I traveled to Belize for a new Climate Listening Project feature video in collaboration with the National Audubon Society, Audubon North Carolina, Forsyth Audubon, Belize Audubon Society and the International Audubon Alliances Program. We visited Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, St. Herman’s Blue Hole, Caracol Maya Archaeological Site, Hopkins, Placencia, Belize City, and Caulker Caye. The reason for this journey was to follow the story of a migratory song bird, the Wood Thrush. We created a short video that was released online and a 25-minute feature documentary that is screening at events around the world.
Watch the online feature: http://www.facebook.com/audubonnc/videos/10153468334431345/
Photos by Andrea Desky, K23 Media and Dayna Reggero for the Climate Listening Project.
See more behind-the-scenes photos on Facebook @Climate Listening Project.
Watch the video and learn more about why we traveled to Belize: http://www.audubon.org/news/can-little-birds-big-screen-debut-help-tackle-climate-change