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Airborne Rhinos | Success Of The Translocation | Short Films
Uploaded on 19 March, 2012
Close to 120 rhino have been moved to this date, an eight year project in the final stages. The WWF Black Rhino Expansion Project is what this is and they look to restore the population in South Africa. Project Leader Dr. Jacques Flamand explained how the process was difficult with long distances and a very heavy load to move airborne.
Animal Agencies, Wildlife Management Groups, and WWF plus many more pulled together in this conservation adventure. This is a new technique of translocation and a way that’s actually easier on the animal. Some locations are inaccessible and that’s the purpose of chopper method. See more inside this video of the flying rhino’s.
Length : 3:28
The remarkable story of the decade-long effort by the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) and its partners to improve human safety by re-connecting an historic mule deer migration that crosses over both US-93 and I-80 in rural Elko County, Nevada.
Length : 12:21
The lives of hunters and anglers are a continual process of learning and collecting experiences. This short film from Rockhouse Motion serves as an open letter of thanks to the wild things and places that make us who we are.
Length : 2:56
Student Of The Wild
The guys continue their quest to harvest mature bull elk in the Idaho desert.
Length : 38:43
Land Of The Free Episode 40
Watch the preview for the story of “Made For Mooney”. A selected film for Full Draw Film Tour 2020. Produced by Top Priority Hunting in association with Inkline Productions. Find this live event coming to a city near you. Fulldrawfilmtour.com/dates-tickets
Length : 1:00
Made For Mooney Trailer
The guys retrace their steps and check out a few swamps where they saw a couple of boars earlier in the week.
Length : 26:37
Cape York 3.0
Follow the crew as they track down and take on a few more wild boars feeding out in the swamps of their Cape York concession.
Length : 22:19
Cape York 2.0