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Wild Canada

Wild Canada is a four-part nature documentary series that explores Canada's beautiful scenery and wildlife. From the spectacle of massive humpback whales feeding off the coast of Newfoundland to ice-covered grizzly bears living near the Arctic Circle, to pronghorn antelope - the fastest hoofed animals on earth - racing across the prairies, the series shows us what takes place through time and across the vast scale of the Canadian landscape.

Episode 1 - The Eternal Frontier
Humpback whales feast on capelin, thousands of garter snakes discover spring, squirrels that fly - this is Canada as you have never seen it before.

Episode 2 - The Wild West
Intimate and epic stories of wilderness from salmon-eating wolves to battling bighorn sheep high in the Rockies, and ice-covered grizzly bears in the far north.

Episode 3 - The Heartland
Here are landscapes of extremes: pronghorn antelopes race across the prairies and elusive wolverine enjoy the boreal winter snow scape.

Episode 4 - Ice Edge
The Arctic is populated by survivors. Here caribou calves dance across the tundra and polar bear cubs discover ice for the first time in the country's harshest climate.


Related Links
Geography of Canada - wikipedia
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Ray Mears' Northern Wilderness
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Geologic Journey
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