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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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Wolverine Listing Decision Made

Wolverine Listing Decision Made

On December 13th, 2010, the US Fish & Wildlife Service published a long-awaited report on the potential listing of the wolverine (Gulo gulo) under the Endangered Species Act. Rare by nature, the 30lb (14kg) wolverine has achieved mythical status for its ability to kill moose hindered by deep snow and […]

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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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TWO Official Selections in One Festival!

TWO Official Selections in One Festival!

We are pleased to announce that our short films have picked up two more Official Selections, and in the same festival no less! Open Space and Crossroads both made the cut at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival this year. We plan on attending, so we’ll see you there!

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Using a Jib Arm for Canon 7D

Using a Jib Arm for Canon 7D

We used our Canon 7D on a jib arm while producing Crossroads. We packed it out to a sage grouse lek and grabbed some sunset lit jibs to use with our sunrise grouse content, also captured with the 7D. If the 7D has one thing going for it, it is […]

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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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