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A Conservation Media production opens a night of discussion around the use of lead ammunition and its toxicity to scavenging animals such as raptors and condors.

Saving Condors with Non-Lead Bullets

Conservation Media was excited to have our short Park Service kiosk film open a night of discussion around the use of lead ammunition and its direct impact on blood-lead levels in scavenging wildlife, namely raptors. The event featured Anthony Prieto and was sponsored by Raptor View Research Institute. You can […]

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A great gray owl finds a snack beneath the snow

Lunch with the Great Grays

We were lucky to spend an afternoon snowshoeing around with a pair of great gray owls as they nailed vole after vole. Here is some slow-motion flight footage we shot as well. )

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Mountain Lion Tracks at the Office

Lions at the CM Office!

Lions at our door! Mountain Lion Tracks at the Office[/caption] Post by Conservation Media.

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Many wildlife species benefit from the tax money generated from hunters.

How to Generate $2.5B for Wildlife Conservation

Post by Conservation Media. Hunting & Conservation Funds from Conservation Media on Vimeo.

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Mother Jone's Investigative Journalism

The Reality of Reality Wildlife TV Shows

This is the sad reality of MANY so-called wildlife television shows. They are produced by unscrupulous, uneducated, and unethical hacks. Post by Conservation Media.

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Wishing You Happy Holidays and a Great New Year

Happy New Year from Conservation Media!

Post by Conservation Media.

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Making the switch to non-lead ammunition is easy.  Just follow these three simple tips.

Saving Condors: Tips for Making the Switch to Non-Lead Ammo

Just follow these three steps and the switch to non-lead ammunition will be a cinch.

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Saving Condors: Ballistics of Non-Lead Ammunition

Saving Condors: Ballistics of Non-Lead Ammunition

See what happens when a lead bullet is fired into ballistics gel and that impact is frozen in time. X-ray images reveal the serious fragmentation that occurs with every lead bullet.

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Upon impact, lead ammunition explodes into thousands of tiny fragments that contaminate meat as far as 18" from the initial wound site.

Saving Condors: Wildlife and Lead Ammunition

Upon impact, lead bullets lose up to 40% of their mass into tiny fragments that stray as far as 18″ from the wound channel. Hunters and scavenging wildlife consume lead fragments with negative health consequences.

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Conservation Media's sage-grouse photo brings life to the cover of the Missoula Independent

Another Cover Photo from Conservation Media

Post by Conservation Media.

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