Episode 1: The Legend of Kazakh Eagle Hunters
Kazakhs are semi-nomadic people and have live around Altai Mountains in Western Mongolia with their herds since 19th century. There are about 87,000 Kazakhs in Mongolia (4% of Mongolia population) and an estimated of 250 Kazakhs still practicing as eagle hunters today. The tradition of eagle hunting is over a thousand year old! In 2011, UNESCO added Kazakh eagle hunting to the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, as an example of living human heritage. As one eagle hunter told National Geographic, “When Kazakhs came into the world, they were eagle hunters.”
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/T-hcbeAVevM
Episode 2: Mystical Cypress Swamp
Cypress Swamp is the largest naturally formed lake in South Central US and the largest cypress forest in the world. It has total area of 25,400-acre. It is the home to wildlife includes alligators, waterfowl, bobcats, river otters and bigfoot! According to the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, it is a land of Bigfoot. There are hundreds of alleged Bigfoot sightings since 1965, as reported in the Travel Channel documentary “Bigfoot” in 2006.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/b4vL6xqBlr4
Episode 3: The Secrets of Atlantic Puffins
There are about 500,000 pairs of Atlantic puffins in Faroe Islands. They visit the Faroe Islands during mating and nesting seasons from mid April to late August, and the rest of the year in the ocean. Do you know that puffin’s tongues and spiny palates allow them to grab over 10 small fishes in their beaks per dive. One puffin in Britain set a record for holding 62 fish at one time! Find out more secret about puffins in this video!
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/HjrbuQ436-A
Episode 4: The Mystery of Aurora Borealis
There is something so magical to see the Aurora borealis a.k.a. northern lights dancing in the sky. In this documentary film, we will tell you the secret of the Aurora borealis – the myths and sciences behind these magical dancing curtains in the sky.