Posted by Bob Lefebvre
Photographer and filmmaker Rick Andrews has produced an exquisite wildlife documentary about a few of our native birds. Avian Summer season has unbelievable high-resolution video of birds that migrate into Southern Alberta every spring, the place they arrive to discover a mate and lift the subsequent era, earlier than migrating south once more within the fall. Watch the trailer under.
The complete movie is accessible to hire or buy on the Vimeo platform. The fee is $eight for a three-day rental, and $25 to purchase. You’ll be able to watch it in your telephone, pill, or pc. (I performed it on my telephone and streamed it to our TV, and it appeared unbelievable.) Proceeds from Avian Summer season will profit the Rising the Grassroots Endowment Fund in assist of nature-based interpretive programming on the Helen Schuler Nature Centre in Lethbridge.
I actually loved this thirty-seven minute movie. It focuses totally on waterfowl, raptors, herons, and cranes, and some songbirds. There are numerous nice sequences of birds elevating their younger.
Rick Andrews is a conservation wildlife photographer and filmmaker from Southern Alberta. He has many different wonderful movies out there at no cost on Vimeo, so remember to test them out. (It’s free to enroll on Vimeo.) Rick’s assortment of movies showcases resident wildlife in Southern Alberta, together with the full-length documentary Wildlife of the Oldman River Valley (2018), in addition to a number of documentary shorts together with Nice Horned Owls (2020), Nation Membership Marmots (2019), and Lethbridge Wild Turkeys (2018).
Right here is the poster from the movie’s on-line premier, which was on June 25. The query & reply session with Rick is accessible to view on the Helen Schuler Nature Center Facebook page here.
Take a look at these wonderful productions, and assist assist conservation in southern Alberta.
You’ll be able to comply with Rick Andrews on Facebook here.