CFF educational documentaries become the sight and sounds of protecting nature, ecosystems, and biodiversity to improve human wellbeing. To achieve this, conservation in all its complexity needs to be deconstructed into clear, replicable digital messages. What is required is a clear voice for nature and engaged humans in support of nature. The research and conservation efforts of past generations are the foundation we continue to build on. Research peers and books are our valued resources, visions and hard work that now needs to be re-distributed in a new , digital format.
This is our daily inspiration.Presented by Ultimate Safaris Naturalist guide, Alpha Tjai-Tjai-Mau, the Covid Chronicles team spent weeks with Dr. Philip Stander from the Desert Lion Conservation Trust. One of the flagship species of Namibia within the Namib Desert are the desert adapted lion. In this episode you will learn about the history and the expansion of the range of these unique carnivores within their biome. Some of the key points covered is the importance of long term studies on a species which is the catalyst for implementing successful longterm conservation strategies.