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Universum BBC Discovery Documentary - Hohe Tauern National Park Austria

 UNIVERSUM DOCUMENTARY

"Hohe Tauern National Park"

Voiceover: Andrew Golder

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The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine 
The Treasure of the Alps - National Park Hohe Tauern
Schatz der Hohen Tauern, Der HDTV 

1 x 50 min.

coproduction: Interspot and ORF in association with Lebensministerium, BR and Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
year(s) of production: 2007 
author: Franz Hafner 
director: Franz Hafner

When the first humans advanced into the Alps, they encountered dense, primeval forests. Over the centuries, they cleared the woodlands, created fields and pastures, and built their villages higher and higher in the mountains.
These farmers were followed by many wild animals that found a new habitat in the changed landscape: wood grouse occupied the forest glades, rock partridges filled the mountain meadows, and red deer populated the alpine pastures. For some wild animals that had been sparse in the ancient forests human intervention created significant extensions to their habitats. This documentary is a portrait of the coexistence of alpine