Includes: Grizzly River - This natural story of breathtaking beauty offers an insightful look at the giant and agressive grizzlys. Walking with Giants - Two naturalists become foster parents to three orphaned grizzly cubs in Siberia's Kamchatka Peninsula
Program 1: Showdown at Grizzly RiverFollowing the comfortable 6-month hibernation taken by the grizzly, the hunt is now on for salmon . Yet the competition for food is fierce. This natural story of breathtaking beauty is an insightful look at the giant and aggressive loners.Program 2: Walking with GiantsWhen two naturalists head up to Siberia's Kamchatka Peninsula to prove that the naturally predatorial grizzly isn't instinctively hostile, they become unexpected foster parents to three orphaned cubs while testing their own survival in the wild.
program 1. Showdown at Grizzly River / a production of Doug Bertran Productions for Thirteen/WNET New York ; produced by Doug Bertram ; executive producer, Carl Hall ; written by Malcolm Penny ; narration written by Susane Lee
program 2. Walking with giants : grizzlies of Siberia / a co-production of Cicada Films/Parallax Film Production and Thirteen WNET ; writer, Frances Berrigan ; producer and director, Ian Herring.
-- Kamchatka Peninsula.
Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia)
-- Description and travel.
|| Chicago :Questar,2003
|| Nature (Television program)
Showdown at Grizzly River.
Walking with giants.
Doug Bertram Productions.
Parallax Film Production.
Europe Images International.
Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
Host, George Page ; narrators, Stephen Collins, Keith David ; featured experts, Charlie Russell, Maureen Enns.
Scientific advisor, Derek Stonorov.
Title from disc menu.
Originally produced as two segments of the television series: Nature. Program content: c1999-2000.
DVD; NTSC, all regions.
1 videodisc (1 hr., 49 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.