- published: 01 Jul 2015
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Just a little video of wildlife you may encounter in Honduras
Honduras natural wonders are not to be missed. Ecotourism abounds with numerous national parks, marine reserves, wildlife refuges, pristine lakes, waterfalls and more. This video showcases a select few of these must-see spots, including Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge, Pico Bonito National Park, Lake Yojoa, Pulhapanzak Falls, Cerro Azul Meamber National Park, and Jeanette Kawas National Park. (This video was filmed in July and August 2009, in conjunction with the Honduras Institute of Tourism. Underwater footage courtesy of Strange Media.)
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While traveling throughout Honduras, travelers will encounter a number of opportunities to interact with animals of the land, sea and sky. In this video, you'll get a closer look at horseback riding at Finca el Cisne near Copán Ruinas, snorkeling with dolphins at the Roatán Institute for Marine Sciences, up-close-and-personal experiences with macaws at Macaw Mountain Bird Park in Copán Ruinas, and interaction with white-faced capuchin monkeys at Gumbalimba Park in Roatán. (Filmed in July 2009, in conjunction with the Honduras Institute of Tourism.)
Journeying to the heart of the rainforest Nick Baker encounters a white tent-making bats huddled under a leaf. Amazing footage from the BBC's Deep into the Wild series. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos and watch more high quality videos on the new BBC Earth YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/bbcearth
Utila is a little Caribbean island that is renowned for its amazing marine wildlife and diving opportunities. With more than eighty diving sites around the island and the second largest Barrier Reef in the world, Utila is also one of the cheapest places to get a PADI certification. It has dive shops set up all over the island that are also hostels. The island has a great party vibe, with something happening every night. For scuba divers backpacking Central America, it's the number one destination. Filmed with a DJI Phantom 3 Standard & Gopro Hero 4 Silver. Music: Palmtree by Mandelbarth Please like my page to follow me as I travel the world one video at a time! Alexandra Champagne http://www.champagneroads.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/champagneroads Instagram: http://instagram...
As an Excursion from Norwegian Cruise Line you can go to Gumbalimba National Park in Roatan, Honduras. This is ALOT of fun and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in seeing what it is like, or someone who just enjoys wildlife! In this video you will see a woman get peed on (at the beginning) Lots of Monkeys, and a Honduran Rabbit (Large Rat thing). Filmed entirely with GoPro Hero2
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Protect the most fragile species by JEAN HERCE
A wildlife documentary on the reptiles of the Cayos Cochinos, Honduras. Filmed in July 2012 the documentary looks at the endangered Black-chested Spiny-tailed Iguana (Ctenosaura melanosterna) and the Hog Island Boa (Boa constrictor imperator) amongst others. A film by Sam Hopes, filmed in cooperation with Operation Wallacea and the Honduran Coral Reef Foundation (HCRF).
Operation Wallacea runs conservation research expeditions to 14 different countries worldwide. These expeditions are designed with specific wildlife conservation aims in mind - from identifying areas needing protection, through to implementing and assessing conservation management programmes. What is different about Operation Wallacea is that large teams of university academics who are specialists in various aspects of biodiversity or social and economic studies are concentrated at the target study sites giving volunteers the opportunity to work on a range of projects. There are two week expeditions available at each of the sites for 16-18 year old students and are ideal for those studying biology, geography, environmental courses or simply with an interest in conservation. These expedit...
Join award winning photographer Jason Lanier for a shoot at the ancient Mayan Ruins of Copan in Honduras with the macaw birds using the Sony A6300 and three different full frame lenses! PLEASE THUMBS UP, SHARE, LEAVE A COMMENT, AND SUBSCRIBE!! Jason had the opportunity to visit and shoot Copan and when he found the Macaw birds that inhabit the area he fell in love with them. This video will show you how Jason takes an unconventional approach to shooting these beautiful birds that are definitely a handful. Jason uses the Sony A6300 with three different full frame FE lenses. The 70-200 f/4, the 90mm macro, and the 50mm FE f/1.4. Paired on the A6300, all three of these lenses have a 1.5 times crop factor making the 70-200 a 105-300, the 90mm macro a 135mm, and the 50mm a 75mm equivalent...
C'est dans un petit train antique que nous sommes partis du village portant le nom de "La Union" en direction de la réserve (voir vidéo: https://youtu.be/ZUOhuswGnoQ). Une fois rendus à la réserve, nous enfilons une veste de sauvetage car nous allons en bateau dans les mangroves avoisinantes afin d'observer la faune et la flore. Encore une fois, le paysage est vraiment sensationnel et nous empruntons plusieurs canaux à la recherche de tout ce qui bouge! :) Plus de deux 200 espèces d'oiseaux ont été répertoriés dans ce refuge et on y retrouve également un large éventail d'animaux sauvages. Nous avons pu apercevoir entre autres des singes hurleurs, des aigrettes bleues, des hérons et même des tortues. ********************************************************************* PLUS DE VIDÉOS...