmon right in front of you then vigorously shaking to free itself of the “chandelier of ice” frozen to its pelt. When your helicopter “lifts off” for your grizzly bear adventure you are guaranteed absolute exclusivity. Your small group (maximum 4 guests) will have the entire camp and an immense sub-arctic wilderness area all to yourselves. You can anticipate a very personal experience in the finest grizzly bear habitat you can imagine

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        • Nakina Adventures - Bear Cave Mountain Adventures Camp Grizzly Bear Viewing

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          from Phil Timpany / Added

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          At our Bear Cave Mountain Adventures camp you are offered much more than just bear sightings and observations. We create a genuine wildlife experience where you will be immersed in a very intimate co-existence with grizzly bears with your choice of two different seasons. The fall season features bears with immaculate fall pelts chasing and catching chum salmon as they arrive on the spawning grounds. The winter portion highlights the unique “Ice Bear” phenomena. Picture yourself face to face with an “Ice Bear” catching and devouring a salmon right in front of you then vigorously shaking to free itself of the “chandelier of ice” frozen to its pelt. When your helicopter “lifts off” for your grizzly bear adventure you are guaranteed absolute exclusivity. Your small group (maximum 4 guests) will have the entire camp and an immense sub-arctic wilderness area all to yourselves. You can anticipate a very personal experience in the finest grizzly bear habitat you can imagine.

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          • Amos Bunengo, Bwindi bird guide

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            from Denise and Marc Dragiewicz / Added

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            I went birding for several days with Amos. He was very skilled, knew where to look for specific birds, knew every call we heard, and was very affordable. He is local so he is an expert on the area. He was great at finding the local rare endemics. He also showed me chimpanzees which are rare in Bwindi. I would recommend his services. Email him at: amosbunengobirder@gmail.com

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            • MOTHER GRIZZLY NURSING – RARE FOOTAGE FROM BEAR VIEWING LODGE EXPERIENCE

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              Bear naturalist Phil Timpany tells a story of one his favourite grizzlies. Bernice is 27 years old and Phil has known her since she was a cub. Phil explains the nursing sequence and relationship between mother and cub. For complete information on our bear viewing lodge experiences contact us: info@nahanni.com

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              • Sage Grouse Viewing

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                The mating dance of the greater sage grouse is one of the most spectacular wildlife displays. In Wyoming, viewing sage grouse on their breeding grounds is fairly easy. This video gives you some tips about viewing sage grouse with minimal impacts.

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                • Magee Marsh History

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                  The Lake Erie marshes gained fame during the late 1800s as some of the best waterfowl hunting areas in the United States. Wealthy sportsmen vied to purchase choice hunting sites, and as early as 1890 much of the wetland area was being operated for private shooting. By the end of 1951 the entire 30,000 acres of remaining marshland along Lake Erie, from Toledo to Sandusky, was under private club ownership. Today, the region still supports some of the most intensively developed and managed waterfowling clubs in the Midwest. The Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, purchased by the Ohio Division of Wildlife in August 1951, lies in some of Ohio’s finest remaining wetlands. The marsh complex has historically been inhabited by large numbers of waterfowl, waterbirds, shorebirds, and songbirds. The primary responsibility at Magee Marsh is the development and maintenance of high quality wetland habitat for a diverse array of wetland wildlife species. During the 1960s, a small flock of Canada geese was released and goose nesting tubs were erected at Magee Marsh as part of Ohio’s Canada goose reintroduction program. Other goose management areas included Killdeer Plains, Mercer, and Mosquito wildlife areas. Between 9,000-11,000 goslings are produced on these areas annually, making Ohio’s goose production program the most successful program in the nation. The Crane Creek Wildlife Research Station, headquarters for the Division of Wildlife’s wetland wildlife research, is housed on the second floor of the Sportsmen’s Migratory Bird Center, which is located on the Magee Marsh Wildlife Area. Biologists at the research station are responsible for statewide research and management of wetland dependent wildlife including waterfowl, furbearers, and endangered wetland species, and bald eagles. Read more about Magee Marsh Wildlife Area: http://wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/mageemarsh

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                  • Stories in the Snow - 1

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                    from Celes Davar / Added

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                    A short compilation of winter wildlife viewing at Riding Mountain National Park. Included are short segments of a wolf on a kill from a distance, magpies and ravens feeding, pine grosbeaks feeding on snowberries, and a portrait of bison in winter. Guiding is provided by Celes Davar, from Earth Rhythms, Inc. (www.earthrhythms.ca)

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                    • Kodiak Brown Bear, a.k.a. Photo Bear

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                      from Jean Matusik / Added

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                      This video is a re-edit with audio added of my original video, Kodiak Brown Bear, a.k.a. Photo Bear. Brown bears are grizzly bears. In Alaska, they are called brown bears. The bears on Kodiak Island are a further sub-species of the Brown Bear. Our guide took to a stream to photograph bears and this "Brownie" posed for us, drove off two other bears, then fished awhile.

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