National Geographic: Climbing Redwood Giants

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Climbing Redwood Giants tells the story of a man obsessed with monster redwoods. To say that Humboldt State University's Steve Sillett likes redwoods is like saying Edmund Hillary was keen on mountains or Jacques Cousteau had a fondness for the sea. Just when Steve Sillett thinks he's climbed and measured the tallest living tree on earth, another one turns up in a hidden valley of California and breaks the record. Sillett, the first researcher to explore the redwood canopy, awaits the analysis of a new aerial survey that may point to the next record-breaker. As Sillett studies redwoods limb by limb, explorer Mike Fay is charting the entire redwood range step by step to get a sense of the past and future of the world's tallest living trees.
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
See a habitat that you did not know existed
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
See a habitat that you did not know existed
Widescreen format
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
See a habitat that you did not know existed
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Featuring Steve Sillet and Mike Fay
Filmed in and around the trees
See a habitat that you did not know existed
Widescreen format
Bonus program: Wildlife War USA: Elk Harvest (25 mins.)