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Migration Corridors: Connecting Wildlife and People of New Mexico


Big game must be able to move freely across the landscape at key times of the year to access nutritious food. New Mexico is in the early stages of mapping big game migration corridors between critical seasonal habitats with the most up-to-date GPS technology. In this film, scientists, sportsmen and women explain how migration route research will help guide policymakers as they make decisions about how to manage wildlife and human development.

Year: 2020
Producer: Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
Duration: 8 mins

Cameras in West Africa Show Human Impact


University of Michigan wildlife ecologist Nyeema Harris and her team conducted a multi-year camera survey of West African wildlife in the W-Arly-Pendjari, or WAP complex. Deploying over a hundred motion triggered cameras, she discovered that poaching wasn’t the biggest human impact on wildlife, as she had assumed.

Year: 2019
Producer: U-M Applied Wildlife Ecology Lab
Duration: 3 mins

The Wildlife Conservation Project: Grizzly


A subsistence trapper, the recipient of the National Wildlife Federation’s 2015 Conservationist of the Year Award, a member of the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, members of the Tahltan Nation, a wildlife photographer, and two hunters discuss the conflict between those who advocate unlimited protection of grizzlies, and those who suggest that limited sustainable use will promote grizzly recovery and mitigate human-wildlife conflict.

Year: 2019
Producer: Tom Opre/Firesteel Films
Duration: 37 mins

The Conservation Experience – Bighorn Sheep Collaring South Dakota Badlands


On an icy morning in South Dakota a team of conservationists take to the air to find bighorn sheep in the Badlands. They capture some rams and ewes with the help of a net gun, take blood and nasal liquid samples, and finally radio collar and release them. Project funding provided by hunters dollars and the Wild Sheep Foundation.

Year: 2020
Producer: Ivan Carter/The Experience
Duration: 5 1/2 mins

Wildlife of Tajikistan


This no-comment video shows some amazing footage of the majestic Bukharan markhor and the elusive snow leopard roaming the wild mountain landscapes of Tajikistan

Year: 2019
Producer: Saidu Sayouhat
Duration: 4 mins

Traditional Ibex Shikar in Central Pamir


Two young girls from Austria meet rural people and traditional hunters in a remote village in the Parcham Conservancy of Tajikistan. This is the story of an authentic hunt, braving high winds, icy rain and snow in a spectacular landscape. After the hunt the villager invite them for a festive traditional meal.

Year: 2018
Producer: Khalil Karimov and H&CAT
Duration: 15 mins

Tajikistan: conservation hunting, local communities and wild harvest


Accompany an all-girl group of hunter-conservationists to the Pamirs in Tajikistan. Tribal elders, traditional hunters and young female rangers guide the American girls on a true Fair Chase hunt in rugged mountain landscapes. Wildlife-based livelihoods for local communities is key to survive in the harsh and remote environment and main motivation to protect habitat and wildlife.

Year: 2018
Producer: Khalil Karimov and Sports Affield
Duration: 7 mins

Opportunity for All — The Story of the North American Model for Wildlife Conservation


Using stunning wildlife footage and vintage photos, Opportunity for All drives home how leaders like Teddy Roosevelt and regular citizens fought side by side to pass on the natural riches of North America. Discover how millions of outdoors people are keeping wild animals plentiful and join Shane Mahoney as he brings to life the revolutionary rescue of wildlife on this continent.

Year: 2015
Producer: Conservation Visions
Duration: 36 mins

The Wild Harvest Initiative® Explained by Shane Mahoney


Do you ever think about where your food comes from? How it was procured? Hunters and anglers know EXACTLY where their food comes from. While not everyone personally chooses to hunt or fish, Shane Mahoney suggests that these activities procure a significant amount of healthy, organic rich food. What would it cost to replace that protein source?

Year: 2017
Producer: Conservation Visions
Duration: 6 mins