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Bats and Boas in the Dark  | Inside Nature

Bats and Boas in the Dark | Inside Nature

By Micah Moen 12 Comments April 1, 2020

(relaxing guitar music) – Our story with Cuba goes back to 2010. We made a film on the Cuban Missile Crisis. While there, I just got entranced with Cuba. Seeing all these wilderness regions and the wildlife that was there piqued my interest. – I definitely had my reservations before going there. We were going […]

Vancouver, British Columbia—on the Edge of Nature

Vancouver, British Columbia—on the Edge of Nature

By Micah Moen 13 Comments April 1, 2020

When I’m in the forest I pray and I thank the forest for what it has given me in my life, and I take a personal responsibility to educate people about the forest as well as play an active role in preserving it. Stanley Park the Village of S-kway xwiy is literally a gathering place […]

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How surfboards connect us to nature | Small Thing Big Idea, a TED series

How surfboards connect us to nature | Small Thing Big Idea, a TED series

By Micah Moen 36 Comments February 17, 2020

Transcriber: Brian Greene Reviewer: Krystian Aparta Riding a wave is like suddenly gaining speed and gliding at the same time. Like walking on water, like flying. I think it’s really about being one with a natural phenomenon. [Small thing. Big idea.] The surfboard requires a lot of ergonomic thinking. How do I stand on it? […]

Nature and culture in Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

Nature and culture in Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

By Micah Moen 2 Comments February 10, 2020

[Native Hawaiian chant] E ala e, ka lā i ka hikina I ka moana, ka moana hohonu Pi‘i ka lewa, ka lewa nu‘u I ka hikina, aia ka lā E ala e! [chant continues] [Kimokeo Kapāhulehua] It’s very significant that science with Hawaiian Island Humpback Whale Sanctuary plays a big big role with culture and […]

The Nature of Lightning: Protecting Yourself at Sea and on Land

The Nature of Lightning: Protecting Yourself at Sea and on Land

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 6, 2020

This is a video about lightning avoidance and reducing risk factors if you are hit. It is a subject which has fascinated us since a neighboring yacht in Papua New Guinea was nearly sunk by a strike 40 years ago. We live in Arizona, one of the most lightning prone regions on the planet. Although […]

【海の生き物解説】イシダイはホントはウニを食べない!?釣り餌にされるウニとの意外な関係!【Sea creatures】Explain the ecology of “Striped beakfish”

【海の生き物解説】イシダイはホントはウニを食べない!?釣り餌にされるウニとの意外な関係!【Sea creatures】Explain the ecology of “Striped beakfish”

By Micah Moen 15 Comments February 5, 2020

Play with Striped beakfish Are you hiding? I found it! Oh? Who is this? Hello everyone In the shooting of Striped beakfish, I also met Spotted Knifejaw

Wildlife cameraman close encounter with a beached orca

Wildlife cameraman close encounter with a beached orca

By Micah Moen 1 Comment February 4, 2020

Others never seem to restore. There’s always a chance a fat seal may be napping close to the edge. A large male orca with its typical six foot triangular dorsal fin, is followed by two females with their smaller curved fins. Orcas live in a matriarchal society. The dominant female leads a group comprised of […]

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