Reflecting Nature: Creating the Wall of Birds
Reflecting Nature: Creating the Wall of Birds
Seeing Nature
Seeing Nature
Play BeastBox-DJ with Animal Sounds
Play BeastBox-DJ with Animal Sounds
Studying Anatomy: Clearing and staining
Studying Anatomy: Clearing and staining
Studying Anatomy: CT scanning
Studying Anatomy: CT scanning
Photographing the Chapman-Fuertes Colombian Expedition
Photographing the Chapman-Fuertes Colombian Expedition
Ornithology Course Promo
Ornithology Course Promo
Sound and the Birds-of-Paradise
Sound and the Birds-of-Paradise
Binocular Basics: What do the numbers mean?
Binocular Basics: What do the numbers mean?
From So Simple a Beginning: Celebrating the Evolution and Diversity of Birds
From So Simple a Beginning: Celebrating the Evolution and Diversity of Birds
Reflecting Nature: Creating the Wall of BirdsDP/Director/Editor Get a behind-the-scenes view of how artist Jane Kim brought to life this ambitious natural history mural produced for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.To view the mural up close, see this interactive web based version of the mural at https://academy.allaboutbirds.org/features/wallofbirds/
Seeing NatureDP/Director/Editor Scientists and artists both draw upon their experience and observations of the natural world in their work. While scientists seek to clarify the mysteries they encounter, artists like James Prosek seek to celebrate them. Prosek describes his work on the mural of silhouettes created for the visitor's center at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, NY.
Play BeastBox-DJ with Animal SoundsLive Action DPProduced with Bird Academy at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Filmed by Karen Rodriguez.
Studying Anatomy: Clearing and stainingDirector/Director of PhotographyProduced as a part of a series highlighting student researchers at the Cornell Museum of Vertebrates.Produced by Karen Rodriguez and Daniel ShiereAdditional photography by Dr. Casey DillmanMusic courtesy of Pond5 High-technology-full
Studying Anatomy: CT scanningStudent researcher Brianna Mims uses CT scanning techniques to advance understanding of avian anatomy at the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates.Produced and filmed by Karen Rodriguez and Daniel ShiereMusic courtesy of Pond5 Documentary-ambient-inspiration
Photographing the Chapman-Fuertes Colombian ExpeditionCornell University student Kylie Corwin photographs specimens collected in Colombia in the early 1900s by Frank M. Chapman and Louis Agassiz Fuertes.Produced by Karen Rodriguez and Daniel ShiereMusic courtesy of Pond5 Elements Cute-science-12
Ornithology Course PromoProduced with Bird Academy at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.Filmed and edited by Karen Rodriguez
Sound and the Birds-of-ParadiseInterview segment DPProduced by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology as a part of the Birds-of-Paradise Project.
Binocular Basics: What do the numbers mean?Co-DP/Director Choosing the right pair of binoculars can be challenging, but knowing what the numbers mean can help you make the best choice for you. In this video discover how magnification and lens diameter affect binocular performance. Be sure to try out different binoculars to find the best pair for you. Produced with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.DPs: Chris Foito and Karen Rodriguez
From So Simple a Beginning: Celebrating the Evolution and Diversity of BirdsDP/Director/EditorIndieGoGo Campaign Video. Produced with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Ink Dwell Studios.
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