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Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide

Conservation Film-making - How to make films that make a difference

So You Want to Be a WIldlifre Photographer?

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12 Small Acts to Save Our World

12 Small Acts to Save Our World
from WWF
Foreword by Ben Fogle

12 Small Acts to Save Our World: Simple, Everyday Ways You Can Make a Difference
by WWF with a foreword by Ben Fogle

Ever wanted to save the world?

It’s easy to feel like we can’t make a difference. But small, easy actions, if taken by enough people, can move mountains – and save planets.

Written in collaboration with leading environmental experts from WWF, this short book provides simple changes we can all make to our everyday lives, from morning to night.

These aren’t the only things you can do. Nor are they things you have to do. But these 12 small acts are basic steps anybody can take, and if even one of them sticks, our children will inherit a better world.

Acts like:

  • Turning off devices instead of leaving them on standby
  • Buying less cotton clothing (a T-shirt needs 2,400 litres of water to make!)
  • Using reusable straws when possible
  • Turning off the tap while you brush your teeth

will take only moments, but if enough people commit to them, we can make a real difference to our planet.

'Now really is the time to act. You don’t have to be a superhero – everyone can make a difference by following this book’ – Ben Fogle

Order here: Amazon.co.uk or Bookdepository.com

Africa's Big Five

Jean Hartley

Africa's Big Five And Other Wildlife Film Makers
by Jean Hartley with a foreword by Richard Leakey

Jean Hartley, born in Kenya, was acknowledged as being the first to legitimise "fixing" for wildlife film crews. Over the last 25 years, she has worked on over a thousand films, the vast majority being about wildlife and nature.

In this insightful book she features five of the great film makers who all started their careers in Kenya in the 1950s, legends whom she is proud to call personal friends. Watching all their films, and many more, she became fascinated by the history of film making in Kenya and determined to find out when it all started.

She traces the roots of wildlife film back a hundred years, drawing on accounts of the original film makers and the professional hunters who guided those early safaris. She tracks the changes from those grainy, speeded up, silent films through to the technologically perfect High Definition and 3D films that are being made today.

163 pages including a chronology of wildlife film making in East Africa - ask if interested in this book.

Read Jean's introduction on our 'Features Page'!

Natalie Gilbert


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Natalie Gilbert is a writer, photographer and online manager with a postgrad in Anthrozoology.

She runs AnimalTheory as the foundation for her explorations of the human-animal bond focusing more on art, literature and online portrayals of animals than anything else.

All of her work is expressive and encouraging of debate, contribution and development - more an open conversation than a statement.

Viral Pandas
Natalie co-runs Viral Pandas, which is an online exploration of animals in the ether. The project invites contributions and comment from others. Take a look at the project and leave your comments at viralpandas.wordpress.com or on any of the related social networks.

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A strong researcher, communicator and organiser, Natalie is happy to collaborate and assist with projects about the human-animal bond, be they artistic, educational, or practical. She has herself undertaken a Wildeye camera course to complement her photography and takes an avid interest in the development of these practices.

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Birds in Batik
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Anne A Bologna is a batik artist and devoted twitcher.

She has a studio in West Cork, Ireland, where she combines these passions, creating outstanding batiks of birds in their natural habitats.

She has exhibited widely in the UK, USA and Ireland, and a good selection of her work can be seen on her website.

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British Wildlife Photography Awards
United Kingdom

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The British Wildlife Photography Awards were established to recognise the talents of wildlife photographers of all nationalities practising in Britain, whilst at the same time highlighting the great wealth and diversity of Britain's natural history. The driving motivation to set up the Awards evolved through the nation's growing awareness of the local environment and the need for its protection.

Now in its fifth year, this highly acclaimed and unique wildlife photography competition has captivated the nation with outstanding and beautiful imagery. It is a celebration of British wildlife as well as a showcase for nature photographers, both amateur and professional.

With twelve separate categories the subject matter covers everything from marine life and animal behaviour to creepy crawlies and urban wildlife.

Wildlife in HD is a special new Award for HD Video and will be awarded to the most inspirational and dynamic film, which clearly illustrates the unique power of moving images as a medium for capturing British Wildlife.

The 2013 winners were announced in September 2013.

2012 HD Video winners
2013 HD Video winners – See the Feature Pages: BWPA 2013 Winners Announced! & Highly Commended Films at the BWPAwards!

Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker

Chris Palmer

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Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker
The Challenges of Staying Honest in an Industry Where Ratings Are King
By Chris Palmer, with foreword by Jane Goodall

Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker is part memoir, part confession, and part indictment of the cable and television networks for failing to put conservation, education, and animal welfare ahead of ratings and profits.

It’s also about the mistakes he’s made while struggling to excel in a profession he loves. He argues that the state of the wildlife filmmaking industry worsens every year and says that it’s time for wildlife filmmaking to move in a more ethical direction.

He makes a compelling case that we must make broadcasters like Animal Planet, Discovery, National Geographic, and the History Channel do better, and that it’s time for viewers and filmmakers to fight back.

Review by Piers Warren: How refreshing to read such an honest and revealing account of the wildlife film-making industry. Chris Palmer describes his own journey through the business, his concerns as he realised it was not as ethical as many people think, and offers insights into how the situation could be improved. It's not often that you read a book that is both clear about the depth of the problems and who are causing them, but also leaves the reader on an optimistic note with the list of positive solutions that could and should be adopted. The threats that the natural world currently face are far too important and urgent for large networks to continue making facile and damaging shows, and this book shows how bad the situation has become. Highly recommended.

The book is available on: www.amazon.co.uk & www.amazon.com

Conservation Film-making: How to make films that make a difference

Madelaine Westwood and Piers Warren

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Conservation Film-making: How to make films that make a difference
by Madelaine Westwood and Piers Warren with a Foreword by Jane Goodall

‘For all of us who care about the environment and wildlife – and want to make a difference – this is an important book.’ Jane Goodall PhD, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace

  • A complete ‘how to’ guide, aimed at both film-makers and conservationists who want to use film as a tool for conservation
  • Covers all pre-production activities including how to raise funds How to choose and use the filming equipment you need, plus a guide to post-production
  • Explores reaching audiences, organising screenings, using social media, monitoring effectiveness and ethical considerations
  • Features case studies from leading conservation film-makers including Mike Pandey, Rob Stewart (Sharkwater and Revolution), Will Anderson (Hugh’s Fish Fight) and Shekar Dattatri
  • Describes how organisations use film effectively in conservation; including Greenpeace, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Great Apes Film Initiative (GAFI)

‘This book is of enormous value to everyone involved in conservation’ Lee Durrell MBE, PhD, Honorary Director, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

‘Conservation Film-making is a richly nourishing book, a professional tour de force, and a compelling argument that films, when made according to the best practices contained in this book, can make a huge and positive difference to the world in which we live.’ Professor Chris Palmer, Director of the Center for Environmental Filmmaking

‘This terrific book will become the bible for everyone determined to fly in the face of everything-is-wonderful-and-happy natural history programmes and show, instead, that conservation can be awe-inspiring and watchable, too.’ Mark Carwardine, Conservationist

‘Conservation Film-making is a detailed and well-researched 'how to' guide, but it is more than that – it's a good read! It should be read by everyone involved in conservation, to understand better how film could – indeed should – be used.’ Ian Redmond OBE, Chairman of Ape Alliance

The book is available here.

Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were

Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were

Philip Lymbery

Website: www.ciwf.org.uk/books/dead-zone-where-the-wild-things-were

Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were
by Philip Lymbery

A tour of some of the world's most iconic and endangered species, and what we can do to save them.

Most of us are aware that many animals are threatened by extinction--the plight of creatures such as polar bears, tigers, and whales has been well publicized. While this is typically attributed to climate change and habitat destruction, few people realize that there is a direct link to consumer demand for cheap meat.

Some may see intensive farming as a necessary evil. After all, we need to produce more food for a growing global population and are led to believe that squeezing animals into factory farms and growing crops in vast, chemical-soaked prairies is efficient and leaves land free for wildlife--but this is far from the truth. With the limits of the planet's resources now seemingly within touching distance, awareness is growing about how the wellbeing of society depends on a thriving natural world. Through the lens of a dozen iconic and endangered species, Dead Zone examines the role of industrial farming in their plight and meets the people doing something about it.

By the author of the internationally successful Farmageddon, Dead Zone takes the reader on a global safari involving some of the world's most iconic and endangered species. The focus shifts from the plight of farm animals to the impact of industrial farming on specific endangered species, as the book lays bare the myths that prop up factory farming and shows what we can do to save the planet with healthy food.

The book is available at Amazon.co.uk & Amazon.com



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ECOSTREAMZ is a new digital streaming platform similar to Netflix and Hulu, whose solitary goal is to provide easy access to important films and media dealing with environmental, social justice and wildlife conservation issues. In this day, when so much is happening at breakneck speed, it is now more critical than ever to be well informed. ECOSTREAMZ’ mission is to become THE media clearinghouse for the activist community to learn from, grow and come away being able to make a positive difference in this world.

While there are numerous streaming services out there today covering virtually every genre and topic, to our knowledge, nobody is doing exactly what ECOSTREAMZ is doing, the way we’re doing it.

So what makes us different?

  • Partnerships – We’re not just a collection of movies. If you browse our site, you will notice we are aligning ourselves with organizations all over the globe covering a wide variety of issues. Through these partnerships, we provide organizations a wider audience by hosting their videos on our platform which can ultimately translate into more donors for the non-profit. Additionally, we promote our partners in newsletters and all appropriate press material. Organizations even have the opportunity to receive quarterly royalties based upon viewership of their videos during the prior period, see below. Some of our current partners include: International Primate Protection League, Ape Alliance, Gorilla Foundation, ALERT, CAPE (Center for Animal Protection and Education), SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizen’s League), the Borneo Project, In Defense of Animals, WildAid and most recently IISD (the environmental reporting service for the United Nations).
  • Revenue Share – We give back. In fact, we give back more than most streaming services….80% of net revenue goes directly back to the filmmakers and/or organizations through a quarterly revenue share of films and media viewed during that period. Most streaming services only offer royalty percentages of between 25% and 50% net.
  • Member discounts – We offer our partner’s members discounts on subscriptions to ECOSTREAMZ. Anywhere from 25% to 50% off the already low monthly subscription rate of $3.99.
  • Singular Focus – Our only concern is making the world a better place. We are accomplishing this by presenting the most diverse collection of issue-related content anywhere. For that reason, our platform contains films both short and long and from all parts of the world. Some have received awards and some may be well known. But most you will never see anyplace else but on our site. This is due to the fact that we do not acquire films based on their popularity, but rather, on what they can offer the world in terms of a change message.

If you are interested in having ECOSTREAMZ host your films or if you wish to become a sponsoring organization, please contact us at: info@ecostreamz.com.


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The website www.ecotravelguide.eu was founded by Michael Cowton in 2013.

Michael, an outdoors writer, editor and photographer, has a passion for nature-based travel and wildlife.

A member of the International Travel Writers Alliance and The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), Michael is a former editor of EcoTravel, Outdoor Pursuits, Camping, Lakeland Walker and Which Motorcaravan magazines, and national newspaper journalist.

He says: "With an increasing awareness of globally responsible principles in our everyday lives, the public is clearly keen to adopt these values through their choice of holiday destinations. That is harnessed with the growing understanding that the survival of habitats and species is mostly in local people's hands, and that they need to be able to derive real benefits from their environments if they are to be conserved. With ecotourism increasingly being applied to all tourism that has tangible benefits for local people and the environment, the website aims to bring to the forefront these unusual, alternative and authentic experiences grounded in culture, nature and wildlife, and rooted in local knowledge."

Elephants Wear Ivory

Elephants Wear Ivory

by Feisal Malik & Tanvir Ali

Published by Visual Africa Films

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Elephants Wear Ivory
by Feisal Malik & Tanvir Ali

Hard cover book featuring 50 images of elephants taken by Kenyan photographers/film-makers Feisal Malik and Tanvir Ali, along with Augmented Reality (AR) videos from Amboseli National Park.

This AR video technology allows the reader to scan the images with their smart phone or tablet and play the video on their devices.

Elephant research scientist and activist against poaching, Jim Nyamu, said: “This book celebrates elephants through beautiful pictures, and showcases elephant safaris. It also highlights the harsh reality of elephant poaching through the documentary; an ideal way to get the conservation message across.”

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With hundreds of advertisers and over 1 million page views per month, we're the UK's No.1 website for jobs, courses and events in the environmental sector.

Our specialist sectors include Conservation & Wildlife, Ecology and Marine Conservation.

Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat

Philip Lymbery

Website: www.ciwf.org.uk/books/farmageddon-the-true-cost-of-cheap-meat

Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat
by Philip Lymbery

Farm animals have been disappearing from our fields as the production of food has become a global industry. We no longer know for certain what is entering the food chain and what we are eating - as the UK horsemeat scandal demonstrated. We are reaching a tipping point as the farming revolution threatens our countryside, health and the quality of our food wherever we live in the world.

  • Our health is under threat: half of all antibiotics used worldwide (rising to 80 per cent in US) are routinely given to industrially farmed animals, contributing to the emergence of deadly antibiotic-resistant superbugs
  • Wildlife is being systematically destroyed: bees are now trucked across the States (and even airfreighted from Australia) to pollinate the fruit trees in the vast orchards of California, where a chemical assault has decimated the wild insect population
  • Cereals that could feed billions of people are being given to animals: soya and grain that could nourish the world's poorest, are now grown increasingly as animal fodder

Farmageddon is a fascinating and terrifying investigative journey behind the closed doors of a runaway industry across the world - from the UK, Europe and the USA, to China, Argentina, Peru and Mexico. It is both a wake-up call to change our current food production and eating practices and an attempt to find a way to a better farming future.

The book is available at Amazon.co.uk & Amazon.com.

Farming, Food and Nature: Respecting Animals, People and the Environment

Farming, Food and Nature: Respecting Animals, People and the Environment
Edited by Joyce D’Silva & Carol McKenna

Joyce D’Silva is Ambassador Emeritus for Compassion in World Farming, the leading charity advancing the welfare of farm animals worldwide. She is co-editor of The Meat Crisis (second edition 2017).

Carol McKenna is Special Advisor to the Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming and organised the Extinction and Livestock Conference on which this book is based.

ISBN: 9781138541443 | Paperback | 280 pages

Website: www.routledge.com/9781138541443

The Extinction and Livestock Conference – the world’s first international event to explore the impact of livestock production on the future of life on Earth – took place on 5 and 6 October 2017 at the QEII Conference Centre in London.

Organised by Compassion in World Farming and WWF-UK, the #extinction17 event saw world-renowned speakers take to the stage to discuss how intensive livestock systems are at the heart of so many problems affecting health, food security, biodiversity, the environment and animal welfare.

The event was the beginning of what will become an international movement working to identify solutions to mend our broken food systems and to ensure that the current climate change targets and the Sustainable Development Goals are achieved in order to save the planet, and secure food for future generations. See www.extinctionconference.com for more information.

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Farming, Food and Nature: Respecting Animals, People and the Environment
Edited by Joyce D’Silva & Carol McKenna

Foreword by Jane Goodall, PhD, DBE

Livestock production and its use of finite resources is devastating biodiversity and pushing wildlife to the brink of extinction.This powerful book examines the massive global impact caused by intensive livestock production and then explores solutions, ranging from moving to agroecological farming to reducing consumption of animal products, including examples of best practice and innovation, both on land and within the investment and food industries.

Leading international contributors spell out the problems in terms of planetary limits, climate change, resources, the massive use of cereals and soy for animal feed, and the direct impact of industrial farming on the welfare of farmed animals. They call for an urgent move to a flourishing food system for the sake of animals, the planet and us. Some offer examples of global good practice in farming or the power of the investment community to drive change, and others highlight food business innovation and exciting developments in protein diversification. Providing a highly accessible overview of key issues, this book creates a timely resource for all concerned about the environmental, social and ethical issues facing food, farming and nature. It will be an invaluable resource and provide inspiration for students, professionals, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the general reader.

"A wide range of experts and policy makers explore innovative ideas and solutions for the future of the planet, with a focus on our health and food systems. I strongly recommend reading this book to anyone interested in a sustainable diet and a healthy environment, as well as animal welfare."
Hilal Elver, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

"The weight of evidence for changing the food system is now overwhelming, yet resistance to change is stubborn. We are all part of that. No one likes to think they aren’t in control of what they eat. How can we unlock this mismatch? This book is an important collection of arguments why we must and what needs to happen."
Tim Lang, Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London, UK

Wildlife-film.com Review:

"The October 2017 'Extinction and Livestock Conference' in London was a ground-breaking event attended by a broad spectrum of experts from many different sectors with varied interests in the impact of livestock farming. It was refreshing to see so many diverse people come together to try and find common ground in a attempt to come up with solutions to the many problems associated with intensive animal agriculture. This book collates those ideas and those of the many experts that were unable to attend this conference. It is an important book that could very well help bring about a fairer, more compassionate and planet-friendly food system, if taken notice of. The opening paragraph of the Introduction is: "There’s a sense of urgency in the air. The evidence for rapid climate change is growing; biodiversity and wildlife are obviously in trouble; the very soils on which we all depend for food are losing their vitality; water is becoming scarce and polluted; and, scandalously, poverty and hunger are still with us. Our planet itself is in turmoil." This urgency needs to be felt by all of us, not just those already in the know ... All decision-makers should read this book if they are ever going to get to grips with why a food-system so entrenched but so damaging needs to change. Lots of great ideas are put forward and the case for veganism is strong. Read this book, share the ideas and live in hope."
Jason Peters, Wildlife Film News Editor

The book is available at Amazon.co.uk & Amazon.com.

Fighting for Birds: 25 Years in Nature Conservation

Mark Avery

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Fighting for Birds: 25 Years in Nature Conservation
by Mark Avery with a Foreword by Chris Packham

Devoted to birds and wildlife since childhood, Mark's early scientific research at Oxford, Aberdeen and the RSPB provided a solid background for his management, ambassadorial, and political lobbying activities which were to follow and his larger than life, yet quietly humane personality has provided the final tools in his own, unique, nature conservationists toolbox.

In this book, Mark mixes a great many stories from his professional life at the RSPB with personal anecdotes and passionate arguments on past and present issues in bird and nature conservation. He shows us something of the many scientists whose work paves the way for conservation action, places domestic conservation into an international context, takes us behind the scenes to glimpse the politicians who have worked with him, or against him, along the way. Mark leaves us armed with practical tips and a guiding philosophy to take wildlife conservation though the troubled years that lie ahead.

A personal, philosophical and political history of 25 years of bird conservation, this book provides an instructive and amusing read for all those who would like a glimpse into the birds and wildlife conservation world what the issues are, what must be done, how it can be done, and the challenges, highs and lows involved.

"…if you have any real interest in the workings of saving species and their habitats then it’s a tremendously rewarding ‘must read’" Chris Packham

The book is available here.

Filmmakers for Conservation

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Filmmakers for Conservation

"Using The Power Of Film And Media To Conserve Our Natural World"

FFC - Already Making A Difference

The mission of Filmmakers for Conservation is to promote global conservation through the making, broadcasting and distribution of films, and to help conservation organisations and filmmakers worldwide produce a greater number of better-informed and more effective conservation films. It is often said that conservation films don't make a difference - Filmmakers for Conservation dispels that myth.

Visit the FFC website to read about Conservation Filmmaking:

Look at: How to get started, Code of Ethics & Sustainaility

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Films That Make A Difference
The online library of conservation films.

Project Co-ordinator: Jason Peters

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Films That Make a Difference is a collaboration between Wildlife-film.com, Wildeye, The Brock Initiative, the American Universitys' Center for Environmental Filmmaking & Filmmakers For Conservation.

2011 saw the database go live and evolve into a comprehensive library with four categories:

  1. FILMS THAT HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE - Films that have been documented or otherwise proven to have made a real and tangible difference to a conservation issue.
  2. FILMS THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE - Undocumented or unproven but made about an issue that has found a degree of success.
  3. FILMS THAT HAVE A CONSERVATION/ENVIRONMENTAL MESSAGE OR THEME - Good conservation films that will have raised awareness of an issue but no conclusive successes known.
  4. FILMMAKERS WHO HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE - This category includes filmmakers and organisations that have made a significant contribution to conservation film making over time: Collectively, their films have made a difference!

We are very keen to increase the number of films that are listed, so please get involved and send in your films and/or ideas!!

Fingers in the Sparkle Jar: A Memoir

Fingers in the Sparkle Jar: A Memoir

Chris Packham

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Fingers in the Sparkle Jar: A Memoir
By Chris Packham

A beautifully told, deeply personal growing-up memoir from the BBC presenter about life, death, love and nature.

Every minute was magical, every single thing it did was fascinating and everything it didn't do was equally wondrous, and to be sat there, with a Kestrel, a real live Kestrel, my own real live Kestrel on my wrist! I felt like I'd climbed through a hole in heaven's fence.

An introverted, unusual young boy, isolated by his obsessions and a loner at school, Chris Packham only felt happy in the fields and woods around his suburban home. But when he stole a young Kestrel from its nest, he was about to embark on a friendship that would teach him what it meant to love, and that would change him forever. In his rich, lyrical and emotionally exposing memoir, Chris brings to life his childhood in the 70s, from his bedroom bursting with fox skulls, birds' eggs and sweaty jam jars, to his feral adventures. But pervading his story is the search for freedom, meaning and acceptance in a world that didn’t understand him.

Beautifully wrought, this coming-of-age memoir will be unlike any you've ever read.

Fingers in the Sparkle Jar is like nothing else I know – a flickering vat of life itself. A brilliant and remarkable book.’ Robert MacFarlane

We think this book is essential reading for all interested in Chris, his career and the natural world but also anyone interested in the trials of life.

Published by Ebury Press, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk

How To Go Vegan: The why, the how, and everything you need to make going vegan easy

How To Go Vegan: The why, the how, and everything you need to make going vegan easy


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How To Go Vegan: The why, the how, and everything you need to make going vegan easy
From Veganuary

A short guide to going vegan - the why, the what and the how.

Going vegan is easy! Whether you're already a full-time vegan, considering making the switch or know someone who is, this book will give you all the tools you need to make the change towards a healthier, happier and more ethical lifestyle.

How to Go Vegan includes...
Why try vegan?
Animal welfare, the environment, health benefits and your personal adventure.
Vegan at home: Surprisingly vegan foods, reading labels, vegan ingredient essentials, easy replacements, how to be the only vegan in the family
Vegan out in the world: Eating out, eating at friends' houses, answering questions from loved ones, travelling vegan
Living the vegan lifestyle: Meal plans, tips and tricks, what to do if you're struggling, how to celebrate being a vegan

How to go vegan. It's easier than you think.

Published by Hodder & Stoughton, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk

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Ivory, Apes & Peacocks

Alan Root

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Ivory, Apes & Peacocks: Animals, adventure and discovery in the wild places of Africa
By Alan Root

"Alan, almost single-handedly in my opinion, made wildlife films grow up" David Attenborough

Alan Root is one of Africa's most bitten. In the course of his adventures he has been mauled by a leopard, a silverback gorilla and a hippo, and almost lost his life to a deadly puff adder, which claimed one of his fingers. Root's unmatched experience of East African wildlife and his appetite for risk have made him a world-class naturalist and film-maker. He's one of the great wildlife pioneers.

In Ivory, Apes & Peacocks, Alan tells the story of his life's work, from his arrival in Kenya as a young boy (furious at having to leave behind Britain's birds) to the making of his game-changing films. Instead of sticking to the Big Five animals, these looked up close at whole ecosystems - baobab trees, termite mounds, natural springs - and involved firsts such as tracking the wildebeest migration from a balloon, then flying it over Kilimanjaro, filming inside a hornbill's nest and diving with hippos and crocodiles.

Along the way we meet Sally the pet hippo and Emily the house-proud chimp, watch as Dian Fossey catches sight of her first mountain gorilla and have sundowners with George and Joy Adamson. And here, too, is Joan Root, Alan's wife and collaborator for over thirty years, who was brutally murdered in retaliation for her environmental campaigning.

In this extraordinary memoir we look at Africa's wonders through the eyes of a visionary, live through hair-raising adventure and personal sorrow, and also bear witness to a natural world now largely lost from view.

Published by Chatto and Windus, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk.

Life on TERRA

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Life on TERRA is the award-winning science and natural history podcast series that explores the natural connections that propel life on Earth.

Overseen by graduate students in the MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking Program at Montana State University, TERRA distributes independently produced science, nature, and environmental films.

We are proud to bring you these unique stories from around the globe that celebrate the wonders of the natural world

Nature TTL

Nature TTL
United Kingdom

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Nature TTL is a free resource for nature photographers looking to improve their technique and get closer to the perfect shot.

Our website is filled with tutorials, inspirational features and equipment reviews - all written by the best in the business.

A Practical Guide to Landscape Photography

PO BOX 15475, Kota Kinabalu
Sabah 88864

Phone: +60 88 727058/723077/721006
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Website: www.scubazoo.com/books

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Scubazoo's photographic images regularly appear in publications all over the world and we have published two successful coffee table books called, reef and Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai – Sabah’s underwater treasure.

reef has been translated into more than ten languages and sold over 150,000 copies worlwide.

Released in early December 2011, Scubazoo’s latest coffee table book: Maldives – The Underwater Kingdom captures the wonder of the Maldivian underwater world — a world that needs protecting, to ensure our aquatic treasures are preserved for future generations. The book is 268 pages long and includes a DVD insert which closely follows the book. All online orders will ship with a free Maldives 2012 wall calendar (take a look here).

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Sea Change Book

Sea Change Book

Cape Town
South Africa

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Sea Change Book: Primal Joy and the Art of Underwater Tracking
by Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck

There is a wild sea-forest growing beneath the wind and waves at the southern tip of Africa. Here, millions of creatures live in a borderless realm still ungoverned by man and it is strange and beautiful beyond the telling.

Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck grew up playing in these forests, and this early immersion in the ocean had a subtle and profound impact on the course of their lives. The book, edited by Philippa Ehrlich, documents their rediscovery of the forests of their childhood and showcases Craig’s photographic work over the past decade.

Craig has become a world expert in kelp forest ecology and developed the world’s first form of underwater tracking. Diving without wetsuits in the icy waters, both Ross and Craig discovered how immersion in the cold generated new reserves of energy for their minds and bodies, and how curious forest creatures became more receptive to them.

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Sea to Summit: One Man's Pleasure in Scotland's Wildlife

Derek B McGinn

United Kingdom

Website: www.derekmcginnsoundandphotography.com

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Sea to Summit
One Man's Pleasure in Scotland's Wildlife
By Derek B McGinn

This selection of images of creatures to be seen in Scotland, is the product of the author's enthusiasm for his native country's wild places and the things that live there. Compiled from images collected over a dozen years since his retirement from the world of education the text outlines his belief that in this digital age, through publication of their photographic work, many amateurs like himself can help introduce and inform people in Scotland, and visitors from abroad, about the natural world that lies in many cases not far from their doorsteps His particular interest in species such as mountain hare, ptarmigan and snow bunting give a clue as to his favourite places in Scotland and his photograpic images of these species have seldom been bettered. His love of the high ground is apparent too from the number of the plants illustrated which belong to the moorlands and hills. His fascination with the shorelands is well ilustrated in his images of shorebirds, from those to be found wading in sandy places to those that cling to the cliffs of Scotland's well known seabird colonies.

The accompanying audio CD does not duplicate the book's contents but provides a complementary description of Scottish habitats through twelve sound pictures or 'soundscapes' mixed from recordings made from the Atlantic to the North Sea. Particulary atmospheric are the tracks of corncrakes calling all around the stereo picture on the outer island of Barra or the "chorus" of Roe Deer barking in a Strathspey woodland.

Neither the book nor CD are exhaustive in their selection of images and sounds leaving many more species for the nature watcher, and listener to seek out inspired by this unique collection of images and sounds from the Scottish landscape. And for the visitor from far away here is an ideal, compact distillation of some of Scotland's beautiful wildlife to take home and through which to recall so much of what makes Scotland and its wildlife special.

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Shooting in the WIld

Chris Palmer

Email: palmer@american.edu

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Shooting in the Wild
An Insider’s Account of Making Movies in the Animal Kingdom
By Chris Palmer, with foreword by Jane Goodall

A veteran producer examines the thrilling yet controversial world of wildlife filmmaking—from celebrity follies to life-and-death perils.

Wildlife and nature films are a hugely popular entertainment genre: networks such as Animal Planet and Discovery are stars in the cable television universe, viewers flock to IMAX theaters to see jaw-dropping footage from the wild, and the venerable BBC still scores triumphs with series such as Planet Earth.

As cinematic technology brings ever-more-breathtaking images to the screen, and as our direct contact with nature diminishes, an ever-expanding audience craves the indirect experience of wild nature that these films provide.

But this success has a dark side, as Chris Palmer reveals in his authoritative and engrossing report on the wildlife film business. A veteran producer and film educator, Palmer looks past the headlines about TV host Steve Irwin’s death by stingray and filmmaker Timothy Treadwell falling prey to his beloved grizzlies, to uncover a more pervasive and troubling trend toward sensationalism, extreme risk-taking, and even abuse in wildlife films.

He tracks the roots of this trend to the early days of the genre, and he profiles a new breed of skilled, ethical filmmakers whose work enlightens as well as entertains, and who represents the future that Palmer envisions for the industry he loves.

Published by Sierra Club Books, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk.

Nature TTL

So You Want to Be a Wildlife Photographer?
A Beginner's Guide
Nature TTL
United Kingdom

Email: info@naturettl.com

Website: www.naturettl.com

Get to grips with your camera and learn how to start taking photos that you are proud of.

If you are relatively new to wildlife photography, then this 100+ page eBook is essential for you.

Understand your camera and learn techniques used by professionals to achieve beautiful shots.

You’ll be able to…

  • Learn all the basics and how to operate your camera.
  • Know how to find wildlife and set up a hide.
  • Finally decide which camera and lens you need to buy.
  • Learn expert techniques for photographing wildlife.
  • Break into the business and promote your photography.
  • And more…

So You Want to Be a Wildlife Photographer is written by Will Nicholls (founder of Nature TTL), and includes many of the most common questions they get asked by you.

Get expert advice from a professional wildlife photographer.

The End of Animal Farming

The End of Animal Farming: How Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Activists Are Building an Animal-Free Food System

by Jacy Reese

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The End of Animal Farming
How Scientists, Entrepreneurs, and Activists Are Building an Animal-Free Food System
by Jacy Reese

Many books and articles have documented the devastation animal agriculture causes to human health, the economy, the environment, and of course animal welfare. Public figures from Bill Nye to Richard Branson have said that the future of food is animal-free. But readers and listeners are left with one burning question: How do we actually get from here to there? In The End of Animal Farming (Beacon Press: November 6, 2018), Jacy Reese outlines an evidence-based roadmap to a humane, ethical, efficient food system where slaughterhouses are obsolete.

Reese tells the stories of activists using data to steer policy and behavior, scientists making clean meat — real meat made from animal cells without animal slaughter, entrepreneurs founding million-dollar food companies (even a billion in one case!), and thoughtful consumers driving demand to help build this animal-free food system. The End of Animal Farming calls upon readers to join these change-makers in one of the most important social movements of our time. In broader terms, Reese outlines methods for studying effective social change and the expansion of humanity's moral circle, paving the way for future effective altruists to tackle the world's most pressing social problems.

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Published by Beacon Press, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk.

The Secret Life of the Sparrowhawk

The Secret Life of the Sparrowhawk
by Dave Culley

Sparrowhawk Island
1 Hunts Lock Bungalow
Cheshire CW9 8AG
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1606 426 00

Email: sparrowhawkisland@hotmail.com


The Secret Life of the Sparrowhawk

"A film 10 years in the Making ... I was told it was virtually impossible to do!

The film covers the lives of sparrowhawks throughout the year from November to August when all adult and juvenile sparrowhawks disperse and covers why up to 19 species of songbird choose to nest right next to it. The closer the songbirds nest to the sparrowhawk the more successful they are in rearing there broods keeping the balance of nature just right." Dave Culley

** Running Time approximately 58 minutes **

Recommended by Chris Packham on his blog!

The DVD is available directly from the website: www.sparrowhawk-island.co.uk for only £15.00 (inclusive P+P)

The Secret Life of the Tawny Owl

The Secret Life of the Tawny Owl
by Dave Culley

Sparrowhawk Island
United Kingdom

Email: sparrowhawkisland@hotmail.com


The Secret Life of the Tawny Owl

"After spending 10 years filming the lives of Sparrowhawks ... a pair of Tawny Owls moved onto the island forcing the sparrowhawks out. This gave me an opportunity to film another of our great and very elusive British birds' lives.

Tawny Owls are often heard but very rarely seen, until now." Dave Culley

** Running Time approximately 61 minutes **

The DVD is available directly from the website: www.sparrowhawk-island.co.uk for only £15.00 (inclusive P+P)

The Highland Pony: A Celebration

The Highland Pony by Caroline Brett

Shake The Tree Productions
Keeper's Cottage
Rectory Road
Norfolk NR11 7ER

United Kingdom

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The Highland Pony: A Celebration
The perfect Present for all pony lovers.
By Caroline Brett, edited by Alan Miller

“This DVD is stunning in every sense. I felt quite emotional viewing it. The photography, music, transitions, scenery, and rain all combined to make it a real experience. It makes me feel very privileged to be part of the production.” Susie Robertson (Secretary of the Highland Pony Society)

The Highland Pony: A Celebration features the versatile, economical and much loved Highland pony. This stunning film showcases the pony in Scotland's breath-taking hill scenery and coastal landscapes as well as further afield. It traces past and present uses of Scotland's largest native pony breed, its fascinating history and past highs and lows. All aspects of the pony are well covered from showing to dressage, endurance to TREC, as well as breed standards, stallions, mares and foals.

The DVD was made by Caroline Brett, a wildlife documentary film producer/director and narrated by BBC presenter and cameraman Gordon Buchanan. It is a stunning production that reveals a wealth of information and will fascinate everyone interested in horses and ponies.

The DVD is available from The Highland Pony Society and Suffield Highland Ponies

The Native Pony Stallion

The Native Pony Stallion by Caroline Brett

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The Native Pony Stallion
By Caroline Brett

The Native Pony Stallion is a guide to handling and working with an entire pony. The book covers each stage from foal to maturity, and offers advice on how to care for a stallion and prepare him for various disciplines including showing and breeding.

It contains detailed veterinary guidance, information about stallions from the Native Pony Societies, useful tips and helpful insights on each British native pony breed gleaned from interviews with experienced pony people.

The book is published by Wildeye and is available from Amazon.co.uk

Norfolk Cranes'Story

John Buxton, Chris Durdin and Nick Upton

Website: www.norfolkcranes.co.uk

The Norfolk Cranes' Story
By John Buxton, Chris Durdin and Nick Upton

This book – published in July 2011 – tells the story of how cranes bred at Horsey in Norfolk, and how they were protected and studied there.

The cranes’ story starts with their arrival at Horsey in 1979. Their first nesting attempt was in 1981 and the first chick fledged in 1982.

From this slow start in the Broads, the re-colonisation of this iconic wetland bird is now taking small but steady steps forwards elsewhere in the UK.

Their guardian at Horsey was – and is – John Buxton. Much of what we know about cranes in the UK was contained in John’s memory and notebooks. The co-author is Chris Durdin from Honeyguide Wildlife Holidays and for many years on the RSPB's staff. With John providing the information and Chris doing the writing, this was how the book was completed.

In part three, Cranes in Europe, Nick Upton describes the challenges facing cranes in the rest of Europe, charting their recent rise in numbers that has contributed to their reappearance in the UK.

Check out the website and get the book here!
Hardback; 133 pages; 65 colour photos; six black & white photos; three colour illustrations, one of which is a map. £30.00

TYR Solutions
Langdale House
Canon Pyon
Herefordshire HR4 8NU
United Kingdom

Director: Steve Cook

Phone: +44 (0)20 3239 5257

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Email: steve.cook@tyr-solutions.com

Website: www.tyr-solutions.com

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TYR Solutions is a risk mitigation company.

We provide a number of solutions from training, equipment and consultancy. Our philosophy is that no two organisational entities are alike, and that many interrelated factors such as the nature of their business, profile of their employees and the geographical range of their assets, uniquely determine their level of exposure, hence customised solutions are required to meet their needs. Whilst TYR Solutions operates predominately in high risk hostile environments for a number of media organisations, we have also deployed consultants on documentaries for health and safety purposes, to build jungle base camps, provide remote medical facilities and individual tracking and secure communications.

TYR Solutions has identified the need for medical/security awareness consultancy, communications and tracking support for documentary and wildlife production companies. We have a number of consultants with remote location and FGASA Field guides. Our consultants can also operate as logistics and base camp managers. TYR can also offer pre trip planning.

TYR Solutions can enhance communications through the sale or rental of satellite phones, Bgans and personal and vehicle tracking devices and can either monitor the tracking platform for the client or we can set the client with their own platform.

Our Mission Statement:

To provide superior solutions through customer training, consultancy and support in order to exceed our customer‚s expectations through continuous improvement and interaction.

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The Vegan Cook & Gardener: Growing, Storing and Cooking Delicious Healthy Food all Year Round

The Vegan Cook & Gardener: Growing, Storing and Cooking Delicious Healthy Food all Year Round

by Piers Warren and Ella Bee Glendining

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The Vegan Cook & Gardener: Growing, Storing and Cooking Delicious Healthy Food all Year Round
by Piers Warren and Ella Bee Glendining

Grow your own fruit and vegetables, herbs, salads and sprouts, and then turn your produce into delicious, no-fuss vegan meals that are healthy for you and the planet. Father and daughter team, Piers Warren and Ella Bee Glendining, share successful growing techniques and seasonal recipes, plus years of experience of animal-free, healthy living. They show you how to:

Discover the fun and huge sense of satisfaction that comes from cooking something you have produced yourself. Grow and eat for a more ethical, healthy and sustainable world!

“The title of this lovely book really says it all: but what it cannot convey is the sheer joy of learning so much about the beautiful vegan cuisine available to us, and how easy it is to make sensational dishes which will delight everyone eager to eat well and healthily. At once scholarly and entertaining, it is gloriously illustrated and the recipes are easy-peasy to follow. It’s for everyone who wants the world to be a better place for animals, for plants and for us. Delicious in every way.” Joanna Lumley (actress and activist)

About the Authors

Piers Warren and Ella Bee Glendining are both experienced vegan cooks. Piers is a conservationist, author and keen grower of organic fruit and vegetables. He is the founder and Principal of Wildeye The International School of Wildlife Film-making and has written a dozen books, including the bestseller How to Store Your Garden Produce. He has a long interest in self-sufficiency and permaculture and is convinced that growing your own food and following a vegan lifestyle are important contributions to lowering your carbon footprint and living more lightly on the Earth. Ella Bee is a passionate advocate of animal rights, having been vegetarian since the age of five and making the transition to veganism several years ago. She's spent much time since experimenting with different ingredients and developing delicious new recipes.

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Visual Africa Films Ltd


Line Producer/Director/Camera/Fixer/Producer: Feisal Malik

Phone: +254 733722818 & +254 721431432

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Fixers based in Kenya.

We can also setup camps for your productions in some of the most remote areas in Kenya.

We also have our own production equipment to produce content.

We also offer photography services and have published a coffee table book.

We have published one of the first wildlife coffee table books with augmented reality, “Elephants Wear Ivory”


Founder/Author/MD: Piers Warren
Manager/Editor: Jason Peters

Email: books@wildeye.co.uk

Website: www.wildeye.co.uk/publishing

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Wildeye Publishing
Publishers of Factual and Fiction Books

Wildeye Publishing specialises in publications for wildlife film-makers worldwide.

We started with the guide Careers in Wildlife Film-making, which became essential reading for anyone wishing to get into the industry, and now have a growing list of useful books including Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers’ Resource Guide, Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future and Go Wild with your Camcorder: How to make Wildlife Films.

Published in 2015: Conservation Film-making: How to make films that make a difference

Also check out Black Shuck: The Devil's DogA terrifying new supernatural thriller by Piers Warren set in the village of Blakeney on the North Norfolk coast.

Wild Kingdom: Bringing Back Britain's Wildlife

Wild Kingdom: Bringing Back Britain's Wildlife
By Stephen Moss

Website: www.stephenmoss.tv

Wild Kingdom: Bringing Back Britain's Wildlife
by Stephen Moss

Can Britain make room for wildlife? Stephen Moss believes it can.

The newspaper headlines tell us that Britain’s wildlife is in trouble. It’s not just rare creatures that are vanishing, hares and hedgehogs, skylarks and water voles, even the humble house sparrow, are in freefall. But there is also good news. Otters have returned to the River Tyne; there are now beavers on the River Otter; and peregrines have taken up residence in the heart of London.

Stephen Moss travels the length and breadth of the UK, from the remote archipelago of St Kilda to our inner cities, to witness at first-hand how our wild creatures are faring and ask how we can bring back Britain’s wildlife.

Published by Vintage, available at Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk.

Shortlisted for THE WAINWRIGHT BOOK PRIZE 2017

Stephen is one of the UK’s leading nature writers, broadcasters and wildlife television producers.

Wild Screens
Hairy Frog Productions Ltd
Church View, Heydon
Norfolk NR11 6AD
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)7885 964790

Email: mike@hairy-frog.co.uk

Website: www.hairy-frog.co.uk

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Mike Linley has been producing and filming factual wildlife documentaries for over 30 years. Showing TV audiences all over the planet the wonders of the natural world has given him an immense amount of pleasure.

However, one thing that’s always concerned him is that the programmes he's made have only been viewable at home, on the TV, removed from the wild spaces of Britain.

But now new technology is changing this. Over the past year he has been working with interpretation specialists Ugly Studios to develop interactive touchscreen displays.

These screens enable his vast catalogue of digital video footage, photographs and wildlife facts to be viewed in situ, on a reserve, right there, where the wildlife can be seen. Not only is this fascinating for visitors, it is a useful tool for visitor centre staff to use; helping visitors identify the wild species they have seen and so learn more about them.

Download a PDF about WILD SCREENS here.

See a touch-screen in action: Touchscreen Promo



United Kingdom

Website: www.wildfilmhistory.org

WildFilmHistory is a unique multimedia guide to the history and heritage of wildlife filmmaking.

From ‘lost and forgotten’ material to the most astounding developments in wildlife filmmaking plus som ‘behind the scenes’ photographs and oral histories with industry pioneers, this is an invaluable free resource which applauds the determination, ingenuity and passion of individuals with an enthusiasm for the natural world.

Wild Pages

Wild Pages from Wildeye Publishing

Jason Peters & Piers Warren

Website: www.wildeye.co.uk/wild-pages

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Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide 2012–13
A Wildeye publication, edited by Jason Peters and Piers Waren

A complete tool-kit of information for all wildlife film-makers – established and newcomers. Listings of wildlife production companies, footage libraries, distributors, broadcasters, location managers/fixers, film festivals, organisations, publications and more, with contact details, weblinks and descriptions. Including answers to those all-important questions such as whether companies take people on work experience or consider co-productions, how to submit proposals etc.

Invaluable information at your fingertips to save hours of trawling through the Internet and sending many emails.

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Wild Pages

Wild Pages 2 from Wildeye Publishing

Jason Peters & Piers Warren

Website: www.wildeye.co.uk/wild-pages

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Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide 2014–15
A Wildeye publication, edited by Jason Peters and Piers Waren

Second edition of WIld Pages fully updated and expanded - 355 packed pages.

A complete tool-kit of information for all wildlife film-makers – established and newcomers. Listings of wildlife production companies, footage libraries, distributors, broadcasters, location managers/fixers, film festivals, organisations, publications, freelancers and more, with contact details, weblinks and descriptions Including answers to those all-important questions such as whether companies take people on work experience or consider co-productions, how to submit proposals etc.

Invaluable information at your fingertips to save hours of trawling through the Internet and sending many emails.

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Wild Pages 3

Wild Pages 3 from Wildeye Publishing

Jason Peters & Piers Warren

Website: www.wildeye.co.uk/wild-pages

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Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers' Resource Guide 3
A Wildeye publication, edited by Jason Peters and Piers Waren

Latest edition of WIld Pages fully updated with 274 packed pages.

A complete tool-kit of information for all wildlife film-makers – established and newcomers. Listings of wildlife production companies, footage libraries, distributors, broadcasters, location managers/fixers, film festivals, organisations, publications, freelancers and more, with contact details, weblinks and descriptions Including answers to those all-important questions such as whether companies take people on work experience or consider co-productions, how to submit proposals etc.

Invaluable information at your fingertips to save hours of trawling through the Internet and sending many emails.

Click here for further information/ordering

Paperback: you can order it as a paperback from many online bookstores all over the world (RRP £14.95). For example, it is available from The Book Depository with free delivery worlwide. Also Amazon.co.uk & Amazon.com for paperback and Kindle versions.

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‘Wild Pages: The Wildlife Film-makers Resource Guide’ as an eBook is in the form of a PDF file (5Mb) with active email and weblinks for all entries. You can order it by PayPal for immediate download using the button found here.


Wildscreen Arkive

Email: arkive@wildscreen.org.uk

Website: www.arkive.org

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Arkive is an initiative of the UK-based charity Wildscreen – which uses the power of wildlife films and photos to promote a greater understanding of the natural world and the need for its conservation.

Arkive (www.arkive.org) is the world’s leading online encyclopaedia about the natural world with over 16,000 in-depth species fact-files and more than 100,000 films and photos. It’s renowned for the depth of information provided and for its accuracy, with fact-files sourced from, or checked by, academic experts. To find out more about Wildscreen please visit www.wildscreen.org.


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Wildscreen Exchange

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)117 929 1222 

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Wildscreen Exchange empowers conservation organisations by connecting them with world-leading filmmakers and photographers to create ground-breaking communications about our natural world. Photographers and filmmakers donate images and footage free for use by not-for-profit organisations in their online and offline communication campaigns.

Working with the most influential content creators in the natural history genre and the conservation organisations with the greatest tales to tell, Wildscreen Exchange documents, crafts and shares exclusive, untold stories that the world needs to see, motivating meaningful change and hope for the future.

Wildlife Winners and Losers - Brock Initiative

Wildlife Film-making: Looking to the Future

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Aspen Valley Film production guide USA info@aspenvalleyfilm.com
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RealScreen CANADA bwalsh@brunico.com

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