Discover incredible ecosystems and the people dedicated to the protection of our planet.

Africa

South Africa

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Filming wild Cheetahs for National Geographic.

Mozambique

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Producing content for Africa's top marine megafauna research organization, Underwater Africa.  The wild animals filmed include Humpack Whales, Dolphins, Giant Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, and more!

Kingdom of Eswatini

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Writing / Producing / Directing / Filming and Editing the national commercials for the Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly the Kingdom of Swaziland).

Ethiopia

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Producing content for the Institute for Field Research and UCLA in the Simien Mountain National Park (12,600ft elevation).

Madagascar

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Filming wild lemurs in northeastern Madagascar.

Mauritius and Reunion Island

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Filming The Mauritian flying fox (Pteropus niger), also known as Greater Mascarene flying fox or Mauritius fruit bat is a large megabat species endemic to Mauritius and La Réunion.

Swaziland's Successful Rhino Conservation

The International Union of Conservation ranks the Kingdom of Swaziland as the most successful nation for Rhino conservation in Africa. Find out why! 

South America

The Earth’s natural resources include air, water, soil, minerals, plants, and animals. Conservation is the practice of caring for these resources so all living things can benefit from them now and in the future.

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Cloud Forests of Ecuador

Conservation Organizations

Producing incredible wildlife conservation and habitat protection content for the World Land Trust, Fundacion EcoMinga, Big Mammal Conservation of Ecuador, and the Centro de Rescate llitio.

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Ukumari's Return To The Wild

As seen on National Geographic

World Land Trust - The History

Sir David Attenborough narrates the history of World Land Trust and the progression of the conservation movement. One of WLT’s staunchest supporters, Sir David has been a Patron of the Trust since 2003.

What Can I Do? By Sir David Attenborough

What can I, as an individual, do? Sir David Attenborough discusses why he supports World Land Trust and how you can take action to protect the natural wonders of the world.

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World Land Trust "Forests In The Sky - Working With Local People"

ARCTIC national wildlife refuge: Wildlife and Habitat

Diversity

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Arctic Refuge is home to some of the most diverse and spectacular wildlife in the Arctic. 

Migratory Birds

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More than 200 migratory and resident bird species.

Mammals

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37 land mammals & eight marine mammals.

World's Longest Land Mammal Migration

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Every year, the Porcupine caribou herd embarks on the longest land mammal migration in the world, covering over four thousand kilometres of the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Alaska. Caribou are the lifeblood of northern ecosystems.

Fish Species

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The Refuge's rich pageant of wildlife includes 42 fish species.  

Spectacular Flora

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A perfect untouched, wild, ecosystem.

Media Collaborations

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Collaboration opportunities, prints, Speaking Engagements...

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Jeremy Là Zelle

Santa Monica, California