Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Nature In the Valley of the Wolves/Christmas in Yellowstone |
Actor: F. Murray Abraham
Director: NATURE produced by WNET
Genres: Special Interests, Television, Educational, Documentary
Program 1: In the Valley of the Wolves - The Druids are one of the largest wolf packs ever documented, once numbering thirty-seven strong. But, when their alpha female is killed by another pack, and their patriarch is foun... more »
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For The Wolf Lovers of the World
Budd Young | Chicago, IL | 09/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"[My recent review for the standard definition version of this title-before I bought the Blu-ray]
I have always felt a spiritual companionship with wolves, and this DVD is one that I will cherish forever. Nature: Yellowstone takes an intricate look at the lives of a few packs of wolves in the Yellowstone region of North America. The way in which these various packs of wolves were depicted, and the time and energy it took to follow them from season to season, really gave me the impression that whoever worked on this piece really cared about what they were filming (creating), and they were willing to take the time to make sure that their footage contained emotional content, and that it was also carefully orchestrated. Christmas in Yellowstone (program two on this DVD) was also very good, and it proved to be a good accompanying piece to program one. Another great DVD about one wolf in particular is Nature: The Wolf That Changed America"
Great special on wolves!
bob | charlottesville VA | 11/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I got this recently for my gf, and we both loved it! The special on wolves is very interesting and shows off any high def theater. This program is absolutely and completely different from the wolves in the Planet Earth series. The wolves featured in this series are primarily the druid pack in Yellowstone Park's Lamar Valley and the program focuses on their hunting in the winter, among other differences. The wolves are referred to by number, rather than by name (a little annoying to follow at times). Their stories are also well documented at [...]
I will admit that the Christmas in Yellowstone is fairly worthless. But one can't complain too much at 1080p video of one of the nations best parks in winter."