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Remix: Connecting Country’s short film just got shorter

Posted on 3 July, 2019 by Ivan

Connecting Country has been fortunate to receive a shorter remaster of the wonderful five minute ‘Safeguarding Woodland Birds‘ film made by Remember the Wild. This is one of ten films forming the Community Conservationists series made by the talented Remember the Wild team, and funded by the Wettenhall Environment Trust.

The second version of this film is under 60 seconds, making it perfect for promotion on the Connecting Country website and social media channels. The film is well worth watching, especially if you are new to Connecting Country and wondering what we are all about. Its focus is our work on woodland birds, but could easily have been on many aspects of our work, like our amazing nestbox program for brush-tailed phascogale and sugar gliders.

We are delighted to be a part of this series, and feel we’re in very good company with our fellow Community Conservationists.

To see our longer film and the other Community Conservationists: click here

Below is the brand new 60 second video for your enjoyment, what do you think?


2 responses to “Remix: Connecting Country’s short film just got shorter”

  1. Sue Boekel says:

    A succinct, clear message which is a reminder to us all and targets all landowners!

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