Wildlife Documentary Series for TV (1 Hours Episodes, 45-48 minutes, English with M+E and Español)
To survive, animals must satisfy to essential requisites: food and reproduction. These processes occur in the environment in which they have evolved and to which they have adapted. The process of adaptation takes millions of years and those species that are successful have developed both physical and behavioral tools that allow them to survive harmoniously with their environment and its inhabitants. Feeding, adaptations to acuatic and air environments, camouflage, symbiosis, development of the senses,
comunication skills, associations, spurs and knives, hard shells and armours, attack and timely flight are some of the tools developed by animals to survive, either in land or sea and they are described with vivid examples in these two chapters. An outstanding videography will guide you throughout the images and with an easy but accurate narration we will understand the importance of the equilibrium between the species and the compelling action needed to stop the human intervention, the only way to guarantee our future on the Planet.

Venezuela is well know for its oil industry and the Angel Falls but what we are about to see in this documentary will show us why Venezuela is much more than that. We will go to the best wild places in the Country and will experience many different activities alongside it, starting at the northernmost part, the Paraguaná peninsula, to see the only desert in the Country. From there going south will stop at Coro, the first European continental settlement in America. Going east there is the Morrocoy National Park and from there will travel to the middle of the Country where we will enjoy the plenty wildlife of the Orinoco floodable plains, the Llanos. The second segment transports us to the Andes for the best adventure sports: canyoning, mountain biking, parasailing, pendulum jump and white water rafting. The third segment takes us through the amazonian forest to the Autana Tepui, “the tree of all the fruits” of the Piaroa mythology and will know the story from the oldest guy in the tribe. The fourth segment guides us to the southern Orinoco. Will travel on the Caura river to reach the Pará Falls, a little known paradise in the Caura Reserve. After that there is the Canaima National Park, where the Tepuis rise from the Gran Sabana, where hundreds of rivers and thousands of waterfalls give this region its notable characteristic of being the Arthur Conan Doyle´s Lost World. Still to come the most bizarre birds in South America. The fifth segment starts in the Orinoco Delta where we will be told about the secrets of the rainforest by a Warao indian guide. Going south will meet the most powerful bird of prey on earth, the Harpy eagle. Then going north we will stop at La Cueva del Guácharo, The Oilbird Cave, the home of more that 10.000 oilbirds, strange nocturnal dwellers inhabiting the cave. At last but not least there is Los Roques, one of the few still virgin spots in the Caribbean. We will dive on the Antares Dancer liveaboard boat and also will enjoy the countless entertainment possibilities in this paradise.

Masaguaral is a private cattle ranch in the middle of Venezuela, in the high Llanos. Half a century ago its owner took the decision to ban hunting and to share cattle farming with the protection of the fauna in the area and it has been maintained so during decades. This makes Masaguaral a sort of open zoo where the wildlife flourishes without the threatening of man. Several stories are told in this documentary that guide us to the understanding of the environment. The first one is the breeding in captivity of the Orinoco Crocodile, hunted almost to extinction in the basin for its skin. The whole 18 months period process is shown, from the egg collection to the final release in the rivers of the basin. Many different interesting birds and mammals are presented in different environments, showing unique behaviors in places such as the forest, the savanna and the marshes. Feeding habits, reproduction strategies, interaction among predators and prey and the breeding phases of several species are presented in outstanding photography with great field sounds recording. The life around water copses shows the interaction between birds and many mammals such as the giants rodents of the neotropic and the felines in a daily struggle to survive. The stories are all interrelated and dozens of species are shown in shots never seen before. All this with an interesting and attractive narration describing this unique animals paradise.

The Orinoco Delta is the third largest delta in the world behind the Amazon. Five intrepid expeditionaries take the decision to kayak the Orinoco Delta in a 200 miles journey along seven days. Chris Patterson, a Venezuelan resident adventurer, his brother Phil , a Scottish comedian and friend Brendan , Alexandra, a Venezuelan photographer and “Piña”, a warao guide, jump into the kayaks with minimum luggage, food and support gear to chase rain, the burning sun, chill, and adversity to test themselves to their limits in this never made journey to the atlantic ocean to arrive to the Atlantic coast in front of the island of Trinidad. They visit and stay in warao houses and share their lifestyle. They enjoy the exhilarating nature and wildlife, they eat their food, listen at their little know music, sleep in hammocks and discover one of the most pristine and still innocent Indian tribes in South America, the second largest in Venezuela with 24.000 members.
This documentary travels through six of the best diving spots in the Caribbean. We start at Morrocoy National Park, one of the most sought after places by scuba divers in the north western Venezuela and the most important mangrove system in the southern Caribbean. Then we jump to the diving paradise of Bonaire, one of the three Dutch Caribbean jewels in the southern Caribbean and the home of the diving freedom. Los Roques is an archipelago of pristine coral islands located 100 miles east of Bonaire along the chain of the Lesser Antilles. The abundance and diversity of species in its waters is hardly surpassed by a handful of other Caribbean destinations. Discover what the Caribbean was like 30 years ago. Cozumel is the largest inhabited island of México and legendary since Jacques Cousteau made a documentary in 1961. It is very notable for the underwater visibility and the health of its reefs. A trip to Chichén-Itzá shows us one of the best preserved Mayan ruins in the whole empire. The Cayman islands are renowed among divers because of its vertical walls. One of the most thrilling experiences in the world is diving in Stingray City, an experience that will last forever. A visit to the Turtle Farm and the Botanical Gardens will give us another reason to visit Grand Cayman. The Bahamas is a well know destination for divers due to the many chances to see sharks and other big animals. We will aboard the Nekton and experience the diving freedon along the course of the northern Bahamas. Dolphins, rays, turtles and sharks are to be seen in this documentary, along with thousands of fish in several wrecks.

To fly, essence of the avian world, fueling, getting vegetable matter, meat-eating birds, getting food in the water, communication, reproduction, parenthood, birds and men. Fifty minutes of the most exciting adventure, discover the life of birds in the most diverse environment. More than a decade of research and shooting in natural habitats, a hundred and fifty species, exceptional behaviors, stunning close-ups, all through a precise end entertaining narrative. A documentary to enhance your birds video library.

More than 5 years of behavioral research and field work has led to this extraordinary documentary that contains the most striking features of the life of hummingbirds. recordings in high-definition video in Panama, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Perú and Brazil provide unique shots, close-ups never seen before, the morphology of hummingbirds, nutrition and metabolism, scenes of behavior, the relationship with the flowers, its adaptability to the environment. A unique piece in its style, so updated and modern that is meant to be a landmark and a reference in Conservation, Education and Entertainment.