Cascadia - A Place Where Giants Roam | Free Documentary Nature

Published 2021-07-14
Cascadia - A Place Where Giants Roam | Wildlife Documentary

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Olympic National Park was founded in 1938 and is located in the western part of the US state of Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. Since 1976 the national park has also been designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. In 1981 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. Since the national park is located on a remote peninsula, some animal and plant species have developed here that can only be found here in the park. For this reason, the park is a popular research area for biologists and zoologists.

The national park consists of two separate parts. The coastline is very rugged and often shrouded in fog. Inland, the forest connects directly to the beaches, which often leads to fallen tree trunks lying across the beach. The core area of ​​the park is the mountainous region around the Olympic Mountains, which is covered by many ancient glaciers. To the west of it are temperate rainforest up to the park boundary, here lies the wettest point in the contiguous United States.

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  • I’ve been there and it is the epitome of what one imagines the Pacific Northwest to be. Truly magical in a very rugged, craggy sort of way.

    Olympic National Park was founded in 1938 and is located in the western part of the US state of Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. Since 1976 the national park has also been designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. In 1981 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. Since the national park is located on a remote peninsula, some animal and plant species have developed here that can only be found here in the park. For this reason, the park is a popular research area for biologists and zoologists.

    The national park consists of two separate parts. The coastline is rugged, often shrouded in fog. Inland, the forest connects directly to the beaches, fallen tree trunks often seen lying across the beach. The core area of the park is the mountainous region around the Olympic Mountains, covered by ancient glaciers. To the west of it are temperate rainforests, making the area the wettest area in the contiguous United States.

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  • lord lem
    As someone from Western Australia I am awed by the scenery and wild life. Its not a place I will ever get to. I hope the folk of USA appreciate the beauty they have on their doorstep and I am glad that most of mankind cannot reach these fantastically stunning areas, thanks for the doco 10 out of 10!!!
  • Khadijah
    This was intense and laid back 😍 Thank You for this wonderful moment in nature and time!
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  • Jessica Howard
    As a local washingtonian, it awes me to see these beautiful sceneries.
  • liliapatterson
    Absolutely stunning scenery, animals and landscape. Thanks for sharing this beautiful documentary. 🙏✌
  • Anthony Tindle
    You tube documentaries are great and we do truly appreciate the effort you put in to show us all these great programmes you make for our viewing.
  • I think it's so amasing to know how people can sit and watch animal life like that to document it on film. Such patience
  • eldo59
    Wow! The camera footage is really crisp and close up. Especially underwater.
  • I appreciate these documentaries,I have watched many but when you had cascadia in the title,man this really brought back memories,I was born in Seattle,WA,..and when my parents divorced,My father moved to the Olympic peninsula,He worked for the Department of transportation,and I would go with him early in the morning to plow the roads in winter during heavy snow we would travel allow over the peninsula from Forks to sequim,..all the way up to hurricane ridge,...he really loved it there and took my sister and I all over that amazing corner of our country,brings back memories,I sure do miss Him... thanks...
  • Jas Nonya
    Grew up at the gateway to the Olympics, spent a fair bit of time enjoying hiking fishing and hunting there and other Washington State places. I miss it but grew weary of the winters . I really enjoyed this Documentary immensely. Ty for posting it.
  • Carol Miller
    Thank goodness the rugged, unnavigable coastline prevents condos, ski mobiles and other disruptive intrusions to assure a pristine park for many years. (hopefully) I feel so lucky to live in WA state where I visit the Olympic Peninsula often.
  • For a nature lover like me, this channel gives me a relax, happy and enjoying moment of life whenever i watches it.
  • Cierra clark
    These are gorgeous, I love nature it's so beautiful but mainly the ocean because it's so gorgeous there's so much in the Ocean!!❤️
  • Abhishek Suvra
    I love this channel. Thank you guys for your hardwork.
  • Tracie Q
    Beautifully documented! Thank you
  • Just Me
    Quanta meraviglia la natura,la montagna 🗻💙💚🧡💛🤎😻🤗👍👍📽️🥰
  • Victoria Grow
    This was amazing and SOOO makes me want to visit there!!!! Thank you so much for the documentary!
  • Can’t believe I get to look at these mountains through my living room window. Was at Port Angeles a few years ago and got to watch salmon out in the harbor rocket just under the surface, sending up big splashing wakes as they preyed upon herring.