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.
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The geography of Canada describes the geographic features of Canada, the world's second largest country in total area.
|Ray Mears' Northern Wilderness
Ray Mears' Northern Wilderness is a BBC television series hosted by Ray Mears, exploring the Canadian wilderness.
This is a CBC documentary series hosted by David Suzuki, documenting the incredible and sometimes surprising history of Canada's landscape.