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Ecological documentaries

A startling journey: See our planet’s natural wonders and global environmental problems through the eyes of international film makers.

Bats

The film shows the spectacular and secret world of bats. Armenia is a country which offers ideal living conditions for many bat species among them also very rare and endangered types. Armenia has many caves, old abandoned...Read more ...


Caves Of Armenia

Every day in Armenia, caves are being discovered and they provide clues about ancient history of Armenia. The seven stone doors of the Martabnak Caves (Anthropological News) are now open, and shed light upon this ancient...Read more ...


Birds of Armenia

The film explores the amazing variety of bird species nesting at the Armash Fishponds in Ararat Valley. Though the ponds are artificial lakes and used for intensive fish farming they offer an excellent habitat for many rare birds...Read more ...


Expedition X

The film describes another expedition of the group to Mount Urtsadzor. The primary aim was to explore more about one of the most endangered species living in those paces – the Armenian Moufflon. But you can never predict what is...Read more ...


From Gili to Armash

For decades ago Lake Gili was annihilated. Miraculously, an new natural Lake (Armash) has formed, replacing the lost Gili. This documentary focuses upon the habit of the migratory birds around Lake Armash.  Read more ...


The Vultures Of Armenia

The rich world of vultures is part of Armenia's national heritage. The films documents the habits of vultures' lives, and the difficulties and hardships that these birds face dues to human interventions that harms the natural...Read more ...


The Paradise Land

This film presents the wealth and variety of the natural world of Armenia; it is an attempt to draw attention towards the beauty and charm of this undiscovered land, and also to the environmental problems that exist in our...Read more ...


SunChild TV and the interactive SunChild TV webpage are produced and maintained by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC). SunChild TV is one of FPWC’s numerous initiatives to spread environmental education among the Armenian youth. SunChild TV is the first environmental program for young viewers in the whole South Caucasus region.