In Search of The Scott's Oriole
Seviletta National Wildlife Refuge

Biology students from the University of Georgia, John Mark Simmons and Kansas State University, Miriam Reynaldo, spent the summer of 2019 researching the breeding patterns of the Scott's Oriole at the Sevietta National Wildlife Refuge. During their research, I spent close to 50 hours in the field with them documenting their research through video and photography. My hope was that visual communication can boost the importance of the conservation work they completed as well as educate students and professionals alike on the Scott's Oriole. Here is the short documentary that I produced and edited.

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