Canada’s Most Iconic Wildlife Species in 360

When we embarked on a multi-year journey across Canada to film our countries most fascinating species across all four seasons, we knew we wanted to do something different.  We decided to place 360 cameras amidst all the action to capture the sights of real Canadian nature. 

It wasn't an easy job. Taking new technology into the field, hundreds of kilometres from electricity and a wifi signal, meant we had to be prepared for anything. 

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How We Captured Canada’s Most Epic Nature Scenes With 360 VR Cameras

Braving some wild weather, some genuinely hazardous locations and after some uncomfortably close encounters with wild animals, we've compiled a video of some of our best scenes.  It was one wild ride.  We hope you enjoy the journey.

Watch more 360 video:
Four Hundred Thousand Grey Seals Crowd Onto Sable Island Beaches Every Winter
Every Year Thousands of Northern Gannets Return to This Crowded Rock Ledge in Newfoundland
An Up-Close Encounter with Bratatouille, a Bold Polar Bear in Churchill Manitoba
B.C. Mountain Goats Take A Trip Into The Valley To Soothe Their Sore Bellies
The Largest Caribou Herd in North America Is On the March
Wild Canadian Year Director Films Rufous Hummingbirds In His Own Backyard

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