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Conservation Media Wins Prestigious CINE Golden Eagle!

Conservation Media Wins Prestigious CINE Golden Eagle!

We just learned that we have taken a CINE Golden Eagle in the 2010 competition for our film Disturbance. This film also won three Telly Awards and College Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. You can see the film here:

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Summer Ice, Curlews, and More.

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Summer Ice, Curlews, and More.

What’s going on in the Northern Rockies right now? Everything! This is go time for most species, time to rear young, grow antlers, and put on fat. While summer heat hits the valley bottoms, ice still melts up high. Fresh glacier lilies unfold slowly in the alpine shadows. Below is […]

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Riparian Gallery Life

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Riparian Gallery Life

This week we journeyed yet again back to the cottonwood gallery along a nearby creek to see what breeding birds we might find. Here are two quintessential sights from a warm morning in the gallery. This male Lazuli bunting glances up at one of its mates, a dull brown female, […]

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Wildflowers, Hummers, and Butterflies, Oh My

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Wildflowers, Hummers, and Butterflies, Oh My

The prolonged rainy weather in the Northern Rockies has finally given way to a spectacular green up and wildflower season. On this hill the incessant wind creates conditions equivalent to that of alpine tundra. As a result, many alpine tundra plant species can be found here at a surprisingly low […]

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Student Emmy from Nat’l Academy of Television Arts & Sciences!!!

Student Emmy from Nat’l Academy of Television Arts & Sciences!!!

The founder of Conservation Media, Jeremy Roberts just won a College EMMY from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences last week for his graduate thesis film Disturbance. He completed this film for Conservation Media as part of his graduate thesis in Science & Natural History filmmaking at Montana […]

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Conservation Media Picks Up Two More Silver Tellies!

Conservation Media Picks Up Two More Silver Tellies!

We just received word that we won two more Telly Awards, bringing the total to four! These were Silver Tellies, the highest honor, for Cinematography and Nature/Environment category. Moving on to the next thing!

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Pronghorn, Bumble Bee Mimics, and More

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Pronghorn, Bumble Bee Mimics, and More

We caught a fleeting glimpse of these incredibly fast pronghorns out in the Big Hole Valley. A late spring skif of snow blankets the foothills. This valley will soon be green, and just as quickly turn brown. A red-tailed hawk surveys the landscape for prey, with the Bitteroot Mountains in […]

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Osprey and Elk

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Osprey and Elk

Here’s a quick look at what is going on in my neck of the woods, the northern Rockies. Osprey are sitting on eggs and hunting for fish just about everywhere you find a river or creek. Elk are still mingling in the low country and valley bottoms. We’ve been getting […]

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Homesteaders and Dippers Galore

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Homesteaders and Dippers Galore

The foothills of the northern Rockies are littered with abandoned homesteads. This is along one of my favorite moose haunts in the Pintlar Mountains where I radio-collared wolverines back in the day. Note the dead and dying pine trees, killed by beetles whose laraval stage is no longer limited by […]

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Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Grosbeaks and Hairstreaks

Weekly Photos from Conservation Media: Grosbeaks and Hairstreaks

This week’s photos capture the extremes of early May in the Northern Rockies which is characterized simply as a battle between winter and summer. This pine grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator) wards off the morning’s freezing river fog by eating the remains of last years fruit. This Sylvan hairstreak (Satyrium sylvinus), with […]

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