Canada

Canada lies within the 15 terrestrial and five marine eco-zones, the main biomes being tundra, boreal forest, mixed forest, broadleaf forest, prairies, Rocky Mountains, and temperate coniferous forests which host significant biodiversity. Home to some of the world’s most iconic wildlife, dive in with our exclusive animal-eye view of a Canada unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

Gallery

  • Bird's-eye view of Niagara Falls, Canada.

    Bird's-eye view of Niagara Falls, Canada.

  • Filming brown bears

    Filming brown bears off the coast of Tofino in the early morning fog.

  • Ucluelet, BC

    Producer Monica Blaylock directing a shoot in Ucluelet, BC.

  • Kate Prothero

    Catching a wave with pro-surfer Kate Prothero in Tofino, BC with our drone camera.

  • Meares Island

    Paul Cuthbert filming magic hour on Meares Island, off the coast of Tofino, BC.

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