Ducks in Landscape with Lakes

Ornithologist Petr Musil and his team carry out research in the landscape around South Bohemian ponds. He examines how successfully female diving ducks raise their young depending on the carrying capacity of individual ponds. An episode of the Helping Nature through Science series.

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Beetles in Czech Landscape

Beetles and insects in general are an inseparable and essential part of living nature. How are they influenced by human activity and how can they be helpful for example in crime investigation? These and other topics will be introduced by doc. Jan Růžička and Pavel Jakubec. An episode of the Helping Nature through Science series.

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Beaver - Nature's Architect

The European beaver has been successfully reintroduced into our nature and the team of Aleš Vorel carries out its complex research. Meet the unique creature which is second only to man in its impact on its environment. An episode of the Helping Nature through Science series.

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Lichen and the Fragmentation of Natural Forests

The team of doc. Jana Kocourková examines lichens as bio-indicators of the quality of natural forests and other locations in the Czech Republic. Made by Michal Gálik 2016 for the CULS Faculty of Environmental Sciences. An episode of the Helping Nature through Science series.

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Can We Protect Birds in Fields?

The research of agricultural management and birds nesting in fields (northern lapwing) has been carried out long-term by the team of prof. Miroslav Šálka at the CULS Faculty of Environmental Sciences. An episode of the Helping Nature through Science series.

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Birds Online

At the Faculty of Environmental Sciences the research of birds nesting in tree hollows is carried out by the team of Markéta Zárybnická. Scientists have developed the so-called intelligent nest box with a movement detector, cameras and signal transmission, so they can observe what goes on in the nest. This allows them to discover so […]

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Metamorphosis

The Guadalupe dam watershed, located at the northeast of Mexico City, is a region of great biodiversity. While an important home for the Otomí ethnic group, the watershed also shelters a peculiar species: the mountain axolotl (Ambystoma altamirani), a micro-endemic, endangered amphibian, unique in the world.

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Vegan: Everyday Stories

Vegan: Everyday Stories is a feature-length documentary that explores the lives of four remarkably different people who share a common thread – they’re all vegan.

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Soil Farmers

A sensitive portrait of five Dutch farmers who use their own ways to observe and improve their soils to produce healthy food without damaging the land. This provides fresh views and sometimes surprising insights into the universe below our feet which we so often take for granted. And it might change the way you do […]

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Growing Wild Cretan Herbs

After working abroad for a while Serena Kapsoritaki returned to her home island Crete where she started to grow herbs. Serena was lucky as she could use a small piece of family land on a stunning location to realise her dream.

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Bruce Jacob: Craftsman

A short film about Bruce Jacob, an artist who upcycles discarded wood into a variety of beautiful handcrafted objects. It truly is upcycling at its finest, watching him bring life back to wood that looks like its seen its best days is a thing of magic. This film focuses on one of his favourite creations, […]

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Richard & Carol: Ceramic Artists

A short film about Richard Ballantyne and Carol Read, ceramic artists. Specialising in bringing animals to life through their work, Richard & Carol are extremely talented artists who make countless beautiful designs, including these stunning Hare sculptures.

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K2 with a Drone: The World High Altitude Record 2016!

I am very grateful to Czech climber Klára Kolouchová, who invited me to join her at U.S. International expedition to the second highest peak of the World, mystic K2 at Karakoram, Pakistan! This is a short movie about flying a drone at high altitude at Camp I (6334 m a.s.l.).

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