Humans are an important part of the story of Colorado's National Parks. Some used the abundant natural resources to make it home. Others used ingenious methods to adapt to the harsh environments. Still others recognized the wonder of these places and sought to preserve them for future generations. The common denominator for humans across cultures - and through time - is the power the National Parks of Colorado have on the human spirit.
Episode Duration: 55 minutes and 46 seconds
Episode Number: 103
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Narrated by Grammy-winning country music star Kathy Mattea, "Heart of the World: Colorado's National Parks" tells the stories of five of the most amazing parks on the planet.
Each episode elegantly fuses together the natural histories of each park (approximately 10 -12 minutes per park, per program).
The three-hour documentary series combines stunning photography of the parks filmed through the seasons; breathtaking helicopter aerials; inspirational on-camera interviews; outstanding wildlife shots that include bears, bighorn sheep, moose and elk; and fascinating 3D graphics to tell the stories of five of the most remarkable places on the planet.
Ten-time Grammy nominee Peter Kater created the moving and poignant musical score.
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