Eyes on Conservation

06/17
2013

Southern Sea Otters: Part 1

*** Our next Eyes on Conservation project comes from Sarah Chinn, a Wild Lens collaborator from The Maasai Giraffe and The Lost Migration videos. Sarah is currently a USGS Western… Read more »




06/10
2013

Golden-cheeked Warblers and Noise Pollution

*** Our next Eyes on Conservation project comes from Tatiana Dolgushina, who is working with the endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler in Texas. Golden-cheeked Warblers only breed in Texas and the Juniper-Oak… Read more »




06/03
2013

The Marine Mammal Center and Wild Lens

*** Every Monday Wild Lens will seek to update our followers about a different “Eyes on Conservation” project. These projects are collaborations between Wild Lens and partner organizations and individuals… Read more »




06/02
2013

Greetings from Vermont’s Long Trail!

As many of you know, I have recently taken on the challenge of hiking Vermont’s Long Trail end-to-end. The Long Trail follows the ridgeline of the Green Mountains in Vermont… Read more »




05/24
2013

Seabird Monitoring on the Aleutians

*** Mikaela Howie is the newest member of our “Eyes on Conservation” team. She will be working on a long-term project whose main objective is to monitor the nesting productivity… Read more »




04/27
2013

Bluebirds and Burrowing Owls

Production for Bluebird Man has started out with a bang! The Wild Lens team returned from British Columbia yesterday evening after a successful 4-day shoot with our neighbors in Canada…. Read more »




03/08
2013

Greetings from the Kipuka Project!

Currently stationed on the Big Island of Hawai’i working on the Kipuka Project. A collaborative project aimed at understanding the impact of fragmentation and invasive species on native Hawaiian ecosystems…. Read more »




01/10
2013

Treefrogs in Thailand: Film Teaser

** The following is a guest post from Wild Lens biologist and filmmaker Adair McNear who spent the summer and fall of 2012 in Thailand studying an endemic species of… Read more »




09/19
2012

From Honduras with Love

I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Honduras and hope to return in the near future. The people were friendly and hardworking, the landscape beautiful, the birds abundant, and the food… Read more »




09/06
2012

Things you encounter in the field that you don’t want to encounter

Our work in Honduras focused on neotropical migratory songbird habitat requirements in shade grown coffee plantations however we encountered much more than birds. Much more. What else did we encounter… Read more »