1. Nine Lives - Cats in Istanbul - TEASER


    from Charlie Wuppermann Added

    Nine Lives - Cats in Istanbul is a documentary feature focusing on the millions of street cats that live in one of the world's most populated cities and the people who love and care for them. It is a profile of an ancient city and its unique people, seen through the eyes of the most mysterious and beloved animal humans have ever known, the Cat. www.facebook.com/ninelivesmovie Status: In Production Release Date: 2015 Director: Ceyda Torun Production: Termite Films

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    • Bear Aware


      from Colorado Parks & Wildlife Added 5,220 4 0

      Today, bears are sharing space with a growing human population. Curious, intelligent, and very resourceful, black bears will explore all possible food sources. If they find food near homes, campgrounds, vehicles, or communities, they’ll come back for more. Bears will work hard to get the calories they need, and can easily damage property, vehicles, and homes. Bears that become aggressive in their pursuit of an easy meal must often be destroyed. Please do your part to keep bears wild. http://cpw.state.co.us/learn/Pages/LivingwithWildlifeWildBears.aspx

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      • Moose Attack!


        from James Hildebrandt Added 1,110 0 0

        Our parking lot at work in the airport industrial area was invaded by some young rogue moose tonight. Saskatoon's finest even joined in the fun and had what looked almost like a perimeter setup. I wasn't the only one with a camera, I saw one of the officers taking a picture with his blackberry ;) It seemed the police were there just to make sure nobody spooked the moose and nobody got hurt. After a little while we were all asked to go back inside so as not to startle the habitatually challenged moose. Yup I said habitatually, look it up ;) Definitely not something you see everyday, it was a fun way to start the week.

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        • Wild New York (2009)


          from Adam Welz Added 769 7 4

          New York City is the ultimate concrete jungle, perhaps the last place on Earth that you would expect to find wildlife. But this megalopolis is home to an amazing array of birds of prey with a fan club of nature nuts who watch them, name them and care for them when they get sick. This short documentary takes viewers into the lives of James, Donna, Edwin, Cathy & Bobby as they follow 'their' birds through the ups and downs of a New York summer. "Wild New York" won an Honorable Mention at the 2010 International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana, and is displayed here for non-commercial portfolio/self-promotional purposes by the director-cameraperson, Adam Welz. Editor - Emily Bussac at Upstairs Post (Cape Town, South Africa) Production Co. - African Renaissance Productions (Cape Town) Made for the Healing Power of Nature series for the South African Broadcasting Corporation

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          • Wild Animals of the Anthropocene


            from At_Films Added

            An introduction to the new series of short At Films celebrating wild animals in a not-so-wild world Includes a spectacular map of the Anthropocene by Globaïa: http://vimeo.com/27891029

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            • Wild Animals of the Anthropocene: A Keystone Out of Context


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              A species is considered a 'keystone' when it plays an essential role in determining the structure of an ecosystem. Keystone species tend to have a disproportionate influence on their ecological community based on their size and/or abundance. A classic example is an ecosystem engineer like the beaver (genus Castor). On the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, another keystone species, the prairie dog, continues to alter (even determine) the ecosystem. Yet now, taken out of context by the Anthropocene, the critters' effects may be for the worse... Featuring Dr. Tim Seastedt Professor Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Fellow, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research University of Colorado at Boulder http://instaar.colorado.edu/people/bios/seastedt.html Shot on Nov 14th and 19th Cut on Nov 20th [Also, I borrowed and manipulated the Mustela nigripes and Athene cunicularia footage. The original sources are cited at the end of the film.]

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              • Mouse


                from Jahled Added 725 2 1

                A resident in my garden has decided to help itself to the nuts we leave for the birds in one of our bird feeders. It scurries along the top of the fence and in through the top of the feeder. You can actually get pretty close to the little guy, it doesn't seem bothered at all. Determined to get some footage of it in action, I set a tripod and waited... Gear used were two Canon 5D mkII's, and EF300L, EF70-200L, and 24-70L lenses.

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                • Dancing Turkeys


                  from WiscKees Added 707 1 0

                  Urban turkeys just want to have fun. A clutch of wild turkeys were hatched and raised on the near east side of Madison, Wisconsin, USA. The urban birds have thrived, and the rafter of eight birds (sometimes in smaller groups) are seen wandering around the neighborhood.

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                  • The WILD Cities Project


                    from WILD Foundation Added 664 4 0

                    THE WILD CITIES PROJECT catalyzes and empowers a collaborative of champions working to regenerate wild nature throughout urban areas and in the larger land and seascape to improve quality of life for all. Learn more and become a Champion of the WILD Cities Project! http://www.wild.org/wildcities Founding Champions & Partners: BioFrankfurt – The Biodiversity Network Biomatrix Water Boulder Bear Coalition Community Fruit Rescue Detroit Future City Deutsche Umwelthilfe Falling Fruit Forest Preserves of Cook County Friends of the Chicago River Fulcrum Publishing Krista Schlyer Natural Areas Conservancy Nature in the City San Francisco Department of the Environment Sanjay Gandhi National Park Transforming Youth Outdoors Urban Greenspaces Insitute Wilderness Foundation UK The WILD Cities Project is supported by: The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Special Thanks to Our Narrators: Audrey Peterman Jaime Rojo Lucy Tebockhorst

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                    • Turkey Gangsta


                      from Joe Gall Added 540 0 0

                      Witnessed a wild hood turkey boss up on a squirrel while driving through a neighborhood off 7 mile.

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