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One of the rarest mammals in the world is facing it’s second extinction in the wild and there are less than 30 red wolves left in their natural habitat. Running Wild Media is working with a host of conservation organizations to protect this species.
Running Wild Media has years of experience documenting wildlife in their natural habitat for various conservation purposes, and this experience is advantages for documenting wildlife trade and trafficking across the globe to save wildlife from extinction.
Running Wild Media completed it’s first public expedition to Costa Rica to host an adventure filled workshop for beginner photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. The trip brought six participants to several incredible parks around the country to explore the country in a way that is only possible with us.
Working with local conservation organizations in Indonesian Borneo to save the largest hornbill bird in Southeast Asia, which is being taken out of the wild at an alarming rate by poachers looking to sell its beak in the black market.
Running Wild Media and Kodak PixPro 360 Cameras are working together to create an incredible new dive series called "Dive In" to showcase the incredible ocean ecosystem and to immerse viewers into an otherwordly viewing experience.
Running Wild Media traveled to Chrystal River in Western Florida to get up close and personal with the Florida Manatee. With the help of Kodak, the behavior of these manatees was captured in 360 degree video.
Running Wild Supported the Youth Ocean Conservation Summit by running several workshops for students to learn how film can save wildlife. Each attendee walked away with their very own storyboard to prepare them to start working on their own film.
The new film "Story of the Wild" is a reflection on the changing landscape of Africa in the modern world. This film was shot while on assignment with Nat Geo Wild in Africa.
The U.S. Virgin Islands have a host of wildlife that call these land blips home. Running Wild photographer Nick ran amok to find as much wildlife and amazing scenery as possible. Click to see the gallery.
The Dolphin Research Center Mozambique blends conservation with tourism in a respectful way that supports the dolphins of Ponta Do Ouro. Strict rules have been established by the center and is the only one of its kind allowed in the area.