EXPOSED: Extras | Arctic Showdown between a Snowy Owl and an Arctic Fox

Extra | Arctic Showdown

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Released: April 13 2016
Watch an arctic fox and snowy owl square off over a meal on the frozen tundra in the Canadian arctic. Like our new EXPOSED Extras? Want to see more? Please let us know by clicking like, sharing, and commenting below with your thoughts! And don't forget to Subscribe to see more content like this.
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EXPOSED Ep. 4: Searching for Caribou in the Arctic Barren Lands

Episode 4

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Released: March 22 2016
Discover the rugged wilderness in the Canadian Arctic with John as he leads a small group 'north of 60' on the treeless tundra in search of barren-ground caribou and shimmering northern lights. You'll journey along with John deep into the heart of the Arctic hundreds of kilometres from civilization and see firsthand why the barren lands lure only the hardiest adventurers!
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EXPOSED Ep. 3: Canada's War on Wolves - The Alberta Wolf Cull

Episode 3

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Released: February 25 2016
For eleven years the Alberta government has murdered thousands of wolves in the Little Smoky region east of Grande Cache by every means possible, all in the name of conserving caribou. Join John as he visits the Little Smoky and uncovers the grisly truths behind Alberta's wolf cull and suggests what really needs to be done to save the woodland caribou in Alberta and beyond. If you'd like to get involved and take action against the wolf cull and in favour of caribou habitat protection in Alberta and British Columbia, visit exposedwithjohnemarriott.com/takeaction.
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EXPOSED Ep. 2: Grizzly Bears of the Khutzeymateen

Episode 2

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Released: February 04 2016
Take a magical journey with John into the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest to Canada’s first and only protected grizzly bear sanctuary, the Khutzeymateen, in northern British Columbia. With limited exposure to humans, no exposure to industrialization, and a wealth of grizzly bears and other wildlife, John shows you firsthand why the Khutzeymateen holds such a special place in the hearts of wildlife photographers.
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EXPOSED Ep. 1: Stop the B.C. Grizzly Trophy Hunt

Episode 1

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Released: January 21 2016
Join John on the Stewart-Cassiar Highway in northern British Columbia, home to the densest concentration of grizzly bear hunting mortality in the entire province. Like many roads in BC, hunters are allowed to shoot a bear just 15 metres from the centre of the highway. John takes issue with this roadside hunting and with the grizzly bear trophy hunt in general, pointing out that hunters rarely eat grizzly meat and that most of these dead bears end up as a head mounted on a wall. If you’d like to get involved and take action against the grizzly trophy hunt, visit http://exposedwithjohnemarriott.com/take-action https://www.facebook.com/expsedjem/ https://www.instagram.com/johnemarriott/
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Get exposed to the world of one of Canada's premier professional wildlife and nature photographers. EXPOSED with John E. Marriott is the culmination of his life’s work — a documentary-style, no-holds-barred web series in which John profiles his favourite locations and subjects, shares tips and how-tos for aspiring photographers, and tackles the important and controversial issues in wildlife conservation.