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Harlequin Duck Film Back On Line! <-- Check Out the Trailer!

Each year at Conservation Media, we produce at least one conservation science film funded only by passion. Over 18 months ago, we embarked on one of those journeys with harlequin duck research in Glacier National Park. Things got really busy, however, and we had to put it on the back […]

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YALE UNIVERSITY’s e360 Honors Conservation Media!

YALE UNIVERSITY’s e360 Honors Conservation Media!

We’re happy to announce that we received third place in the Yale Environment 360 Video Contest! We submitted one our past films, Peak to Peak, and the judges liked it! If you haven’t see the short video, click on the image above and watch it on the Yale e360 site!

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Our New PSA for Vital Ground

Our New PSA for Vital Ground

Take a moment to see our newly created campaign video for Vital Ground, a grizzly bear land trust that works to protect key pieces of private land in linkage zones.

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Conservation Media & the National Building Museum

Conservation Media & the National Building Museum

Conservation Media provided logistical and production support for a short film by Richard Neill on wildfire and home ignitions featuring world-renown fire physicist Jack Cohen. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbJ1LoHBMNpmKMP2UQWy6Dg Subscribe to Conservation Media on YouTube! Visit our channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbJ1LoHBMNpmKMP2UQWy6Dg

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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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