Lake Constance - Emerald in the Heart of Europe
Year: 2003
Run-Time: 1 x 49 min.

Directed by Alfred Vendl
Written by Alfred Vendl

A co-production of WEGA Film, ORF and bm:bwk in association with WDR
Available worldwide except for Germany and Switzerland

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED) , French (DUBBED) , Spanish (DUBBED)
Format: 16:9 , 16:9 , , 16:9
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Lake Constance - Emerald in the Heart of Europe

Bodensee - Smaragd im Herzen Europas

No other European destination has as many incomingand out-going «flights» as Lake Constance: it'sthe main hub for migratory birds in Western Europe.Over 300 different species pass through everyyear: that's more than a quarter of a million birds.Lake Constance is so large that, standing on oneshore, the Earth's curvature prevents you seeing theopposite bank. This body of water is large enoughto influence the climate, and the soil round about isso fertile it creates its own ecosystem. Red-crestedpochards, whooper swans, alpine swifts - and raccoons:the lake is home to a myriad of species.This film explores the secrets above and below the surface and on the banks of this lake which linksAustria, Germany and Switzerland with no bordersin between.
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