• Conservation Media: A Landscape of Stories

    Welcome to Conservation Media, a 21st Century storytelling resource for the conservation professional. Do you want to communicate cutting edge conservation science in a highly compelling way? You’ve come to the right place. We can help you strategically target funders, policy-makers, specific stakeholders, or the general public. We offer serious, […]

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  • Livestock Guardian Dogs

    Livestock Guardian Dogs, LGDs, are proven to work in non-leathal predator deterrence. Learn about several different Old World breeds, each with a specific set of behaviors and traits that combine to help ranchers co-exist with wolves, coyotes, bears, and lions. Visit People and Carnivores to learn more.

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  • A Road Through the Woods

    Inspired by a Rudyard Kipling poem, this ultra-short film, a meditation on road reclamation in wild landscapes is a work of art in and of itself. Take 60-seconds to enjoy the resilience of nature!

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  • PEAK to PEAK

    Researcher Jack Hogg has studied bighorn sheep for over 30 years. In that time, he has come to know the species like few other people ever will. Follow Jack on a delightful journey watch baby bighorn lambs at play, as he discusses what a changing climate might mean for the […]

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  • CROSSROADS

    Can we balance our energy needs and the conservation of wildlife? What about oil & gas development in sage-grouse country? Conservation Media produced this short film for Montana Audubon who asks exactly that. Spend a few minutes getting to know the sage-grosue and how we might actually make the iconic […]

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  • DISTURBANCE

    Smokey Bear taught us that fires destroy the forest, but science knows something different. This award-winning film shows a different side of severely burned forests, one you may never have guessed exists. Beetles that can detect fires from up to 100 miles away? Bird that only live in burned forests? […]

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  • Restoring Bison – A Hunter’s Perspective

    The American bison is no doubt an iconic animal of the High Plains. Once numbering in the hundreds of millions, they have all but disappeared from the landscape. Can we restore them in the remaining wild landscapes? Several conservation organizations think it is not only possible, but they are working […]

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  • UM Wildlife Biology – Mark Hebblewhite, PhD.

    UM Wildlife Biology 75th – Mark Hebblewhite from Conservation Media on Vimeo.

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  • Stan & Iris: The Movie

    This is the story of Stan and Iris. It’s a CSI whodunit, a blue chip wildlife doc, and a live-streaming love story. Stan and Iris, however, are not your ordinary ospreys. They have a devoted following of thousands on Facebook and last year their dramatic life unfolded before the world’s […]

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  • The Wildlife Society – 75 Years and Counting

    Now celebrating its 75th anniversary, The Wildlife Society promotes science-based wildlife management and conservation by providing young and seasoned professionals alike with information, training, and policy outreach designed to protect wildlife resources. Growing larger every year, The Wildlife Society unites professionals dedicated to sustaining wildlife and its habitats worldwide. The […]

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At Conservation Media, our goal is to help you communicate your science to peers, the public, and policy-makers through filmmaking, photography, writing, and communication workshops. Our award-winning film production services include both web and full HD broadcast production. Our photography includes powerful hi-res images that develop a sense of place, strong characters, and show your conservation science in action. Our writing includes custom web copy, blog content, and more. And our new Narrative of Science workshops give conservation professionals the insight they need to craft rich, penetrating communication strategies using traditional narrative structures and techniques.