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  • Black Skimmers Under Our Wing

    Every summer, shorebirds known as Black Skimmers join together in the hundreds to form a nesting colony on the barrier islands lining Tampa Bay. They use their distinctive black and orange beaks and impressive flying abilities to skim the shallow water for small fish.
    A young male skimmer wanders...

  • The Primate Podcast with Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka

    Sir Ian Redmond talks to special guest Ugandan veterinarian and founder of Conservation Through Public Health Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka an organisation dedicated to the coexistence of endangered mountain gorillas, other wildlife, humans, and livestock in Africa in his Primate Podcast. A Whitley G...

  • Civet Coffee: From Rare to Reckless

    Civet coffee (also known as 'kopi luwak,' 'weasel coffee,' and 'cat-poo-chino') is coffee that has been partially digested by civets, nocturnal cat-like animals. Since it's rise to fame in popular media in the early 2000's, the international civet coffee market has continued to grow, and its mark...

  • Mussel Grubbing

    Following a citizen scientist's journey of discovery, the film explores the treasure hunt for finding freshwater mussels in the upper Sangamon River. Everyday people in Illinois are supporting science in ways that are important to the well-being of their local environment. Finding a diverse colle...

  • The Bear Coast

    A group of passionate Alaskans describe the importance of protecting the Alaska Peninsula's pristine wilderness for the wildlife and people who depend on its unparalleled natural resources. Alaska's wild brown bears—and the salmon they feed upon—face many threats, including mining (such as the Pe...

  • Conserving Mountains

    Rangers and conservationists talk about their efforts to protect nature in West Virginia, they discuss the varying wildlife, and their importance to the states ecosystems.
    Learn about the conservation projects they work on to help ensure their protection and educate the public about them.
    Dire...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with Dr Christopher Gardner- Food for thought?

    As a prominent nutrition scientist and leader of research on the positive benefits that a plant-based diet entails, Dr. Christopher Gardner has created the Stanford-led Plant-Based Diet Initiative (PBDI). This initiative, directed by Dr. Gardner, encompasses a series of seed grant research led by...

  • Pheasants Of Detroit

    A little human-Pheasant subculture has developed in the city - pheasants are neighbours to human residents and muses to local artists - and pheasants have become the unofficial city bird of Detroit! Join everyday Detroiters in a walk around the city as we celebrate these funky birds at home in th...

  • California Mountain Lions

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    This engaging series delves into rarely seen behaviours of California's Mountain Lions including basic biology, research techniques, mating and rearing cubs, movement and territory, ecology, genetics, toxin exposure, and human interactions and conflict with domestic animals.
    In California, highwa...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with Laurie Hood

    Laurie Hood is the visionary behind Alaqua Animal Refuge. In 2007 Laurie discovered that countless animals were being euthanized due to the lack of a no-kill shelter in Walton County, she couldn’t reconcile this with her natural passion for animals, so she started Alaqua Animal Refuge. The refuge...

  • Violet - A Polar Bear Story

    Two female explorers track the progress of a young mother polar bear in Norway.
    When the pandemic shut down the world in 2020, two female explorers were camping in a remote hut in Svalbard, Norway, with plans to overwinter in one of the challenging locations on Earth.
    From their isolated base ca...

  • Ocean Guardians

    Ocean Guardians, recounts the journey of humpback whales as they migrate between Alaska and Hawai‘i while illuminating PWF’s ongoing work to save the species and restore the delicate balance between humankind and marine life. Shot on location in Alaska and Maui, with additional visual support pro...

  • Bread For Tomorrow

    Bread for Tomorrow is a short film about the Indigenous Wicungo community’s struggle to gain legal ownership of their ancestral territory in Peru and how Rainforest Trust’s partner, Center for the Development of an Indigenous Amazon, has helped them to reclaim the rights to their homes and liveli...

  • When The Ocean Turns Black

    When the news about the oil spill off the shores of Peru, film maker Ran Levy-Yamamori decided to pack his gear and travel to document the effect of the spill on the wildlife.
    However, the moment he stepped on Ancon beach and met with the amazing local fishermen, he felt how his mind was changing...

  • Golden Monkeys: Braving the Impossible

    Golden Monkey: Braving the Impossible - Shot in the inaccessible wildernesses of Central Asia, this episode from the series "Wild Empire" follows the perilous existence of a family of golden-snub-nosed monkeys throughout a year to capture their captivating and rarely seen behaviour. A WCFF 2022 P...

  • Emergence

    Emergence is a short documentary featuring Tsavo National Parks incredible super tuskers and the remarkable humans preserving these iconic elephants. Super Tuskers are elephants whose tusks are so large they touch the ground; each tusk weighs well over 100 lbs. There is a genetic variation that i...

  • Saving The Last Tuskers

    Imagine a planet without Elephants? They are the gardeners of the ecosystem. Tsavo, Kenya is an ecosystem in itself, the park covers 22,000 square kilometers. and if the mega herbivore was not there, then there it would get covered in wooded vegetation very quickly. This allows other animal speci...

  • Solitude

    A film about the lives of three animals living on the same reserve, and how their lives are all connected through solitude. Africa. Dir. Aman Narula

  • Karibu Nyumbani

    Photographer Matthew Williams-Ellis focuses on wildlife photography from the Maasai Mara in Kenya. 'One thing that really struck me during my time in the Maasai Mara was the immense pride, knowledge, and love for wildlife that all the guides have. The film aims to convey this passion, and has bee...

  • Elephants Out Of Captivity

    WARNING- this feature contains images of animal suffering some viewers may find distressing.
    This film shares a brief history of elephants, explains how they suffer in captivity, explores the work that FACE (Free All Captive Elephants) and other organizations do in the fight to give captive elep...

  • Saving Elephants

    Wildlife SOS is an NGO, that rescues wildlife across India. In Saving Elephants, we see how this team of experts reduces human-animal conflict by creating a unique elephant collaring and tracking program to alert communities about potentially destructive wild herds in their area. We also see th...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with Carl Safina

    Carl Safina - Ecologist and author focused on human relationships with the natural world "we are a series of dilemmas inside a bunch of problems". Listen to this fascinating podcast which discusses Carl's early inspiration, his love of birds, his Covid era book on an owl named Alfie and so much m...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with Andrea Crosta

    With over 30 years of experience in conservation, wildlife protection, environmental/wildlife crime investigations, management of nonprofit organisations, Andrea Crosta also has a broad cross-functional expertise in researching and investigating Environmental Crime Convergence including money lau...

  • Kiss The Ground: The Possibilities of Regeneration

    The film explores the origins of regenerative agriculture, offering a story that is both new and ancient in its roots.
    Co-written and narrated by Lyla June Johnston, an Indigenous public speaker, artist, scholar, and community organiser, the film takes a holistic approach to regenerative steward...