2014

1 x 60 minutes

Japan's Wild Year

Japan is synonymous with crowded high tech cities. In fact 73% of Japan is uninhabited forests, mountains and coast lines. Here a great diversity of wildlife ekes out an existence adapted to a country with great extremes of climate. From the tropics in the south to the sub-arctic climate of Hokkaido island. From the northernmost primates in the world, the Snow Monkeys, Bears, giant Hornets and the weird goat-antelope Serow, to the iconic Red-headed crane and the abundant Cherry Salmon, the life blood of Japanese rivers.

Co-production with National Geographic International

Production

Kyle Murdoch

Executive in Charge of Production

Kyle Murdoch

Andrew Waterworth

Executive Producer

Andrew Waterworth

Lorne Townend

Producer and Writer

Lorne Townend

Stacey Robertson

Production Manager

Stacey Robertson

Lemuel Lyes

Archive Producer

Lemuel Lyes

Marcus Turner

Researcher & Annotator

Marcus Turner

Jack Woon

Editor

Jack Woon

Lynette Shingleton

Editor

Lynette Shingleton

Japan's Wild Year
Japan's Wild Year
Japan's Wild Year
Japan's Wild Year