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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by Solar Wind Dragon » Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:17 pm

I read the book version of Wolves At Our Door and watched Living With Wolves on YouTube. I admire the Dutchers.
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by Yellowie100 » Tue Aug 09, 2011 12:44 pm

I watched something called "The Story of Black Wolf." I'm not sure if that's the exact name, but hey~
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Post by Fallows » Sat Aug 20, 2011 2:42 pm

I liked Living with the wolves, but I don't think it's around anymore.
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by she_wolf_ » Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:46 am

I love "Living with wolves" (in my language). I think it's the best document about wolves! I like the other programmes on the "animal planet".
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by failwolf56 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 3:41 pm

Last year, while going to a nature conservation camp, I was going to watch a wolf documentary, because it was raining. I can't recall the name of the documentary, but I'm guessing it was one of those on the list. However, the sun came out and we went outside rather than watch it. I would still like to see one, because they sound rather interesting. I'm hoping this weekend I'll be able to find one I like. C:
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by BlackWarrior » Thu Nov 03, 2011 3:58 pm

Wolf Documentaries are quite interesting indeed. I have watched most of the ones listed on the front post and all of then I learnt many new things. I it makes me want to become a photographer for wildlife and I would focus on mainly wolves and their packs.
I hope everyone gets the chance to see one. =]
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Post by wolfman200789 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 6:03 pm

BlackWarrior wrote:Wolf Documentaries are quite interesting indeed. I have watched most of the ones listed on the front post and all of then I learnt many new things. I it makes me want to become a photographer for wildlife and I would focus on mainly wolves and their packs.
I hope everyone gets the chance to see one. =]

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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by BlackWarrior » Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:24 pm

Another wolf documentary is called

Canadian Geographic: Language of the Wolves Series

I watched several episodes and so far it is very good. Here is what the info says.

Language of the Wolves Series. Studying the wolves that inhabit Ontario's Algonquin Park.
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by failwolf56 » Tue Nov 08, 2011 4:31 pm

BlackWarrior wrote:Another wolf documentary is called

Canadian Geographic: Language of the Wolves Series

I watched several episodes and so far it is very good. Here is what the info says.

Language of the Wolves Series. Studying the wolves that inhabit Ontario's Algonquin Park.
Mhh, I've never sceen that, although it sounds interesting. I may just have to take a look at it. C:
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by BlackWarrior » Tue Nov 08, 2011 6:13 pm

I found another interesting document called
"Secrets Of The Coast Wolf." Maybe it was included in earlier posts but here is the info.

In the towering forests of the raincoast of British Columbia, a group of scientists have made a new discovery. But what they are learning is something the natives here have known for generations.

Biologist Paul Paquet, along with a handful of dedicated scientists have found a new subspecies of the gray wolf. Unlike its brothers that roam across North America on the open plain, this wolf swims, fishes for salmon and hops from island to inlet through water and rough terrain. The coast wolf could leave and expand its territory, but it does not because it knows, like the Heiltsuk First Nations people who share the land and water, that there is no place like this on earth.

As long as there has been the wolf in Bella Bella, there has been the Heiltsuk, a traditional First Nations culture that has celebrated the spirits of the land and animals, including the coast wolf. The lush forests, calm inlets and the mountains around Bella Bella are a living eden. In fact, there is more biodiversity in this area than anywhere on earth - even the mighty Amazon rainforest.

Canadian Geographic goes on the trail to this unique place where science and traditional knowledge intersect and are working together to unravel the secrets of this unique wolf subspecies and the world they inhabit.

Source: http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/tv/vid ... mber=23055

I have actually watched this one on animal planet and I must say it was very interesting. ^^
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by wolvesworld » Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:13 pm

ive seen some of wolves in paridise but not any of the rest as far as i can remember. documentaries arent quite my thing either but wolf fantasies are most likely my type. :D

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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by ShadowMorn » Wed Dec 21, 2011 6:05 am

A good documentary would be Yellowstone (not Yellowstone wolves) It focuses on wolves, though it also has otters, foxes, bison , elk coyotes and bears among others.
You should check it out.
I've only seen a couple of episodes but so far so good...... :oops:

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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by Koa » Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:58 pm

Un-stickying, seeing as there are many stickies in this board and I feel that this one should just continue as a regular discussion thread. :)

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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by Silverfur135 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:50 pm

For anyone who has Netflix, there is this one show I watched. You can find it in documentaries, but there's only one episode about wolves. It is called David Attenborough: Wildlife Specials. Episode 6 is the one about wolves, just in case you wanted to know. XD
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Re: Wolf Documentaries

Post by AlphaIce » Fri Apr 06, 2012 9:17 am

I was watching this program called Lost Land of the Wolves on BBC 1 yesterday, and I have to say what some of the ranches around the west coast of America did and said were. Vile. Horrible. GROTESQUE. They had shot the pioneering pack, named the Lookout pack after Lookout mountain, even though the wolves were miles into the mountains. One of them had been skinned and had it's head and feet cut off. But still, it was very interesting too, because wolves are gradually making their way back into some parts of America :)
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