This video says about itself:
July 12, 2013
Local conservationists from all around the world, working within the BirdLife International Partnership, sent in video messages that show their work and their values.
Local Conservation Groups, IBA Caretakers and conservation volunteers took the opportunity to send personal messages to the world in this video, which was premiered at the global gathering of conservationists at the BirdLife World Congress in Ottawa in June 2013.
From Fiji, Kenya, Canada, Kazakhstan, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, the Philippines, Lebanon, Iraq
and Uganda, they tell us what nature means to them, show us the work they are doing on the ground, and share their views on working as part of a global Partnership. And we get a glimpse of the characters that are acting for nature and people…
More details in community article here.
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