The Wadden Sea - Living on the Edge

Nature & Wildlife 4 x 45' or 1 x 95' 2020 4K

The Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most fascinating and unique natural habitats in the world. This four-part documentary series and feature film takes viewers on a journey through the interplay of tides and the rich wildlife that inhabits this stunning coastal region. Home to approximately 5,000 species of flora and fauna, this mysterious, highly dynamic shifting place can host up to 6. 1 million birds at one time, and 10 -12 million each year pass through this marine “runway”. Packed with emotions, humour and astonishing visuals, the documentary reveals the intricacies of this fragile ecosystem. From the vast flocks of birds that migrate here to the seals and other marine mammals that call this area home, the film captures the beauty of the Wadden Sea and the endless interplay between water and earth in the northern edge of Europe as never seen before.

Produced by

Ruben Smit Productions

Languages

English, Dutch

Broadcasters

BNNVARA

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