On Saturday October 19, two short films profiling Wild Nature Institute's work will be screened at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival at the New York Institute of Technology in New York City. The Masai Giraffe describes our demography research project and why demographic data are necessary to develop effective conservation measures for this declining icon of the African savanna. The Forgotten Migration tells of our campaign to preserve one of the last two remaining wildlife migration corridors to Tarangire National Park in northern Tanzania. These films were created and produced by Wildlens, Inc. and have been a wonderful resource for us to spread the message about conservation of hoofed mammals in Tanzania. Thank you, Wildlens!
The film festival will be attended by world-famous documentary filmmakers and wildlife photographers. Read more about the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival and check out the schedule by clicking here.
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