CALL OF THE WILD DOCUMENTARY SERIES
Written, directed and presented by Vincent Hyland
Wildlife footage/underwater footage: Vincent Hyland
Produced and filmed by David Pembroke
Sound and Wildlife Consultancy: James Pembroke
Broadcast on RTE ONE in 2020 and now available to watch here.
Filmed in North and South Kerry and Galway, Ireland.
© 2015 - 2020
Anthropogenic effects from plastic on Ireland's Marine Ecosystems and Wildlife. Investigating marine plastic pollution and its effects on seabirds, fish, whales and dolphins.
High intensity and uncontrolled fires are decimating our local wildlife. This programme investigates the cause of these fires, what is being done to ensure that fires are controlled and in-season and how we can avoid harming our wildlife.
Ireland's biosecurity is threatened by invasive species. This program takes a look at some of these 'Alien Invaders' and their effects on Ireland's endemic species.
In this episode we take a look at some of Ireland's inshore marine life. From giant Basking Shark to Little Cuttlefish, the seas are alive with creatures, people rarely see.
Diving at night in Ireland's inshore waters is both exhilarating and creepy. Imagine being surrounded in the deep dark with nothing to keep you company other than the sound of your exhaled air bubbles as they make for the surface. As you wander through the night underwater, the beam of your torchlight attracts many creatures. Meet the John Dory, the Compass Jellyfish, sleeping Wrasse, swimming crabs that use modified claws to swim away from danger and the amazing little Cuttlefish, a master of camouflage that buries itself in the sand and uses its tentacles to scoop sand to further bury itself.