Canada's Coastal Forests

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Episode 7 of 13

Duration: 30 minutes

Steve Backshall pulls apart the pieces of Canada's remarkable coastal forest to reveal why this ancient sylvan environment is not only home to some of the largest trees on Earth, but also some of the greatest aggregations of top predators in North America. He untangles the complex relationships between the seasons, the landscape and the wildlife to discover what might be fuelling this forest's prolific productivity and supporting eagles, bears and wolves. In this complex coastal system, the secret to success comes in a remarkable annual event.

Credits

Narrator
Steve Backshall
Series Producer
Doug Mackay-Hope
Executive Producer
Wendy Darke
Executive Producer
Cerys Griffiths
Production Manager
Bronwen Thomas

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