Production Company: Plimsoll Productions
Broadcaster: National Geographic, Disney+, Hulu
Release Date: 2023
Length: 7 x 45 mins
Photos: Toby Pickard
Wild Bus Films helped manage and execute multiple shoots for this ambitious new series. From the nuts and bolts – providing kit, logistical support, insurance and permit applications to high calibre camera and drone operators (Eiko Jones, Nick Dietrich, Kai White, Mitch Winton, Oliver Richards, Megan Hockin-Bennet, Tom Poole), Producers (Jemma Titheridge, Louisa Gilbert) and tech/DIT support (Kai White).
We respectfully acknowledge that filming took place within the traditional and unceded territories of British Columbia, Vancouver Island and Alberta. Including the Sts’ailes, Seabird Island, Cheam, Douglas, Leg’a;mel, Samahquam, Sq’ewlets, and Skatin First Nations. Ligwiłda’xw people; the We Wai Kai, Wei Wai Kum, Kwiakah and Coast Salish Nations. Lil'wat and Squamish Nations, Sinixt, the Secwepemc, the Syilx, and the Ktunaxa First Nations. As well as Treaty 7: the Stoney Nakoda (Bearspaw, Chiniki, and Wesley), Blackfoot Confederacy (Kainai, Piikani, and Siksika), and Tsuut'ina Nations.
"We've been delighted to work with the Wild Bus Films team on our latest blue chip Natural History project at Plimsoll Productions. Their local knowledge has been invaluable in helping us pull together a variety of complex shoots on land, in rivers and out at sea around Vancouver Island, Canada. Many thanks for a fantastic service everyone, we look forward to working with you again soon!"