Marmots mostely live in burrows, and hibernate through the winter.  Most marmots are also highly social using whistles to communicate with one another, most notably when alarmed.

Marmots are in fact large squirrels in the genus Marmota.  They mainly eat greens and various types of grasses, berries, flowers, lichens, mosses, and roots.

The latest endeavour in relocating marmots onto a remote mountain top in southeastern Vancouver Island was documented by Mike Mckinlay Productions and George Faulkner Productions in conjunction with the Calgary Zoo. The hike involved a very steep 35 minute ascent following a rocky and harrowing drive up a precarious logging road. Once reaching the area of relocation/reintroduction of the marmots, a helicopter landed and dropped of the marmots to the wildlife biologists to safely corral them into a den amongst the broken rock and grassy terrain of the mountain top.

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Cedar Tree of Life

Cedar Tree of Life has been Nominated for Best Documentary at the Paris Art and Movie Awards! Invoved in the editing and parts of the cinematography, this film was a pleasure to work on with Director Odessa Shuquaya.



A Farm In The Community

Taking on the challenges of modern farming, biologists and farmers re-work the way the land, water, and soil interact with our water systems to improve and rejuvenate our surrounding ecosystems. Directed by Isabelle Groc and produced by Fraser Valley Conservancy.