1. A Chukar Hunt with Ron Spomer

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    from Kai Staats / Added

    Renowned writer, wildlife photographer, hunter, and naturalist Ron Spomer hosts a chukar hunt in the snow covered foothills of Western Idaho. Beautifully shot, this video takes viewers on a hunt for North America's most challenging bird while providing a brief history of the chukar, when it was brought from its native territory in Eurasia to this continent, and why it thrives to this day. For more information visit www.ronspomeroutdoors.com Produced by Kai Staats for Ron Spomer Outdoors, Inc.

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    • A Day in the Life - Leela Hazzah

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      from Womensphere / Added

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      Leela Hazzah, Executive Director of the Lion Guardian Program Leela Hazzah speaks to Womensphere about a normal day in the bush in Kenya.

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      • A family of Hoolock Gibbons

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        from Megmedia / Added

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        • African Conservation Centre. The film

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          from Terra Conservation Films / Added

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          African Conservation Centre (ACC) is a not-for-profit Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to the development of African Conservation excellence. ACC places emphasis on a three tier approach of integrating Knowledge, Environment and Livelihoods in resolving principal problems facing Biodiversity Conservation in East Africa. www.conservationafrica.org

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          • African Wildlife

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            Informative video all about Africa's indigenous wildlife. Learn more at: http://www.tundefolawiyo.ng/black-rhino-fighting-way-back-brink-extinction/

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            • African Wildlife Conservation: Endangered African Wild Dogs at Tembe Elephant Park

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              from Gale Browning / Added

              The African Wild Dog also known as African hunting dog, Cape hunting dog and the African painted dog once were widespread throughout Africa. They are now endangered due to persecution, loss of habitat, disease and use in tribal ceremonies. Stats from the African Wildlife Foundation: Approximately 6000 remain in the wild. Endangered for more than 20 years. Pack range can cover 900 square miles. Scientific Name: Lycaon pictus Weight: 55-70 lbs. Size: 30 inches at the shoulder Life span: 10 to 12 years. Habitat: Dense forest to open plains. Diet: Carnivorous Gestation: 2.5 months Predators: Humans Solutions to protect the African wild dog: Engage local communities, mitigate human-wildlife conflict, and manage the wild dogs in national parks and private reserves. I volunteered as a filmmaker with the Wildlife ACT in South Africa in August 2014. Visit www.wildlifeact.com to learn more about the African wild dogs.

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              • A Future for Tigers

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                from Cate Bolt / Added

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                15yo Asho explains the plight of the Tiger and how we can help create a future for tigers.

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                • Ahmed and the Return of the Arab Phoenix

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                  from Terra Conservation Films / Added

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                  Despite its bad reputation in the international press, the Syrian government is very much involved in the effort of protecting its natural heritage. This is the story of a handful of visionary men who are fighting in the desert to protect what is left of the biodiversity of Al Badia, the semi-arid desert steppe stretching from the Iraqi border to almost the Mediterranean coast. Their efforts will be rewarded by the discovery, in a remote area, of the last middle eastern breeding colony of the Bald Ibis (Geronticus eremita) in the wild, one of the rarest migratory birds and a symbol of wisdom for the Bedouins of the desert…

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                  • All Fired Up for Rhinos

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                    from Anne Rimbault Pottery Studio / Added

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                    Anne Rimbault is a potter based in Johannesburg; her work focuses on Rhinos. Anne aims to raise awareness and funds to help fight the current Rhino poaching crisis. Her exhibition of Rhino inspired ceramics opens on Friday 22nd November at 6:30 and runs until 7th December. There will be a talk on CITES and the ban in trade of rhino horns by conservationist Lynsey Rimbault Saturday 23rd November at 11am. Rhino artwork by Yiull Damaso and David McIver will also be on show. To help fight Rhino poaching 33% of sales will go to the Endangered Wildlife Trust [ http://www.ewt.org.za ]. The exhibition will take place at Yiull Damaso Artist’s Studio and Gallery on the corner of Rothesay and Buckingham Avenues, Craighall Park. Support local artists, support Rhino conservation, and join us for an exhibition of rhino inspired ceramics. www.facebook.com/AnneRimbaultPotteryStudio for details

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                    • AnimalWelfareTraining1

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                      from ADF&G / Added

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                      Animal Welfare Training is a powerpoint presentation delivered by Dr. Kimberlee Beckmen in September 2012 for the Division of Wildlife Conservation at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. This is for ADF&G staff and biologists who capture and handle animals and addresses policies and techniques. This is in two parts, this first part is about 43 minutes.

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