1. Wounda's Journey

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    from the Jane Goodall Institute / Added

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    This amazing video documents the story of Wounda, one of the more than 160 chimpanzees living at the Jane Goodall Institute's Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center in the Republic of Congo. Thanks to the expert care provided at Tchimpounga, Wounda overcame significant adversity and illness and was recently relocated to Tchindzoulou Island, one of three islands that are part of the newly expanded sanctuary. Dr. Jane Goodall was on hand to witness Wounda's emotional release, and now you can too. Disclaimer: Please note, that Dr. Goodall and the Jane Goodall Institute do not endorse handling or interfering with wild chimpanzees.

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    • East Timor First Perception

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      Legendado em Português. An introductory documentary about the natural beauty of East Timor. One of the last true unexplored islands on our planet. Follow Nature! www.facebook.com/aidnature.org www.aidnature.org Um documentário introdutório sobre a beleza natural de Timor Leste. Uma das últimas ilhas por explorar no nosso planeta. Siga a Natureza! www.facebook.com/aidnature.org www.aidnature.org Directed and Edited by João Teles de Vasconcelos Photography by André Gaspar João Teles de Vasconcelos Written and Narrated by António Castelo Music FO-SneakySnooper Guitar music by João Amaro Local folk music

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      • Wildscreen Exchange Trailer featuring Sir David Attenborough

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        from Wildscreen Exchange / Added

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        Launching early 2015, Wildscreen Exchange will be a unique global hub for all conservation communications. It will empower conservation organisations with free and affordable premium digital media to enable the most inspiring and impactful campaigning, educating and storytelling. To share your images with the world's conservation organisations or to find out more, get in touch: exchangeinfo@wildscreen.org.uk

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        • Butterflies in HD

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          from Lou Rummel / Added

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          Filmed on location at the Butterfly Rainforest part of the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL. The Butterfly Rainforest is a can’t miss living exhibit that features hundreds of free-flying butterflies and birds from around the world along with an assortment of other animals including turtles and fish to experience first-hand. The lush landscape is planted in tropical trees and colorful flowering plants amid waterfalls and a walking path. Skilled interpretive staff are available to help answer questions and provide visitors with a personal and highly engaging experience. Did you know? The Butterfly Rainforest typically contains 60 to 80 butterfly and moth species at any one given time. The continuous population is more than 1,000 butterflies. Butterflies in the exhibit typically live two to five weeks. Tropical butterflies generally begin flying when the air temperature reaches 60 degrees. Butterflies in the exhibit are raised on butterfly farms around the world. This form of sustainable agriculture helps protect natural forest habitats from destruction and promote local economic growth. The Butterfly rainforest is a 6,400-square-foot screened exhibit exposed to typical Florida weather conditions, resulting in a more natural environment for the butterflies and plants. The flowering plants and butterflies in the exhibit change regularly, making each visit unique and full of new discoveries. This video was shot using a Sony NEX VG-10 with the 18 to 200mm kit lens.

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          • Red Wolf Restoration: Captive Breeding

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            from Jeffrey Mittelstadt / Added

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            In 1987, red wolves were released back into the wild in northeastern North Carolina at Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. The endangered red wolves had been pulled out of the wild and entered into a captive breeding program in an attempt to save the species. So far the program has been a success with about 130 red wolves in northeastern North Carolina. These wolves, who are scared of and avoid humans, have a long way to go before they are fully restored and will need to be managed for some time to make sure they do not become extinct. This short film provides some insight into the captive breeding program to restore the red wolf population, species diversity and genetic diversity within the red wolf population through the voices of Kim Wheeler, executive director of the Red Wolf Coalition, and Will Waddell, red wolf Species Survival Plan coordinator from Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. Photography, filming, audio, production and editing by Jeffrey Mittelstadt Special Thanks to: Kim Wheeler Will Waddell the United States Fish & Wildlife Service team: David Rabon Art Beyer Chris Lucash Ford Mauney Jessica Collins and the North Carolina Museum of Life and Science team: Sherry Samuels Jill Brown

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            • Wildlife Conservation in the Yorkshire Dales

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              from Joe Tuck / Added

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              I produced a 30 minute video for my final project at the University of Nottingham (MSc in Biological Photography and Imaging). As I was starting out into the conservation and natural history film making sector, I decided to do a piece on what is currently being done to protect wildlife in the Yorkshire Dales (I'm a Yorkshireman!). I worked with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority so the video could be put to good use spreading the conservation word and now features on their website (http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/) in the wildlife projects section. I also worked with a number of other organisations; the Environment Agency, PBA Applied Ecology, RSPB and the University of Leeds. There were many challenges, not only organising a multitude of interviews, but filming subjects at night, underwater and finding particularly elusive creatures! Being eaten alive by insects waiting for squirrels to wake up and spending many an hour up on Malham Cove trying to get shots of Peregrines, no easy feat! With the help of some great people I was able to get the project done in time and I am now a Master of Science! A big thank you to all involved, I couldn't have done it without you. info@joetuck.com http://www.joetuck.com

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              • Edward Norton - UN Biodiversity Ambassador

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                from Wildlife Conservation Network / Added

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                • Belinda Low - Grevy's Zebra Trust

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                  • Fish, Fish Fishing Cat

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                    from Morgan Heim / Added

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                    Watch how Namfon and her team plan to film an endangered Thai fishing cat going after fish in the wild. And then learn more about fishing cats at http://catinwater.wordpress.com

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