wildlife

09/22
2017

stacebird signing off!

Hey ya’ll! So, yes, I’ll be signing off of this blog for awhile. I’m headed to Costa Rica, where I’ll be working at the Saladero Ecolodge on the Gulfo Dulce…. Read more »




09/01
2017

Project Puffin: Island Life

I am thrilled to bid you good day from 23 miles off into the Atlantic Ocean where I will be living for the next two weeks on a remote island… Read more »




07/31
2017

Forgotten Coast: Return to Wild Florida, A Film Review

Having recently moved to Florida, and wanting to experience all things wild in this tropical local this this environmental documentary caught my eye..     In a seventy-day expedition, this… Read more »




07/17
2017

In Between: A film review

In Between: A short film by wildlife cameraman Rolf Steinmann.  The film takes us straight into a swirling, wind-whipped landscape, white with snow. Mountains rise formidably in the background and… Read more »




07/07
2017

Urban Birds: Wildlife in the City

They thrive in our cities, taking over the sidewalks and filling the trees, these hardy species will do anything for a crumb or two to subsist among the human masses…. Read more »




06/30
2017

Fourth of July is already popping!

Ah, the Fourth of July. It is nearly upon us and with it we begin to hear the familiar pop, pop, pop of fire crackers grow louder and more incessant… Read more »




06/26
2017

Sticky- Animation for Conservation, a Film Review

Sticky By animator Jilli Rose For nearly 80 years the Dryococelus australis, commonly known as the Lord Howe Island Stick Insect and tree lobster, was thought to be extinct. Lord… Read more »




06/05
2017

Last of the Longnecks: A Film Review

Last of the Longnecks A Film Review by Sarah Chinn Photos by Derek E. Lee, Wild Nature Institute In 2016 filmmaker Ashley Scott Davidson of the boutique film production company Iniosante… Read more »




05/12
2017

Human Impact on Wildlife: The Physiological Level

The environment is changing and the planet’s wildlife is reacting. But to what degree can that be measured and better understood? In a human dominated world, earth’s environment and ecosystems are afflicted,… Read more »




05/08
2017

Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest, a review

Written by Brandon Navratil In Executive Producer Alan Lacy’s first film, “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” explores the plight of a species the world almost lost forever. Along with… Read more »