Glacier Bay National Park – Pristine Beauty in Alaska’s South | Free Documentary Nature
Located at Alaska’s most south-easterly point is a natural refuge: Glacier Bay National Park. An unspoiled wilderness of breathtaking beauty, where nature’s entire repertoire is represented: snow-capped mountains, fjords, forests, beaches, bays and above all glaciers, in addition to a significant number of wild animals.
Glacier Bay is a paradise for researchers. There is hardly anywhere else in the world where wild animals can be observed in their unspoiled habitats. Biologist Chris Gabriel has documented the migration of the humpback whale for more than 30 years and can distinguish the animals by their caudal fins. Park Ranger Tania Lewis however, has to negotiate the mountains in order to encounter her fosterlings: she has been monitoring the bear population in Glacier Bay since 2001. The photographer Kim Heacox is continually in search of the most impressive motifs of the park and catches them on camera.
Glacier Bay is one of the last wild and unspoiled natural paradises on earth; a natural work of art which represents fascination and challenge for both man and animal.
Beautifully done – the park is outstanding and so wonderful that the animals get to live their lives in peace and the humans can come and visit if they behave themselves- perfect- how it should be. Thanks for this.
Thank you for another documentary always the best
It’s nice to see people from all over the world still living as free humans. Many of us are stuck or trapped in a mainstream society. I get they’re pros and cons living on both side of the fence. Thanks for this great video.
Beautiful Land 💞
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god bless them all….its beautiful to see ppl lives the way they should be….like helping each others and respecting each others
29.4.2022.Very good and best.Thanks for sharing.
very amazing animal..your video is so cool..🙏🙏❤️❤️👍👍🇲🇨🇲🇨
Alaska Beautiful World Amazing,..🙂 Animal.👍🏻”
I have seen bears in Yellowstone. They are so majestic. It’s too bad they were mostly killed in CA where supposedly it is guarded. Plus, it’s on the CA flag!! So sad and hypocritical.