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Landmark wildlife series narrated by Ewan McGregor. The Highlands may appear a wild and unforgiving place, but for millennia people have lived alongside wild animals here, sharing the same weather, seasons and landscapes. For many years, the impact of humans on the landscape has been damaging, with forests cut down, seas warming and many iconic species like the wolf and bear vanishing. But now things are changing and people are working to put back what we've lost. Humans are finding ways of protecting the Highlands' precious ospreys, eagles, red kites, seabirds and dolphins. Never before has so much work been done to restore the wild Highlands to its full glory. Highlands: Scotland's Wild Heart | Series 1 Episode 4 | BBC

 

 

 

 

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Charlie's favorite spot is Chanin repoint a shingle spit sticking straight out into the Murray Firth when the Atlantic salmon begin their spawning runs the Dolphins gather here on a rising tide if you time it right you can enjoy one of Scotland's most extraordinary wildlife spectacles the bottlenose dolphins have figured out a method of hunting where if they wait for an incoming obtained as attained rushes past the tip of this peninsula it creates tremendous whirlpools and Eddie's and the migratory salmon are coming through this area seemed to congregate in one narrow spot and the Dolphins Bishop we wait on this tidal current almost like a supermarket conveyor belt bringing the food to ones then every now and again a dolphin will take a fish that it's not quite comfortable swallowing so what it's got to do it has got to physically regurgitator and then we swallow it it can sometimes take a dolphin 45 minutes 50 minutes to swallow a really large fish but it's worth it because that huge packet of protein and nutrition it's what spending the time putting that and down your stomach because you don't know where you're going to get the next one from

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