Mountain Wildlife

Rated 5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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Take a journey to the beautiful Canadian Rockies and enjoy wildlife in a natural setting.

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Take a journey to the beautiful Canadian Rockies and enjoy wildlife in a natural setting. The program is divided into sections with a different piece of music for each type of animal. You’ll enjoy a wide variety of animals including elk, moose, bighorn sheep, porcupine, waterfowl, eagles, bison, whitetail deer, mule deer, mountain goats, black bears, and even a grizzly bear.

You’ll see the magnificent bighorn sheep expertly climb a cliff, and see moose eating in the middle of a picturesque mountain lake. The majestic elk with their huge antlers and black bears eating vegetation are among a great variety of wildlife

There’s great scenery in the Canadian Rockies, too!

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2 reviews for Mountain Wildlife

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ron Harber III

    Best non-rail video ever. Mountain Wildlife can be fun to watch but they can also be dangerous at recent times. No violence was added in the program. It’s a relaxing video that you can enjoy with your friends and family.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    Originally Released on VHS only in 1998, it ran for 50 Minutes, and it was discontinued & out of the GSVP Market in 2008. 8 Years Later in 2016, It was Back in The GSVP Market, but with bonus 30 minutes from a 1999 trip are also added, and its presented after the original 1998 editing. All of the Animals in the original 1998 video were shot during some in 1992, and mostly around 1996. For Previews on this DVD? Well there’s only one that has no relations with Canada or Any Non-Railway Subjects which is “Rocky Mountain Snowplow” From 1997 which were co-produced by 2 notable “America By Rail” Producers Greg Scholl Himself, & Les Jarrett.

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