Thursday, October 13, 2011
Reconnecting the Rio Grande Valley
This is a nice find that deals with the lower Rio Grande Valley and its natural environment. This piece of informative text accompanies the video:
This short film was created in five days by the winners of the 2011 NANPA college scholarship - a group of students from five countries and twelve states. The US Fish and Wildlife Service provided supplementary images of ocelots, and the US Geological Survey provided satellite imagery for the project. All other footage and photographs were taken by the students, during the North American Nature Photography Association's Annual Summit.
It's a good educational piece about the wildlife of South Texas. It goes over some information about the endangered ocelots, the enormous amount of butterflies that live here in the Valley (someone should seriously make an avant garde Valley butterfly documentary) and how unique of a place this is (a place that gets taken for granted). Also this features some neat images of the our South Texas wildlife and environment.
Thanks to the group of students that helped create this short film.
Written by Eduardo at 9:49 PM