Videos

NFA Landscape Type Videos illustrate best examples found within the Northern Forest. More Videos includes videos of our filming aircraft and unusual features within the Northern Forest such as impacts by man and beavers in Altered Wetlands and Beaver Chains. Videos of Peatlands-Historical include flights over bogs and peatlands, providing a permanent record of bog condition on dates flown, useful for observing climate change effects over time.

1080p video shooting began in 2007 and we now shoot 4K and 6K from our AirCam (specialized camera airplane) and 2 drones. We periodically replace some older footage.

Important! Click the gear symbol in lower right corner of video to select highest resolution appropriate for your computer or device, up to 2160p (4K).

Maine’s Big Musquash Stream’s extensive bog and fen wetlands filmed in 4k. Showing several miles…
2018 fire at Altona Flat Rock Barrens. A best example of the 20 jack pine…
A Glacial trough carved between two mountains in Northern Vermont created Lake Willoughby and gave…
Rocky Hills, Slides and Cliffs of the Northern Forest filmed in 4k. A visual sampling…
A walk into Barnum Pond Bog, from the treed canopy at the southern edge to…
UPDATED 4k video showing the Follensby Pond property within New York’s Adirondack Park. Follensby Pond,…
Bloomingdale Bog. Differences between Bogs and Fens explained. A NY bog highly impacted by roads,…
Bands of fens and treed levees formed over thousands of years since glaciers retreated at…
A short 4k film with music showing the float equipped turbo AirCam from special camera…
An Introduction to Primary Forests, narrated, showing Lowland Conifers, Northern Hardwoods, and Upland (Montane) Conifers…
A film describing the process of capturing 4k aerial video for the Atlas project.¬† Includes…
Montane Conifers, narrated, filmed in 4K during the spectacular 2016 peak fall colors. ¬†Filmed from…

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