EP_BBCK_Wild France_February 2018
Fascinating, surprising and beautifully filmed, Wild France offers a magical insight into the natural history of this beautiful country. It is a place where thousands of years of history, landscape and nature intertwine to create a world in which humans and wild animals exist alongside each other.
In the Fontainebleau Forest, two deer share a year of complicity before becoming fierce rivals. In the Marais Poitevin, the incredible metamorphosis of the dragonfly takes place overnight. In the Alps, the film follows the first steps of two wolf cubs as the emerge from their den. The series also explores the human link with nature, meeting the people who protect wild animals, forming alliances with them and as a result, revealing enchanting stories. From the depths of the Tarn gorges, to the meandering waterways of the Marais-Poitevin and the beauty of the Corsican islands, this stunning series reveals the magic of the Gallic countryside.