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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!

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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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Conservation Media photography in Montana’s Billings Gazette

Conservation Media photography in Montana’s Billings Gazette

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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.

Lead Bullet Fragments Lethal for Scavengers

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. Post by Conservation Media.

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NPR Coverage Comes to Our Client!

NPR Coverage Comes to Our Client!

Great News! NPR Correspondent Jennifer Ludden saw one of our recent videos (below) and it prompted her to contact our client, Conservation Hawks, and set up an interview for national broadcast. The NPR piece will focus on Conservation Hawks and their mission to engage the hunting and fishing community in […]

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End of the Season

End of the Season

This is a PSA we created for Conservation Hawks, a non-partisan group of hunters and fishermen defending their future by addressing climate change. End of the Season from Conservation Media on Vimeo.

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