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Endangered: Short Tales For The Nearly Forgotten

Endangered: Short Tales For The Nearly Forgotten

By www.endangeredtales.com
Putting a spotlight on lesser known endangered and critically endangered species, "Endangered" gives these amazing creatures a little love before it's too late.
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Fairy Possum
Read by Bojana Novakovic Feeorin runs away from home to live in the branches and discovers her love for dance can guide her back to herself and to the treetops. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded in Adelaide, Australia Take Action For more information on Zoos Victoria's Leadbeater possum conservation plan -- https://www.zoo.org.au/media/3048/leadbeaters-possum.pdf And if you’d like to donate -- zoo.org.au/donate
07:15
September 09, 2021
African White Backed Vulture
Read by Tuli Amakali Urehe uncovers his father’s legend and flies into the sun. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Composer: Charise Sowells Recorded in Windhoek, Namibia Take Action: For more information on International Vulture Awareness Day please visit www.vultureday.org.  If you’d prefer to donate to specifically help the African White-Backed Vulture, please check out the The Peregrine Fund at www.peregrinefund.org.
06:10
June 11, 2021
Black Footed Ferret
Read by Noah Watts In 1840, the most notorious thief on the North American Great Plains was actually a ferret by the name of Noddit. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded on the sacred ground of the Crow Tribe in Billings, Montana Take Action: If you’d like to make a donation please visit www.blackfootedferret.org.
06:27
June 04, 2021
Axolotl
Read by Ana Claudia Talancon Camixatol confronts her Aztec God parents and the rains start to fall. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded at Roundabout in Burbank, California Take Action: The Dallas World Aquarium is a leader in axolotl conservation. To learn more please visit www.dwazoo.com/animal/axolotl.
08:38
May 28, 2021
Saola
Read by Sydney Viengluang Yann learns that her unicorn magic cannot bring her father back. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded at Roundabout in Burbank, California Take Action: The Saola Working Group is the world's foremost organization working on Saola conservation. To learn more about Saolas and their habitat please visit their website www.savethesaola.org. The Saola Foundation for Annamite Mountains Conservation is a new, US-registered non-profit organization, and the only chartered organization in the world focused on Saola conservation. To learn more about their program and how you can support it please visit www.saolafoundation.org.
06:47
May 28, 2021
Humphead Wrasse
Read by Scott Turner Schofield Simone transitions to Simon in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded at Roundabout in Burbank, California Take Action: Seafood Watch -- www. seafoodwatch.org to learn more about sustainable seafood.
06:26
May 21, 2021
Golden Dart Frog
Read by Juan Pablo Espinosa Kek falls in love with a man in the rainforest and learns how the Universe actually works. Written by Graham Sibley Directed by Graham Sibley Sound Design by Teddy Salas Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded at Roundabout in Burbank, California Take Action: Rainforest Alliance Certified -- www.rainforest-alliance.org/find-certified
11:50
May 21, 2021
The Introduction: A Call To Action
Narrator: Nik Dodani Composer: Nikbo Written by Graham Sibley, Lisa Mills, David Brown, Kelly Garbach, Megan Strauss Created and Produced by Graham Sibley Produced and Mixed by Kyle O’Neal Recorded at Roundabout in Burbank, California In partnership with Mongabay, University of Montana and The Los Angeles Zoo. About Mongabay: Mongabay is an award-winning, nonprofit environmental science and conservation news organization that delivers news and inspiration from Nature's frontline via its network of some 800 journalists in 80 countries. Mongabay’s readership averages 9 million unique visitors each month, which positions the platform as one of the top sources of environmental news, analysis, information, and inspiration on the Internet. Mongabay also operates kids.mongabay.com, which provides free environmental education materials, activities, and other resources for children. About University of Montana: The University of Montana’s Wildlife Biology Program ranks #1 in North America with it’s nationally recognized education programs and research. Montana has become a center of conservation interest in the inter-mountain west with many private conservation organizations having found a focus in Montana. The environment provides an outstanding opportunity for the cultivation of ideas and potential funding sources for research. About The LA Zoo: To serve the community, the Los Angeles Zoo will create an environment for recreation and discovery; inspire an appreciation of wildlife through exhibitry and education; ensure the highest level of animal welfare; and support programs that preserve biodiversity and conserve natural habitat. The Los Angeles Zoo will leverage the diverse resources of Los Angeles to be an innovator for the global zoo community, creating dynamic experiences to connect people and animals. Thank you to the Screen Actors Guild.
03:07
May 20, 2021