We had to make the films from a relatively tight fixed budget in just one year, covering all seasons and shooting all specific species in their natural habitat. The scripts were developed after several on-site visits and professional consultations. Before we could film in the wild, we had to procure special lenses, a pop-up blind, and other specialized pieces of equipment. We managed to record almost every animal and plant species we had previously planned. With well-chosen dramatic elements, we brought color to the footage containing somewhat dry facts. We also made a historical video through cost-effective pre-planning without compromising on quality, produced within record low numbers of worked hours. The biggest challenge was to get every species before the camera – but with the right nature photography and cinematic tools as well as strenuous efforts throughout the four seasons, we finally made it. We received a lot of help from the local experts to capture many species of birds, butterflies, and plants on film.