Take a journey through time and across the vast scale of Canada’s landscapes with the official companion to Wild Canada, the extraordinary new four-part documentary series from CBC's The Nature of Things.
Explore this original interactive experience, which features stunning exclusive video footage narrated by David Suzuki and produced by Canada’s top wildlife filmmaking team. Watch ice encrusted grizzly bears fish for salmon in Canada’s far north. Stand in the middle of a herd of bison on a Canadian prairie. Fly through BC’s pristine and wild Stikine Canyon.
"Discover the untold story of the extraordinary relationship between Canada's landscape, wildlife and people with this unique app." -David Suzuki
Canada has a rich natural history that dates back to the end of the last Ice Age. It's a land of astounding beauty, but much of it has been carefully shaped by the humans and wildlife that colonized it as the glaciers started to recede 15,000 years ago. Written by acclaimed 100 Mile Diet author J.B. McKinnon, Wild Canada also includes lush, high impact photography and panoramas from some of Canada’s most remote locations, immersive soundscapes, fly-throughs, interactive infographics that provide detail about Canada’s vast natural riches, and dramatic re-creations that showcase some of activities of the First Peoples who played a role in creating the country.
This is Canada like you've never seen it before.
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