Watch an educational film by yourself or with your family!
Being holed up indoors for awhile means that there is plenty of time to catch up on some of the many amazing documentaries and short films. about our planet that can be found for free these days. These films get you closer than you ever could get on your own to some of the beautiful landscapes and amazing wildlife that can be found all over the world, and even in your own backyard. Pop a bag or two of popcorn, click on one or more of the links below, and treat yourself and your whole family to a 'night-in'!
Freshwaters Illustrated creates incredibly beautiful and immersive visual stories that introduce viewers to the beauty, wonder and value of freshwater ecosystems. These award-winning short films and feature documentaries will not only thrill you with the natural beauty of our waterways, they will also leave you with a deeper sense of understanding about our role in protecting our rivers, lakes and streams. Check out their portfolio at https://www.freshwatersillustrated.org/portfolio.
Animal Planet is probably already on your watch-list if you have animal-lovers in your household! This popular television channel features wildife films, animal-focused cartoons, and plenty of great series that take you behind the scenes as they follow the adventures of explorers, veterinarians, and zookeepers. See what's available at https://www.animalplanet.com/
If you are looking for a shorter video, take a look at our Virtual Plant ID Walk & Learn video! Filmed at Sarah Helmick State Park, Jody Einerson and Brad Withrow-Robinson from Oregon State University Extension Office show you how to identify several native woodland trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants commonly found in our region. View on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UrFA82MRgI
We are still building this list, so come back periodically to check for new choices! You can also send your suggestions by emailing Outreach@LuckiamuteLWC.org or by leaving a message at 503-837-0237. Thank you!
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