Video Vault


Welcome to the Pacific Wild video vault. Here you will find samples of our growing video library including documentaries, raw footage, and edited field video dispatches.

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Diver's Log: Great Bear Sea, Late Nov. 2013

Right now, we are raising funds to learn more about the Great Bear Sea via our Great Bear LIVE project. Make your contribution today: indiegogo.com/projects/great-bear-live/x/4881450 Video log from a winter dive expedition in the Great Bear Sea. Part III. Filmed and produced by Tavish Campbell.
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Diver's Log: Great Bear Sea, Mid Nov. 2013

Right now, we are raising funds to learn more about the Great Bear Sea via our Great Bear LIVE project. Make your contribution today: indiegogo.com/projects/great-bear-live/x/4881450 Video log from a dive expedition in the Great Bear Sea Part II. Filmed and edited by Tavish Campbell.
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Diver's Log: Great Bear Sea, Early Nov. 2013

Video log from a dive expedition in the Great Bear Sea Part I. Filmed and edited by Tavish Campbell.
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Pacific Wild Scouting Trip March 2013

Sea lions surround divers in the Great Bear Rainforest as Pacific Wild staff search for a location for their next hydrophone installation. Filmed and edited by Tavish Campbell.
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Fishing Wolf, October 26, 2012

We're raising funds right now to support more videos like these. Donate here: www.igg.me/at/greatbearlive A coastal wolf catches a pink salmon. Footage recorded by one of Pacific Wild's remote cameras.
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Fishing Wolf

A wolf catches and eats pink salmon from a river in the Great Bear Rainforest. Filmed by one of Pacific Wild's remote cameras on October 18, 2012.
Time: 00:52
Rating: 5.0
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Wolves Fishing

Two wolves fishing for pink salmon in the Great Bear Rainforest. Recorded from Pacific Wild's remote cameras on October 18, 2012.
Time: 00:18
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Wolf Rolling in Grass

A wolf rolls in the grass after feeding on pink salmon in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. Filmed with one of Pacific Wild's remote cameras as a part of the SEAS Community Initiative.
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Rating: 5.0
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Fishing Wolves 2012

Two coastal wolves feed on pink salmon that have returned to a river in the Great Bear Rainforest to spawn. Filmed with one of Pacific Wild's remote cameras as a part of the SEAS Community Initiative.
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Herring Eggs Hatching

These herring eggs laid on hemlock branches are about to hatch into their larval form.
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Herring Larvae

Newly emerged larval herring swim near hemlock branches covered with herring eggs that are about to hatch.
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Gulls Eating Herring Eggs

Gulls feed on seaweed covered in freshly laid herring eggs.
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Black Bear Eating Herring Eggs

A black bear feasts on seaweed covered in herring eggs in the intertidal zone of the Great Bear Rainforest.
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Spirit Bear with Salmon

This majestic spirit bear eats a freshly caught salmon in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.
Time: 00:26
Rating: 5.0
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Estuary Grizzly

This male grizzly bear relaxes on an estuary after feasting on Lyngby's sedge. This charismatic monarch of Canada's rainforest could be targeted by trophy hunters when the notorious sport hunt opens in April 2012. Please take a moment to sign the petition to stop the trophy hunt: http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/trophyhunt.html
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Black Alpha Male Returns to the Pack

In the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia
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Harbour Seal Underwater

A harbour seal zooms by our underwater camera in the Great Bear Rainforest. Winter 2012.
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River Otter

A trail camera captures a river otter marking its territory in the Great Bear Rainforest. Winter 2012.
Time: 00:40
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Great Bear River Scene

As pink salmon spawn in this raging river in the Great Bear Rainforest, a black bear mother and her three cubs fish and rest by the riverbank.
Time: 00:36
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Black Bear and Spirit Bear Cubs

These bear siblings climb a tree in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Time: 00:50
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Black Bear Scratches Against Tree

As the rain pours down, this black bear rubs against a tree in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Time: 01:08
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Rainforest Wolf Fishes for Salmon

Watch this coastal wolf catch a spawning pink salmon. When the wolf returns to the riverbank it will eat only the salmon's head.
Time: 00:31
Rating: 5.0
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Spirit Bear Cub in the Great Bear Rainforest

This spirit bear cub waits in a tree with its sibling while their mother fishes for salmon nearby.
Time: 00:18
Rating: 5.0
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Fishing Black Bear Family

As this mother bear fishes by the side of a waterfall, her cubs - one black bear and one spirit bear - feed on freshly caught salmon.
Time: 00:27
Rating: 5.0
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Sockeye Salmon Spawning in the Fraser River

View Pacific Wild's underwater footage of sockeye salmon. This type of scene is becoming increasingly rare. Open net cage salmon farms are being scrutinized as a vector for disease, causing populations of sockeye bound for the Fraser River to crash. For more information check out updates from Alexandra Morton on her blog: http://alexandramorton.typepad.com/. Follow the Cohen Commision, the federal inquiry into the decline of sockeye salmon in the Fraser River at http://www.cohencommission.ca/en/


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