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).

A film describing hemlock old growth forests in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and New York’s Adirondack…
Forested alluvial corridors of NY’s Adirondack Park are representative of the those found throughout the…
NEW 4K. Showing sections of Oswegatchie and St Regis Rivers of NY’s Adirondack Park, including…
Fall color change over the Chubb River. A series of flights flown approximately 1 week…
A reference video, showing 74 common plants found in fens within the Great Lakes region.…
Exploring more peatlands, Bog Ponds and Shoreline Bogs of NY’s Adirondack Park looks at the…
A tour of large open peatlands in NY’s Adirondack Park with a detailed description of…
NEW!  Narrated.  Documents flights over Spring Pond Bog, Massawepie Mire, and Bay Pond Bog  in…
Flying and sampling water for a multi-year study of nitrogen deposition in ADK lakes.  Samples…
An indepth review of methods and results of a multi-year study of the impact of…
Documents a flight over the Bloomingdale Bog complex on 7/20/2016, showing the lowland conifer concentration…
Documents flights over Spring Pond Bog and Massawepie Mire in NY’s Adirondack Park, two of…

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