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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!

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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Conservation Media Featured on New Podcast!

Conservation Media Featured on New Podcast!

Conservation Media owner and producer Jeremy Roberts was featured in a recent podcast produced by Rad Icenogle, called More Than Birds. Check it out here, or better yet find it on iTunes and subscribe!

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Conservation Media in San Francisco this July!

Are you a conservation connoisseur? Potential scientific solutions to global problems are often not shared in a format that can be easily accessed by a wide audience. Films, however, are a powerful communication tool with a global reach. Please help the Society for Conservation Biology by donating through our ChipIN […]

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Environmental Photography Selection for Conservation Media

Environmental Photography Selection for Conservation Media

Conservation Media’s photo, entitled Sage-grouse in Gas Country is one of thirty jury-selected photos for the 2012 Environmental Photography Exhibit at the American Mountaineering Museum February 24th.

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Official Selection at the American Conservation Film Festival!

Conservation Media is pleased to announce that our film Peak to Peak is an Official Selection at the 2011 American Conservation Film Festival! Our film will screen at 7:15p on Saturday, November 5th in the Byrd Auditorium at the National Conservation Training Center in Sepherdstown, WV. Peak to Peak is […]

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Two Merit Awards for Conservation Message from IWFF!

Conservation Media is pleased to announce that we have picked up two, count ’em, two Merit Awards from the 34th Annual International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, AND two Finalist Designations! There may be more Official Selections to come! Our film Crossroads, embedded below, picked up a Merit Award for […]

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Conservation Media is a Finalist at the 34th International Wildlife Film Festival

Conservation Media is happy to announce that our film Crossroads is a Finalist in the Public Service Announcement category at the 34th International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana this May. If you haven’t seen the film, you can see it below:

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Canon 7D HDR Time Lapse

Here is a recent HDR (High Dynamic Range) time lapse from our edit bay. To date, digital cameras still have problems simultaneously resolving details in bright and dark areas, and one solution for photography is to bracket the exposure of a composition and then merge the images with various software. […]

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Official Selection at CINE International Film Fest!

Official Selection at CINE International Film Fest!

We are pleased to announce that Open Space, our production for Sonoran Institute, has picked up another Official Selection at the CINE International Film Festival in Missoula. We will be at the opening reception on October 19th at 6 p.m. Filmmakers at the Roxy drinking beer and talking conservation! What […]

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