– 喔 在那儿暂停一下 就在那儿暂停
– Oh, pause it right there, pause it right there.
there is a great shot,
and what you’re about to see how we would get some of those
up close to the camera animal shots,
the original selfie stick.
– What? Your original selfie stick?
– 不对 据我所知那可是我发明的自拍杆
– No, I invented the selfie stick,as far as I’m concerned.
# 燃烧吧 #
♪ Fire~ ♪
# 山上的篝火 #
♪ a fire on the mountain ♪
[cheerful country music]
Welcome back to Base Camp,
the show where we don’t actually camp,
but instead, we sit inside of this room
where there’s a fire that kind of looks like a campsite
and we dissect an old episode, right?
– 讲得太好了- 太好了
– That was great.- Great.
哦 我想说那壁炉挺暖和的我的意思是 这边有点儿太热了
Look, I will say the fire is warm, I mean, it’s getting pretty hot over here.
– Yeah, maybe we should just stare at the fire for a little while.
I don’t think the audience wants to do that.
So right now we’re at our home away from home,
101BK, one of our favorite restaurants here in Columbus, Ohio,
who is so graciously hosting us for this series.
We actually dive into old episodes,
dissect them and tell you guys what it took to make’em
and how difficult it really was.
– I’m honestly just here for the coffee.
– It is good coffee, right?
– It’s really good and what are you drinking?
– I’m drinking water.
– That’s true.
– Coyote doesn’t drink coffee,
– Can you imagine what you would be like if you were on caffeine?
– I would be bouncing off the walls inside of this restaurant right now.
– 对 大家总这样问
– Yeah, people ask like,” Does
Coyote eat like “ a lot of candy, is he on a sugar high?” No,
– 不 那只是…… – 我就是那样的- 你一直都是精力特充沛
No, that’s just,- That’s just me. – you’re full go all the time.
– 这都是胡子的力量！- 呵呵
– It’s beard power.- [laughing]
Okay, so the episode that we are looking at today
就像我们常说的 虽然旧但很好 是真正的经典
is as we say, an oldie but a goodie, a true classic,
do you guys have any ideawhich episode we got?
– 跟你们说一下 其实我们并知道
– Yeah, we don’t know, just so you guys know,
we don’t know what videos we’re gon na watch, before these start,
– 是狼叔选的视频 我们只是来喝咖啡的
Coyote picks them, we just show up for the coffee.
– Can we guess?
– 不行 那得猴年马月了 我们有差不多三百多个视频呢
– No, that would take forever, we have like over 300 videos.
– 也是哦- 你觉得
– Yeah, that’s right.- Oh.
– I don’t think we have time for that,
so I’m just gon na tell you guys,
we are headed back to Montana – Oh.
– to revisit one of themost adorable mammals
we’ve ever featured on theBrave Wilderness channel,
Bucky the black bear.
– 原来是那只熊 八奇！- 喔！
– Bucky the bear!- Oh!
– 对！- 哦 天呐
– That’s right.- Oh man.
– 你们还记得八奇吗？- 当然！
– You guys remember Bucky?- Oh yeah.
– And maybe you remember this.
(making a baby bear impression)
– 我记得- 我不记得了
– I do remember that.- I don’t remember that.
– 你不记得录视频的时候 因为八奇话太多
– You don’t remember all the audio difficulty we had filming this episode,
because Bucky had so much to say?
– I don’t remember itbeing difficult at all.
– This was one of the most difficult episodes we ever filmed,
so let’s take a look at that episode and I think
it’s gon na bring back some of those memories of what
it really took to film with a baby bear.
– 好的 开始吧
– Alright, here we go.
– Roll the footage.
I’m Coyote Peterson, that’s–(baby bear calling) See,
there’s thesound right there.
– [Mario] I hear it.
– 我以为我们需要这段呢- 它出现了！
– I thought we wanted that.- There it is.
– [马克] 我们不想要这熊的叫声吗？
– [Mark] We didn’twant the bear noises?
– [狼叔] 不要这段 编辑实在太麻烦了
– [Coyote] No, not for editing purposes.
– [马克] 噢 我觉得那段挺好的
– [Mark] Oh, Ithought that was good.
– [狼叔] 后期制作对我们来说
– [Coyote] This was a nightmare for us
editing in post production,
the bear making noises here and making noises there
and they’re not lining up with anything that was going on.
– [马克] 看这些布景镜头过得多快
– [Mark] Look how quickly those setup shots are.
– 是哦 暂停 在这暂停一下
– Oh yeah, pause that,pause that for a second.
It’s amazing to thinkthat today we use drones,
we get these epic environmental shots,
Back then we were like,
hurry up and get to the animal,
好像都是 替换镜头 替换镜头 替换镜头
it’s like, B roll shot, B roll shot, B roll shot.
– 那时候我们的视频比现在的短多了- 对
– Well, our videos used to be much shorter back then. – Right.
I mean, you know, like the YouTube standard
was more like a five to seven minute video,
today it’s over 10,
所以我们现在能真正展开好多故事情节那太棒了 – 对
so it’s great we can actually develop the story a lot – Right.
– 时间长些 就好多了
– you know, longer and a lot better,
but it is fun to watch these old videos,
’cause they’re full go, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, all the way through.
The voiceovers were actually a lot more difficult to write,
back then they had to be this short,
I like being able to write the more epic, add interest to the show.
Here we go.
– [Mark] Bozeman.
– 看那只鹰的镜头- 噢
– Look at that hawk shot.- Oh.
[狼叔] 记得你拍它的时候吗 马里奥？
– [Coyote] Remember whenyou got that, Mario?
– 喔 一只松貂- 是啊 一只小松貂
– Oh, a pine marten.- Yeah, a little pine marten.
– 那是亚当- 灰熊
– There’s Adam.- Grizzly bear.
– 噢 他在这儿呢- 噢
– Oh, there he is.- Oh.
– [Coyote] He was alwayslicking his paws too.
[马克] 太可爱了 可他是个暴脾气[狼叔] 他真的是
– [Mark] So cute, but he was a firecracker. – [Coyote] He really was.
那耳朵得多痒啊 噢 嘿！哥们儿
How itchy is his ear, oh hey, buddy.
[马克] 那时八奇还是幼崽 不是小型的熊
[Mark] Bucky was a cub, but not a small bear.
No, pause it for a second.
Bucky was like the size of a German Shepherd, guys,
he’s still considered like a black bear cub, a baby bear,
but his claws and his teeth, like if he was just like,
“Mario, I don’t like the way you’re looking at me.”
– 是啊 母熊已经给他断奶了
– Yeah, she was already weaned,
so he had his claws, he had his teeth, he was ready to go.
so like, a bite from Bucky is not a bite you want.
No, that’s the end of the episode,
I guess we could have started bite episodes here,
But you do not wanna be bitten by a black bear.
I guess this is an important spot to note,
Bucky is a bear from a wildlife sanctuary, right?
and Bucky is actually a rescue,
somebody had him as a pet, so had him this size,
whether they took it from a den or he was abandoned by the mother,
we don’t know the exact details of that,
But it grew to the size, it was almost a German shepherd,
then it destroyed a couch,then it destroyed a bedroom
然后 收养它的人说 “好吧 我们养不了一只野生动物”
and the people that had it said, “Okay, we can’t take care of a wild animal.”
是的 那就是你经常可以从养奇异类宠物的人们那里 看到的问题
– Yeah, and that’s the problem a lot of times you see with like people keeping exotic pets
is that they’re cute and cuddly when they ‘re newborns,
– 但是它们长得非常快- 是的
– but they quickly grow- Yeah
– 你懂的 那可不是你能养在家里的动物
– and you know, it’s not something you want in your living room.
– 它们不能一直都保持那么小- 不能
– They don’t make it that small.- No.
– Okay, let’s keep going.
[马克] 噢 [熊宝宝好可爱的样子]
– [Mark] Aw…
– [Mario] I love Bucky’s coat,
you know, he was actuallyblowing out his winter coat at the time
and he had like this cool mohawk
down the whole back and it just made him look so cool.
[狼叔] 他特像土狼[马里奥] 对 对
– [Coyote] He almost looked like a hyena. – [Mario] Yeah, yeah.
– Oh, pause it right there, pause it right there.
There’s a great shot
and what you’re about to see,
how we would get some of those up close to the camera animal shots,
the original selfie stick.
– What? Your original selfie stick?
– No, I invented the selfie stick as far as I’m concerned,
I used to go into the environment,
take a dead branch and secure a camera to it,
– Hold on, hold on.
– and then all of a sudden, out of nowhere selfie sticks popped up.
– So are you claiming you are the original inventor of the selfie stick?
– I am pretty sure that the original design for the selfie stick
was stolen from Breaking Trail episodes
with me putting drift camerason the end of a stick.
我不知道 兄弟 有点儿大言不惭了
– I don’t know, man, that’s pretty bold. – I don’t know. – pretty bold.
Maybe you were the firstperson to use an actual stick as a selfie stick.
– Maybe you just couldn’t afford a real selfie stick?
– I’m pretty sure they didn’t make selfie sticks,
but maybe this is something we should put in the Brave Wilderness store,
the Orignal Selfie Stick,
just food for thought, I’m just saying. Alright,
– 好了 让我们接着看视频吧- 好 接着看八奇
Alright, let’s get back into the episode. – Alright, back to Bucky.
[Coyote] And here comes the success of the selfie stick shot,
look at this, nose shot,
that camera was fascinating to that bear.
Actually, in that instance, he looked like, “Get that camera away from me.”
– Now what is Bucky doing there, let’s stop it right there.
He is searching for wild marshmallows.
Right, that we put there.
Yes, to keep Bucky in the location,
we actually worked with the handlers to bury marshmallows, – little tiny ones.
– upwards 15 marshmallows, that we buried in the soil,
that would actually work asa natural hunting technique for the bear,
foraging technique to help it learn to search for things,
that were buried beneath the surface.
– Yeah and that was the only way to really keep Bucky in one area,
我的意思是 八奇特好奇 到处跑来跑去
I mean, Bucky was so curious, running all over the place,
but I will say this, Bucky was excellent at finding those marshmallows,
他就像一只小松露猪 bing bing bing
he was like a little truffle pig, he was like, bing, bing, bing,
we had to actually [laughs]
I think, replant the marshmallows like three or four times for this video.
– He was vacuuming up those marshmallows unlike anything I’d ever seen.
– We actually ran out, I believe, anyway.
There’s my shadow.
[狼叔] 是啊 到处都是那些影子
[Coyote] Yeah, you know, the shadows were all over the place,
you guys are gonna notice in this episode maybe now
that I’m pointing it out is that this scene
was bouncing from spot to spot to spot,
while it was a good idea to keep the bear
in the area using marshmallows,
it also forced the bear to move all over the place,
so I was constantly like shifting sides,
you watch the continuity of this episode is an absolutely train wreck.
– [Mark] Yeah, yeah. – But in all fairness,
I cut this episode and then Chris, our master editor came in,
split this thing up, you can’t even notice,
that this thing is all over the place.
又是我的影子 我觉得 我们先暂停一下
– My shadow again, I think,we’ll pause it there,
we learned a really important lesson
in videos like this in the early days, that you know,
we couldn’t really control any animal like Bucky,
– [不要拍摄熊]- 你真的不可能要他去做某些事
– [No, don’t do a bear]- you can’t really ask him to do certain things
or stay in a certain spot,
so you really just have to adapt – Yeah.
– and that’s a technique that we use today,
that has really, you know, allowed us to make the videos we’ve made,
back then we were like, we’ve gotta get the light perfect, no shadows,
the animal’s gonna stay right there
and as we found out quickly, that’s not realistic.
– And Bucky was one of the first mammals,
in all fairness we ever worked with, – Yeah.
– and you can’t hold onto a bear,
It’s different when you have a turtle or a snake
你就像 好了 这个场景我控制的不错
and you’re like, okay, I’m pretty much in control of this scene
然后镜头不必疯狂地换角度 – 对
and the cameras don’t have to do anything crazy, – Right.
– You’re not gonna hold onto a baby black bear.
– 所以从本质来讲 拍摄野生动物
– Yeah, so like filming wildlife really in essence
is not something that is in control ever,
– 对的- 总是对野生动物的反应
– Right. – It’s always reacting to the wildlife.
– Yeah, I think now we are often very opportunistic
and just determine what theanimal is gonna accept from us
and we kind of go with the flow, instead of forcing it.
– 是的- 我们接着看视频
– Yep.- Let’s flow with this video.
– [马里奥] 好 我们开始
– [Mario] Alright, here we go.
It is a really cool look, you can see some of the cinnamon coloration in his fur too.
– 有点像水牛棕 或花斑棕- 是的
– Kinda like a buffalo or brindle. – Yeah.
– [马里奥] 有些黑熊其实发深棕色
– [Mario] Some black bearsactually have a very brown–
– 对 肉桂色的阶段
– Right, the cinnamon phase.
– 是 而且经常会和灰熊混淆
– Yeah and often are confusedwith grizzlies.
-[马里奥] 你知道的 八奇运用那种天生的
– [Mario] You know it was great how Bucky was using its like natural like,
觅食技巧做得有多好 – 嗯嗯
kinda foraging behavior,- Hm-mm. – Hm-mm.
– [Mario] digging with its claws.
– [Mark] What was cool too is that, you know,
Bucky was not a small bear, you know,
not a newborn, but was still very much a cub
in the sense that he was getting used to how big he was,
he was growing so quickly andsort of awkward, you know,
just like watching him learn how to be a bear was really interesting,
I thought and you know, you don’t really see a lot of videos with bears this size.
– 他的确是只很好奇的熊宝宝- 是啊
– He was one curious cub, that’s for sure.- Yeah
– [狼叔] 我在这个场景看到了自己的动作
– [Coyote] I watched my movements in this scene,
it’s funny, I would start presenting
就好像这样 好吧 我有句话要表达
and be like, okay, I’ve got a line of dialogue to deliver,
I have this fact in mind
and then I’d turn around and the bear’s like over there
然后就好像 哦 又该挪地方了
and it’s like, oh, gotta move again.
– [Mark] It seems like you were using your selfie stick
as like a barrier between Bucky and you.
-[狼叔] 你懂的 公平点儿讲
– [Coyote] You know, in all fairness, a little bit
and because this is a bearthat was acclimated to humans,
he was still developing in to a mature bear
and the plan was for him to be released back into the wild,
which I do believe has happened at this point,
so you’ll notice I don’t ever make physical contact with the bear
and that was one of the strictrules that the handler said,
“Do not touch the bear,
“we don’t want it to be that acclimated,
“we’re trying to rehabituate it to being a wild animal.”
-[马里奥] 对 所以我们在他周围都很小心
– [Mario] Right, and we were all very cautious around this animal,
we were treating it like wild animal.
– 是的 毕竟是黑熊 观点不错
– Yeah and you know, blackbears, that’s a good point,
black bears in particular are known to be habituated to
humans and human environments
and that’s what actually makes them particularly dangerous.
– You know, often in bear country, you know,
around dumpsters or trash corrals, you get nuisance bears
and that’s what you don’t want to happen,
so we certainly didn’t want Bucky to think that
if I want food, I have to find a human.
– I sure hope that Bucky isn’t jumping into dumpsters,
找药蜀葵吃 就好像 突然从垃圾桶里站起来说
now looking for marshmallows popping up, be like,
“ You guys got some treats for me?”
The last thing you wan na do is
go throw your trash and have a
black bear pop out of the dumpster.
– 绝对不想这种事情发生 [笑声]
– No way. (laughs)
-[狼叔] 哦 这里我在说它的爪子
– [Coyote] Oh, there yougo, I mentioned the claws
and the teeth at thispoint, that’s fitting. Boy,
look at the shadow on my face,
this was like we were still figuring out like the
time of day to shoot with my hat,
because it cast that Zorrotype shadow across my face,
which is honestly really difficult to work with
– 是的- 主要是为了方便你们镜头操作
– Yeah.- for you guys as camera operators.
– [马克] 我们想出了那个带帽子的角色
– [Mark] Well, we developed the character in the hat,
– 对- 在我们实际拍摄之前
– before we’d actually filmed anything- Right.
and then we found out very quickly
– 那顶帽子就是一个影子道具- 对
– that that hat was a shadow prop.- Right.
The cowboy hat does come off, guys,
when I’m not actually filming this stuff,
it’s not glued to my head.
看他挖药蜀葵的样子 它们埋哪儿了 八奇？
Look at him diggingfor marshmallows, where are they, Bucky? Oh,
噢 加油 朋友
get it, buddy.
– [Mario] And this behavior that Bucky is showing,
you know, this is a form of enrichment,
so the trainers would actually take him out to allow him to forage,
-[马里奥] 让他最好准备 随时可能被放到野外
[Mario] getting him ready to potentially be released into the wild.
-[狼叔] 对 那可能是埋在地下的虫子
– [Coyote] Right, it could be, worms that are buried down there,
grubs digging for roots and tubers and stuff like that,
so this is totally natural bear behavior.
– 是的 观点非常好
– Yeah and you know, that’s a good point,
whenever we work with a captive animal,
that’s planned for release back into the wild,
we always try to make sure what we’re filming
is part of its natural routine, – Right.
– we don’t wan na like have the animal do something special or
out of the ordinary just for us.
– Right, that’s a good point to make,
like we didn’t come into this scenario and say,
hey, can we bury marshmallows to get this bear to stay in the location?
This was part of Bucky’s everyday routine,
we just got to be a part of it.
You’ll notice how much the light has changed at this point,
I mean, this episode’s only about five and a half minutes in length,
but I think it took us around an hour and a half to film this one.
-[马克] 是的 看天色都变得多暗了
– [Mark] Yeah, look how dark it was getting.
– [Coyote] Hm-mm.
[马克] 噢 八奇 他仍然会让我微笑
– [Mark] Oh Bucky, hestill makes me smile.
– Yeah, I wonder how big he is today,
I mean, he’s probably a couple of hundred pounds
at this point, this is three and a half years
ago we filmed this.
Look at that tongue.- There he is.
– 哦 小家伙 [笑声] – 是啊
– Oh buddy.(laughing) – Yeah. –
He is very cute, I can see why people wanna get close to baby bears
和它们拍照 – 嗯
to take pictures,- Hm-mm.
– 也许最好提一下 各位
– it’s probably agood point to mention, guys,
it is super imperative that you never try
to take a selfie with a bear,
I don’t care what the species is.
– Especially a baby bear.
– Especially a baby bear, you guys seen The Revenant?
That’s a very real scenario that could happen,
where a mother bear will attack a human aggressively,
sometimes fatally to make sure that her cubs are safe
and all species of bears will defend their young.
– 绝对的- 对对 特别是熊有那种
– Absolutely.- Yeah, yeah, bears in particular have that instinct,
protect their young, more so than most mammals,
所以在野外要绝对避开幼崽 – 是啊
so like yeah, definitely steer clear of cubs in the wild. – Yeah.
Admire bears from a very safe distance.
That’s a little clunky right there, Coyote.
– [Mark] Look at that shadow on the face.
-[狼叔] 是啊 哦
– [Coyote] Yeah. Oh,
I wouldn’t say that outro was as good
as a rainbow trout episode,
I was kind of back and forth with what worked
and what didn’t work and then it just wraps up,
it still, I watch these old episodes
and I’m expecting some sort of voiceover outro
with more epic B roll shots
and some sort of poignant moment,
– 是的 – 无论是什么照搬就行了就像是那集的结尾
– Yeah. – take away from what it is, it’s like end of the episode,
– here’s a big disclaimer.
– 现在YouTube 的各位都在屏幕上- 对
– Well now, YouTube guys, in screen, – Right.
– 从那些日子开始 时代已经发生了巨大的变化 – 是的
– so like, you know, times have changed dramatically, since these days, – Yeah.
我的意思是 但它仍然是个很酷的视频 -是啊 对
– but I mean, that was a really cool video, – Yeah, right.
– 你们都知道的 和八奇在一块儿
– like you know, Bucky was definitely
a lot of fun to hang out with and
而且无论他现在在哪里 都希望他很好 – 是的
wherever he is now, hopefully he’s doing well. – Yeah.
– I imagine he’s probably out there eating
berries and actually, I guess at this point,
he’s probably hibernating right now.
– 是啊 那对我们来说是个很好的实践
– Yeah, that was a good practice for us,
learning how to work with mammals,
we’ve worked with several mammals since
and as you said, now we’re approaching filming in a different manner,
definitely just kind of allowing the animal to do its thing.
– 是啊 这是毫无疑问的
– Yeah, there’s no question about it,
filming with mammals is the most difficult
最难的重要目标 – 是的
sort of objective we have,- Yeah.
– whether we’re working with a wildlife sanctuary
or we’re trying to get up close to mammals in the wild,
it is a challenge each and every time.
– 是的 通常更可爱些的小动物更具挑战性 对吧？
– Yeah, often the cuter ones are more of a challenge, right?
– 是的- 对
– Yeah.- Right.
– 当然如果你不能抱着的话 即使如果你能抱着某个小动物的话
– And certainly if you can’t hold it, if you can hold something,
“I’m gonna climb up here and all there,”
– 然后就没有连续性了- 对
and then none of the continuity makes sense,- yeah
– 是啊 野生动物不是宠物 它们不喜欢被控制住
– wild animals are not pets, they don’t like to be held.
– Yeah, nothing ever likes to be held.
– 没有 [笑声]- 酷
– No. (laughs)- Well cool,
我觉得那集非常好 – 是的
I feel like that was a pretty good episode, – Yeah.
– taking a look back at Bucky, the baby black bear,
hopefully you guys enjoyed this adventure.
Write in the comments section below,
tell us what episodes you want to see next,
we have a couple of other good classics queued up.
– 经典 – 我觉得现在
– Classics, – I think at this point — –
it makes you feel old when you call them classics.
– Well, I mean, when you’re looking back 300 some videos,
you’re saying this is the first 20 videos that we’ve made,
they’re kind of classics.
– Got a lot more gray in my beard, that’s for sure.
(laughing)- This is true
and I just have a bigger beard at this point,
I kind of look like a baby black bear.
Alright guys, are you ready for the outro?
– 我们开始吧- 你们知道怎么做
– Let’s do it.- You know how to do it.
– I’m Mark Vins.
– I’m Mario Aldecoa.
– Be brave.
– Stay wild.
– We’ll see you on the next Base Camp adventure.
– Getting pretty good at that.
– 嘿 这可能是我们做得最好的了- 是啊
– Hey, that might have been the best one we’ve done yet.- Yeah
– 我们做得越来越好了 你们觉得好吗？
– We’re getting better, was that good for you guys?
– [Cameraman] Yeah!
– 停！- 好了！
– Cut!- Alright.
– [Coyote] I think we can all agree
that Bucky was absolutely adorable
and if you never saw this episode,
make sure to go back and watch Baby Black Bears :
The Teddy Bear of the Forest
and don’t forget, subscribe,
so you can join me and the crew on our next big adventure.
– 喔 在那儿暂停一下 就在那儿暂停