Curation of the best Canadian Wildlife documentaries to watch for free.
(a). Full Documentaries.
1. Searching For The Rarest Bear On Earth | Moksgm'ol | Real Wild
Enter Canada's Great Bear Rainforest & catch a glimpse of a white-colored bear that is not a polar bear! This mammal called the Kermode Bear is the rarest bear to be found. It lives in a unique habitat with other forest dwellers like wolves & other bears. The local community believes that this bear symbolizes the forest's spirit & rightly calls it the Spirit Bear. #rareanimals #wildbears #animaldocumentary
2. An Epic Encounter With The Elusive Wolves Of The Rainforest | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild
Wolves, the mysterious hunters of the North, have always captivated the imagination of man. Shot in the rain forests of Canada's west coast, this 4K wildlife documentary records the life of the rare coastal wolves with images of breathtaking immediacy and authenticity. The Elusive The Wolves Of The Rainforest | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #CoastWolves
3. Canada's White Wolves: Ghosts Of The Arctic | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild
At Canada's northernmost edge lies a remote and barren wilderness: Ellesmere Island. There, a family of Arctic wolves is raising a litter of pups within an unforgiving environment. This stunning 4K documentary transports viewers to one of the far corners of Planet Earth for an intimate look at the relationships and the highly choreographed social and hunting rituals that allow the pack to survive. White Wolves: Ghosts Of The Artic | 4K Nature Documentary | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary...
4. Canada's Most Dangerous Animal... The Moose? | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild
In Canada, more people are killed or injured in vehicular collisions with moose than by all other wildlife species combined. In Newfoundland, where moose densities are the highest in the world, there is proof that it is indeed Canadaâ€™s most dangerous animal. Canada's Most Dangerous Animal... The Moose? | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #CanadasMostDangerousAnimal #Moose
5. The Sea Otter's 100 Year Comeback (Wildlife Documentary) | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild
The sea otter's deft aquatic acrobatics are truly befitting of nature's prima ballerina. After a century of extinction on Canada's remote West Coast, the sea otter's re-introduction into the wild has forced it to share the stage with another species that dances to a different tune. The Sea Otter's 100 Year Comeback | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild #RealWild #Documentary #SeaOtters #NaturalKingdom
6. Saving Canada's Stellar Sea Lion From Extinction | The Blue Realm | Real Wild
Since the 1970's, sea lion populations have declined more than 80% along the North Pacific coast. Scientists at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Aquarium are working together to help save Canada's iconic and largest pinniped - the steller sea lion. #RealWild #Documentary
7. Tracking A Dangerous Grizzly Bear | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild
As a wildlife photographer and documentarian, Austin Stevens travels on assignment, documenting his activities finding and photographing incredible wildlife. This episode he's searching for Grizzly Bears in Canada, trying to capture the perfect photo of one of them. Will Austin find what he's looking for? #RealWild #Documentary
1. Grizzly Bears, Vampire Bats, And Snakes With Austin Stevens | Austin Stevens Adventures | Real Wild
Follow along as wildlife photographer and naturalist Austin Stevens travels to Canada, the Amazon, and Australia in search of some of our more misunderstood wildlife. Stevens begins his journey in the forests of Western Canada in search for the might Grizzly Bear. Unlike his usual searches, he has to seek extra caution due to their size and strength. Stevens then makes his way to the Amazon to find the Vampire Bats whoâ€™s population is growing and spreading rabies at an alarming rate. He braves...
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