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The Coastal Communities Network in Scotland
A short film about CCN (The Coastal Communities Network) and the work that we do to support community-led action in Scotland to safeguard and restore our coastal and marine environments. The footage for this film was filmed by Graham Richardson (gnrichardson.co.uk) at our CCN annual gathering in May 023. Visit our website to find out more: https://communitiesforseas.scot Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCNScotland Music by: Drone Pine by the Blue Dot Sessions (Free Music Archive) Västerut by Horna Spelmäm (Epidemic Sound) Kiss and Tell by Headlund (Epidemic Sound) Minor Moments by Dawn, Dawn, Dawn (Epidemic Sound)
What's It Like to Volunteer at Wildlife Rescue?
Want to know what it's like to volunteer at Wildlife Rescue? Wildlife Rescue has more than 180 active volunteers working in all aspects of the organization: animal care, helpline and admissions, administration, communications, and more! If you would like to volunteer with us please visit us online to apply at www.wildliferescue.ca/what-we-do/volunteering This video itself was made by a volunteer ~ thank you so much, Graham Richardson! See more of Graham's work at https://www.gnrichardson.co.uk/ Follow him on Twitter @gnr588 Follow Wildlife Rescue on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wildliferescuebc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildlifeRescue Twitter: @WRAofBC Visit us online at https://www.wildliferescue.ca
The SNEHA Story
Video by Graham Richardson For six years, SNEHA and Saphara have been working together to help the women and children in one very poor area of Dehradun. Dr Reeta Rao, the managing director of SNEHA, and Dr Christine Burnett, the founder and managing director of Saphara, discuss their partnership.
How to identify a Scottish wildcat
National Museums Scotland are a major partner in Scottish Wildcat Action, a national conservation project to help bring back our native Scottish wildcats from the brink of extinction. Hear how Dr Andrew Kitchener's research on hybridisation is helping the wildcat team to protect this endangered species. Can you tell the difference between a Scottish wildcat and an obvious hybrid? More tips on identifying wildcats at www.scottishwildcataction.org/about-wildcats With thanks to Peter Cairns for the footage and Graham Richardson for extra footage and editing. Music: Flattered by Blue Dot Sessions http://www.sessions.blue/
What Is Wildlife Rescue?
Wildlife Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to healing injured, orphaned, and pollution-damaged wildlife found throughout B.C. We believe: * Each wild animal deserves our respect. * We should provide care for wildlife in a socially responsible manner. * Animals should be kept safe and protected in their own, natural environments. * We need to provide our workforce with a safe, respectful and fulfilling environment. * We need to act in an ethical and transparent manner. Learn more at www.wildliferescue.ca. Follow us online! Instagram: @wildliferescuebc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildlifeRescue Twitter: @WRAofBC Video produced and edited by Graham Richardson. See more of Graham's work at https://www.gnrichardson.co.uk/ Follow him on Twitter @gnr588
I have worked with a number of charities to create educational videos about their work including Saphara, the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Wildlife Rescue Association of British Colombia
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