It's Here! The New York WILD Film Festival!

It's Here! The New York WILD Film Festival!

Bring the kids, the family, everyone will fall in love with The New York WILD Film Festival. From honey hunters driven by an ancient spirit, to South African women facing down poachers, from Nepal to the Amazon to climbing an ice fall in China, to orangutans in Borneo and a young man's crazy ride in Scotland, experiene the New York WILD Film Festival. 

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How to Watch Snowy Owls in the Wild.

How to Watch Snowy Owls in the Wild.

Everything you need to know about snowy owls. How can you see or photograph a snowy owl safely and responsibly? What is an irruption year? We asked Scott Kruitbosch of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, New York to tell us all he knows about snowy owls and how to keep them safe. Scott also filled us in on snowy owl behavior, where to see them, and his work in snowy owl conservation at the RTPI. 

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The Best Part of an Ending is a New Beginning

The Best Part of an Ending is a New Beginning

The best part of an ending is the new beginning! But before we close the door we'll take one final look - after all, 2017 was the real beginning for Destination: Wildlife. What a great beginning it was! We explored where to see mountain gorillas in Uganda, Asiatic lions in India, bald eagles in Mayland, snowy owls in New York, wild wolves in Alaska and more. We visited Prince of Wales Island Alaska, the western Everglades and welcomed two new Team members. What's next? Take a look. 

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Once-In-A-Lifetime Wrong Turn Brings Opportunity & Catastrophe

Once-In-A-Lifetime Wrong Turn Brings Opportunity & Catastrophe

When a lone corncrake migrating from Europe to Africa gets blown across the Atlantic Ocean it is a rare opportunity for birdwatchers and wildlife photographers in Long Island, New York's Cedar Beach. The viewers were responsible, but an Ocean Parkway driver spelled catastrophe in the dark. Long Island's south shore is home to snowy egrets, clapper rails, gulls, and hawks like the merlin and many other species. 

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