Curation of the best Alaskan Wildlife documentaries to watch for free.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Art Wolfe Finds Alaska & Antarctica's Untouched Wildlife | Real Wild
From Glacier Bay To The Katmai Coast And The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Art Wolfe travels across Alaska, remote regions of Antarctica, the Falkland Islands, and the South Georgia Islands where he documents the undisturbed wildlife and beautiful nature. We see endangered humpback whales, pods of orcas, the largest population of Grizzly Bears in the entire world, Gentoo penguins, the worldâ€™s largest colony of King penguins, Elephant Seals, and the massive Wandering Albatross bird....
|1h 53m 17s||2022-12-19|
2. How Grizzly Bears & Jaguars Survive The Harsh Realities Of The Wild | Wild Relations | Real Wild
This wildlife documentary looks into the lives of some animals to see how they relate with their peers and how fine the line is between tolerating and hunting each other. We follow a dense colony of European seabirds, a tremendous male jaguar from the Amazon, observe the dangerous relationship between a Grizzly mother bear and a male in Alaska, reveal the dangerous life of Booted Eagles from Southern Europe, and other equally fascinating wildlife from around the world. #wildlifedocumentary...
3. Alaska's Gigantic Grizzly Bears | Giant Grizzlies | Real Wild
The Kodiak Bear is a unique species of Grizzly, known to be the largest species of bear in the world, living along the Kodiak Archipelago of Southern Alaska. In this documentary, cinematographer Andreas journeys into the depths of the great Alaskan wilderness to find some of the largest grizzly bears in the US. In his expedition, he travels through some of Alaska's most remote areas with his friend Greg and learns more about how the native Alaskan population lives in some of the most...
4. Inside Alaska's Incredible Animal Kingdom [ 4k ] | Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge | Real Wild
From Glacier Bay To The Katmai Coast And The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Art Wolfe travels across Alaska in search of the most beautiful scenes the animal kingdom has to show. In the freezing cold waters, we see endangered humpback whales and pods of orcas in their natural habitats. On the Katmai Coast we meet the largest population of Grizzly Bears in the entire world. These incredible animals are living on the largest stretch of uninhabited coast in North America, and Art speaks to bear...
|1h 8m 30s||2021-10-19|
5. Immortals Of The Arctic: The Bowhead Whale | Real Wild Channel
No-one has ever found a bowhead whale that died of old age. Biologists share their new research techniques as they confirm that bowheads may live longer than 200 years. We also join Alaskan Inupiat on a traditional hunt to discover new insights about the planet's eldest statesman #RealWild #Documentary
6. Risking It All: Fishing In Foreign Waters (Extreme Fishing Documentary) | Real Wild
Fishing in Alaska can be one of the most dangerous jobs in the world, yet none of these fishermen would ever give it up. Follow them through their their every day adventures and discover what pushes them to stay in such an extreme position. #RealWild #Documentary