Tours: Feature opportunities for up-close and personal experiences with over 15 species of Alaskan Wildlife!
Some species include grizzly bear, wolf, moose, lynx, fox, reindeer, porcupine, snowy owl, wolverine and more!
Photography: Guided tours offer unparalleled opportunities to photograph animals in their natural environments. Begin healing immediately with the free idea book download and grounding resources and dvds recommended by Laura Koniver , M.D.
You can literally be grounding and healing even as you watch this free short film here OR one of the feature documentaries on DVD. Note: All pictures, text and layout of this website are the copyrighted property of Kroschel Films, and may not be reproduced, or used in any manner without the express written consent of Kroschel Films.

A highly entertaining production, Meerkats United journeys deep into the Kalahari desert to explore the social life of the meerkat. Voted the best wildlife documentary of all time by BBC viewers, this often repeated wildlife documentary reveals youngsters play fighting, long-time couples squabbling and frequent, sometimes violent, encounters between rival gangs.
Taking advantage of a long-standing Oxford University study into these highly social desert mammals, captivating cinematography from the BBC’s world-famous Natural History Unit places these charismatic, resourceful creatures right at the centre of the piece.
Diverting and absorbing, Meerkats United proved to be a hugely popular piece of wildlife filmmaking, providing an enjoyable insight into the soap opera life of these endearing creatures.
Something for just about everybody that visits that carries the theme and essence of the experience. Clubbing together, they harass snakes, scorpions and jackals, seemingly oblivious to their diminutive stature, whilst lookouts scan the perimeter for predators and guards cautiously exchange places in a well-rehearsed routine.

If you do not see your favorite on the list, add it along with the titles below so others may vote on it as well. This list currently includes titles such as Grizzly Man, about a man who lived with bears for 13 summers in Alaska and March of the Penguins, about the arctic bird's trek during its breeding season.Documentaries are nonfiction and made with the intention of displaying reality for historical purposes and to educate those watching the film.
Most documentaries are driven by independent filmmakers and those passionate about the topics they are portraying.

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