Robson Valley Wildlife in their Natural Habitat.
Robson Valley, flanked by the Cariboo and the Rocky Mountains in East Central British Columbia, has a remarkable diversity of wildlife in all seasons of the year. With the arrival of the Canada Geese in early spring, to eagles fighting over the food supply in late winter, exciting encounters are captured. From the valley floor to the mountain top, filmmaker Leon Lorenz takes you to where the wildlife live in their natural habitat. Watch close and seldom seen footage of grizzlies, eagles, wolves, moose, mountain goats, and marten. Many species of birds from the tiny Rufous Hummingbird to the Great Blue Heron are also enjoyed, along with many other elusive and special moments.
Life on the spawning grounds is an unforgettable experience, with huge Chinook Salmon being caught by bears in the Fraser River. Close encounters with Grizzles and conflicts between Bald Eagles are all part of the drama being played out in nature. The raw beauty of this valley with towering mountains and unpolluted rivers and streams is among the finest found anywhere in the world. Leon shares his experience of these encounters, and has added soft harp instrumental accompaniment to many of the scenes. God's creation is always fascinating and is enjoyed by all of us.